Oxford Cheetahs' supporters are rallying in an attempt to save their club from going to the wall, writes ROBERT PEASLEY.
Champion trainer elect Ian Wills is ready to pop the bubbly after stretching his lead over title holder and nearest rival Paddy Curtin last month.
City of Oxford waved goodbye to three stalwarts as they finished their Speedo League campaign.
Witney black belt Imogen Shayler, 14, is on cloud nine after landing four titles in quick succession.
St Edward's, Oxford, are through to the girls' national hockey finals for the second successive year.
All three first-round matches in the Oxford & District League's Atox Cup finished in resounding wins.
Most of the promotion and relegation issues in the Oxford & District League have now been resolved.
Oxford City Stars are determined to get back to winning ways when they take on basement boys Vectis Tiger in the Isle of Wight tonight (6pm).
Oxford Boxing Academy's Peter Buchta (pictured) carries the hopes of the entire Home Counties in the National Novice Class B Finals (under 20 bouts) at the home of boxing, York Hall, Bethnal Green tomorrow.
The likelihood of striker Gary Twigg leaving Oxford United in the January transfer window has increased with widespread speculation that he is looking to move back to his native Scotland.
A man was stabbed in the face in a brutal late-night attack in Oxford city centre.
A gunman was on the loose tonight after threatening a police officer in Didcot.
A prominent animal rights campaigner is in custody accused of waging an arson and blackmail campaign against Oxford University - believed to be in protest against the university's half-built animal testing laboratory.
A house that broke planning rules has been saved from demolition - but the owner of the almost-finished property has been told to make alterations.
A pensioner aged 86 was the victim of distraction burglars who claimed to be checking the water at his home in Uffington.
Henrietta Knight, who trains at West Lockinge, near Wantage, hailed Calgary Bay as her 'next champion' after the gelding opened his account at Cheltenham yesterday.
Technology used to animate characters in Hollywood movies such as Pirates of the Caribbean and Lord of the Rings has been adapted by an Oxford hospital to help people with walking abnormalities.
A patient recently asked a doctor friend of mine if she should have a baby after 35. The doctor answered, quite rightly, no, thirty-five children was enough.
Roger Sammons complained that there was nowhere to park at the Thornhill park-and-ride at Headington, Oxford (Oxford Mail, November 29).
Paving slabs were laid and seats provided at Abingdon recently and they improved the town centre. It was lovely to sit and rest awhile.
Many families will worry how they are going to make ends meet at Christmas. Extra expenses could break the bank for those already struggling with debt.
It's time you gave us a rest from the letters about smoking in pubs. We stopped smoking in shops, cinemas, theatres, hospitals, buses, aeroplanes, libraries and certain restaurants.
Warneford Meadow at Headington, Oxford, should never have been considered as a site for a student village, Meadow safe (Oxford Mail, December 7).
Swimmers, skaters and fitness fanatics are all in line to pay inflation-busting increases as part of a shake-up of leisure charges in Oxford.
Scientists at an Oxford biotech firm are hoping they have made a breakthrough in the search for an effective Parkinson's Disease treatment.
The Salvation Army is calling on the people of Oxford to help make Christmas better for the most vulnerable people in the county.
A children's book written by a grandfather for his disabled granddaughter is raising money for a special school.
Managers of The Big Issue magazine, which is sold by the homeless, are investigating claims of a clash between vendors outside Sainsbury's in Oxford.
Revellers in Oxfordshire are being warned not to take unlicensed taxis after nights out.
Passengers using one of the worst rail services in the country have forced a climbdown from their train operator over delays.
When 10-year-old Jack Constant was told by his mother Lesley that she was seriously ill with cancer he decided something should be done to help find a cure for the disease.
I had a very interesting call this morning from Ian Barnes at Temple Bookbinders in Headington.
A manhunt has been launched after a gunman threatened a policeman outside a school.
A prominent animal rights campaigner is in custody accused of waging an arson and blackmail campaign against Oxford University.
An inquest jury has ruled there was adequate supervision during the school swimming lesson where Nathan Matthews drowned.
Last Sunday, there were Environment Agency Flood Watches on the Thames, Thame, Evenlode, Windrush and Ray, so the majority of angling matches were cancelled and will be fished another day.
Carterton gymnast Maddy Crossley finished a creditable 20th in the National Challenge Cup in Aldershot.
Young karting star Lewis Williams produced a superb performance in his final race of 2007.
Forum A strengthened their hold on top spot in Division 1 of the Oxford & District Table Tennis League with an 8-2 victory over Bicester A.
Oxford's junior table tennis team of Ross Henderson, Chris Smith, Jake East and Matthew Simmons recorded their second victory of the season with a 6-4 win over Leamington.
Lloyd Brock was the hero for Great Tew A as his six off the last ball of the match secured a thrilling one-wicket victory over Westbury in Division 2.
A male nurse who had sex with a 16-year-old patient in a toilet at Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital faces being stopped from working again.
A house in Banbury that contravened planning conditions has been saved from demolition but the owner of the almost-finished property has been ordered to make alterations.
An animal rights campaigner is due in court today charged with waging an arson campaign against Oxford University.
James Clarke is set to be rewarded for his meteoric progress at Oxford United with the offer of a pro contract.
We KNEW the people of Abingdon wouldn't disappoint us.
A judge has criticised the layout of Oxford's Cowley Road after a cyclist was injured avoiding a collision with a bus.