Saracens dished out an almighty 55-0 beating to Oxford University at Iffley Road on Monday night.
A MAN walked into an Oxford cafe claiming he had a gun and demanded cash.
A CURRY restaurant in Oxford's Cowley Road has been named one of the best in the country.
A 27-YEAR-OLD man today denied trying to stab another man to death in West Oxford.
OXFORDSHIRE is turning on the festive cheer with a flick of a switch as towns across the county light up their Christmas decorations.
A housing company pleaded guilty today to breaching health and safety rules following the death of a worker.
TWO old-fashioned Great Western Railway signals are clearing the way for one of Britain’s biggest Rail modernisation projects.
Drayton Wasps failed to make it 4 wins on the bounce when they dropped 2 points in this thrilling 4-4 draw at Botley on Sunday. Drayton took time to adjust to playing up the hill in the first half and were 2 down after 10 minutes. Drayton came more…
FUNERAL costs, body armour, a roundabout sculpture and almost £350,000 in pension compensation were paid out by Cherwell District Council bosses, new figures show.
People convicted of offences at magistrates courts recently: Morton Morton, 19, of Brome Place, Oxford, admitted driving without insurance and a licence in Fettiplace Road, Oxford, on October 12.
People in Oxfordshire should brace themselves for snow this week, the Met Office has predicted.
IT’S the perfect start to the festive season, and this time the Oxford Mail will be part of the action.
HUNDREDS of cooks descended on Oxfordshire to take part in Britain’s first national jam festival.
Chippenham Tn 4 (Powell 13, Lye 38, Gullick 45, Griffin 61)
Clanfield 1 (Odom 85)
Abingdon Utd 1 (Organ 13)
Colliers Wood Utd 1 (Mottley 73)
Kidlington 3 (Flanagan 13, Quainton 30, Parker 40)
Saracens have named a strong side to face Oxford University at Iffley Road tonight (7.15) - including England Saxons wing Noah Cato.
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Happy Christmas to all the families and the inspirational staff at Oxford’s Silver Star baby unit.
A district councillor said proposals to cut councillor numbers do not go far enough and the whole tier of local government should be scrapped.
A train was delayed at Oxford rail station on Saturday after a passenger was arrested.
FOOTBALLERS observed a minute’s silence to mark the death of a man killed on a busy Oxfordshire road.
“I would swap places with him if I could.”
Ann Woodward’s life fell apart in June when her three-year-old daughter died after battling a rare cancer.
A TEENAGER who hid an “extremely realistic” imitation handgun and a swastika-covered dagger in a field has been jailed.
ANNE Wheeler was one of Oxford’s most successful young swimmers.
COWLEY detectives had a hugely successful football team, remaining unbeaten for nearly two years in their Sunday morning ‘friendlies’.
I suggest readers should refer to the Highway Code or directgov.co.uk for their take on how to use their lights in the fog and not take Mr Attewell’s word for it (ViewPoints, November 17).
So Councillor John Tanner is against the cuts (ViewPoints, November 16).
I, and I assume all Horspath residents, have just had a piece of paper through the letter box about the proposed wind turbine at Horspath.
I recently took a taxi from Oxford Rail station to my home in Kidlington.
THE Morrell’s pub in the St Ebbe’s area of Oxford, with dozens of partygoers pictured outside was definitely the Duke of York - click on the link below to see the photograph.
You know what? I’ll be there, next year, waving my Union Jack flag, sleeping out the night before, scrapping to get the best possible view.
PUPILS at the village primary school took a break from lessons in 1984 to plant 47 trees around the perimeter of the school field. They raised £50 for the project by organising a series of sales.
WHO remembers the Carfax Assembly Rooms in Oxford?
In this day and age, it is sad to say that this country is broken and debt ridden. The people of this once great nation are disillusioned and annoyed.
THIS is the third and final section of a panoramic picture of pupils and staff at Headington Secondary School in Oxford in 1961.
IT IS only right that councillors take a long hard look at their own roles and responsibilities at a time when hundreds of local authority jobs are on the line and vital services threatened.
OXFORDSHIRE motorists are the worst offenders in the country when it comes to environmentally unfriendly new cars.
A 32-year-old man has been jailed for burgling a Headington home.
HUNDREDS of mothers and children treated at a specialist Oxford maternity unit turned out in force at the weekend to say thank you to the people who saved their lives.
OXFORD University students claim to be the “worst behaved in Britain”, according to a new study.
MORE than a dozen asylum seekers are on the run after being reported missing in Oxford – and police need you to help find them.
A Cowley Road curry house was last night named one of the best in the country.
A DREADFUL backpass by Jake Wright saw Oxford United slip to their fifth straight defeat at the Kassam Stadium today.
Chris Wilder has challenged his Oxford United players to prove the critics wrong and turn their season around.
COTSWOLD Line Rail passengers are being reminded that late-night trains will be replaced by buses from next month, due to overnight tracklaying work.