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Green councillor for Oxfordshire denies her party is 'scary' - Oxford Mail
Green councillor for Oxfordshire denies her party is 'scary'  Oxford Mail

By Sam Casey-Rerhaye, Green Party member of South Oxfordshire District Council.

Spanish child killer hired as teaching assistant by Oxford primary school unaware of her past - The Telegraph
Spanish child killer hired as teaching assistant by Oxford primary school unaware of her past  The Telegraph

A Spanish woman who murdered a child went on to work at a British primary school it has been revealed after a whistleblower raised the alarm to authorities.

Oxford University accepts £150m from US private equity boss - BBC News
Oxford University accepts £150m from US private equity boss  BBC News

Stephen Schwarzman, a confidant of President Trump, makes the largest ever donation to a UK university.

Oxfordshire could trial restricted school traffic to cut pollution - Oxford Mail
Oxfordshire could trial restricted school traffic to cut pollution  Oxford Mail

SCHOOLS in Oxfordshire could trial a traffic ban to cut pollution and congestion during pick-up and drop-off times.

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.

YOUR PICTURES: Flying Scotsman back in Oxfordshire - Oxford Mail
YOUR PICTURES: Flying Scotsman back in Oxfordshire  Oxford Mail

OXFORDSHIRE got a glimpse of the world famous Flying Scotsman earlier as it twice passed through the county on a return trip to Worcester.

Witney Music Festival 2019 'best ever' with record-breaking crowd - Oxford Mail
Witney Music Festival 2019 'best ever' with record-breaking crowd  Oxford Mail

THE biggest music event in the Witney calendar returned for a 'record-breaking' festival.

New Teardrop beer shop at Oxford Covered Market - Oxford Mail
New Teardrop beer shop at Oxford Covered Market  Oxford Mail

A MICROPUB at the Covered Market has proved so popular its owners have opened a food emporium next door.

Cowley murder inquiry launched after woman's body found - BBC News
Cowley murder inquiry launched after woman's body found  BBC News

A woman's body is discovered and a man is taken to hospital with serious injuries in Oxford.

No review on Oxford's Churchill Hospital scanner privatisation plan - BBC News
No review on Oxford's Churchill Hospital scanner privatisation plan  BBC News

A controversial decision to privatise cancer screening will not be reviewed by the health secretary. NHS England named private firm InHealth as its preferred ...

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

A collection of stories and videos from Oxfordshire this week.

Firefighters forced to find second jobs after years without a proper pay rise - Oxford Mail
Firefighters forced to find second jobs after years without a proper pay rise  Oxford Mail

FIREFIGHTERS are having to take on second jobs or consider moving away from Oxfordshire after almost a decade without a proper pay rise.

Riders forced out of OVO cycling race after crash near Didcot - Oxford Mail
Riders forced out of OVO cycling race after crash near Didcot  Oxford Mail

SIX riders have been forced out the OVO Energy Women's Tour after a crash reportedly caused by a 'pothole'.

Oxford Waitrose Unpacked campaign: Shoppers give verdict - BBC News
Oxford Waitrose Unpacked campaign: Shoppers give verdict  BBC News

How are Waitrose's customers taking to filling their own containers and bottles in Oxford?

The 9 new schools set to open in Oxfordshire by 2023 - Oxford Mail
The 9 new schools set to open in Oxfordshire by 2023  Oxford Mail

NINE new schools are set to open in this county in the next four years, a meeting will hear today.

US businessman's Chipping Norton classic car museum approved - BBC News
US businessman's Chipping Norton classic car museum approved  BBC News

A £150m classic car museum in west Oxfordshire has been given the go-ahead by councillors. US businessman and vintage car collector Peter Mullin is behind ...

Oxford EV Show to showcase the world's fastest electric production supercar - Oxford City Council News
Oxford EV Show to showcase the world's fastest electric production supercar  Oxford City Council News

Come and see the world's fastest production electric car – the NIO EP9 -, and a range of other electric cars, vans, and eBikes at the Oxford EV Show. The free ...

