THERE are reports of hay bales on fire in Hanwell near Banbury.
RESIDENTS gathered in the market place and danced in the rain at this year’s Wantage Carnival.
HUNDREDS of runners enjoyed a five-mile road race through Headington, Summertown and Marston.
CHILDREN expecting to move into new classrooms at Oxfordshire’s largest primary school will have to wait until after term starts.
TYPICAL English bank holiday weather failed to rain off the city’s third annual Littlemore Fayre.
WHEN Sergeant Colin Travi moved to Kidlington police station in 2010 the now quiet village had a gang culture spiralling “out of control”.
A DANGEROUS convict who escaped from prison and was seen heading towards Oxford has been re-arrested.
NO movement is likely in or out of the Oxford United squad before tonight's transfer deadline.
AN “unrepentant paedophile” has been convicted of voyeurism and sexual offences against children in Oxford.
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FOR the past 800 years the bells of St Agatha’s church in Brightwell-cum-Sotwell have rung out to mark weddings, funerals and national celebrations.
WHEN Ed Miliband was Leader of the Labour Party he changed the rules regarding the election of the Labour leader.
I WELL remember Hazel Bleay’s campaigning for traffic lights to replace the Headley Way mini-roundabouts back in 2005 (Letters, August 27, 2015).
IT HAS taken no time at all for the Conservatives to about-face from promising ‘the greenest government ever’ to deciding to ‘cut the green rubbish’.
MUCH has been made about the effects to businesses of the traffic problems in Oxford.
VIRTUALLY every day now the A34 is blocked as a result of accidents.
IN RESPONSE to the spokeswoman from county council who stated that the shops in Frideswide Square are fully accessible, I would like to know how she defines accessible?
THANK you for printing my recent request for the front page of the Oxford Mail to be for news items other than football which appears later in the paper.
ROBERT HERITAGE 70 TODAY! Love from all the family.
A TEENAGE motorcyclist was taken to hospital after being involved in a crash with a van.
Before you read this column, think about the following question: “What would be your top five cycling destinations worldwide?” Look away and think for a moment.
In quite possibly the game of the night, those wily old foxes representing the Seacourt Bridge (Botley), pitted against Premiership outfit, the Ploughman’s Bunch! (Wolvercote), narrowly failed in their bid to open their account for the season.
As pupils go back to school this week, David Nimmo Smith, the county councillor in charge of Oxfordshire’s transport, explains how the road network will cope
A CANCER survivor from Oxford is encouraging others to leave a donation to charity in their will.
OXFORD United pulled out of moves for high-profile targets over concerns they risked disrupting the spirit within the camp, according to head coach Michael Appleton.
OXFORD United have not received any approaches for their players ahead of the transfer window closing tonight.
MAX Crocombe will miss Oxford United's trip to Bristol Rovers on Sunday after being called up to the New Zealand squad.
A DAREDEVIL granny has jumped from a plane to raise more than £15,000 to help sick children.
A Labour councillor is calling for public consultation on the future of Oxfordshire’s community hospitals.
Proposed works on the new rail line connecting Oxford to Bicester will go on display tomorrow.
PEOPLE should pay to use Oxfordshire’s seven recycling centres to avoid some of them having to close, according to a Conservative county councillor.
A WOMAN who was attacked and raped while out jogging is preparing for a tough challenge – raising cash for the centre that helped to rebuild her life.
YOUNGSTERS put donkeys through their paces at an annual derby day in West Oxfordshire.
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A NEW Arabic school set to bring youngsters of all faiths together is aiming to be the top Sunday school of its kind in the country.
DISRUPTION to Oxfordshire’s rail network ended yesterday evening after mechanics and train technicians returned to work following a three-day strike.
VINNY Mukendi hit an 11-minute hat-trick as Oxford City smashed six past Truro City.
THE number of arrests relating to immigration offences is already up on last year, prompting companies in Oxfordshire to tighten security.
AT LEAST 40 people marched through the rain on Bank Holiday Monday to protest against Oxford City Council’s plans to take over the running of East Oxford Community Centre.
A five-year plan to get people more involved in physical activity could be approved by council leaders.
Plans for a 55-space car park at the ancient site of the Rollright Stones will be considered by West Oxfordshire District Council next week.
Double Olympic cycling champion Victoria Pendleton said she was thrilled, despite being denied a fairy-tale victory on her first ride as a fully-fledged amateur jockey at Ripon yesterday.