CRICKET MINOR COUNTIES CHAMPIONSHIP Western Division: Oxfordshire 262 (C Sandbach 47, J Hewitt 39, R Kaufman 35, F Vainker 32, R Crick 3-32, J Hibberd 3-53), Wiltshire 128-2 (J Vince 74no).
OXFORD United have paid tribute to former goalkeeper Tim Carter, who has been found dead.
OXFORDSHIRE'S Bradley Smith endured a frustrating afternoon at yesterday's British Grand Prix, finishing tenth in the 125cc class on his Polaris Aprilia.
East Ilsley trainer Hughie Morrison was at a loss to explain Sakhee's Secret's flop behind shock 33-1 winner Kingsgate Native in the Golden Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot.
Eve Johnson Houghton was delighted with Beaver Patrol's terrific effort to finish second to 20-1 shot Big Timer in the Wokingham Stakes at Royal Ascot on Saturday.
Oxford's third annual Mela, an event celebrating the city's cultural diversity, was today hailed a great success.
Hundreds of renewable energy lovers embraced wind technology in an unusual world record attempt in Watchfield, near Faringdon.
Protesters opposed to plans to build an eco-town near Weston-on-the-Green spelled out the word 'No' in human form in a bid to make their opinions heard today.
A man has been released on bail by police after a disturbance at a Kidlington retirement home.
SATURDAY'S RESULTS 7.25: 1 TIME FLYER 4-1, 2 Spike Preview 5-1. Trio: (2x3x1). Trainer: Wills. Mindies Dream (4) 6-4 fav. Time: 27.71.
Drayton Road in Abingdon reopened this morning following a three-vehicle collision last night.
It was largely disappointing fare for the hosts as Oxfordshire finally began their MCC Western Division campaign against Wiltshire at Challow & Childrey yesterday.
Seamer Jack Brooks starred with 5-46 as Oxford bounced back to winning ways with an emphatic six-wicket win over lowly Falkland at Roman Way.
Banbury's hopes of breaking into the title race were shattered by a six-wicket defeat at leaders High Wycombe.
Skipper Shahbaz Ali's six-wicket haul couldn't save basement boys Kidlington from a 149-run hammering by Basingstoke & North Hants at Stratfield Brake.
Thame Town crashed to a seven-wicket defeat against a well-organised and disciplined Farnham Royal at Church Meadow.
Division 1 Minster Lovell 144 (J Hunt 40, B Carter 30, K Duester 3-12, A Glass 3-15), Charlbury 147-8 (I Widdows 58, C Morgan 3-38, S Cross 3-45).
Matt Launchbury produced another virtuso display by smashing 147 not out to steer Marcham to a four-wicket victory over Oxford Caribbean in Division 1 of the OCA League.
Two thousand Oxfordshire ladies looked pretty in pink at the county's final Race for Life event today.
It must be at least a month since I saw or read of council waste of our tax money. Here goes . . .
Your correspondents on the topic of young people's behaviour have some facts wrong. There is not a 'no smacking' law.
London Place, St Clement's, Oxford, with its terrace of Georgian houses, must have some architectural value, yet builders have raised a scaffold, taken the chimney pots off one home and capped them.
Among the people I work with, there are those who live in daily terror of being imprisoned at such centres as Campsfield Detention Centre at Kidlington.
I would be very grateful if our city and county councillors of all parties would answer the following questions: 1. How much money is being charged to those responsible for the skips that are taking up valuable resident parking spaces?
I refer to your article on Aunt Sally (Oxford Mail, June 7).
I am delighted that city councillors Bob Price and Bob Timbs are working with service managers at Hinksey Pool to put in place procedures that will help eliminate, or greatly reduce, the need to queue for admittance on warm days (Oxford Mail, May 23 and…
I am grateful to the Oxford Mail for drawing attention to the arrival last Monday of the coffins of the five brave soldiers who died recently in Afghanistan.
This year's Cowley Road Carnival parade is set to feature everything from drumming troops, to giant puppets, to salsa dancing.
Banbury drum teacher Ian Aguado-Bush plans to throw himself off the roof of Oxford United's Kassam Stadium.
Thousands of music lovers descended on a tiny field in Charlbury for this year's Riverside Festival.
A gang of four drunks who broke a man's nose in a street fight outside an Oxford nightclub have failed in a bid to shorten their jail terms.
Chiltern Railways' reliable services are proving a big draw for passengers, according to new rail industry figures.
Children were given the chance to learn about blindness and the effects of the sun on the eyes in a day of events at an Oxford primary school.
When a devastating earthquake hit the Sichuan province of China just a couple of weeks before an Oxfordshire man planned to visit the country, everyone assumed he would cancel his trip.
Three failed asylum seekers who fled Campsfield House detention centre are still at large.
Police have launched a murder inquiry after the disappearance of a Banbury-born teenager.
Firefighters were called to a fire in Kibble Close, Didcot, at 1.30pm today.
The Government's floods recovery minister John Healey has promised families who are still out of their homes after last summer's flooding they will not be hit with council tax bills.
Firefighters were called to a car fire in Van Dieman's Road, Thame, shortly before midnight last night.
A former Oxford United goalkeeper has been found dead in Manchester.
Former Oxford United goalkeeper Tim Carter has been found dead in Manchester.