Oxford University students stage 'Brexit' referendum over gender-neutral toilets - Metro.co.uk
Oxford University students stage 'Brexit' referendum over gender-neutral toilets  Metro.co.uk

Oxford University students are stuck in a Brexit-style deadlock after staging a referendum - about gender-neutral toilets. New College's JCR voted down the ...

PICTURES: OVO Energy cycling tour races through Oxfordshire - Oxford Mail
PICTURES: OVO Energy cycling tour races through Oxfordshire  Oxford Mail

THOUSANDS lined the route of a prestigious cycling race as it pedalled its way through Oxfordshire today.

West Oxfordshire schools warn funding crisis could hit hard - Witney Gazette
West Oxfordshire schools warn funding crisis could hit hard  Witney Gazette

TEACHERS say West Oxfordshire schools are battling 'unsustainable' budget pressures and could have to make cuts as breaking point looms.

Oxford's Big Green Day Out cancelled because of heavy winds - BBC News
Oxford's Big Green Day Out cancelled because of heavy winds  BBC News

Fears have been raised about strong winds blowing away the gazebos at Oxford's Big Green Day Out.

Planning application goes in for A40 improvements - Oxford Mail
Planning application goes in for A40 improvements  Oxford Mail

OXFORDSHIRE county council is seeking planning permission for a host of changes to a major road.

Oxfordshire winners in Queen's birthday honours 2019 - Oxford Mail
Oxfordshire winners in Queen's birthday honours 2019  Oxford Mail

SHE'S the people's princess in Oxfordshire who has 'enriched the lives of many vulnerable people', now Courtney Hughes is leading the way in…

House egged by vandals in Carterton - Oxford Mail
House egged by vandals in Carterton  Oxford Mail

YOUNG vandals hurled eggs at a house and left the resident 'frightened and distressed.'

EU election results for Oxfordshire 2019 - Oxford Mail
EU election results for Oxfordshire 2019  Oxford Mail

NIGEL Farage's Brexit Party has claimed massive victories in the EU Parliamentary elections - including in our region.

Providence Land plans 130-home housing estate in Watlington - Oxford Mail
Providence Land plans 130-home housing estate in Watlington  Oxford Mail

A LAND investment company is attempting to get planning permission for 130 new homes in Oxfordshire – but has submitted its proposals in two…

Men robbed outside Blackbird Leys shop - Oxford Mail
Men robbed outside Blackbird Leys shop  Oxford Mail

ROBBERS threatened a group of men before stealing their cash, cards and phones in Blackbird Leys.

Mitchell Young in court over fatal crash near Kidlington pub - Oxford Mail
Mitchell Young in court over fatal crash near Kidlington pub  Oxford Mail

A MOTORCYCLIST accused of killing a pedal cyclist in a fatal crash on his 21st birthday has appeared at court in Oxford.

Captain Morgan rewrites record books as England dominate Afghanistan - Oxford Mail
Captain Morgan rewrites record books as England dominate Afghanistan  Oxford Mail

The England captain and his team set records for the most sixes in a one-day international.

Oxford artist Paul Nash found inspiration among Wittenham Clumps - Oxford Mail
Oxford artist Paul Nash found inspiration among Wittenham Clumps  Oxford Mail

Residents of North Oxford will be no strangers to the presence of the artist Paul Nash in the city during the 1940s, writes Dr Ian Holgate.

Jewellery and cash stolen in Oxfordshire burglaries - Herald Series
Jewellery and cash stolen in Oxfordshire burglaries  Herald Series

BURGLARS have smashed their way into Oxfordshire homes to steal jewellery and 'large' sums of cash.

Israeli space tech firm hiSky expands to the UK - GOV.UK
Israeli space tech firm hiSky expands to the UK  GOV.UK

The Israeli company hiSky has established a UK limited company - hiSkySat Limited – based in London, with an R&D centre at Harwell to develop a satellite ...

Lavinia Woodward: Stab attack student quits Oxford - BBC News
Lavinia Woodward: Stab attack student quits Oxford  BBC News

An "extraordinarily able" student spared jail for stabbing her boyfriend will not return to Oxford University. Lavinia Woodward pleaded guilty in 2017 to unlawful ...

