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Oxford man arrested over £8.7m cryptocurrency theft - BBC News
Oxford man arrested over £8.7m cryptocurrency theft  BBC News

A 36-year-old man from Oxford was detained after a Europe-wide investigation into the alleged theft.

Oxford grooming gang members handed life sentences - BBC News
Oxford grooming gang members handed life sentences  BBC News

A schoolgirl was groomed, plied with alcohol and raped by the three men in Oxford.

Airbus chief warns aerospace giant could quit UK amid Brexit 'disgrace' - Oxford Mail
Airbus chief warns aerospace giant could quit UK amid Brexit 'disgrace'  Oxford Mail

Tom Enders said businesses have repeatedly called for clarity 'but we still have no idea what is really going on'.

Travellers cost Oxfordshire taxpayers more than £100000 in one year - Oxford Mail
Travellers cost Oxfordshire taxpayers more than £100000 in one year  Oxford Mail

TRAVELLERS who set up camp at recreation grounds, playing fields and car parks across Oxfordshire last year cost the taxpayer more than £100000 in…

East Oxford pub The Magdalen Arms cements place in UK's top 50 - Oxford Mail
East Oxford pub The Magdalen Arms cements place in UK's top 50  Oxford Mail

AN EAST Oxford pub has cemented its place among the best in the country. The Magdalen Arms in Iffley Road will again feature in the UK's top 50 gastropubs ...

Octopus 'off menu' at Oxford University's Somerville College - BBC News
Octopus 'off menu' at Oxford University's Somerville College  BBC News

An Oxford college has said octopus is "no longer on the menu" after an undergraduate was surprised it was served at a freshers' dinner. Somerville College ...

Oxford armed stand-off accused Duncan Shearman pleads guilty - BBC News
Oxford armed stand-off accused Duncan Shearman pleads guilty  BBC News

Duncan Shearman exchanged shots with police during the 14-hour armed stand-off in Oxford.

Some are born great? No, with the right start in life we all have the same chance to succeed - The Telegraph
Some are born great? No, with the right start in life we all have the same chance to succeed  The Telegraph

Five-year-old Isaac Brook adores football, supports Tottenham Hotspur and loves playing with his brother. He has just started school in rural Oxfordshire and is ...

England has more distilleries than Scotland for first time - Oxford Mail
England has more distilleries than Scotland for first time  Oxford Mail

HMRC figures show the UK recorded a total of 361 distilleries last year, 166 in England and 160 in Scotland.

James Anderson inspires England on opening day in Barbados - Oxford Mail
James Anderson inspires England on opening day in Barbados  Oxford Mail

James Anderson proved himself indispensable once again as he lifted England with a four-wicket burst on the opening day of the first West Indies Test in ...

Man wins Oxfordshire best painter and decorator title - Oxford Mail
Man wins Oxfordshire best painter and decorator title  Oxford Mail

A MAN has been crowned Oxfordshire painter and decorator of the year.

Ice causes disruption across UK as further freezing temperatures forecast - Oxford Mail
Ice causes disruption across UK as further freezing temperatures forecast  Oxford Mail

Snow and ice have caused rail delays and school closures and forecasters have warned of even colder weather ahead overnight across the UK. The Met Office ...

Rural crashes contribute to Oxfordshire road casualties - Oxford Mail
Rural crashes contribute to Oxfordshire road casualties  Oxford Mail

CRASHES on rural A-roads are responsible for Oxfordshire's 'significantly high' rate of serious casualties compared to the rest of the country.

Oxfordshire search and rescue team upgrade with £11k SSEN grant - Bicester Advertiser
Oxfordshire search and rescue team upgrade with £11k SSEN grant  Bicester Advertiser

LIFE-SAVING volunteers who help the police find missing people in Oxfordshire have won thousands of pounds to upgrade their operation.

Police stations in Oxfordshire: full list of planned closures - Oxford Mail
Police stations in Oxfordshire: full list of planned closures  Oxford Mail

WITH Thames Valley Police looking to make £15million worth of cuts in the next five years, the future of dozens of police stations is in doubt.

