BROOKES University is to recruit a band of student community wardens to bring peace to the streets of East Oxford.
A NEW village hall could be built in Enstone, near Chipping Norton, as part of a housing project.
A GRAND-DAUGHTER looks through albums full of hundreds of postcards sent to ‘my dear little wife’ and ‘my dear son’, sent from France between 1914 and 1917.
A MOTHER from Abingdon is celebrating 20 years of entertaining Oxfordshire’s babies and toddlers with music.
A primary school teacher has today admitted abusing seven of his pupils.
A TEENAGER was killed in a crash near Abingdon this morning.
CHRIS Wilder began to reshape his Oxford United squad, allowing striker Jack Midson to join Southend on loan.
Much as I love American cars, even I have to admit the Cadillac Escalade is like Frankenstein’s monster compared to virtually any other vehicle on the road.
A LANDLORD has criticised police for forcing him to close a beer tent heavily used by Oxford United fans.
CARE homes often have special guests to help entertain residents, but a home near Witney played host to a particularly big one.
YOUNG people with learning difficulties have attracted some top UK talent to a film festival on Sunday.
FIRE chiefs are urging people to stay safe this Bonfire Night and go to organised displays instead of letting off fireworks at home.
Oxfordshire's Frances Houghton and Zac Purchase struck gold for Great Britain in the the World Rowing Championships in New Zealand.
A HELICOPTER was forced to land in a field after experiencing engine problems.
THE funeral of a pub landlady who died on her tropical honeymoon will take place next week.
THE introduction of the new law protecting the rights of agency staff next October is long overdue.
THE boss at Oxford’s Mini plant last night expressed his regret after 140 agency workers were axed at the weekend.
A LANDLORD who unlawfully evicted his tenant has been jailed.
Oxford United believe it’s a case of Better The Devil You Know in the FA Cup this weekend.
Influential forward Matt Payne returns from a jaw injury for Henley Hawks’ National 2 South trip to Canterbury tomorrow.
I know we are in difficult economic times, but there is one easy decision that could spare a lot of the tougher ones.
Didcot Town are set to give a debut to striker Dave Lawrence after signing him from Central Division 1 side North Greenford United.
Expect there to be movement in the transfer market over the next few days.
Oxford United and Burton Albion should know who their opponents are in the next round when they take to the field at Burton on Sunday.
OXVOX have unveiled their latest 12th Man fundraising initiative, a commemorative Wembley promotion mug.
OXFORDSHIRE 2nd suffered an 8-7 defeat at home to Sussex 2nd in their opening Division C match of their County Championship campaign.
I can’t pretend to be surprised to read the letter from various left-wing organisations (Oxford Mail, October 21) calling for opposition to “all cuts in jobs and public services”.
WHAT’S the difference between a housing association and the district council that sets up the housing association?
Pressure group Lighter Later urges us to lobby our MPs to support putting the clocks forward an extra hour throughout the year, i.e. GMT+1hr and BST+1hr (so we’d still change the clocks twice a year).
I am writing to thank you for the article about the St Clement’s car park redevelopment.
ANTI-WAR protesters stormed a job fair at Oxford Town Hall.
OH dear, oh dear... another fine mess I have got myself into!
WITH the Americans’ unrivalled ability to go overboard, Halloween in Florida was sure to be special. Add the ingredient of the mid-term elections and the best advice was to hold one’s breath and expect fireworks.
A FORMER Bicester church minister faces up to 80 years in a United States jail after admitting multiple child sex abuse offences.
This year St Helen's Church, Abingdon will not be waiting for Christmas Eve before decorating the church and and only being open to welcome visitors to its services. Instead the church will be open every Sunday afternoon between 2 - 4pm to invite…
CHARGING to park at Templars Retail Park will go ahead, after city councillors approved the plans.
DISCOVERING the true history of the bones beneath St John’s College has really been a true piece of detective work.
VIKING skeletons buried beneath an Oxford college were the victims of brutal ethnic cleansing 1,000 years ago, archaeologists have discovered.
A MAN was attacked in a city street early yesterday morning.
CUTS to sports funding affecting 19,000 state school pupils in Oxford would be a “huge backwards step”, PE teachers warned last night.
OXFORD United chairman Kelvin Thomas says he has confidence in manager Chris Wilder to give the team “a tweak here and there” to get them back up and running.
MARK Creighton, who is available again after suspension for Oxford United this weekend, insists he’s not a dirty player.
CHILDREN are being urged to sing their hearts out at a music day dedicated to youngsters.
A MAN who stole a woman’s Jack Russell in Oxford says he will kill the dog unless he gets a £150 ransom.
BETTY WEBB Wishes to thank her family and friends for the surprise 90th Birthday party, gifts and cards.
JACKSON Brian 05/11/08 In loving memory of a special Dad who passed away 2 years ago today. We wish that we could see you dad, for just a little while. We wish that we could hug you and see your lovely smile. Theres a place in our heart no one can…
JACKSON Brian 1959 - 2008 Those we love never go away, they walk beside us everyday. We miss you Winks Love Mum, Dad, Dave, Deb, Sue, Aud, Pete, Pauline, Nic and their families xxxx
JACKSON Brian In loving memory of my twin brother Bri, who passed away 2 years ago today. Unseen, unheard but always near. Still loved, still missed and very dear. Love always Audrey, Derrick, Stuart & Robert. xx
HAMPSON Alfred Eric 05.11.2009 One year has passed since you left us Dad but behind a smile there's many a tear. Love and miss you, always in our thoughts. Rest In Peace Sarah, John and boys. xxx