CITY councillors have vowed to fight Network Rail at an inquiry over its refusal to use so-called 'silent track' on the railway through North Oxford.
A WARNING of very strong winds has been issued for Oxfordshire as Storm Doris is expected to surge in from the Atlantic on Thursday.
All the news from Oxford United's trip to Charlton Athletic in Sky Bet League One.
OXFORD Mail features editor Tim Hughes has been shortlisted in the French Travel Media Awards 2017 for a Remembrance article published in The Oxford Times.
"IT'S a load of rubbish!"
A QUICK-thinking mum pulled her toddler from an electric toy car seconds before it went up in flames.
MEMBERS of the homeless community in Oxford have said they felt ‘disgusted’ after an Oxford City Councillor said people rough sleeping on the streets were a ‘disgrace’.
STEVE Roberts struck twice as leaders Heyford Athletic beat Cropredy 2-1 at home in the Oxfordshire Senior League.
YOU report (Oxford Mail, February 20) the increasing prevalence of potholes in Oxfordshire’s roads. As Cllr Nimmo-Smith rightly points out, other areas of spending such as social care also need to be prioritised. In recent years, services such as…
TWO former Thames Valley Police officers will be interviewed to become Brtain's next top chief.
CONTROVERSIAL plans to spend £4m on an expansion of Seacourt Park and Ride have been pushed through by Oxford City Council.
RESIDENTS harbouring hidden treasured in their homes can have them valued near Abingdon.
CONVICTS who concoct plots to secretly smuggle forbidden items into prison will be slapped with harsh jail terms, a judge has warned.
COFFEE and cake will be enjoyed at a community event in Sutton Courtenay.
A GANG of thugs smashed up a defibrillator after breaking into a football club pavilion in Marston.
COUPLES can reignite their romance at a course in Abingdon.
AN OXFORD charity which helps disadvantaged people in communities across Oxfordshire get their voices heard has won a national award.
MOST of them had never performed in public before.
THE value of higher education in the 21st century will be discussed by an eminent philosopher at d’Overbroeck’s.
SCORES of children had the chance to explore nature as they enjoyed a winter walk around the site of a historic manor farm.
HEADINGTON's high street has a new eatery and the owner describes the restaurant as a 'UK-first.'
A WORLD Heritage Site in Oxfordshire has received a prestigious award recognising its quality as a visitor attraction.
POLICE have released CCTV images after a car was vandalised in Abingdon on Valentines Day.
WARNINGS of a dog mess 'epidemic' have been issued at one popular Oxford park with councillors and residents now launching a crackdown to tackle the problem.
A TEENAGER who underwent spinal surgery at the Oxford Children's Hospital is lacing up her running shoes to help fundraise for it.
MULTINATIONAL alcohol giant Diageo is more well known for trying to get people to drink than keep them away from booze.
LEISURE facilities are set to get a major overhaul after two district councils set aside millions of pounds.
DAVID Murphy and Max Palmer each hit a hat-trick as Berinsfield dumped Long Wittenham Athletic out of the North Berks Cup 8-1, writes RICHARD UNDERWOOD.
'THE LARGEST festival of women and cycling the UK has ever seen' rolls into Oxford in two weeks's time.
AN art gallery in Oxford city centre is to stage an exhibition of 20th century masters.
LORD Bradshaw, who lives in Wallingford, is to host a public meeting in the town on the Brexit bill.
A B&B owner who wants to retire has had to apply for planning permission to no longer have people paying to stay in her house.
RESIDENTS are being invited to have their say on a new transport plan for their town.
OXFORD United will attempt to put their Emirates FA Cup exit behind them and boost hopes of a play-off push when they visit Charlton Athletic tonight.
MUSLIMS and Christians came together in Rose Hill to find out more about the respective religions and promote peace.
A TOWN-wide health survey which aims to save hospital and GP services has been extended by two weeks.
A CEREMONY will be held in April to unveil a memorial plaque for the 457 military personnel who died in the Afghanistan conflict.
A BICESTER preschool that was previously criticised by inspectors has made a big improvement.
FORMER Labour PM Tony Blair is desperate to overturn the Brexit vote for one reason only – he wants to be European President and continue shackling the British people into financing this undemocratic cabal.
SUGGESTIONS of a new major road between Oxford and Cambridge are bad enough, but using it to try to carve new boundaries for Oxford through Green Belt and agricultural land is appalling (Oxford Mail, February 18).
THE County Council proposal for a ‘Super Council’ is an attack on local democracy.
WHILST I agree there is a need to reorganise local government, the proposal to abolish the six councils in Oxfordshire and replace them with one council is silly.
ALEX Hollingsworth says: “The council’s planning policies for the hospital sites in Headington aim to limit the amount of parking on site, because additional parking will generate more traffic on local streets that are already congested.”
CAN anyone tell me why no one who voted Brexit has any chance whatsoever of getting a letter published? I write this knowing full well it has no chance of being published. I am sick and tired of the Oxford remoaners throwing their toys out of the…
I’M appalled by reading about the closures of adult support centres. Surely there’s another way of keeping these valuable centres open.
IT WOULD seem our councillors, who purport to represent the electorate, have no concept of the grief and rage generated by their vote to destroy adult day services.
I WAS waiting at Martyrs’ Memorial recently and thought I would avail myself of the toilet facilities near St Mary Magdalen Church.
ALL who read the letter of a mother who protested alone outside County Hall, to save the Adult Day Care Centres, which are essential for the needs of her disabled daughter, ought to have been deeply moved and shocked that our social services cuts are…
RUNNERS, joggers and walkers are being urged to sign up for the 36th Oxford Town and Gown 10k run and help smash the £2m fundraising mark.