Police in pursuit of on-the-run rhea in Oxfordshire - BBC News
Police in pursuit of on-the-run rhea in Oxfordshire  BBC News

Police likened it to British comedy Hot Fuzz where cop Simon Pegg was tasked with recovering a swan.

Brexit backer James Dyson ditches Britain for Singapore with HQ move - Oxford Mail
Brexit backer James Dyson ditches Britain for Singapore with HQ move  Oxford Mail

The headquarter switch from Malmesbury, Wiltshire, is likely to prove controversial.

Snow in Oxfordshire as temperatures plunge - traffic latest - Oxford Mail
Snow in Oxfordshire as temperatures plunge - traffic latest  Oxford Mail

SNOW has been falling in Oxford this afternoon following a night of freezing temperatures across the county.

Didcot Town Council lodges objection against plan for GP surgery - Oxford Mail
Didcot Town Council lodges objection against plan for GP surgery  Oxford Mail

A 'SORELY-NEEDED' new doctors' surgery could be scuppered after councillors dismissed the plans as 'unneighbourly.'

Everyone can now sign up for Race for Life to help the fight against cancer - Oxford Mail
Everyone can now sign up for Race for Life to help the fight against cancer  Oxford Mail

FOR the first time, men, women and children can take part in Cancer Research UK's Race for Life.

Oxford University suspends Huawei donations and sponsorships - BBC News
Oxford University suspends Huawei donations and sponsorships  BBC News

The University of Oxford has suspended new donations and sponsorships from Chinese telecoms giant Huawei. The firm is facing accusations from the US and ...

Mini happy returns! British Motor Museum marks car's 60th - Oxford Mail
Mini happy returns! British Motor Museum marks car's 60th  Oxford Mail

THE British Motor Museum has announced a programme of events to mark the 60th anniversary of the Oxford-built Mini.

The Alfred Jewel – Oxfordshire, England - Atlas Obscura
The Alfred Jewel – Oxfordshire, England  Atlas Obscura

Discover The Alfred Jewel in Oxfordshire, England: One of Oxford's greatest treasures likely belonged to the legendary King Alfred the Great.

Protest over Oxford Union Marechal-Le Pen talk - BBC News
Protest over Oxford Union Marechal-Le Pen talk  BBC News

An Oxford Union talk by French far-right activist Marion Marechal-Le Pen sparked a protest. The former MP for the French National Front (FN) is the niece of party ...

SCALES OF JUSTICE: The latest results from Oxford and Banbury Magistrates' Courts - The Oxford Times
SCALES OF JUSTICE: The latest results from Oxford and Banbury Magistrates' Courts  The Oxford Times

BANBURY MAGISTRATES'. RICHARD BUNCE, 45, of Home Close, Carterton, admitted driving above the legal alcohol limit on December 9 at Witney.

FOOTBALL: Oxfordshire Senior League and Oxford City FA round-ups - Oxford Mail
FOOTBALL: Oxfordshire Senior League and Oxford City FA round-ups  Oxford Mail

JACK Morton's four-timer helped Freeland beat hosts Eynsham Association 9-1 and reach the semi-finals of the Oxfordshire Senior League's Ben…

Bank will shut two Oxfordshire branches - but others have been saved - The Oxford Times
Bank will shut two Oxfordshire branches - but others have been saved  The Oxford Times

A BANK is scaling back its presence on the high street by bringing the shutters down in two Oxfordshire towns.

Checkatrade Trophy: Oxford United players to refund fans after 'diabolical' Bury loss - BBC Sport
Checkatrade Trophy: Oxford United players to refund fans after 'diabolical' Bury loss  BBC Sport

Oxford United manager Karl Robinson says his players will pay for fans' tickets after his side's 'diabolical' display in their 5-2 Checkatrade Trophy quarter-final ...

Marion Marechal-Le Pen: Oxford Union criticised for invitation - BBC News
Marion Marechal-Le Pen: Oxford Union criticised for invitation  BBC News

The Oxford Union is criticised for inviting far-right French nationalist Marion Marechal-Le Pen to speak.

Lauryn Hill to play Blenheim Palace for Nocturne Live - Oxford Mail
Lauryn Hill to play Blenheim Palace for Nocturne Live  Oxford Mail

SINGER and rapper Lauryn Hill will play live at Blenheim Palace this summer, joining Kylie Minogue on the bill for Nocturne Live.

