AN EAST Oxford couple who had a naked sex romp in a graveyard in full view of grammar school pupils have walked free from court.
FARINGDON residents have been invited to a meeting to help shape the future of the town.
OXFORD Mail snapper Ed Nix is among photographers set to showcase the drama, glamour and excitement of Oxford Fashion Week.
ALMOST 100 community groups including 26 schools have signed up for Oxford’s annual spring clean.
SCRAPPING trusts that dish out cash for environmental projects has been branded “stupid, crass and mad”.
Street pastors will begin patrolling the streets of Abingdon on Friday nights in May to to help drunken revellers stay safe.
PROUD auntie Karen Bamford will run this year’s OX5 for nephew Marcus Hayles so other children don’t have to face his daily battle with cerebral palsy.
INTERNATIONAL college Bellerbys has officially opened its new £10m campus in Oxford.
A FAMILY centre in Oxford said a big thank-you to volunteers over a spot of cake and tea.
PLANS for Bicester to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in style have taken a step forward.
COUNTY MPs have given their verdicts on controversial Government plans to sell off some of England’s publicly owned forests.
WHEN pensioner Meg Barbour’s husband turned into a mumbling stranger, she proved her love really was until death do us part.
PLANS have been submitted for a solar farm at Cornbury Park, near Charlbury, the home of Lord and Lady Rotherwick.
PUPILS at a school for children with emotional and social difficulties have spoken of how it has changed their lives, after praise from inspectors.
Oxford United are among six clubs to have been awarded the Football League Family Excellence Award for the first time.
Oxford United seem to have had fewer suspensions for the accumulation of bookings this season than for many years.
Rotherham United make their first visit to the Kassam Stadium.
OXFORDSHIRE Under 17s broke their duck in the Shires League with a 14-6 victory over Berkshire at Bartholemew School, Eynsham.
New signing Tom Boxer will hope for more of the same when Witney United travel to Flackwell Heath on Saturday as they bid to pull further away from the relegation zone.
IN CASE of a repeat of last month’s massive traffic jam in Headley Way (January 20), during which it took a very long time to get to and from the John Radcliffe Hospital, could not some of our boys in blue high-tail it to the jams using old…
Were you ever a musician in the Royal Air Force? The RAF Music Services Association is looking for new members.
A CORONER has been unable to discover what led to a man falling to his death from the Westgate car park in Oxford.
A MOVEMENT to ‘kill the NHS reform Bill’ is gathering pace in Oxfordshire.
OXFORD have pulled out of Sunday’s Oxfordshire Cup quarter-final against Grove due to a lack of front-row replacements.
MUSIC lovers and artists gathered to celebrate the launch of a new independent record shop.
THE Great Britain heavyweight coxless fours, winners of the 2009 world championships and 2010 World Cup, took time out from their busy Olympic preparations to row with the Abingdon School first eight.
Firefighters were called to tackle a blaze at a home in Frilford last night.
Centre back Jake Wright says Oxford United’s defence will need to stick tight to Adam Le Fondre to stop him punishing them again.
At the business end of the season, that familiar phrase “six-pointer” comes out – and tomorrow’s clash with fourth-placed Rotherham is another of those.
Banbury United manager Billy Jeffrey has applauded the attitude of Jack Ashton ahead of the visit of Halesowen Town on Saturday in the Premier Division.
Didcot Town boss Ady Williams says the superb performance of striker Michael Bartley in their midweek victory at Oxford City can help galvanise their season – starting with Saturday's trip to Bedford Town.
OUR new Chancellor, George Osborne, may not be popular, following his recent VAT rise, but he’s not as unpopular as one of his predecessors.
SO Oxfordshire County Council intends closing the Redbridge recycling centre at the cost of closing and clearing the site.
I am an Oxford University graduate and the son of an Oxford University graduate.
ONLY the heartless would have driven by. He looked so pathetic, lying at the road side, his left leg bent beneath his mud-splattered, naked body, his head twisted at an uncomfortable angle.
I AM definitely getting old. Television’s Grumpy Old Women have got nothing on me, and compared to my daily rants they seem quite a mild-mannered bunch.
Although fully justified, calls from the US and UK governments for the Egyptian people to be granted freedom, justice and democracy have a somewhat hollow and ironic ring when the ethnic-cleansing of Diego Garcia is recalled.
OXFORD Harlequins director of rugby John Brodley says they will follow the old cliché and take it one game at a time this weekend.
COUNTY councillors are planning an inquiry into why Oxford’s seven-year-olds have the worst Key Stage One test results in England.
WE keep hearing about how the county and district councils are so short of money, and the excuses why they have to make cuts, which generally affect those in most need.
PEOPLE in Oxfordshire throw away less rubbish than anywhere else in the country.
THE county’s waste crusaders can feel justifiably proud of themselves at figures showing Oxfordshire recycles more than anywhere else.
THE list of property put up for sale by Oxford City Council makes fascinating reading.
A TEENAGER was last night recovering after getting his arm broken in a violent incident in Abingdon town centre.
CASH-STRAPPED council chiefs are to sell about £10m worth of buildings, including a former public toilet for studio flats.
THE backing from their passionate fans can help push Oxford United to success again this spring, manager Chris Wilder believes.
A FOOTBALL charity which helps homeless and marginalised people is among good causes to benefit from Comic Relief cash.