Get free holidays with your dog by becoming a Canine Critic - Oxford Mail
Get free holidays with your dog by becoming a Canine Critic  Oxford Mail

TEN special dogs (and their owners) have the chance to bag free holidays by becoming a Canine Critic.

What's on this week in Oxfordshire - Oxford Mail
What's on this week in Oxfordshire  Oxford Mail

TODAY. Local musicians and great tribute acts will perform at Witney Music Festival. The free event takes place all day at The Leys, with the first act due to go on ...

Elizabethan map goes on display at Bodleian Libraries - BBC News
Elizabethan map goes on display at Bodleian Libraries  BBC News

A "magnificent" Elizabethan map has gone on display for the first time in more than a century. The Sheldon Tapestry Map of Oxfordshire, which was woven in ...

Hotel Hit Squad: A new vegan cookery course in Oxfordshire is giving stubborn carnivores food for thought - The Telegraph
Hotel Hit Squad: A new vegan cookery course in Oxfordshire is giving stubborn carnivores food for thought  The Telegraph

I have always been suspicious of veganism. To provincial carnivores like me, it seems something of an anti-food phenomenon: a drift towards a herbivorous ...

Opening of Didcot to Oxford railway line celebrated 175 years on - Oxford Mail
Opening of Didcot to Oxford railway line celebrated 175 years on  Oxford Mail

A FEAT of engineering that transformed Oxford forever was celebrated in style this weekend.

New thunderstorm warning for Oxfordshire - Oxford Mail
New thunderstorm warning for Oxfordshire  Oxford Mail

THUNDERSTORMS will hit Oxfordshire later this week, the Met Office has warned.

The 30 best things to do with your kids in Oxfordshire - In Your Area
The 30 best things to do with your kids in Oxfordshire  In Your Area

Are you and your kids looking for an adventure in Oxfordshire? If so, here is a list of the 30 best things to do with kids in Oxfordshire.

Euromillions jackpot winner in UK to get £123 MILLION - Oxford Mail
Euromillions jackpot winner in UK to get £123 MILLION  Oxford Mail

A huge £123 million EuroMillions jackpot has been won by a ticket holder in the UK, the National Lottery has revealed.

Sultan of Brunei hands back Oxford degree over LGBT laws - BBC News
Sultan of Brunei hands back Oxford degree over LGBT laws  BBC News

The Sultan of Brunei has handed back an honorary degree after Oxford University raised concerns about his country's strict new anti-LGBT laws. Introduced in ...

Tribute to couple killed in Bicester roundabout crash - BBC News
Tribute to couple killed in Bicester roundabout crash  BBC News

Kenneth and Gillian Jarvis' family say they are "absolutely devastated by the sudden and tragic loss".

The best restaurants and pubs in Oxfordshire, according to chef Paul Welburn - Telegraph.co.uk
The best restaurants and pubs in Oxfordshire, according to chef Paul Welburn  Telegraph.co.uk

Chef Paul Welburn of Great British Menu fame was awarded a Michelin star at his modern British restaurant The Oxford Kitchen in October.

Theresa May's school faces shutting early on Fridays in 'enormous' budget strain - Mirror Online
Theresa May's school faces shutting early on Fridays in 'enormous' budget strain  Mirror Online

Wheatley Park School has proposed shutting at 2pm every Friday afternoon - warning it will "quickly tip into deficit"

East Witney: have your say on plans for 450 new homes - Oxford Mail
East Witney: have your say on plans for 450 new homes  Oxford Mail

RESIDENTS can have their say on a key Witney site earmarked for 450 homes and new A40 slip roads.

Parents 'sent money to IS fighter son in Syria' - BBC News
Parents 'sent money to IS fighter son in Syria'  BBC News

The parents of a man who joined the group calling itself Islamic State sent him money while he was in Syria, a jury at the Old Bailey has heard. Jack Letts, who ...

