SIR - So, according to county council leader Keith Mitchell in his sickening letter of support for Councillor Don Seale (Oxford Mail, April 5), we, the parents of disabled children, have got it all wrong.
The state of Oxford's postal service was described as "pure and utter chaos" by one worker as striking postal staff vowed to continue their action through Easter and beyond.
SIR - So the Green Belt is not at risk, according to John Tanner, but the health and happiness of thousands of hard-working families are (Oxford Mail, March 26). How does he know whether they are hard-working or not? Of course the Green Belt is at risk…
Oxfordshire landlords are being warned, after a fraudster believed to have conned dozens of publicans across the country struck in Woodstock.
Rabbit owners are being urged to have their pets vaccinated against myxomatosis, following a rise in the number of cases of the disease.
Clubbers are gearing up to help raise thousands of pounds for the Oxford Children's Hospital Campaign, as a city nightspot launches a string of bank holiday fundraising events.
A safety review will take place at Oxford's Kennington roundabout after a lorry overturned, causing traffic chaos.
A former Oxford University secretary and her friend are set to become the first women to make a 650km dog-sled trek across the remote Norwegian Arctic.
Residents' groups are holding a crisis meeting to discuss how to stop plans for a £36m guided busway through Oxford.
SIR - The Royal Mail's Oxford area manager, Michael Stockdale (Oxford Mail, April 7), tries to justify his stubborn treatment of the striking postal workers by saying: "We cannot continue to have a cycle of uncertainty."
Paramedics in Oxfordshire have been congratulated for beating Government response targets -- despite a 10 per cent increase in emergency calls.