OXFORD University put in a battling display but fell to a 36-17 defeat to Aviva Premiership newcomers Worcester Warriors at Iffley Road tonight.
A MOTHER will pound the pavements with her baby son in a buggy as she tries to break a Guinness World Record.
CALLUM O’Dowda played 90 minutes as Republic of Ireland Under 21s lost 1-0 to Italy in a Euro 2017 qualifier.
ASPIRING models strutted their stuff to try to win a place on the catwalk of Oxford’s hottest fashion event.
Patrick Hoban scored all three goals as Oxford United's development side won 3-1 at Aston Villa.
A FREE bus service is being set up from Carterton to Bampton so residents can access the post office.
Edward Brooks returned to Oxford a hero following his bravery in the First World War. Now his grandson hopes a new memorial will encourage a new generation to find out more about the sacrifice made by the armed forces. Michael Race reports
Oxford United defender Freddie Grant has been loaned out to Farnborough for a month.
Oxford United will be backed by a sold out away end for their Sky Bet League Two clash against Leyton Orient on Saturday.
Catch up on all the issues and quips raised by our readers in their Letters to the Editor today.
TAKE a pair of socks, cut them at the right places, add a few stitches and decorations and you should be left with a beautiful, hand-crafted cat.
POETRY fans gathered at Blackwell’s Bookshop in Oxford in honour of American poet Allen Ginsberg.
IT MAKES my blood boil. Yet again, lack of funds is being used as the reason for urgent road repairs not being carried out.
HERE we go again. The brains behind our roads are going to have one lane closed from Green Road to Marston to do work on the unwanted Barton Park.
WHEN I first moved to Barton I made a study of all the street names on the estate.
I HAD thought that begging had been stopped in Oxford City centre.
I VISITED the display about the regeneration of the Cowley Centre recently.
THE family of Jack Markham would like to thank the Oxford Mail and especially Kieran Davey for reproducing a lovely photograph of Jack with Ted Allen on your ‘Remember When’ section, on October 2.
A 17-year-old has been arrested after a girl was raped in Cowley.
So my wife rings me at work and says, “Can you just pop into the Co-op on your way home and buy blue top milk, green top milk, bananas and beans. Oh, and we need eggs.”
Planning will begin in earnest this week in preparation for the Oxford Mail sponsored Oxfordshire Winter Quiz Leagues 2015/16, beginning on October 29th.
This November we are inviting the people of Oxford on to campus to Brookes Live – an event which promises to be spectacularly entertaining and fun-filled for all...
A LONG-TERM project to bring a community shop to an Oxfordshire village is now its final stages after years of work.
Oxford United have made their best start to a season since returning to the Football League in 2010 and Johnny Mullins believes the squad are better-equipped to last the distance than in their previous spell at the sharp end.
A jury has been chosen to hear the case of a man accused of murdering a man found fatally wounded in Barton.
TRIBUTES have poured in for a “beautiful, brave and determined” teenage cancer sufferer who passed away last week.
THE city’s Christmas light night will make a triumphant return to Broad Street this year.
THE county is being “left in the dark” over how to help with the Syrian refugee crisis.
JASON Plato missed out on the British Touring Car Championship crown by an agonising four points, despite winning the season climax at Brands Hatch.
More than 300 people have responded to a document that could determine the future of Botley’s West Way shopping centre.
ONE of the top doctors at a Headington NHS unit said staff “made the right decisions” about a teenager who died under their care, an inquest heard.
SERIOUSLY injured patients in Oxfordshire will soon be able to be treated by air ambulance crews at night following the launch of the charity’s new £4.5m helicopter.
ALEX Lynn was unable to turn a strong start to weekend into a points haul during GP2’s visit to Russia.
Traffic is congested on most roads in and around Oxford this morning.
Didcot Town joint manager Ian Concannon greeted the news that his side will host either Brentwood Town or Hoddesdon Town in the fourth qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup as a great opportunity to progress.
JACK Biggs scored a hat-trick as Oxford Hawks fought back three times to record an epic 4-3 win at home to Lewes in South League Premier Division 1 on Saturday.
OXFORD Ladies’ successful season continued when they scooped the Silver League title for the third year in succession.
Oxford University RFC take on Aviva Premiership newcomers Worcester Warriors at Iffley Road tonight (7.30).
IT took great stamina and determination for two women to dance for 24 hours in Oxford city centre but they kept going for a good cause.
DESPITE a brave display by goalkeeper Miriam Pritchard, Oxford Hawks Ladies suffered a 2-0 defeat away to leaders Swansea in Investec Conference West on Saturday.
A NEW scheme could land young people in the county a career with Oxford United Football Club.
INJURY-HIT Chinnor suffered their sixth successive defeat in National League 2 South as they were narrowly beaten 34-32 at Redruth.
A jack-knifed caravan caused long delays on the M40 southbound yesterday.
GROVE ended a three-match winless run in South West 1 East with a 35-20 victory over Swindon at Cane Lane.
BANBURY’S winning start to the season came to an end in a 14-11 defeat at home to Berkswell & Balsall in Midlands 2 West (South).