Remember When: Disco stars did battle at Westgate nightclub - Oxford Mail
Remember When: Disco stars did battle at Westgate nightclub  Oxford Mail

DISCO giants from across the Midlands gathered in Oxford to dance the night away in March 1983.

Motherwell ace Alex Gorrin set to join Chris Cadden at Oxford United - The Scottish Sun
Motherwell ace Alex Gorrin set to join Chris Cadden at Oxford United  The Scottish Sun

Motherwell ace Alex Gorrin is wanted by Lech Poznan, Toronto and Atlanta United but looks set to move to England with Oxford United.

Adam Stanmore: Search for missing Oxford man widens - BBC News
Adam Stanmore: Search for missing Oxford man widens  BBC News

Officers have been carrying out searches in the wooded area of Shotover Park for Adam Stanmore.

Coaches in Oxfordshire hoping England's Women's World Cup campaign will inspire - Oxford Mail
Coaches in Oxfordshire hoping England's Women's World Cup campaign will inspire  Oxford Mail

ENGLAND'S performances at the Women's World Cup will boost the profile of the game at all levels across Oxfordshire.

Victoria Hislop: 'Ian was in a different league to me at Oxford - he charged me 50p to borrow his essays' - Telegraph.co.uk
Victoria Hislop: 'Ian was in a different league to me at Oxford - he charged me 50p to borrow his essays'  Telegraph.co.uk

Victoria, 60, is the author of six novels including the bestseller The Island. She lives in London with her husband, Private Eye editor Ian. They have two children ...

New faces join Oxford's Sheldonian Theatre 'Emperor Heads' - BBC News
New faces join Oxford's Sheldonian Theatre 'Emperor Heads'  BBC News

Two new heads, representing women from different ethnic backgrounds, are displayed on plinths.

Cowley Road restaurants come together for Refugee Week in Oxford - Oxford Mail
Cowley Road restaurants come together for Refugee Week in Oxford  Oxford Mail

RESTAURANT owners in Cowley Road are getting together this week in an attempt to raise much-needed funds for refugees.

Oxford United inquire about compensation fee for Motherwell winger Chris Cadden - Oxford Mail
Oxford United inquire about compensation fee for Motherwell winger Chris Cadden  Oxford Mail

OXFORD United are believed to be interested in out-of-contract Motherwell winger Chris Cadden, according to reports north of the border.

Record ethnic minority students at Oxford - BBC News
Record ethnic minority students at Oxford  BBC News

Oxford University's latest admissions figures show the highest ever proportion of places for ethnic minority students - at 18%. There were also rising numbers of ...

Oxfordshire farms struggle with a Brexodus of migrant workers - Oxford Mail
Oxfordshire farms struggle with a Brexodus of migrant workers  Oxford Mail

FARMERS in Oxfordshire have revealed they are struggling to cope with a Brexodus of migrant workers.

Oxford United winger Rob Hall desperate to hit the ground running - Oxford Mail
Oxford United winger Rob Hall desperate to hit the ground running  Oxford Mail

ROB Hall is planning to take it one step at a time when Oxford United's squad regroup for the start of pre-season this weekend.

Seacourt park and ride expansion to go ahead - BBC News
Seacourt park and ride expansion to go ahead  BBC News

The £5m extension at Seacourt in Oxford will create 596 extra spaces.

Anti-Trump protest in Oxford over UK state visit - Oxford Mail
Anti-Trump protest in Oxford over UK state visit  Oxford Mail

A 'CARNIVAL of resistance' will take place today in Oxford to protest the visit of US President Donald Trump to the UK.

Oxford Drug Design receives over £8m in grant and equity investment - Cambridge Network
Oxford Drug Design receives over £8m in grant and equity investment  Cambridge Network

Oxford Drug Design (ODD) wins major funding awards from CARB-X, the UK Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and an equity investment led by ...

Teachers' pension strike at St Edward's (Teddies) in Oxford - Oxford Mail
Teachers' pension strike at St Edward's (Teddies) in Oxford  Oxford Mail

TEACHERS will go on strike at a prestigious Oxford school to protest 'disgraceful' plans to change their pensions.

