A pulsating game which saw Concords come from 2-0 down to 3-2 up, only for Henley to score a deserved equaliser in injury time. Great to be back playing after 8 weeks! Wantage scorers Luke Ulyatt (2) and Josh Giles. Henley scorers Duncan Toms (2) and…
MORE than £500 was collected for victims of the Haiti earthquake by a fundraising walk in Oxford.
A NINE-year-old girl who was born prematurely following a car crash has launched a battle for compensation.
OXFORD City Council will be urged to put its hand in its pocket and buy the boarded-up Jericho boatyard site in a bid to bring it back to life.
Chris Wilder said every aspect of his team’s game was spot on, making it a nigh-on perfect away display, writes Jon Murray.
STRIKER Matt Green said Oxford United don’t need to worry about rivals Stevenage, just concentrate on doing things right themselves, after their comprehensive 4-0 win at Grays on Saturday.
Oxford United are hoping to resurrect the deal to bring Torquay midfielder Chris Hargreaves back to the club.
CHRIS Payne’s letter (Oxford Mail, January 20), concerning the antics of the police officers carpeted for using their shields as sledges in a light-hearted break during the recent snow, reminded me that such games by officers with a bit of time…
I was interested to read the article published in the Oxford Mail on January 8, about how Oxfordshire County Council only had enough grit to cover the excessive amount of snow on major roads.
A GRIEVING husband has launched a petition to cut the speed limit on a west Oxfordshire road where his wife became the eighth person to die in a decade.
I would like to say how the sight of policemen sledging on Boars Hill made me smile.
A YOUNG father who carried out an act of unprovoked “feral violence” has been jailed for the protection of the public.
LET’S not mock the policemen who had fun in the snow recently by sledging on their shields.
I must admit that I had a chuckle when I saw The Issue in Thursday’s Oxford Mail.
A COMMUNITY is celebrating after winning an 10-year battle to get a rat-run for troublemakers blocked off.
MORE than 3,600 people have backed a campaign to save a “much-loved” Oxford subway.
Summertown deservedly came out on top in a game that threatened at times to be a repeat of the 5-5 draw early in the season. In an even first half Chalgrove twice led through goals from Harry Miners but 2 a piece from the outstanding Horatio Hirst…
Have you ever abruptly woken and, for no good reason, realised your whole life has been a farce? Yeah, me too.
Banbury Utd 2 (Stone 40, 53)
Tiverton Tn 1 (Bushin 80)
IN response to the story about expanding Oxford (Oxford Mail, January 13), my opinion is as follows: Oxford will never be another Swindon because that town has always been the poor relation to Oxford – and probably always will be.
I was disappointed to read Oxford city council leader Bob Price’s comments regarding a lack of Cycling strategy (Oxford Mail, December 17).
A NURSE and community stalwart is to have a new road named in honour of her contribution to life in Littlemore.
A VOLUNTEER group has called for ideas on how to strengthen Chipping Norton’s economy.
North Leigh 0
Thatcham Tn 4 (Rea pen 9, Wallace 32, 58, Johnson 75
CANCER sufferers gathered to ‘hug’ a care centre in Oxford to mark the launch of a new fundraising day.
Wantage Tn 2 (Biddle 61, Austin 81)
SIXTEEN acres of water meadows along the River Thames at Wallingford could be opened up as a nature reserve.
RESIDENTS of North Hinksey and Botley are set to benefit from a 50-point action plan to improve the area over the next 15 years.
Hanney Youth keep on winning!
THE chairman of Thames Valley Police Federation has raised concerns about a money saving deal to pool equipment, staff and police officers with neighbouring forces.
POLICE have revealed that the heavy snow and Arctic temperatures which paralysed Oxfordshire earlier this month also helped to keep criminals at bay.
THE search is on to find Oxford’s finest French baguette.
CHILDREN have been asked to design the 36ft star attraction at Oxford’s biggest bonfire night.
A list of cases recently heard at Oxfordshire's magistrates courts OXFORD
ORGANISERS of Oxford’s largest community clean-up are on course to have their biggest-ever turnout of litter-picking teams.
A hat-trick by Summertown's Dash Ward was not enough in this thriller against home side Didcot who kept coming back to level the scores. Thabelo Mojaki put the North Oxford ahead in the second minute but Didcot replied with goals from Bradley Hammond,…
A PROJECT to rebuild a village hall has been given a £100,000 cash boost.
WHEN a pensioner was unable to pick up her prescription because of the snowy weather, a west Oxfordshire school’s pet pony sprang into action.
Summertown was able to keep pace with Ardington & Lockinge in the first half of each game but Ardington & Lockinge pulled away from Summertown in the second halves with a total of 14 goals. Tommy Dawes scored 2 goals for Summertown in the…
Evidence relating to the death of Government weapons inspector David Kelly is to be kept secret for 70 years, it was reported today.
A doorman is today recovering in hospital after he was stabbed in the chest outside a city centre pub.
WHAT sums up Oxfordshire for you? That is the question people across the county are being asked after the county’s museum staff selected a list of 10 iconic objects for a new project.
Unlucky Thirteen for Summertown in Cutteslowe goalfest