OXFORDSHIRE'S Alexis Canter teamed up with fellow Briton Finn Bass to advance to the second round of the boys' doubles at Wimbledon today.
A GRANT of more than £2,000 has been given to an Oxfordshire animal rescue for small animals.
A FORMER RAF serviceman is to take on a mammoth 450-mile cycling challenge to raise money in memory of his late wife.
A HOUSING association chef has triumphed in an annual cooking competition.
A COMMUNITY vigil is being held in the centre of tonight in memory of the 7/7 bombing victims and those of the Tunisia beach attack.
TWO people were taken to hospital after a chemical spillage at Oxford Science Park today.
TWO women were sexually assaulted on a Number 5 bus from Oxford City centre to Blackbird Leys, police said.
IDEAS for how to rejuvenate Blackbird Leys are taking shape after councillors gave agreement to ambitious plans for the area earlier this month.
THAMES Valley Police has been told by the Information Commissioner it was wrong to keep secret whether or not it had spied on journalists using anti-terrorism powers.
A CHARITY has launched a new service to encourage people to become more aware of cancer and its symptoms.
SCHOOLGIRLS got the chance to try their hand at engineering with industry professionals.
ARTIST Frederic Chevarin put the finishing touches to a station revamp with his sculpture of a red kite.
DIDCOT Girls’ School and St Birinus School will join forces to become a multi-academy trust in a bid to achieve an ‘outstanding’ rating.
TRAFFIC has returned to normal on the M40 southbound between Bicester and Oxford following a car fire.
Thames Valley Police gave the wrong date when it said it had investigated a complaint that Sister Frances Dominica had sexually abused two women.
images of two men police want to talk to in connection with shoplifting in Banbury in May has been released.
A 76-year-old woman who died in Marks & Spencer in Witney appears to have choked to death in the shop's cafe, a coroner said today.
Catch up on all the issues and quips raised by our readers in their Letters to the Editor today.
A SHED was broke into in Banbury last week, police have said
A 10-YEAR-OLD from Abingdon has just released her first single and is using it to raise money for charity.
A WORKMAN broke his right leg after falling down a four-metre deep hole on the Great Tew estate, near Chipping Norton last night.
PATIENTS recovering from strokes and other conditions will be able to use a new sensory garden at Abingdon Community Hospital.
A FUNDRAISING group is already planning its next event to raise money for Rose Hill Junior Youth Club after it smashed its first target.
TOMORROW the Chancellor will deliver his first Budget since the election. The Government has already said it wants to cut £12bn from benefits and tax credits. But it has promised to protect pensioners and child benefit.
NOW that female participation in male games is being fostered more than ever...
I AM researching my maternal grandfather’s family tree and write to request the assistance of your readers in tracing the descendants of my great-great-aunt Sarah Jane Page.
LAST week we spent three days cycling in Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire on bikes we hired in Oxford.
STEWART Mitchell is correct (Oxford Mail, June 25) in saying that local authorities are forcing villages and towns to accept more and more new dwellings to be built in the county without knowing what the population will be in five or 10 years time.
THE only reason refugees are in Calais is because ferry companies and airlines (and individuals) face heavy fines for carrying passages without passports or travel documents.
I WISH to express my utter dismay at the actions of the trustees of Helen and Douglas House Hospice.
Do you ever get the feeling you might be overdoing your hobby?
For the Royal Sun (Begbroke), there have been more productive Thursday nights. They began it heading up Section One, a position they had maintained since the opening round of matches, but by 11pm they had plummeted to fourth.
It is difficult to know whether a baby is experiencing pain...
AN OXFORD MP has vowed that he will stop a care provider profiting from the sale of the home where Connor Sparrowhawk died.
A GROUP of youths allegedly entering the Windrush and Evenlode tower blocks in Blackbird Leys to take drugs are being closed in on by police.
A man has been charged with four burglaries.
THE runners who braved the elements at this year’s Oxford Mail OX5 Run have raised more than £100,000 for Oxford Children’s Hospital.
Firefighters were called to the Bulstake Stream in Osney Mead yesterday.
OXFORD City’s Spanish contingent will return this week ahead of their pre-season campaign, which begins against Hungerford Town at Newbury Town on Saturday.
MESSAGES of support for Sister Frances Dominica have poured in after the East Oxford nun was told not to return to the hospices she founded following historic allegations of sexual abuse.
THIS year’s Magdalen College School Arts Festival was brought to life by sculptures of the human form nestled in the greenery of the school’s grounds.