A VOLUNTEER who has been tending to strains, sprains and pains in Oxfordshire for more than 50 years has said she will continue for as long as she can.
A PETITION to save a threatened Witney bus route described as a “lifeline” to residents has drummed up more than 500 signatures.
TREES will be planted to help shield Cowley residents from a new community centre that will tower over their homes.
DEALERS showed off rare collectables at the first-ever Didcot and Oxfordshire Toy Fair in the town’s Civic Hall on Saturday.
THOUSANDS of teenagers in Oxfordshire are set to benefit from a scheme helping young people make a difference in their community.
A PLANT which has the power to treat cancer is blooming at Oxford Botanic Garden.
AN AMERICAN dentist has been accused of killing a famous African lion that was part of an Oxford University monitoring project.
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A WOMAN was killed in a car accident in Sutton Courtenay yesterday, police have said.
SOME of the county’s finest Scouts have flown to Japan for the World Scout Jamboree.
A VISION for a new town skatepark has been drawn up after months of lobbying a group of boarders and riders in Bicester.
YOUNGSTERS hit their target to create a play in one week at a workshop run by Oxford’s Creation Theatre.
FORMER police chief constable Sara Thornton has warned officers may no longer respond to crimes including burglaries.
AS reported in the Oxford Mail, bus services faced severe delays last Friday, caused by roadworks on the Cutteslowe and Wolvercote Roundabouts, weather conditions and Friday traffic.
IT IS said that we now live in a much faster world.
IT WILL be a very sad day for this city when WG Powell ceases trading in Cowley.
THE proposal to both open additional access to the A34 and build a park and ride at Lodge Hill indicates complete ignorance of the reality of the A34.
ON SUNDAY, we bravely drove through the city of excellence that is Oxford, from Marston to Botley.
THE Redrow development has been built to the rear of our garden.
IT IS becoming increasingly rare to find a politician who has sincere convictions.
OXFORD Health plans to temporarily close a 30-bed ward in its biggest community hospital in face of a "difficult financial environment."
THE last few weeks in our Jericho workshop we have been blowing off the cobwebs, loads of them – more than usual in fact.
The Vicar sent in his apologies leaving a slightly under-manned yet nevertheless formidable Royal Blenheim (Oxford City) foursome of Justin (Only Connects’ Victoria Coren-Mitchell’s personal favourite), Nick the Thespian, Doc and Geoff, and the Ben Stokes doppelganger, to attempt to thwart the juggernaut that is the Plough (Wolvercote).
A COMMUNITY group is hoping a new website will make it easier for charities and organisations to get more funding.
I am presently awaiting the results of yet more scans to monitor progress which can be a stressful time when I always need to ask my friends for supportive prayer.
Raymond Main Happy 90 Birthday today Love From All The Family xxx
A MAN in his 70s was killed in a four-vehicle collision on the A420 this morning, police said.
Michael Appleton believes it is highly unlikely Oxford United will add to their squad before the start of the season.
A car crashed into a tree on the B4016 Drayton Road yesterday.
AFTER rushing to hospital during the roadworks chaos, expectant mother Rebecca Pyrah joked with hospital staff that she would not have a roadside birth.
A CAMPAIGN group has objected to plans for a 28-acre solar farm on the outskirts of Oxford.
Residents have until tomorrow to comment on plans to expand a city council depot into Cowley Marsh Park.
DRIVERS faced severe delays in and out of the city centre last night as temporary traffic lights were installed on Botley Road.
PEOPLE’S bins across Oxford could be rummaged through by council officers on the hunt for evidence to fine people for not recycling properly.
BARCLAYS bank has promised no staff will lose their jobs when it closes two South Oxfordshire branches in the next five months.
LES Taylor was disappointed Oxford United Women were unable to finish Millwall Lionesses off in a 2-2 draw in FA Women’s Super League 2.
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A STRONG finish was in vain for Oxford RL as Barrow Raiders ran out 34-22 winners in their Kingstone Press League 1 clash.
THE memories of long-time Leys residents will be documented in a pioneering project on the history of the estate.
A MAN who escaped a jail term after hiding cocaine in his underwear was told to flush the rest of his drugs down the toilet.