The British Museum announces 'major' Troy exhibition - Oxford Mail
The British Museum announces 'major' Troy exhibition  Oxford Mail

Troy: Myth And Reality will feature finds from archeologist Heinrich Schliemann's excavations at the site of Troy.

Tory members' poll 'an utter disaster for Ruth Davidson' - Oxford Mail
Tory members' poll 'an utter disaster for Ruth Davidson'  Oxford Mail

SNP depute leader Keith Brown said the results show the head of the Scottish Conservatives has little authority within her party.

'Homes must be built in Oxford to temper high house prices' - Oxford Mail
'Homes must be built in Oxford to temper high house prices'  Oxford Mail

MORE homes must be built in Oxford to stem the soaring prices which are denying people the chance to own their own, a group has said.

Chair of Witney Royal British Legion, Les Tacon, retires - Oxford Mail
Chair of Witney Royal British Legion, Les Tacon, retires  Oxford Mail

THE chairman of the Witney branch of the Royal British Legion (RBL) has retired after 34 years in the role.

Connor Sparrowhawk: Truck tribute for teen after Eddie Stobart snub - BBC News
Connor Sparrowhawk: Truck tribute for teen after Eddie Stobart snub  BBC News

A teenager who died at an NHS unit has had a bomb detection truck named in his honour, after Eddie Stobart refused to commemorate him. Connor ...

One in four Oxford places set for poorest students by 2023 as university announces 'sea change' in admissions - Evening Standard
One in four Oxford places set for poorest students by 2023 as university announces 'sea change' in admissions  Evening Standard

One in four new students at Oxford will be from the UK's poorest backgrounds by 2023 following a “sea-change” in admissions, the university has announced.

Sajid Javid warns against leadership race looking like Oxford Union debate - The Canary
Sajid Javid warns against leadership race looking like Oxford Union debate  The Canary

Sajid Javid has warned that the Tory leadership race risks looking like a debate at the Oxford Union if the final candidates are all from similar backgrounds.

UK weather forecast: Met Office 'risk to life' warning over heavy rain TODAY - Mirror Online
UK weather forecast: Met Office 'risk to life' warning over heavy rain TODAY  Mirror Online

Parts of the UK could see a month's worth of rain in just a few hours as severe weather hits, the Met Office says.

Afghanistan in focus ahead of Old Trafford clash with England - Oxford Mail
Afghanistan in focus ahead of Old Trafford clash with England  Oxford Mail

Mohammad Nabi's men have lost all four of their matches at the World Cup so far.

Boris Johnson and Rory Stewart went to the same school and Oxford college. Social mobility is sliding backwards - iNews
Boris Johnson and Rory Stewart went to the same school and Oxford college. Social mobility is sliding backwards  iNews

The contest for the Tory leadership and the choice of the next prime minister of Great Britain serves as an unsavoury reminder that social mobility in Britain has ...

Helen & Douglas House raises £6000 for Jail & Bail - Oxford Mail
Helen & Douglas House raises £6000 for Jail & Bail  Oxford Mail

BUSINESSWOMEN were bundled into a police van and incarcerated in the cells of Oxford Castle's historic prison.

Oxford thunderstorms - when to expect them today - Oxford Mail
Oxford thunderstorms - when to expect them today  Oxford Mail

THUNDERSTORMS and heavy rain are forecast to hit Oxford tonight.

Dog 'poisoning' in Wootton near Abingdon - The Oxford Times
Dog 'poisoning' in Wootton near Abingdon  The Oxford Times

A VET has condemned an 'appalling' case of animal cruelty in which someone planted a concoction of pills, kibble and glass along a popular dog…

Oxford uni student with artificial heart awarded MA posthumously - Metro.co.uk
Oxford uni student with artificial heart awarded MA posthumously  Metro.co.uk

A woman who 'defied the odds' when she lost her heart to cancer and was given an artificial one has been awarded a Masters degree by Oxford University ...

Oxford murder inquiry: Police update on woman's death at Lytton Road - Oxford Mail
Oxford murder inquiry: Police update on woman's death at Lytton Road  Oxford Mail

A MAN remains in hospital with serious injuries as police continue to guard the Oxford home where a woman's body was found.

