Been Christmas shopping.
We have heard of rail passengers being delayed by the wrong kind of snow or leaves on the line - now a train has been brought to a standstill by a pigeon.
A motorist was in a serious condition tonight after being rescued from wreckage by firefighters, following a three-car collision near Banbury.
A teenager has been jailed for two years after admitting attempted robbery and intimidating a witness.
A man who subjected a 15-year-old girl to a "terrible ordeal" by grabbing her in an Oxford alleyway and trying to pull her skirt down has been jailed indefinitely.
What a disappointment that our council staff have to spend so much time, money and energy cleaning up graffiti (Oxford Mail, October 27).
A speed limit of 40 to 50mph will be in force on the A34 Oxford western bypass while an ageing viaduct is replaced.
With reference to the recent correspondence about Waterstock Golf Course, it is thought provoking that there has not been one letter agreeing with Oxfordshire County Council or Waterstock Parish Meeting in pursuing Wyatt Brothers through the court.
Thousands of people are expected to head to South Park in Oxford tomorrow evening for the annual Round Table fireworks display.
Police are talking to villagers in Great Milton tonight as the hunt continued for a man who raped a teenager in a graveyard.
Campaigners who want to see speed limits in streets across Oxford lowered to 20mph are to meet council bosses on Monday.
You report how a mother was fighting for justice for her five-year-old daughter, who was sexually assaulted on a local estate (Oxford Mail, October 12).
No decision on Jim Smith's future as Oxford United manager is expected before the middle of next week.
This year's Oxford Playhouse panto will be the family favourite Aladdin.
Heroes of the July floods from the Red Cross have been presented with awards to honour their efforts.
Coroners have almost cleared the backlog of military inquests that forced Oxfordshire families to endure the longest waits in the country to find out how their loved ones died.
"I'm handcuffed to a fence in Mississippi. My girlfriend blows a boozy goodbye kiss. I see flying squirrels and nightmares of stigmata... Everything is peaches but the cream."
The gig started badly with some of the band tripping on to the stage.
Youngsters at a Cowley school are setting their sights on Formula 1 racing - on a miniature scale.
Residents who claim they have had just three mail deliveries since the beginning of October are demanding to know why.
Celebrity zoologist Desmond Morris has added his voice to the protest against plans to destroy an Oxford boatyard.
Police have described a major operation to target Halloween yobs in Oxford as a success.
An Oxfordshire support team is playing a crucial role in a major international project to predict when the North Pole ice cap will disappear.
Young Joshua Merrett's first light continuous kickboxing title fight ended in disappointment with defeat at Bracknell.
Stuart Capel bagged a brace of gold medals as the FWC Oxford Club hosted a special national competition to celebrate 30 years of FWC Kung Fu in the UK.
City of Oxford came away with an impressive haul of gold medals from the ASA National Masters Championships at Ponds Forge, Sheffield.
Witney A's title hopes were dented as they lost their 100 per cent record in the Gentworks Oxford & District League, writes DAVID WHITE.
A £60,000 appeal to celebrate a football club's centenary has been kicked off with a £1,000 donation from a local businessman.
Berinsfield bantamweight Danny Reed blasted his way through to the semi-finals of this year's ABA Novice Junior Championships by stopping Essex rival Richard Haynes inside two rounds.
Former Spartan Rangers footballer Bob Marchbank raised more than £1,100 towards the club's appeal for Guide Dogs for the Blind.
New Club increased their lead at the top of Division 1 to three points after a 2-1 victory at Fieldside in the Oxford & District League.
A clampdown on flyposting could hit farmers' markets.
A team from Witney who scaled the three highest peaks in England, Wales and Scotland in challenging conditions raised £8,000 for charities.
Youngsters from Magdalen College Junior School, Oxford, added to their trophy tally this season with a double success at the Aldro Schools Tournament.
Three gymnasts, from a Thame-based club, won silver medals for Great Britain at the European Acrobatic Championships in Holland.
Cherwell brought home an impressive haul of medals from the Oxfordshire Invidividual apparatus final, held at the Phoenix Gym in Maidenhead.
Will Skaife faces a late fitness test as Oxford City Stars visit Peterborough Islanders in English National League South Division A tomorrow.
Ann Price has just completed a remarkable 50-years service to Great Milton Cricket Club - and she has no plans to stop now.
Reigning champions Sandford St Martin made an impressive start to the defence of their Oxfordshire Indoor League title with two convincing victories at Blackbird Leys Leisure Centre.
Jamie Jennings bagged a four-wicket haul for Marston St Lawrence as they beat Preston Capes A by 19 runs in Division 3 of the Banbury Indoor League.
Tony Gorman and Arun Jogi both scored their first maximums of the season as Bicester A mauled Lord Nuffield B 8-2 in Division 1 of the Oxford & District League.
In more than 30 years of covering greyhound racing, I have never seen two dogs with the same trap number in a race.
Richworth Linear Fisheries, one of the top carp fisheries in the country, are closing one of their lakes at Stanton Harcourt, Oxlease, writesAndy Webber.
BMW's UK finance director has been jailed for six weeks for lying to police after being clocked at 101mph on Oxford's Eastern by-pass.
The first match in the Oxford Carp Winter League kicked off on Sunday at Drayton Leasure with almost a full house of 18 anglers taking part.
Headington pleasure angler Chris Luckett flew over to the Canary Islands for a holiday and decided to have a day's boat fishing.
Last week was an important milestone for the theatre – we held our first proper exhibition. For those who know Pegasus, you’re probably wondering how we managed to achieve this feat without an exhibition space! Entitled Offstage, this exhibition by…
The woman who died in a car crash outside a village near Wantage earlier this week has been identified.
One driver was taken to hospital suffering from a serious leg injury last night following a head-on collision on the A4130 between Didcot and Wallingford.
Our first Halloween went off reasonably well.