Ice warning as overnight temperatures plunge - Oxford Mail
Ice warning as overnight temperatures plunge  Oxford Mail

A low of minus 8.5C (16.7F) was recorded at Altnaharra in Sutherland.

The Vaccines bring rock and Combat Sports to Oxford - Oxford Mail
The Vaccines bring rock and Combat Sports to Oxford  Oxford Mail

AS guitarist in indie-rock band The Vaccines, Freddie Cowan is well placed to know what does, and doesn't rock. And their latest album, he insist,…

Courtyard by Marriott expands its UK portfolio with Oxford opening - Hotel Designs
Courtyard by Marriott expands its UK portfolio with Oxford opening  Hotel Designs

The first hotel to opening following the aim to expand portfolio in the UK to seven hotels will be Courtyard by Marriott Oxford...

Man kicked in the groin and floored in fight behind court - Oxford Mail
Man kicked in the groin and floored in fight behind court  Oxford Mail

A MAN was kicked in the groin and left unconscious after a lunch-time brawl at the back of Oxford's crown court building.

Virtual and augmented reality to be used for seafarer training - Oxford Mail
Virtual and augmented reality to be used for seafarer training  Oxford Mail

A new Government maritime strategy also proposes legislation paving the way for autonomous vehicle tests in UK waters.

Europa School Culham writes to pupils over Brexit - Oxford Mail
Europa School Culham writes to pupils over Brexit  Oxford Mail

AN ENTIRE year group could be made to leave their school as Brexit forces it to abandon its core qualification.

Living on the edge (of the UK) – The Oxford Student - Oxford Student
Living on the edge (of the UK) – The Oxford Student  Oxford Student

Cornwall: the land of sun, sea and Cornish pasties! That's what it is for four months of the year, at least. Between June and September, Cornwall puts on its best ...

Woman is victim of attempted rape near Corn Street, Witney - Oxford Mail
Woman is victim of attempted rape near Corn Street, Witney  Oxford Mail

A WOMAN was taken to hospital after being subjected to an attempted rape in Witney town centre.

Defeated Oxford MP given peerage and ministerial post - BBC News
Defeated Oxford MP given peerage and ministerial post  BBC News

Nicola Blackwood lost her seat in 2017 and has now been given a role at the Department for Health.

UK Foreign Office slams Malaysian PM's 'fundamentally wrong' Paralympics decision - Jewish Chronicle
UK Foreign Office slams Malaysian PM's 'fundamentally wrong' Paralympics decision  Jewish Chronicle

The Malaysian Government's ban on Israeli athletes competing in a key Paralympics qualifier in their country is “fundamentally wrong”, Britain's Foreign Office ...

Philip Pullman highlighting power of creativity at Pegasus Theatre - The Oxford Times
Philip Pullman highlighting power of creativity at Pegasus Theatre  The Oxford Times

FANTASY author Philip Pullman is to take part in a discussion on creativity at a theatre in East Oxford.

Weather warning in place for ice across Oxfordshire - Oxford Mail
Weather warning in place for ice across Oxfordshire  Oxford Mail

A WARNING has been issued for ice as temperatures take a tumble tonight.

One state school has got 41 students into Oxford and Cambridge - CNN
One state school has got 41 students into Oxford and Cambridge  CNN

Elite UK universities Oxford and Cambridge are renowned for stringent admissions policies and student populations weighted in favor of private schools, but one ...

Experts call for action on new superbug threat - Oxford Mail
Experts call for action on new superbug threat  Oxford Mail

Researchers found a lack of awareness among healthcare staff about the threat of carbapenemase producing enterobacteriaceae (CPE).

Roof of house catches fire in Abbott Road, Abingdon - Oxford Mail
Roof of house catches fire in Abbott Road, Abingdon  Oxford Mail

FIREFIGHTERS acted quickly 'in difficult conditions' to control a fire that had caught hold in the roof of a house.

Wallingford Lidl to open on January 31 - Oxford Mail
Wallingford Lidl to open on January 31  Oxford Mail

SOUTH Oxfordshire will see a new Lidl open by the end of the month, the budget German chain have announced.

