BANNING vehicles from Parliament Square is just one idea put forward by an Oxfordshire MP following the Westminster terror attack.
RYAN Ledson has been short-listed for the Young Player of the Season prize at the EFL Awards next month.
ONCE the crowds had packed up and gone home from the Rio Olympics, Jessica Ennis-Hill put her silver medal away and decided to retire from athletics.
VILLAGERS have been invited to a table top sale in Kennington.
A STELLAR line-up of rock, pop and dance music legends has ensured Oxfordshire's Truck music festival has sold-out – four months in advance.
OXFORD United are monitoring the fitness of three players ahead of tomorrow's home game with Bury in Sky Bet League One.
FOR almost ten years Peter Sloman has been at the helm of Oxford City Council.
TODAY a cancer charity is launching a social media campaign to encourage as many women and girls to sign up for this year’s Race for Life.
THOSE who know their ‘woody oaks’ from their ‘fruity infusions’ will enjoy a wine tasting event in Wantage.
A CAMPAIGNER was filled with ‘defiant pride’ as throngs of protesters sang his political song.
AN OXFORD University study has discovered who is most afraid of death.
A LEISURE centre will celebrate its 15th birthday with a charity open day.
A PENSIONER with a 'sick fantasy' of gazing at abused youngsters has been sentenced to a community order.
STALL holders with an artistic streak will gather at a fair in Wootton.
A FATHER-OF-TWO whose life has been blighted by crippling multiple sclerosis for 14 years, is gearing up for hospital treatment to become 'Bionic Bruce'.
A PIECE of Banbury's history was erased from the map this weekend with the dismantling of the Banbury North Signal Box.
SPRING has arrived and with it the hopes of dozens of school children – and possibly adults – awaiting a promised zip wire.
TICKETS are now on sale for Folk Weekend Oxford, which is expected to attract thousands of music fans from across the country.
TRIBUTES have been paid to fishing fanatic Ian Fisher who died of a suspected heart attack after reeling in one of his biggest ever catches.
A FLEDGLING body paint artist cried 'tears of joy' as her political statement on the destruction of the oceans won a national prize.
AN Abingdon group will screen a film that swept up at the Oscar’s this year.
A date for a by-election has been announced following the death of Labour city councillor Van Coulter earlier this month.
SIXTEEN years ago a journalist fled her home in Eritrea, Africa with her two-year-old daughter, fearing for her life.
A LACK of research paid off for Simon Eastwood as he relied on pure instinct to save Matt Taylor’s penalty at Sixfields.
Mike Clarke Happy 70th Birthday Grampy! Lots of love Jamie, Austin, Toby & Summer xxx
“There’s only one reason we used to come here,” my taxi driver smirked, smacking his lips in appreciation, “A pint and a fight, usually in that order.”
CHARLIE Longsdon is hopeful Snow Leopardess could be ready for bigger things after an impressive victory at Newbury on Saturday.
LIAM Sercombe was frustrated Oxford United could not turn their second half display at Northampton Town into three points.
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FAMILIES in Oxford's five tower blocks are being given the chance to develop their computer skills while their buildings undergo a facelift.
BANBURY United’s Premier Division play-off hopes suffered a huge set-back as they lost 2-0 at Stratford Town on Saturday.
ONE lane of the A34 was blocked near Weston-on-the-Green after the crash.
BEYOND Oxford's 'dreaming spires', the skyline is peppered with architectural brilliance.
A PEACEFUL haven was unveiled in a park in tribute to three pillars of a community.
ALMOST 400 people have weighed in as part of a survey on travel times from Banbury to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
YOUTHS scarpered from police after clambering onto a rooftop in Abingdon.
NORTH Leigh made it two successive away wins when two first-half goals gave them a 2-0 victory on their long trip to Bideford.
MICHAEL Appleton rued Oxford United’s contrasting problems in the final third as they drew for the first time in 21 games with a goalless stalemate at Northampton Town.
OXFORD United chairman Darryl Eales says he has been baffled by the amount of speculation surrounding his ownership of the club in the past week.
THE future of NHS nursing lies in the Commonwealth, according to the chief nurse of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as she embarks on her next chapter in 'the career of a lifetime'.
INTEREST in bringing Oxford Stadium back to life has gone into ‘overdrive’ with multiple prospective operators have coming forward.
SECCULL Phyllis Jane Passed away on 20th March aged 80 years. The much loved wife of John, adored mother of Helen and Matthew and treasured nanny to Leila, Andrew, Faye, Jemima and Phoebe. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. The…
McKenna Michael Francis RIP Died 27th March 2013. A loving husband, father, grandfather and a good friend to many. Much loved and sadly missed, Mary & family RIP
BARK Pamela Ruth Pam Passed away 6th March 2017, aged 86 years. Loving Wife of the late Geoffrey. A wonderful Mother, Grandmother and Great-Grandmother. She will be sadly missed by all her family and friends. Funeral service will take place at Oxford…