A SENIOR Labour party member stopped by in Oxford to rally votes for Andrew Smith's former seat.
VILLAGERS have been warned to be vigilant after a string of break-ins in Kennington.
OLYMPIAN Katherine Grainger has been named chairwoman of UK Sport.
CONOR McAleny’s classy early double laid the foundations for Oxford United to throw a spanner into Millwall’s hopes of guaranteeing a place in the Sky Bet League One play-offs.
SASKIA Mohan and Eloise Burden, both 13, shone at the Pony of the Year Show at Bury Farm in Bucks.
THOUSANDS of Three Mobile customers have reported that the company's network is not working, with users unable to make or recieive calls or texts.
MAKE the most of the pleasant warmth this weekend - temperatures in Oxfordshire are set to plummet to freezing.
All the news from Oxford United's final away game of the season - at Millwall.
IT'S hard enough being the Mayor without being a dad as well, but Wantage Mayor Steve Trinder combined the two jobs when he dragged his children along on a town-wide litter pick.
POLICE have ended a successful CCTV appeal after a man was bitten in the face.
A BID to put the beautiful game back at the heart of town life, has been made by Bicester Town Football Club as it continues its search for a home ground.
LONDON Oxford Airport is set to expand after seeing jet movements increase by more than six per cent in 2016.
A CAMPAIGN which hopes to retain a major bank on Carterton's high street has gained hundreds of supporters.
A DRUG and alcohol recovery service has turned itself around after more people than ever before successfully complete treatment.
WE travel to London today for our last away game of a very long season.
A GROUP bringing cheer to older people on an Oxford estate is going strong, with members 'desperate' to bring more people into the fold.
ONE of Oxford's oldest boys' schools is to open its doors to youngsters aged from four to seven, in a major expansion.
A NEW digital community hub will help young job seekers in Chipping Norton find work.
BUDDING actors will be able to tread the boards as an arts centre puts on its first in-house production.
HUNDREDS of tulips have been planted at an Oxford golf club to support the fight against urological cancer.
FLOWER experts from the Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust (BBOWT) will be leading a guided walk through the snake’s head fritillaries at Iffley Meadow tomorrow from 11.30am to 1.30pm.
TOUR guide John Sandy-Hindmarch will head once more into the breach at Oxford Castle this weekend in honour of Harry, England and St George.
JOE Rothwell says turning the Millwall fans will be key if Oxford United are going to come out on top at The Den today.
WORK is ploughing ahead at Bicester's designer outlet as the expansion continues to take shape on the outskirts of town.
BUS passengers in Oxford will soon be able use contactless payment methods to buy tickets when a pilot scheme is introduced in the city.
THE CHAIRMAN of Grove Parish Council has spoken of her concerns after the group which runs King Alfred's Academy in Wantage was granted permission to open a new 1,000-pupil school in the village.
THE PALATIAL former home of the Church of England in Oxfordshire has gone back on the market just over a year after being sold.
A HOSPICE has officially unveiled a £9m vision to protect its vital work with terminally ill patients.
OXFORD teenager Matt Chapman was delighted to score championship points on his British GT debut at Oulton Park
OXFORDSHIRE rider Bradley Smith admits it will be tricky for his Red Bull KTM MotoGP team to continue their upward climb when they compete in the Grand Prix of Americas at Austin, Texas tomorrow.
LEWIS Moss and Connor Jones overcame a handicap of 60 points to beat Mark Trafford and Sid Ponting in the final of the Gentworks Oxford & District League’s inaugural Allan Copelin Memorial Pairs final at Littlemore British Legion.
WORK is being carried out to repair damaged paving on Oxford’s £7m Frideswide Square and install new cycle parking.
A MAJOR new road could help pave the way for thousands of homes to be built south of Oxford.
D-DAY for Oxford's most controversial car park has been pushed back yet again in the face of environmental concerns, including fears for the wellbeing of badgers.
CALLS have been made for empty council-owned buildings to be used as temporary shelters for the homeless.
BOSS Andy Cook admits Oxford United face a stiff task if they are to record their first win of the FA Women’s Super League 2 Spring Series away to Millwall Lionesses tomorrow (2pm).
STEVE Johnson’s expertise at Tunnel Barn Farm again shone through when he won the first round of Yarnton & District’s Summer League.
OXFORDSHIRE rider Lily Bradstock won the Winter Amateur title in British Showjumping’s inaugural Spring Championships, near Buckingham.
PARENTS worried about school funding have been urged to turn it into a major issue at the General Election.
A MOTHER reported her son to the police after she found messages of him inciting underage girls in sexual activity on her mobile phone.
BIKERS will zoom through the streets in convoy to deliver presents to poorly children.
MICHAEL Appleton has told Oxford United to show battling qualities or they will come off second best against Millwall.
A MAJOR Oxford junction that cost millions to redesign is in danger of being damaged and becoming a traffic nightmare, the leader of the city council has warned.
Herbert Walter George Of Headington, Oxford. SERJT. Oxf/Bucks L.I. Killed in action at the Battle of Arras, France. 19th April 1917. Defending Europe from German domination. "NEVER FORGET"
COLLIER Daphne 23rd April You left us peaceful memories your love is still our guide. Although we cannot see you, you are always by our side. Our family chain is broken and nothing seems the same. But God calls us one by one the chain will link again.…
EDWARDS Zara 23.04.2013 There is always a face before us, A voice we would like to hear. A smile we will remember, of our Dear Mother, Grandmother & Great Grandmother. Love and miss you always, Doreen, Nigel, Jane, Roger and families xxx
WALKER Bob Of Horspath passed away peacefully on 17th April 2017. Much loved by his family and friends. A service to celebrate his 88 years will take place on Friday 28th April at 2:30 pm in the Parish Church of St Giles, Horspath. No flowers please,…
LEE Kevin John With deepest regret, we announce the death of Kevin John Lee. 28-09-1961 to 15-04-2017. An amazing husband, father, son, brother, grandad and friend to many. A total legend! If you would like to pay respects for Kev, the service will be…
Finch Dominic and Katie nee Noves Congratulations on the birth of Megan Leah Born 20th April, weighing 7lbs 15oz a second Grandchild for Robert and Donna and a second Great-grandchild for Maureen. Love from Great Nanny Marg xxx
MEMBERS of Oxford’s Labour Party have urged national bosses to pick a local candidate to replace Andrew Smith MP.