Oxford University’s chancellor warns of national security risks when academics collaborate with China - The Telegraph
Oxford University’s chancellor warns of national security risks when academics collaborate with China  The Telegraph

Oxford University's chancellor has warned of national security risks when academics collaborate with China. Lord Patten, who was the last British governor of ...

Oxford scholarships should be for the poorest, not just the brightest | Scarlett Mansfield - The Guardian
Oxford scholarships should be for the poorest, not just the brightest | Scarlett Mansfield  The Guardian

Last month, the University of Oxford confirmed its plans to establish a new postgraduate college, focused on maths, physics and life sciences. The university's ...

New hand car wash and valet service to come to Didcot - Oxford Mail
New hand car wash and valet service to come to Didcot  Oxford Mail

DIDCOT is to get a new hand car wash and valet *service* this year.

Realise relegation risks, skipper John Mousinho warns Oxford United squad - Oxford Mail
Realise relegation risks, skipper John Mousinho warns Oxford United squad  Oxford Mail

OXFORD United's players have to wake up to the stark consequences which would follow if they are relegated this season, urged John Mousinho.

Queen's will not pursue new opportunities with Huawei - BBC News
Queen's will not pursue new opportunities with Huawei  BBC News

The Chinese telecoms giant is facing accusations its equipment could be used for spying, claims it has denied.

Caution urged as freezing conditions grip UK - Oxford Mail
Caution urged as freezing conditions grip UK  Oxford Mail

The Met Office has issued an ice warning for most of England and all of Wales and Northern Ireland that also reaches up into southern Scotland.

David Beckham's portfolio of interests - Oxford Mail
David Beckham's portfolio of interests  Oxford Mail

David Beckham, the former England captain and Manchester United midfielder, has bought a stake in National League club Salford City. It is the latest venture ...

Oxford ends women-only fellowship after university rules that it breaches equality law - The Telegraph
Oxford ends women-only fellowship after university rules that it breaches equality law  The Telegraph

Oxford has ended its women-only fellowship after the university's administrators said it breached equality law. The Joanna Randall-MacIver junior research ...

Oxford United boss Karl Robinson set for Dutch scouting trip - The Oxford Times
Oxford United boss Karl Robinson set for Dutch scouting trip  The Oxford Times

KARL Robinson is planning to watch a player in the Netherlands tomorrow as Oxford United step up their attempts to bring in firepower before next…

Scots urged to safeguard Gaelic for future generations - Oxford Mail
Scots urged to safeguard Gaelic for future generations  Oxford Mail

Kate Forbes, the SNP MSP for Skye, Lochaber and Badenoch, will deliver the John Macleod memorial address in Gaelic at the University of Edinburgh.

Irish citizens in NI 'could become second-class citizens' after Brexit - Oxford Mail
Irish citizens in NI 'could become second-class citizens' after Brexit  Oxford Mail

People may end up being 'forced' to chose an identity, an Irish parliamentary committee has heard.

Cyclist, 23, dies in crash with lorry on A40 in Witney - BBC News
Cyclist, 23, dies in crash with lorry on A40 in Witney  BBC News

Police have appealed for dashcam footage after the early-morning crash on the A40 near Witney.

Oxford Farming Conference 2019 address by the Environment Secretary - GOV.UK
Oxford Farming Conference 2019 address by the Environment Secretary  GOV.UK

Michael Gove: British farmers can take advantage of the opportunities provided by Brexit and continue to export great British produce.

England rugby chef denies groping woman in Oxford hotel - BBC News
England rugby chef denies groping woman in Oxford hotel  BBC News

A former chef for the England rugby team denies groping a woman at a hotel in Oxford.

Ex-England rugby chef cleared of Oxford sex assault - BBC News
Ex-England rugby chef cleared of Oxford sex assault  BBC News

Patrick McDonald said the complainant had hugged him, winked and make a lewd gesture at him.

Head of Carbon Trading Sales – Oxford, UK - Carbon Pulse
Head of Carbon Trading Sales – Oxford, UK  Carbon Pulse

Head of Sales (Carbon Trading) – Oxford – £50-70k (NEG) plus commission and package. My client is a is a very successful innovative start-up company ...

