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Family: The Tiny Paws team, left to right, Barry Monk, Carol Spencer, Becky Grose, Alison Hawkins, Casey Simons, Sophie Grose and John Hawkins

Tiny Paws charity gets a big boost

Fundraiser: Martin Brewster is cycling to Paris in memory of his wife Pat

I’m cycling to Paris in memory of my wife

Chef at housing association serves up a contest win

Chef at housing association serves up a contest win

Community vigil held in Oxford to mark anniversary of 7/7 bombings

Video: Community vigil held in Oxford to mark anniversary of 7/7 bombings

Reported chemical explosion closes parts of Oxford Science Park. PIc from Twitter user Paul Genge

Chemical incident closes parts of Oxford Science Park

CCTV images released after women sexually assaulted on number 5 bus between Oxford and Blackbird Leys

CCTV images released after women sexually assaulted on number 5 bus between Oxford and Blackbird Leys

Changes on the horizon: A view of housing on the Leys estate taken from the top of the Windrush Tower

Chance to breathe new life into the Blackbird Leys estate

Information Commissioner rules Thames Valley Police wrong to keep secret if it used terrorism act to spy on journalists

Information Commissioner rules Thames Valley Police wrong to keep secret if it used terrorism act to spy on journalists

Hi-tech: Su Thomas, of Fuel 3D, uses a 3D scanner to photograph Yasmin Jennings, 15 , at the Oxford High School engineering event

Girls try out hi-tech gadgets with guest engineers

Advice: Studley Wood Golf club president Paul Fitzgerald with UCARE nurse Gemma Crane

Nurse can help you to detect cancer earlier

Flight: Sculptor Frederic Chevarin with his Red Kite artwork at Haddenham & Thame Parkway railway station

Artist’s imagination takes flight

Joint statement: Rachael Warwick and John Marston

Academies team up in bid for an outstanding Ofsted rating

BMW catches fire on the M40 southbound between Bicester and Oxford

UPDATE: BMW catches fire on the M40 southbound between Bicester and Oxford

Sister Frances Dominica

Thames Valley Police admit mistake in information about Sister Frances Dominica investigation

Images of two men released in connection with Banbury shoplifting incident

Images of two men released in connection with Banbury shoplifting incident

Woman who died in Marks & Spencer, Witney, last week "choked to death" in the shop's cafe

Woman who died in Marks & Spencer, Witney, last week "choked to death" in the shop's cafe

Tuesday’s letters: What are your fellow readers writing in about today?

Tuesday’s letters: What are your fellow readers writing in about today?

Missing garden tools could be with police after Banbury shed broken into

Missing garden tools could be with police after Banbury shed broken into

On song: Sophie Elise is using her first single to raise money for charity

Young singer uses her first single to raise money for children’s charity

Workman breaks leg after falling down a hole at building site in Chipping Norton

Workman breaks leg after falling down a hole at building site near Chipping Norton

Open: Support services manager Claire Wilnecker and capital development manager Martin New cut the ribbon

New sensory garden opens for patients

New target: Rose Hill community worker Fran Gardner

Dinner next on the menu after a blooming success

David Quinn

Quiz League: Royal Sun have a night to forget

Study: Having developed methods for measuring pain-related brain activity in babies, the research team now plans to investigate whether medication effectively relieves pain in infants

University Life: How we hope to reduce the pain that babies feel

Connor Sparrowhawk

‘They must not profit from failing Connor’ says MP Andrew Smith

James Styring

On Yer Bike: I fear I am now saddled with a riding obsession

Man faces charges over four break-ins

Man faces charges over four break-ins

Run raises £100k for second year to boost hospital

Run raises £100k for second year to boost hospital

Barry Sheehan

CCTV analysed as police net closes in on tower block teen drug takers

Blaze extinguished at Osney Mead

Blaze extinguished at Osney Mead

Firms being urged to support fostering

Firms being urged to support fostering

Striking: Magdalen College School arts festival director Dr Anne Cotton with a sculpture called Life Size by Rachel Ducker

Arts festival goes down to the wire

Hojjat Ramzy

Muslim leader hits out on terror attack

Slated: Ofsted inspectors have criticised The Oxford Nursery

Oxford Nursery put children ‘at risk of harm’ says Ofsted

All shook up: The stars of Love Me Tender at the New Theatre, Oxford

Stars of Elvis-themed musical checking in to Heartbreak Hotel

Woman accused of attempted murder given bail

Woman accused of attempted murder given bail

Memories: Esther Hyman with Tim Coulson who comforted the dying

Anniversary cycle riders raise cash in memory of 7/7 victim

Geared: Pat Wilson, left, with her 1899 Columbia Shaftdrive and Marion Rowlands with her 1920s BSA Loopframe at the Benson Bike Rally

Vintage rally a ‘brilliant’ day

Railway disruption on Oxford to London line

Railway disruption on Oxford to London line

Flats are evacuated after 14th floor fire

Flat evacuated after 14th floor fire

Toddler injured after bus crashes into scaffolding

Toddler injured after bus crashes into scaffolding

County Hall could be sold or leased out as Oxfordshire County Council seeks to make extra savings

County hoping to make extra cash from property portfolio

Call for more powers for councils to protect young

‘New powers needed to fight grooming’

Smiles: Headington School students Chloe Ranson, Cartherine Drewry and Millie Bond celebrate their International Baccalaureate results yesterday

Headmistress is ‘delighted’ as Headington School pupils’ hard work pays off

Rail workers set to strike tomorrow

Rail workers set to strike tomorrow

Bucking the trend: Lynn Knapp

Expert issues warning on ‘lost generation’ over poor SAT tests

Outstanding: Joseph Hermsen, four, left, Toby Morgan, four, centre, pre-school manager Dilys Beaumont and other children climbing a tree

Forest schools make ‘outstanding’ lessons flourish

Bid to extend Oxford Uni science building

Bid to extend Oxford Uni science building

‘Unsightly’: A meeting is being held today by Network Rail to determine who owns land alongside Castle Mill Stream that boaters have been squatting on for the past year

Canal boat squatters say cost of moorings leaves no option

Diamond Place car park

Diamond Place: Don’t put our group in temporary buildings

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