OXFORD United will be in Monday’s Emirates FA Cup third round draw, but they will need to play far better to beat Macclesfield Town in the replay.
All the news from Oxford United's Emirates FA Cup second round tie at Macclesfield Town.
OXFORD High School has begun working with primary schools in the county to provide FA coaching sessions and girls football fixtures.
AN Oxfordshire MEP has spoken out against attacks on EU citizens in the UK.
A TEAM from a North Oxford school have claimed victory in the regional heat of a finance competition.
A MOTHER who threw £10,000 of her son’s drug dealing money out of the window in a ‘blind panic’ when police raided her home burst into tears as her son was jailed yesterday.
A WORLD class violin teacher passed on his knowledge to boys at Abingdon School with a masterclass.
PUPILS from Wallingford School will sing at a carol service to mark Christmas in the town.
STUDENTS at Wood Green School marked 21 years of holocaust talks with a plaque.
GIRLS at Headington School were given advice by a former deputy prime minister.
A POIGNANT exhibition bursting with colour and creativity was set up in Asturias, Northern Spain today in memory of Oxford teenager Connor Sparrowhawk.
A HOME in Sandhills is set to get bigger after a planning application was lodged to build a two-storey extension.
THE Bishop of Oxford has praised volunteers at Abingdon's foodbank for helping families who fall on hard times.
A SUSPECT in a murder case had pleaded not guilty today at Oxford Crown Court.
A MAN has pleaded not guilty to the attempted rape of a girl in Oxford in the 1980s.
A MAN was pushed off his bike and threatened with a knife in Oxford in what police are treating as a racially-aggravated incident.
THE venue has been changed for the last of three public exhibitions about plans for a new Eynsham park and ride.
CAPTAIN Fergus Taylor says there is a real focus about Oxford University with less than a week to go until the 135th Varsity Match.
YOUNG writers have a final chance to take part in a competition that finishes today.
AN impromptu concert was hosted outside the Palace of Westminster as part of an Oxfordshire MP’s campaign to support Syrians.
THE first ever jam night hosted by a creative media institution in Littlemore drew in the crowds.
YOUNG gardeners have been given more time to get their hand on tools for their school.
YOUNG people aged 15 to 24 are being asked whether checks for a sexually transmitted infection should continue.
Carfax Education Group, which was founded in Oxford and has an office in the city, is a leading educational consultancy. Principal consultant Eleonora Suhoviy gives her tips for how to survive the interview process for Oxford University.
RESIDENTS left in the dark by broken street lights have seen the light again after the Oxford Mail got involved.
HUNDREDS of children from schools across the county have raised the roof at Town Hall over the past three nights for Christian Aid.
EDDIE Pepperell’s propensity for having disastrous holes led to him missing the halfway cut in the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek in South Africa yesterday.
A NURSE at Oxford Children's Hospital will tear along the Dorset coast today to raise money for toys for sick children.
THE dark winter night was lit up by 12,000 candles as two schools united to raise money for those in need.
AN end-of-term rally outside Oriel College took place earlier today by students and members of decolonisation campaign group Rhodes Must Fall.
A CHARITY is hoping to spread some smiles over the festive season to children who would not otherwise wake up to a present on Christmas morning.
POLICE have been given a closure order for a home linked with illegal drug production.
A TEACHING service has performed a class act as it helps out Oxfordshire's favourite Secret Santa by donating 400 gifts for adults and children to open on Christmas Day.
OXFORD United have already made more than £150,000 from the Emirates FA Cup this season, but head coach Michael Appleton knows a win tonight could be even more valuable.
Millions of smartphone users will need to upgrade their mobiles to keep using WhatsApp in the New Year.
OXFORD's three millionth Mini rolled off the Cowley production line this week since the first modern classic was produced in 2001.
OXFORD City general manager Justin Merritt believes Jonny Giles has a successful future ahead of him in the professional game.
A FLOOD victim who has fortified his house against the elements has urged others to make use of a new website designed to protect those at risk.
JOE Rothwell is hoping he gets the chance to win back his place in the Oxford United side as John Lundstram serves a suspension.
PAUL Moody is relishing being reunited with the class of ’96 when Oxford United’s promotion team come together for a special dinner.
CHANGES that could see Oxford City Council abolished are giving bosses in Town Hall a headache.
A NORTH Oxfordshire pub has been awarded a prize for its flowers by Wadworth brewery.
WYTHAM Woods will be open across the Christmas period, staff have confirmed.
AN Oxford University professor is to give a talk on the growing problem of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
A DEVELOPER and a primary school have joined forces to promote road safety.
A HOME in Iffley Fields could be extended under new plans.
A CHURCH near Didcot is staging a Christmas tree festival this month.
SIMON Eastwood says the aim of the game for Oxford United tonight is to avoid becoming an Emirates FA Cup headline.
STAFF at an after school club in Kennington have been praised by inspectors for improving its Ofsted ranking.
MACCLESFIELD Town skipper Andy Halls says his side are raring to grasp another opportunity to show what they can do when they face Oxford United tonight.