Oxford grooming gang who raped girl, 14, as she lay comatose are jailed for life - Metro.co.uk
Oxford grooming gang who raped girl, 14, as she lay comatose are jailed for life  Metro.co.uk

Three men who carried out a campaign of sex abuse against a girl with no friends have been jailed for life. The trio befriended the girl, 14, grooming her by...

Barton Royal British Legion club in Oxford to be demolished - Oxford Mail
Barton Royal British Legion club in Oxford to be demolished  Oxford Mail

A ONCE-thriving city social club with members spilling out of its doors could be demolished after sitting derelict and unused for years.

Oxford Street terror plotter tells court MI5 tried to recruit him - The Guardian
Oxford Street terror plotter tells court MI5 tried to recruit him  The Guardian

Lewis Ludlow also had 16 meetings with the Prevent deradicalisation scheme, Old Bailey hears.

Oxford Union criticised for inviting antisemitic Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad to speak - Jewish Chronicle
Oxford Union criticised for inviting antisemitic Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad to speak  Jewish Chronicle

The Oxford Union has been criticised for inviting the Prime Minister of Malaysia to speak to its members, with the university's Jewish society calling him “an open ...

Gavin Whyte: Police look into Oxford United & Northern Ireland forward lewd act video - BBC Sport
Gavin Whyte: Police look into Oxford United & Northern Ireland forward lewd act video  BBC Sport

The Police *Service* of Northern Ireland are "conducting enquiries" after international forward Gavin Whyte was filmed performing a lewd act in public. Whyte will ...

Brentford 1-0 Oxford United in FA Cup third round - BBC Sport
Brentford 1-0 Oxford United in FA Cup third round  BBC Sport

Brentford battle past League One Oxford United as Neal Maupay's late penalty takes them into the FA Cup fourth round.

Oxford Street terror plotter Lewis Ludlow 'took orders from IS' - BBC News
Oxford Street terror plotter Lewis Ludlow 'took orders from IS'  BBC News

Lewis Ludlow said he was urged to carry out an attack in Britain after his passport was cancelled.

Future of Fopp in Oxford uncertain as HMV goes into administration - Oxford Mail
Future of Fopp in Oxford uncertain as HMV goes into administration  Oxford Mail

The future of Oxford's Fopp record store in Oxford looks uncertain after HMV went into administration for the second time in six years.

Why the King's Troop take over Oxford Street in central London - BBC News
Why the King's Troop take over Oxford Street in central London  BBC News

Watch 70 horses bring one of Britain's busiest shopping streets to a standstill.

I got an offer to Oxford in spite of my background, not because of it - Metro.co.uk
I got an offer to Oxford in spite of my background, not because of it  Metro.co.uk

My name is Dorcas and I have been in care since I was 14. Along with 40 other students at my school, Brampton Manor Academy, I recently received an offer to ...

New Year Honours 2019: Philip Pullman receives knighthood - BBC News
New Year Honours 2019: Philip Pullman receives knighthood  BBC News

The Oxford-based writer of the His Dark Materials trilogy is recognised in the New Year Honours.

Glenavon's Mark Sykes agrees move to Oxford United - Belfast Telegraph
Glenavon's Mark Sykes agrees move to Oxford United  Belfast Telegraph

Glenavon star Mark Sykes has agreed terms with Oxford United.

Charlbury Road, Oxford, makes Lloyds expensive street list - Oxford Mail
Charlbury Road, Oxford, makes Lloyds expensive street list  Oxford Mail

A STREET in North Oxford has once again ranked among the priciest property spots in the country.

Football gossip: Mitrovic, Mourinho, Pereira, Moreno, Oxford - BBC Sport
Football gossip: Mitrovic, Mourinho, Pereira, Moreno, Oxford  BBC Sport

Fulham turn down bid for Mitrovic, Benfica want Mourinho, Reading leading chase for Pereira, plus more.

Mark Sykes: Oxford sign midfielder from Glenavon - BBC Sport
Mark Sykes: Oxford sign midfielder from Glenavon  BBC Sport

Oxford United sign midfielder Mark Sykes from Glenavon for an undisclosed fee and bring in Wolves winger Jordan Graham on loan.

