Football Association bosses have informed Didcot Town FC they will take no further action over a pitch invasion earlier this month which led to a game being abandoned.
A WATERLOGGED pitch at Oxford City's Court Place Farm has forced tonight's Oxfordshire Senior Cup semi-final to be postponed.
"FOR every apple, parsnip or cauliflower that ends up on a supermarket shelf and is eventually eaten, there will be many that never make it off the farm."
Policeman stabbed outside Parliament, attacker shot / Oxfordshire MP calls situation 'terrifying' / police declare major terrorist incident
A HOSPICE is building a dedicated band of supporters to spread word of its specialist care.
Motorcyclist's death could have been avoided if helmet not adjusted for headphones inquest hears
A CONTROVERSIAL plan to put 200 homes next to a landfill site might not be decided until July.
William Crossley is conquered by Normandy’s food culture on a weekend away across the English Channel
A CELEBRATION of the vibrant range of beers served in Oxford will be held during the first week of May.
A DAD-OF-TWO who nearly lost his life due to a heart problem is encouraging runners to take part in a race to raise funds for the hospital that saved him.
ARTISTS have embraced the ordinary by capturing everyday scenes on canvas.
Thames Water has been fined £20.3 million for polluting the River Thames with 1.4 billion litres of raw sewage.
WALLINGFORD has been a market town since its Saxon origins and the tradition of exchanging produce by barter or sale at stalls in the Market Place is still seen on Fridays.
COULD you be the next knight in shining armour to run the Oxford Mail OX5 Run on Sunday?
Man found stabbed after broad daylight attack
A DRAMATIST will be reminiscing about his golden career in children’s theatre at the Story Museum on Thursday, April 6.
RESIDENTS will be able to have their say on housing sites proposed by a district council.
Fears have been raised that craft which follow the Boat Race teams along the Thames could catch fire during the annual contest.
Smoke alarms saved residents of a home in Blackbird Leys from danger after a fire broke out in their house.
Ian Buckle Happy 65th Birthday. All my love, Gilly (Sandra) and all the family xxxxx
A CROWD of cleaners scrubbed and swept through Great Haseley as they spruced up the village.
FUNDRAISERS who twisted and twirled non-stop for 24 hours will have a new dance floor to waltz along on thanks to their day-long rave.
AN Oxfordshire MEP has criticised Princess Anne after she said she would grow genetically modified (GM) crops on her estate after Brexit.
CYCLISTS are being caught out the most by controversial new rules in central Oxford, a new report shows.
WALLINGFORD Town missed out on the chance of reaching the North Berks League Cup final when they went down 2-1 to Coleshill United Res in the last four, writes RICHARD UNDERWOOD.
FC HOLLYBUSH were crowned Witney & District League Division 1 champions as they saw off fourth-placed Aston 3-1 to clinch the title, writes HARRY ROSE.
CHIMA Iwuchukwu proved the hero as his second-half penalty helped Kennington Athletic beat Ardley United 1-0 to lift the Under 13 KO Cup, writes PAUL LYON.
OXFORD City had no answer to Vanarama National League South leaders Maidenhead United last night, falling to a 6-1 defeat.
A STRIKING sculpture that claims to be the largest in the city has been installed in Headington.
THAMES Water is not likely to discover its fate for pouring raw sewage into the River Thames until Tuesday, it emerged today.
He has already had a research ship, dinosaur and flightless weevil named after him, and now Sir David Attenborough can add an ancient shrimp to the creatures given his moniker.
'Great intellectual' Colin Dexter has been remembered by those who knew him as not only a talented author but a kind and generous man.
A GRIEF-stricken stalker who tricked funeral directors into believing his sister-in-law was dead has been locked up.
MORE than 1,000 people have signed up for the OX5 Run and parents, patients and staff at Oxford Children’s Hospital have called for one final push before tomorrow’s deadline.
AN 8ft-long boa constrictor was found in an Oxfordshire field by a dog walker.
A COUNCIL partnership with a traffic smartphone app could help tackle congestion once the Westgate opens by telling drivers which routes to avoid into Oxford.
OXFORD United were left to rue giving Bolton Wanderers cheap goals as the promotion-chasers ran out 4-2 winners last night.
Colin Dexter, author of the Inspector Morse series, has died his publisher Macmillan has said.
A FAILURE to plan properly for the opening of the Westgate Shopping Centre is threatening to cause traffic chaos in Oxford, transport bosses have been warned.
DARRYL Eales says he expects Oxford United’s playing budget to be increased next season to maintain the club’s ambition of reaching the Sky Bet Championship.
Houliston Roy You are dearly missed by all Especially today on the seventh anniversary of your passing. All Our Love From Mum &Dad Annette & Lawrie Matthew & Elliott xxx