Didcot Tn 3, Burnham 1 Didcot went second in the BGB Southern League Division 1 South & West after defeating fellow promotion chasers Burnham.
CRAIG McAllister made a dream return to Oxford United's attack by scoring in just 51 seconds at Plainmoor last night.
Jurors were today shown CCTV footage which places the man accused of murdering two squatters in a fire in Oxford close to the scene on the night of the blaze.
Curators of a graveyard are trying to preserve the memory of two boys who died in a skating accident 180 years ago.
About 1,400 homes were left without electricity today after a lorry pulled down high-voltage cables in Ascott-under- Wychwood.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a brutal attack in broad daylight which is thought to be linked to mounting gang rivalry in East Oxford.
A couple left in limbo on board the cruise liner Van Gogh are relieved to be home after days of "frustrated trauma".
Slade Farm United won the first silverware in their short history with a 2-0 victory over fellow Division 1 side Ruscote in the Banbury District & Lord Jersey Mid Oxon Cup final.
A dentist who lied about his surgical experience before giving a lecture to a room packed with Oxford graduates and surgeons can now return to work.
Combe bolstered their Division 2 promotion chances with a 6-0 victory over Southrop.
Rehearsals for RJ - a musical based on Romeo and Juliet. Photography by marcbrome.com
Rehearsals for Thoroughly Modern Millie. Millie (Hayley Bater) and Miss Dorothy (Laura Chaitow) in front
Cast members perform RJ, a rock musical based on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Photography by marcbrome.com
A group photo of the cast of Annie Get Your Gun in 1992
Clare Denton, daughter of Rod and Barbara Denton who helped start the society, and a group of boys from the cast of Bugsy
Iain Johnston (left) and Andy Cannon, with members of Musical Youth Company of Oxford at The Oxford Playhouse.
Icknield Community College (Watlington) ended a 21-year wait for glory with a dramatic penalty shoot-out victory over St Birinus (Didcot) in the Vale of White Horse Under 13 Cup final at Letcombe.
Number 13 was not unlucky for the Vale of White Horse when they opened their four-match programme at the annual English Schools' FA Festival on the Isle of Wight with a 4-1 victory over Mid-Somerset on Monday.
Members of the production team - director Guy Brigg, managing director Julie Todd, chairman Ian Ritchie, costume manager Sarah White and committee member Tess Blenkinson
Costa Cambanakis (left) and his younger brother Freddie in a production of Pirates of Penzance (Broadway version) in 2005
Tower Hill stayed on course for the Giles Sports Witney Youth Under 13 A League title with a hard-earned 3-0 victory against Chipping Norton Town Swifts.
Hayley Bater as Millie in this week's performance of Thoroughly Modern Milllie
AFC Hinksey virtually wrapped up the RT Harris Oxford City FA title by winning 5-1 at home to Great Milton thanks to a fantastic foursome from Tobias Webster and a single from the consistent Gavin Preston.
Hailey booked their place in the semi-finals of the Witney & District FA Senior Cup with a 3-0 win against fellow Premier League side Hanborough.
For two decades youngsters have been bitten by the acting bug thanks to the Musical Youth Company of Oxford (MYCO).
Wootton & Dry Sandford got a vital point in their battle to beat the drop from the North Berks League's Division 1 when holding title-chasing Lambourn Sports to a 1-1 draw.
Oxford Mail Girls' League Hannah Godin hit a hat-trick for Kidlington in their clash with Banbury - but it was not enough as her side slipped to a 4-3 defeat in the Under 12 League.
Ronnie Williams hammered a five-timer as Premier Division leaders Rover Cowley racked up the first double figure tally of the season with a 10-2 thrashing of relegation-haunted Wat- lington in the Oxfordshire Senior League.
Mum-of- two Lorna Rivers always thought she was careful when it came to protecting her identity.
A 30-year-old man has been arrested after a 15-year-old girl was dragged into a car and abducted by two men in Oxford on Sunday.
An April Fool's Day administrative error has seen an elderly husband and wife undergo an unwanted 'sex swap' on their new bus pass identity cards.
Last June, as Tracy Dixon's husband Paul lay in the JR undergoing gruelling cancer treatment, she joined 8,000 other women in running five kilometres for the Cancer Research UK Race for Life.
A new community facility should be built on the site of Cowley Community Centre, it has been recommended.
Blackbird Leys in Oxford is to get three new Police Community Support Officers.
After dislocating his neck in a snowboarding accident and 'dying' three times, you could be forgiven for thinking Tom Nabarro should be worrying about more than his looks.
Kim Abrey has never pulled a pint in her life - but that will not stop her taking charge of an Oxford pub this week.
How many managers have Oxfordshire County Council and Oxford City Council?
We understand Wai Ming Lee's concerns about privacy (Oxford Mail, March 29) and as a result of his helpful suggestions to us, we have reduced the amount of information we send out in renewal e-mails. In fact,the key safeguards the passenger.
While it was great to see your article celebrating the 20th anniversary of Headway, the Oxford brain injury support group (Oxford Mail, April 2), I would like to mention what appear to be the forgotten long-term coma patients.
Like most people in this country, I usually take what Labour ministers say with a truck full of salt.
Police swooped on a brothel operating mere yards from an Oxford primary school today.
Christopher Bartram, a former college lecturer and county, district and town councillor for Witney, has died at the age of 84.
Four teenagers and one man have been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm following a fight in James Street, in East Oxford, yesterday.
A woman killed in a car crash has been named this morning.
Last night’s Ladies’ Day rehearsal lacked a little something. The words. Not having rehearsed for a week and getting over a severe bout of man ‘flu I was probably the main suspect. However in over thirty years (Thirty years!!) of amateur dramatics…
Burglars struck three times in as many days in Grove escaping with a hoard of cash, computers and a car.
Around 20 firefighters battled with a house fire in Thame in the early hours of this morning.