THREE vehicles have crashed on the A34 Western Bypass in Oxford.
THERE is now just over a week to go before staff at Didcot’s University Technical College welcome pupils for their first lessons.
LAWRENCE Clarke insisted he could take some positives despite bowing out of the World Athletics Championship yesterday, writes STUART WEIR.
CAPTAIN Andy Harris says Great & Little Tew’s home match against relegated Dinton is a “must-win” if they are to secure promotion from Division 2.
A NURSERY that has been on its current site in Didcot for more than 70 years could be moved to a different part of the town.
BANGLADESHI boat racers will be celebrating a decade of the annual Great Oxford Canoe Race on Sunday.
SHE was a woman who her friends say would have loved the idea of doing something “crazy”.
The M40 is blocked northbound towards junction 9 for Bicester following a four-car crash.
Tran strikes planned for the bank holiday weekend will now definitely go ahead.
CHURCHES across the county are falling into disrepair, due to a lack of funds and ageing congregations, it has been warned.
A convicted rapist due to be sentenced for a series of sexual offences may have fled to Hong Kong police have said.
A MINISTER at a Cowley church has said more affordable housing is needed in the area to prevent poor families being priced out of the city.
Room on the Broom is a bedtime favourite in my house.
A MAN has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving after a woman was killed on the A34 last month.
THE leader of West Oxfordshire District Council is to be given a knighthood.
Catch up on all the issues and quips raised by our readers in their Letters to the Editor today.
PROLIFIC robber John Rooney who escaped from an open prison in Aylesbury and travelled to Oxford is no longer believed to be in the area.
DRIVERS are experiencing long delays and queuing traffic on the A34 northbound this afternoon due to a broken down lorry.
A CRASH on the A4421 this morning between Bicester and Finmere saw the road entirely blocked by a lorry and two vans.
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THE draft “Supplementary Planning Document” for West Way has been published with the opportunity to comment on it until September 25.
YOUR correspondents, Derrick Holt (August 20) and David Diment (August 24) variously subscribe to the view that President Truman’s decision to use atomic bombs on the populations of Hiroshima (August 6, 1945) and Nagasaki (August 9, 1945) was the…
IN current affairs, the worst thing that can occur is secrecy. The Chilcot report and the death of Dr Kelly has been shrouded in silence.
I AM writing about the loss of WG Powell’s and the comment that it “serves the wider public interest”.
THE Field Close land to which Mr John Brown refers ( Villagers outraged by housing proposals, Tuesday’s Mail) was earmarked for further housing over 20 years ago when The Paddock was developed.
I HOPE that included with the reconstruction of the Westgate Centre is the preservation of the plaque to the medieval scientist Roger Bacon,who died in 1292.
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THE new landlord at Wantage’s award-winning vegetarian pub The Shoulder of Mutton has said he plans to serve “vast quantities of meat”.
Sue Hitchin talks about the 10th anniversary of the Foodies Festival, which is set to kick off in Oxford’s South Parks this Bank Holiday
BRADLEY Smith has unfinished business at the British Grand Prix ahead of this weekend’s MotoGP race at Silverstone.