Oxford United sign Algeria midfielder Ahmed Kashi on loan - BBC Sport
Oxford United sign Algeria midfielder Ahmed Kashi on loan  BBC Sport

Oxford United have signed Algeria international Ahmed Kashi on loan from Troyes until the end of the season. The 30-year-old midfielder previously played ...

Farmers warned of Brexit no-deal 'turbulence' - BBC News
Farmers warned of Brexit no-deal 'turbulence'  BBC News

Farmers and food producers face "considerable turbulence" if the UK leaves the EU with no deal, Environment Secretary Michael Gove has said. He told the ...

UK’s booziest towns and cities revealed with York, Canterbury and Oxford among those blighted by alcohol – fin - The Sun
UK’s booziest towns and cities revealed with York, Canterbury and Oxford among those blighted by alcohol – fin  The Sun

BRITAIN'S boozing hotspots have been revealed - with well-heeled cathedral cities making the list of areas blighted by problem drinking. Canterbury and York ...

Jordan Graham: Oxford United agree to sign Wolves winger on loan in January - BBC Sport
Jordan Graham: Oxford United agree to sign Wolves winger on loan in January  BBC Sport

Wolves winger Jordan Graham will join Oxford United on loan in January until the end of the season.

Charlie Raglan: Cheltenham Town sign Oxford United defender on loan - BBC Sport
Charlie Raglan: Cheltenham Town sign Oxford United defender on loan  BBC Sport

Cheltenham sign Oxford United defender Charlie Raglan on loan until the end of the season.

HMV: The rise and fall of a music icon - BBC News
HMV: The rise and fall of a music icon  BBC News

It was on 20 July 1921 that British composer Sir Edward Elgar opened the doors of a new shop at 363 Oxford Street, named "His Master's Voice". But the history ...

Judge Dredd publisher Rebellion to open Oxfordshire film studio - BBC News
Judge Dredd publisher Rebellion to open Oxfordshire film studio  BBC News

A disused newspaper factory in Didcot, Oxfordshire, has been purchased by media company Rebellion.

Oxford grooming gang members guilty of abuse - BBC News
Oxford grooming gang members guilty of abuse  BBC News

Three men have been found guilty of grooming and abusing an Oxford schoolgirl between 2002 and 2005. Anjum Dogar, 36, Mohammed Karrar, 44, and his ...

Oxford ranked 'best place to live and work' in all of UK - Oxford Mail
Oxford ranked 'best place to live and work' in all of UK  Oxford Mail

OXFORD has been named the 'best place to live and work' in the UK for the second year running.

Oxfordshire's Big Picture - BBC News
Oxfordshire's Big Picture  BBC News

If you have a great image of Oxfordshire send it to us at oxfordshire@bbc.co.uk.

Oxfordshire hedgehog sightings second highest in UK - Oxford Mail
Oxfordshire hedgehog sightings second highest in UK  Oxford Mail

HEDGEHOG sightings in Oxfordshire are the second highest in the UK, with more than 800 spotted by residents across the county.

Oxfordshire school introduces £50 cap for teacher presents - BBC News
Oxfordshire school introduces £50 cap for teacher presents  BBC News

The private school in Oxfordshire says extravagant gifts are putting staff "in an awkward position".

Oxford hospital to pay for EU staff to stay in UK - BBC News
Oxford hospital to pay for EU staff to stay in UK  BBC News

The 1500 staff from EU countries are told by bosses "we want you to stay with us".

Five things from Oxfordshire - BBC News
Five things from Oxfordshire  BBC News

A collection of stories and videos from Oxfordshire this week.

Oxford University to pay EU staff settlement scheme costs - BBC News
Oxford University to pay EU staff settlement scheme costs  BBC News

Oxford University has said it will pay for all its staff from EU countries, and their families, to apply to stay in the UK permanently post-Brexit. In a press statement, ...

Parcel lorry overturns on A34 in Oxfordshire - BBC News
Parcel lorry overturns on A34 in Oxfordshire  BBC News

The HGV was loaded with packages which had to be removed before it could be recovered after the crash.

 
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