Under 14 A League
A toddler who died in hospital was tonight named as 22-month-old Tayler Mason.
THE principal of an Oxford school which was became an academy said improvements welcomed by Ofsted were only the beginning of a ‘great future’ for the institution.
Collisions on the A40 and M40 caused traffic problems today.
A teenager was detained by police after he climbed over a barrier on a footbridge crossing Oxford's Eastern Bypass.
LIVE music, an art auction and cakes baked in Lancashire were all on show in East Oxford to raise funds for victims of the Pakistan floods.
‘Well they look like the same players’, mused Quarry’s ever-puzzled management, collective brows wrinkled as a pickled granny. Not known for their thinkage they are still staring slack-jawed at the squad photo trying to understand what happened.
STATE-of-the-art technology combined with the latest green thinking have landed major awards for Oxfordshire architects.
After a two week break, Ardington were looking to get back into the season with a win. The game started evenly with both sides finding it difficult to find their feet. It was five minutes in when Joseph Flanangan jigged his way through Marston's defence to slot home the opener. Despite taking the lead Ardington failed to press home the advantage and shortly after Marston equalised with a left foot strike from the edge of the area. Ardington then went behind long ball when confusion between the defence and goalkeeper led to the ball being played blind for Marston to hammer the ball into an empty net. An Ardington team that looked jaded all game was again punished when a long ball dissected the defence and conceded again. A late effort from Flanagan hit the post, but this 3 - 1 defeat is a long way from the performance given at Quarry a fortnight ago.
A LIST of the people convicted of offences at magistrates' courts around the county recently
UNIVERSITY students and staff are being encouraged to grow their own fruit and veg on newly created allotments.
THE Harry Potter craze could be why two barn owls have been stolen from their aviary in Wheatley.
A YOUNG chef suffered a seizure and a blood clot on his brain after an unprovoked attack with a rounders bat.
Letcombe 1 (Brind 68)
Wantage Tn 3 Shone og 83, Rowe 93, Claydon 113)
A COMMUNITY room on a North Oxford estate is still locked to residents four years after it was built.
YESTERDAY, the county fell silent at 11am to remember the fallen of the two World Wars and other conflicts.
CHEMISTRY lessons at the old Oxford ‘Tech’ were not the most popular among pupils.
THIS was the day that all the fun of the fair came to an Oxford street.
Abingdon United 1 (Haysham 86)
North Leigh 1 (Flockton og 22)
Windsor & Eton 1 (Pearce 50)
Didcot Town 0
United fell to a fourth successive defeat but could find some positives from their League Two defeat by Rotherham.
Oxford City 3 (McIlwain 13, Steele 53, Kington 90+2)
THIRTY children from Marlborough School and Woodstock Primary School volunteered to act as guides to school parties visiting Blenheim Palace in 1970. Carol Greenwood, Gary Charlett, Steven Branwell and Andrew Merritt are seen making notes about trees and other landmarks in the grounds.
HUNDREDS of people flocked to Oxford Town Hall to enjoy wrestling.
I am, without question, one of the most dirty, disgusting, lice-riddled individuals anyone could ever have the misfortune to meet, and if I were you, a person you’d do well to avoid...
I WROTE recently (ViewPoints, October 22) regarding the blue bin waste scheme that was coming into operation in Oxford and asked if all the bins and boxes were going to be recalled and recycled to get some money back, after all the thousands of pounds had been wasted.
THE reintroduction of speed cameras (Oxford Mail, November 3) got me thinking, why?
SO the speed cameras are being brought back into use.
ON THE weekend of October 22-25 a group of 56 Oxfordshire Scouts, Cubs and leaders set off for an adventure weekend held at PGL’s activity centre in Liddington, Wiltshire.
County council Leader Keith Mitchell (Oxford Mail ViewPoints, November 5) reveals his ideological dogma.
AS A fireman you’d expect Ben Kelsey to be a bit of a hunk. But the strongest man in Britain?
Ray Godfrey returned to Witney to lay a wreath more than six decades after first joining up as a teenage soldier.
FOR 95 years after Alexander Wallace was killed on the Western front, his family have known nothing about his life or death.
THIEVES brazenly walked off with a rare first edition of the first Harry Potter book worth nearly £6,000 from an exhibition.
A BABY is dead after being taken to the Horton Hospital with injuries and two people have been arrested.
Oxford United boss Chris Wilder is convinced his three new signings have improved the side – and now the hard work begins this week in trying to develop some understanding.
AN athlete who competed in this summer’s Disabled Commonwealth Games in India – while suffering a bout of ‘Delhi Belly’ – is being honoured by his hometown by switching on its Christmas lights.
CHARITIES that help support refugees, cut Oxford’s carbon footprint and distribute food to the homeless were among the organisations honoured at a special awards ceremony.
THREE people lost their lives in road accidents in Faringdon, Bicester and Banbury over the weekend.
TRUMPESS Evelyn Kathleen Passed away peacefully on Thursday 11th November 2010 at John Radcliffe Hospital, aged 85 years. Loving and loved Mother of Anne and David, Mother in law of Brian and Jill, Grandmother of Laura, Rebecca and Michael. Reunited at last with her beloved Bernard. Funeral service will be held on Friday 19th November at 10.00am Oxford Crematorium. Family flowers only by request.
HOWARD Mitchell 10 today Double figures at last! Love Nan and Grampy
ELYSE WAGER We knew you were a style diva! With lots of love, hugs and kisses Mummy, Daddy, Avril and Adele xxxx