More than 70 people opposing plans to redevelop Oxford's Westgate shopping centre, gathered in the city's Town Hall tonight to discuss ways to fight the developers.
This is the long-awaited statue of an Ox that fans are hoping will see United charging up the table.
North Leigh will hope to bounce back from their midweek defeat when they travel to Shrivenham for a crucial Sport Italia Hellenic League Premier Division clash on Saturday.
A squad of 'super heads' is to be sent into Oxfordshire's under-performing schools in a new bid to improve GCSE results.
A club for the over 60s in East Oxford met for the last time this week after dwindling numbers for- ced it to close.
Oxford City player-manager Justin Merritt has said striker Errol Telemaque will have to learn quickly following his sending off against Paulton Rovers, starting with Saturday's British Gas Business Southern League Division 1 South & West trip to Winchester.
A woman who admitted illegally claiming more than £55,000 in benefits escaped an immediate jail sentence today.
These are the faces of some of the most wanted criminals in Oxford, including a knife-point robber and a shoplifter.
Hundreds of people descended on an East Oxford street to celebrate the flamboyant spirit of carnival.
Two mothers have appealed for donations to help them provide a monthly family event in Oxford.
How kind of Pipa Doubtfire, the head of revenue management at TV Licensing, to clarify that the BBC and not the Government transferred a contract for TV licence fee collection to PayPoint from the Post Office (Oxford Mail, February 21).
With all the recent negative correspondence relating to cyclists in Oxford, one would think that cycle lights, helmets and adherence to the Highway Code would be on the increase, but sadly, many still openly flout the law.
Wow - Home Secretary Jacqui Smith's latest mind-boggling statement says anyone caught carrying a knife will go to prison.
"Cut the pay of council bosses" makes for an arresting and crowd-pleasing headline (Oxford Mail, February 22).
An exhibition aims to show a more contemporary side of work from students at Oxford University's Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art.
Women from all backgrounds and walks of life in Oxford are being brought together for the city's 19th International Women's Festival.
Traders and householders have welcomed a decision to install extra security cameras in Abingdon - just months after a number of them were switched off.
There are just a few tickets remaining for a fundraising disco for a special school tomorrow night.
Darren Patterson admits he feels very lucky to have signed midfielder Jamie Hand.
No-one said picking a Best United XI from the 39 players they have used this season was going to be easy!
Alex Fisher needed 25 stitches in a cut lip, sustained in the 1-0 defeat by Colchester in the quarter-finals of the Football League Youth Alliance Cup at Milton on Saturday.
Chinnor welcome back five players for their trip to relegation-threatened Coney Hill in South West 1.
While the clubbers of Oxford await the grand opening of The Great Room at The Regal with bated breath, the venue opened its doors to The Elite Room and Foyer bar last week, and it was certainly a beguiling taste of things to come.
Printer John Adams will watch the Oxford Mail go to press for the last time tomorrow before retiring after 50 years of loyal service.
This dinky place next to Taylors cycle shop is definitely no-frills but it does the job - and you're sure to be greeted with a smile by owner Kazem Hakimi, who is surely the most cheerful chippy boss in Oxford.
Blues lovers have it very good indeed this week, with a couple of gigs, which prove to be real pair of aces.
As an Abingdon resident, I am naturally concerned about the high number of shops closing in the town centre.
Oxfordshire completed the double over Sussex in their penultimate Division 1C Inter-County match at Radley College.
Two houses were burgled in the same road in Faringdon last week.
Irilut, a winner at the last Dunthrop meeting, near Chipping Norton, is set to return to the course for the Bicester with Whaddon Chase Hunt fixture on Sunday.
Tim Hughes talks to the seemingly jinxed Delays, ahead of their gig in Oxford next month
Oxonian's Neil Hobbs and Chris Edginton won the Frome & District Wheelers two-up ten-mile time trial.
Brendan Murray is on his best behaviour as he talks to Katherine MacAlister about his production paying tribute to the legendary Fats Waller
Ladies: Pull on your legwarmers, ra-ra skirt, scrunchie and fingerless gloves, and lads, get smart-casual in a big-shouldered shiny suit.
Perfect, split-second comic timing is a rare gift.
Patricia Hodge is still the thinking man's crumpet, although I daren't mention this observation to her.
Oxford United have unveiled a new statue outside the ground - of a 4ft bronze ox.
A team of runners which has been inspired by a youngster fighting leukaemia is taking part in the London Marathon.
Half-term found me heading for the West Country - Devon and Cornwall in general, Totnes in particular. I was never a hippie, whatever that was, even though a now long-departed ex-Guardsman landowner described me as such when he saw me tie-less and wearing sandals at Thame Show more than 30 years ago. Nevertheless I enjoy a day in this enduring refuge of the bohemian, the artistic and the wacky.
A search has been called off for a missing man whose car was found near woodland in Oxfordshire.
London mayor Ken Livingstone denied involvement in reporting Tory rival Boris Johnson to police last night over the alleged "illegal removal" of a cigar case from Iraq.
Hundreds of people are tonight expected to pack a meeting organised to discuss the redevelopment of Oxford's Westgate Centre.
A 12-year-old boy has been quizzed over an attempted knife-point robbery.
A lorry driver killed on the M40 yesterday has yet to be formally identified.
It was perhaps inevitable that yob culture which once blighted Rose Hill in Oxford would return after the dispersal order was lifted.
The fact that Oxford City Council struggles to provide value for money to its residents is, perhaps, one of the most predictable revelations of a report into Town Hall performance.
A disabled boy who needs 24-hour care for life after being starved of oxygen when he was born at Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital has won a £5m payout.
Across the county The Warriner School, in Bloxham, was in second place overall, Langtree School, Woodcote was third highest achieving, The Marlborough School, Woodstock, was fourth, and Bartholomew School, Eynsham, was fifth.
Oxfordshire pupils are continuing to perform better than the national average at the age of 14.