A 57-year-old man has died at the scene of a five-car crash in West Oxfordshire.
DANNY Hylton came off the bench to net a winner which sent Oxford United top of Sky Bet League Two.
ORGANISERS of the Cowley Road Carnival have revealed more than £133,000 is needed to bring festival fever to East Oxford next summer.
A CHARITY which supports people in Oxfordshire who are HIV positive could have to shut its only base in the county if council cuts go through.
A PENSIONER had her debit card stolen by two thieves during a distraction burglary on her doorstep.
HANGING decorations on the Christmas tree is an essential part of any festive season.
THE £50m extension to Didcot’s Orchard Centre will not be ready in time for next Christmas, it has emerged.
All the news from Oxford United's trip to Hartlepool United in Sky Bet League Two.
OXFORD University have been dealt a major blow in their quest for a historic sixth successive Varsity Match victory after it was revealed captain George Messum is ineligible to play.
CHANTS of "don't bomb Syria" echoed around central Oxford today when campaigners took to the streets to protest against launching further air strikes on the war-torn country.
TWO people have minor injuries after a crash on the A34 northbound carriageway approaching Wendlebury, according to police.
A QUICK-thinking postman has been praised by firefighters for helping to prevent a serious house fire.
The Emperor’s New Clothes Kingston Bagpuize Drama Group Southmoor Village Hall 26th-28th November 2015 In a significant departure from their usual fare, Kingston Bagpuize Drama Group chose The Emperor’s New Clothes as their winter production.…
A THIEF snatched cash from a 24-year-old woman while she stood at a bank machine in central Oxford.
A FORMER chartered surveyor who climbed the Himalayas, conquered the South Pole and raced in a hot air balloon to raise £40,000 is shortlisted for a national award.
We have reached the point in the season where conditions are becoming increasingly difficult and it is essential that we grind out results to ensure we are where we need to be come May.
A WEATHER warning has been issued for strong winds across Oxfordshire today.
A home in Eynsham was the target of a police drugs raid yesterday afternoon.
THE FIGHT for survival continues for the village post office in Cumnor as its postmaster and mistress call upon residents to help them stay in business.
SCHOOL pupils from across Bicester raised the roof at St Edburg’s Church to raise money for children’s charities.
Joe Skarz is gunning for Oxford United to finish the job on what they see as the most challenging block of fixtures in the season with a win at Hartlepool United this afternoon.
YOUNGSTERS at an Oxfordshire primary school could finally be able to tuck into their hot dinners in a dining hall after the Prime Minister came to their aid.
A KEEN runner has combined charity with the sweet smell – and taste – of macaroni and cheese.
ROAD safety campaigners say they are “astonished” that drivers with as many as 51 points on their licences are still allowed on the county’s roads.
BAYS in Frideswide Square will be “tweaked” after bus companies complained they were too small to safely accommodate vehicles.
Romain Grosjean says it will be hard to leave Lotus as he prepares for his last race with the Enstone-based team tomorrow.
Tenager Matt Chapman will step up to the Protyre Motorsport Ginetta GT5 Challenge next year.
INDUSTRIOUS residents in Blackbird Leys and Littlemore have pieced together two works of art for their communities to treasure for years to come.
There was a clean sweep for Drennan Oxford in the practice match for the next round of the Oxford Winter League which was fished by 24 anglers on a very cold Kennet and Avon Canal at Avington.
BILLIARDS: Lewis Moss produced the highest break of the season as Littlemore RBL beat Cowley Conservative Club B in the Gentworks Oxford & District League.
Apart from Josh Oliver who is out with a long-term injury, Alan Green is the only doubt for Oxford City Stars’ double-header in English National League South Division 1 this weekend.
Caitlin Brown was the star as Kidlington & Gosford’s small squad of 13 swimmers came second in the top club competition at the Sheffield Open Meet at Ponds Forge.
A BUTCHERS famed for its sausages endorsed by stars of the hit ITV period drama Downton Abbey has landed leading honours at an awards ceremony.
Elson Costa helped Holton A beat Forum B 7-3 and increase their lead at the top of Oxford & District League Division 1 Costa’s maximum was key, as Forum’s Fraser Harris hit back by beating Andy Misseldine and Stuart Brown.
Captain George Messum and head coach James Wade have selection dilemmas ahead of Oxford University’s final fixture before next month’s Varsity Match.
IT HAS called Cowley Road home for the past 90 years, but on Monday family-run Oxford timber merchant W G Powell will close its doors for the last time.
Jack Brooks made it third time lucky at last night’s Oxfordshire Sports Awards.
ALL over Oxfordshire thousands of older people are fighting one of the cruellest but hardest-to-spot maladies of all: loneliness.
A PUB that survived two world wars, witnessed the Industrial Revolution and has a longer history than the Bank of England could reopen.
PEOPLE braved the blustery weather to carry out essential conservation work on a wildlife site in West Oxfordshire.
THOMAS Anthony Robert (Rob, Tony) Of Chipping Norton, peacefully on 17th November 2015 aged 68 years. Funeral service at St. Mary’s Church, Chastleton on Wednesday 2nd November at 2.30 p.m. Family flowers, donations for TOAD and Chipping Norton…
GRAY Kym Marie In loving memory of Kym, Who passed away on the 28th of November 2012. Kym is still so sadly missed and is always in our thoughts. God bless her. Mum and Family.
Hall Margaret Of Charlbury, aged 72 years died on 15th November 2015. Loving mother to 11 children, 41 grandchildren and a much loved great grandmother. Funeral service at St. Mary's Church, Charlbury on Friday 4th December at 2.30pm. All flowers…