Stagecoach is raising its fares by an average 6.5 per cent amid soaring diesel costs, in a move matching the Oxford Bus Company.
Archaeologists excavating a mass grave in the grounds of an Oxford college uncovered what could be a monument dating back 5,000 years.
Claims that high house prices in Oxford were behind Royal Mail's decision to close the city's main sorting office and relocate to Swindon have been dismissed.
Campaigners today welcomed plans to introduce 20mph limits on residential roads across Oxford.
Ten firefighters had an unusual rescue today after a dog got himself in a prickly predicament.
Supermarket chain Lidl's plan for a store in the town faces rejection by councillors.
THE Territorial Army has taken Carl Alford to two of the world's war zones.
Oxfordshire will have a more youthful look when they face Shropshire in the Minor Counties Championship Western Division at Whitchurch starting on Sunday.
A man killed a father-of-two by stabbing him in the neck with a 6in filleting knife outside an Oxford pub, a court heard, today.
Clanfield, which was virtually cut off for three days in last summer's floods, is holding a party to commemorate the event.
Oxford City endured a nervous final match before edging to a 5-4 victory over North Oxford B in Ladies Division 1 of the 3-Pair League.
Home Counties Premier League Banbury have secured the signing of Wiltshire's opening batsman, Damien Shirazi.
North Oxford will be hosting Group 2 tennis next week.
Oxford United's car park could double-up as a motorcycle test centre if plans are given the go-ahead.
Oxfordshire's men will try to put last year's embarrassment behind them in Group 7 at Beckenham.
It's all-change for women's tennis in Oxford- shire.
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Didcot Town have signed former Oxford United striker Neville Roach from British Gas Business Southern League rivals Uxbridge.
SATURDAY CRICKET HOME COUNTIES PREMIER LEAGUE Div 1: Oxford v Reading, Falkland v Banbury.
A community has called for the removal of an experimental £60,000 anti-erosion barrier which they claim has left the Thames towpath dangerously narrow.
A legal loophole which stopped drivers getting parking tickets in an Oxford street has prompted a complaint from residents.
Oxford Cavaliers will be looking to strengthen their play-off push when they visit bottom club Swindon St George in the RL Conference South West and Midlands division tomorrow.
Sporty girls brought fancy dress to the streets of Bicester to help disaster relief.
West Oxford will become a circus this weekend as Fun Day organisers bring all the thrills and spills of the big top to Botley Park.
John Smith, a long-serving stalwart of Oxfordshire rugby, has died aged 75.
Witney's first book festival has been announced, with a line-up of up-and-coming authors and established local writers.
An area of East Oxford is set to clear its streets - so members of the community can sit down for a meal together.
Welsh winger Pete Davies is looking forward to a new challenge after leaving Oxford Harlequins to rejoin Henley Hawks.
An innovative scheme to give germs like MRSA and clostridium difficile "barcodes" to try to track the sources of infection is being piloted at Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital.
THE CREAM of world music descends on an unlikely corner of Wiltshire this month, for one of the loveliest festivals of the summer.
Witney's longest serving shopkeeper, Elvira Delnevo, has died.
The idea of Oxford's two universities joining forces to form a giant new seat of learning has been floated by Jon Snow, the retiring Chancellor of Oxford Brookes University.
Polite, friendly and civilised, Cornbury's has portrayed itself as a fine weekend in the country - with bands.
As you rightly point out (Oxford Mail, July 11), when it comes to altering services as fundamental as rubbish collections, consultation with residents is paramount.
I was disgusted and horrified to see the photograph of a terrified calf jumping into the crowd at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain (Oxford Mail, July 11).
You report that work on the Westgate redevelopment scheme in Oxford "was delayed in March as developers waited on the result of Oxford City Council's application for a compulsory purchase order for surrounding land" (Oxford Mail, July 11).
Old Father Thames keeps rolling along, down to the mighty sea as he has done for millennia.
It was Tuesday, the morning on which the Sentencing Guidelines Council announced stiffer penalties for those causing death by dangerous driving. As I made my way down the M40 towards Oxford, I listened on the radio as the council's spokesman made it…
Oxfordshire has been awarded extra Government money for communities still affected hit by last year's flooding.
If you don't already know the meaning of a "donkey punch", you certainly will by the blood-soaked conclusion of Olly Blackburn's lurid, sex and drug-fuelled thriller.
Two Eddie Murphys are no better than one.
The technical wizards at Pixar dispel the myth that size matters in their latest computer animated fable.
As some of his collection of Narnia books goes under the hammer, Andrew Ffrench talks to Walter Hooper about his work helping to keep the memory of CS Lewis alive
Katherine MacAlister is bitten by the organic bug as she checks out a new eaterie in the city
Katherine MacAlister talks to Hilary Kay as she prepares to bring a sneak peep behind the scenes of the Antiques Roadshow to Oxford
Animal Farm may not seem an obvious choice for Oxford's Creation Theatre Company, the Shakespeare specialists. But then Creation likes to keep us on our toes. Katherine MacAlister speaks to director Joanna Read about why, where and how its being staged
Ben McKechnie finds the Friday Fiesta at Que Pasa difficult to sum up