Neighbours react to Lytton Road, Oxford, murder investigation - Oxford Mail
Neighbours react to Lytton Road, Oxford, murder investigation  Oxford Mail

AN OXFORD community has reacted with shock and sadness to the death of a 35-year-old woman as forensic officers scoured a house yesterday.

Rebecca Henderson: Posthumous degree for rucksack heart woman - BBC News
Rebecca Henderson: Posthumous degree for rucksack heart woman  BBC News

An Oxford University student who had to carry an artificial heart in a rucksack after her own was removed has been awarded her master's degree posthumously.

Phil Neville keen for England to send out 'strong statement' at World Cup - Oxford Mail
Phil Neville keen for England to send out 'strong statement' at World Cup  Oxford Mail

The Lionesses' first two group games in France have seen them defeat Scotland 2-1 and Argentina 1-0.

The States vs Oxford: Comparing American and British University Life – The Oxford Student - Oxford Student
The States vs Oxford: Comparing American and British University Life – The Oxford Student  Oxford Student

Living abroad in the United Kingdom for the last few months, I've come to realize that despite no language barrier, the American and British cultures have many ...

Tory leadership hopeful Rory Stewart’s past life probed as shock claim emerges - Express.co.uk
Tory leadership hopeful Rory Stewart’s past life probed as shock claim emerges  Express.co.uk

RORY STEWART, currently in the midst of a campaign to become leader of the Tory Party, was forced to deny he worked as a spy for MI6 at a hustings event on ...

Police smash their way into Banbury flat on drugs raid - Oxford Mail
Police smash their way into Banbury flat on drugs raid  Oxford Mail

POLICE smashed their way into a flat on a quiet residential cul-de-sac in hope of stopping drug dealers in their tracks.

England defender Lucy Bronze driven by Japan disappointment - Oxford Mail
England defender Lucy Bronze driven by Japan disappointment  Oxford Mail

The Lionesses were beaten by Wednesday's opponents in the semi-final of the 2015 Women's World Cup.

Four Oxford graduates move a step closer to becoming next Prime Minister - Oxford Mail
Four Oxford graduates move a step closer to becoming next Prime Minister  Oxford Mail

FOUR Oxford University graduates moved closer to becoming Prime Minister this evening but one failed to get through the latest round of voting.

Oxford City boss Mark Jones backs Ben Barrett to play big part next season - Oxford Mail
Oxford City boss Mark Jones backs Ben Barrett to play big part next season  Oxford Mail

MARK Jones says Ben Barrett deserves an opportunity in the first team after the youngster re-signed for Oxford City.

Jo Cox would be shocked by British divisions, says widower - Oxford Mail
Jo Cox would be shocked by British divisions, says widower  Oxford Mail

Brendan Cox used a tribute on the third anniversary of the MP's murder to warn “hate still spews forth”.

Jack Letts: 'Jihadi Jack' mother 'horrified' son was in Syria - BBC News
Jack Letts: 'Jihadi Jack' mother 'horrified' son was in Syria  BBC News

The mother of a Muslim convert dubbed "Jihadi Jack" told a court she was "horrified" when he called to say he was in Syria. Sally Lane, 56, and her husband are ...

Ofsted: Botley and Charlbury primary schools rated inadequate - Oxford Mail
Ofsted: Botley and Charlbury primary schools rated inadequate  Oxford Mail

SCHOOLS responsible for teaching hundreds of pupils have been rated 'inadequate' by Ofsted.

Le Manoir makes Estrella Damm National Restaurant Awards - Oxford Mail
Le Manoir makes Estrella Damm National Restaurant Awards  Oxford Mail

RAYMOND Blanc's world-renowned Oxfordshire hotel has slipped down the ranks in a respected top-100 restaurant list.

Partner's violent past leads to children being removed - BBC News
Partner's violent past leads to children being removed  BBC News

Oxfordshire social workers intervened when the mother's partner began staying at the family home.

 
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