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Driver Angela Dublin will not face the prospect of a longer prison sentence over Oxford's Eastern Bypass crash.
Aircrew based at RAF Benson in south Oxfordshire have been named as missing, presumed dead, after a helicopter crash in Iraq at the weekend.
Everyone remembers the day 20 years ago when Oxford United lifted the Milk Cup at Wembley.
Huge crowds turned out to welcome the Duchess of York to Oxford in October 1931.
Oxford Cheetahs take on Belle Vue Aces in an Elite League clash at Kirkmanshulme Lane tonight (7.30), still looking for their first away win this season.
FOOTBALL COCA-COLA LEAGUE TWO Oxford Utd 2, Leyton Orient 3.
A clergyman has been told to move his cross or the council will move it for him.
An undercover operation will be mounted in west Oxfordshire this year to check licensees are not serving alcohol to children.
Division 1 Charlbury v Hook Norton cancelled.
Staff at a sports centre are to keep a diary of antisocial behaviour in a bid to hit back at yobs who vandalised vehicles in the complex car park.
The local elections were the first chance for the electorate to let the Government know what they think about its plans for 'voluntary' ID cards since it forced the issue through Parliament.
This year's May Day closure of Magdalen Bridge in Oxford is described as a success, with only a few jumpers and no injuries (Oxford Mail, May 2).
Tetsworth's Hyron Shallow began the OCA campaign with a bang as he crashed an unbeaten 213 in his side's 93-run victory at Horley in Division 1 on Saturday, In a match reduced to 35 overs a side due to rain, Tetsworth rattled up a massive 330-2, with Shallow in destructive form.
So it was not to be. All the hopes expressed last week that Oxford United would survive to fight another season in the Football League evaporated at 4.50pm on Saturday afternoon.
Champions Didcot Town signed off from the GLS Football Hellenic League with a 5-0 victory over Ardley United at Carterton on Saturday to win their third successive Challenge Cup final.
More than 100 swimmers who fear a swimming pool could close have launched a protest petition.
Oxford Bus Company managers are delighted that its old buses are being used to help schoolchildren in a south east Asian town devastated by the tsunami.
Vodafone has given £150,000 to Oxfam to help avert a crisis in Africa.
The number of pupils cycling to Sandhills Primary School in Oxford has soared since the recent roadworks started on the A40 so it is just as well it has a brand new £20,000 shed to store all the bikes.
Thirty teams will be competing in this year's Abingdon Dragon Boat races on the River Thames on Sunday.
Millions of pounds has been pledged to save two crumbling tower blocks after a study predicted they could be uninhabitable within 30 years.
The new leader of Oxford City Council looks set to be John Goddard after he was confirmed as the Liberal Democrats' group leader at the weekend.
Three teenage boys suffered leg injuries yesterday when a wall collapsed on them at Abingdon Town's football ground as they warmed up for a cup final.
Thousands of football fans poured into the Kassam Stadium to watch one of the most crucial games in Oxford United's history.
Seven people were arrested following a pitch invasion at the end of United's defeat by Leyton Orient.
"We'll be back" that was the defiant message from manager Jim Smith and chairman Nick Merry after Oxford United lost their place in the Football League on Saturday.