MENTION Henrietta Knight and Jim Lewis in the same sentence and the name Best Mate is not likely to be far away either.
KELVIN Thomas must be wondering why he gave up life in America to become Oxford United’s chairman.
Managers at Oxford hospitals have welcomed Government guidance relaxing restrictions on the use of mobile phones.
Residents in Jericho are stepping up their campaign to raise millions of pounds to buy a former boatyard site.
A CAR club launched in East Oxford to cut down on the number of vehicles on the streets has attracted 64 members in its first six weeks.
More than 200 amateur singers are being offered the chance to take part in a massed choral concert at Oxford’s Sheldonian Theatre.
Many dogs can be taught simple tasks like shaking hands, playing dead or fetching. But for some dogs, the phrase man’s — or woman’s — best friend truly applies.
Plans for a new housing estate north of Oxford have reignited concerns over flooding.
Ralph Leavis pours scorn on animal welfare campaigners who held a vigil for abused animals at the Martyrs’ Memorial, and asks the extremely provocative questions: “Are they really human?” He complains: “But who holds a vigil for Baby P, or…
If the past few months have taught us anything, it surely must be that any involvement of the private sector in essential services means that shareholders pocket the profits and the taxpayer bales them out when corruption, greed or sheer…
An activity centre that was opened specifically for Oxfordshire children is to celebrate its 40th birthday this year.
An installation presenting Oxford ‘in a box’ has gone on display at Oxford Town Hall.
Oxford United this morning released the following statement over the charges of fielding an ineligible player.
Ralph Leavis (Oxford Mail, December 27) castigates people who sing for animals and not for their own kind, and asks: “Are they really human?”