Oxford Harlequins chugged to a bonus-point victory without finding top gear. Here is the numbers' game. See Tuesday’s paper for full report.
CHECK your purse or wallet because it could be you missing out on a fortune.
A CHILDREN’S football club will tell city councillors that plans to bring in car parking charges at an Oxford park could have a “terrible impact” on sport in the area.
Who was Oxford United's Man of the Match at Aldershot?
Tom Craddock drilled in a winner five minutes from time to earn Oxford United a 2-1 win at Aldershot.
Oxford United chalked up their third consecutive away win with a performance full of drive and determination.
Oxford United, looking for a third successive away win, led at half-time against Aldershot Town at the EBB Stadium, thanks to a classic own goal.
YOUNG Josh Campbell-Brakspear is gearing up to make family history by becoming the third generation to excel on the race track.
Mark Creighton has left Oxford United to join Wrexham on a permanent contract.
A DANCER from Bicester is to take to the stage in London after securing a role in the opera Anna Nicole.
A LONG-RUNNING boxing club has thrown open the doors to its new extension.
AN Oxford writer has published a book documenting the colourful street art that adorns the Argentine capital – and has a message for our city’s notorious graffiti artist SOAK.
A 45-year-old man is in police custody on suspicion of armed robbery following a raid in Watlington.
POLICE cars which have crashed or been vandalised on patrol in Oxfordshire have cost almost £180,000 to repair in the past three years.
Vikings E booked their place in the first round of the Oxford & District League’s Aubrey Hughes Handicap Shield with a narrow victory against Bicester D.
A COMMUNITY project which spent £7,000 on new office furniture and computers has been forced to fold just months later for lack of funding.
UK SALES of the Cowley-built Mini rose by more than 10 per cent last year, official figures revealed.
Abingdon GC have received £8,235 from Sport England towards the cost of a new floor area at their Berinsfield training centre.
After two weeks of inactivity due to the bad weather and Christmas holidays, anglers were able to get back on the rivers last Sunday, although extra care was needed with waters swollen by the snow.
A GROUP of “much loved” ducks have been stolen from a home in Oxford.
A DRIVER was cut free from his car following a crash on the Oxford ring road.
AWARD-winning journalist Peter Hitchens said county council plans to abolish funding for almost half of the county’s libraries would see hard-up families barred from the benefits of reading.
BICESTER: Diesel leaked on to the A41 after a car transporter lorry caught fire.
A FAMILY was saved from a carbon monoxide leak thanks to a detector in their home.
Oxfordshire County Council could face a challenge in the High Court over plans to cut funding for youth services and libraries.
The Richard Baker-trained Kates Noblestile goes for her fifth win from five starts in the Richard Whittaker Trophy over 450 metres at Oxford Stadium tonight.
Head coach Ken Forshee, Gareth Endicott and Wayne Fiddes return for Oxford City Stars as they look to make it three wins in a row against Bristol Pitbulls in English National League South Division 1 today.
Michael Peterson has expressed his delight after being crowned ‘King of Cowley’ after finishing champion trainer with an impressive 274 winners last year.
The Angling Trust are to meet Fisheries Minister Richard Benyon to reduce the red tape involved in applying for a licence to control fish-eating birds like cormorants, which cause major damage to the UK’s £3.5b angling industry.
Higher Energy trampolining Club have been awarded the prestigious Gymmark and Clubmark accreditation.
Spanish driver Daniel “Dani” Sordo will strengthen the new Banbury-run Mini WRC Team in the 2011 FIA World Rally Championship.
YOU don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone. It could be a truism applied to the battle to save the county’s libraries.
MEMBERS of Old Marston Parish Council, in Oxford, have vowed to fight plans to close their library.
A PUBLIC meeting is being held to discuss the potential closure of a village library.
HUNDREDS of operations have been cancelled at Oxfordshire’s hospitals because of a severe bed shortage.
“WE HAVE just weeks to save baby Amber’s life and we need your help.”
TWO childhood friends of Oxford teenager Godwin Lawson have told a court they were attacked without warning.
Kidlington could give Anaclet Odhiambo his debut in today’s Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division game against Reading Town after he joined from Abingdon United on loan.
A heartfelt plea in today’s Oxford Mail from the family of leukaemia sufferer Amber.
OXFORD United boss Chris Wilder is among the nominations for the npower Manager of the Month for December in League Two.
PENSIONERS yesterday woke up to find human excrement running down their drive after a drain overflowed.
INGRAM Brian Today darling your 77th birthday. A special day but sad for us. You are missed so much. From your loving family. God Bless xxxx
MURRAY Dennis Happy Birthday 88 and still counting ! With love and best wishes. From all your grandchildren Tom in Australia, Charlie, Eddie, Lucy and Olivia and all the rest of the family xx
DAVIES Marvis Passed away peacefully at Oxenford House, Cumnor, on 31st December 2010, aged 89 years. Wife of John, Mother of Ann, Mother-in-law to Arthur and Gran of Simon. Funeral service to take place at Oxford Crematorium on Thursday 20th…
DORRINGTON Malcolm Peacefully after a short illness on 1st January at Katharine House Hospice aged 66 years. Quaker Funeral Meeting at Sibford Meeting House Thursday 13th January at 11.00 am. Donations to Katharine House Hospice c/o J&M…
DIBSDALL Nigel 07.01 1954 - 09.01 2010 In memory of a loving husband, devoted loving dad, grandad and father-in-law. Sadly left us one year ago. Still loved and missed and never forgotten. Always your loving wife Chris all his the family xxxxxxx
NEILL David 16.02.1951 - 07.01.2003 Dear David, Always in our hearts and minds. Missing you always. Love from all your family. x x x
HUNT IRIS 09 January 2010 Sadly missed. Forever in our hearts. Love John, Nick, Tracey, Lorraine, Bryan, Lauren, Scott, Jody, Ron and Sue xxx
BROWN Carol Six years have passed since you closed your eyes and slipped away. We loved you then, we love you still, we miss you now and always will Love from the family x x x
MULLAGH Peter 'Scamp' 11/07/31 - 09/01/09 2nd Anniversary. Gone but not forgotten. Forever in our thoughts. Wife Anne, Mary, Jackie, Sarah, Pete, Keith, Neil and Grandchildren.