Chris Wilder says he will field his strongest possible side at Barnet today, in respect to the league and in fairness to all the clubs at the foot of the table.
THE woman who won her dream wedding in an Oxford Mail competition this week has thanked her sister for entering her in the competition.
Police have discovered a cannabis factory near the town centre.
A GROUP of Oxford midwives are hoping a daring midnight marathon will help raise money for a breast cancer charity.
James Constable hit a double to bring Oxford United a 2-2 draw at relegation-threatened Barnet today.
The irrepressible James Constable hit a double to break Barnet hearts at Underhill.
VILLAGERS are stunned by a senior councillor's claim that a country lane could cope with lorries if restrictions are put on Wolvercote’s main bridge.
A TERMINALLY ill toddler was guest of honour at the Kassam Stadium on Saturday.
James Constable's 16th goal of the season brought Oxford United back level after they had trailed to an early goal at Barnet today.
CHRISTIANS celebrated Easter Sunday by holding a ‘well service’ at the historic St Margaret's Church, in Binsey, Oxford.
POEMS written by people with mental health problems were performed to hundreds of shoppers in Oxford.
ALLOTMENT holders are being urged to dig for victory after applications were opened for an annual quest to find the best plot of Oxford earth.
FAMILIES helped by a bereavement charity came face-to-face with exotic animals during a trip to Cotswold Wildlife Park.
A NEW charity shop raising money for abandoned cats has opened in Risinghurst.
* Jon Cheshire, 48, of Fernhill Close, Tiddington, admitted possession of cannabis (Class B) in Thame on February 17. Fined £120, £15 victims’ surcharge and £65 costs.
Clanfield 4 (Dickinson 14, Keyes 52, Olphert 70, Bishop 89)
KATY Sweetman, whose husband Jeremy was diagnosed with terminal cancer when she was four months pregnant with their second child, is urging Oxfordshire’s women to help find a cure for cancer this summer.
Kidlington 1 (Parker 40) Witney United 2 (McKeon 5, Tustain 73) WITNEY United ensured their Premier Division status with a hard-fought derby victory at Yarnton Road on Saturday.
The news that more seats are to be provided on Oxford’s bus routes is excellent news in times of high petrol prices and congested roads.
MORE than 150,000 extra bus seats will be laid on in Oxford as part of an overhaul of city services.
Alchester 28, Blue Boar 6
Banbury United’s unbeaten run of four matches came to a juddering halt as Truro City clinched the Premier Division title with a professional display at Spencer Stadium.
BOSSES at Oxford’s only lap dancing club have revealed a deal to move to a new city venue fell through at the 11th hour.
Didcot Town’s Premier League status hangs in the balance after they were held to a goalless draw by Cirencester on Saturday.
North Leigh kept alive their Division 1 South & West play-off hopes with an edgy victory over basement boys Andover at Eynsham Park on Saturday.
A CHEERY wave and they’re off!
STREET parties have been a feature of many Royal occasions in the past, just as they will be later this week for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
SPUD the horse and his young companions were among the visitors to the village fete in 1989. Spud is seen in the first picture, with 10-year-old Annabelle Reid riding him and Debbie Read leading him.
WHEN the churchyard at St Andrew’s Church in Old Headington, Oxford, needed a spruce-up, there was no shortage of volunteers.
I NOTICED that the Woodstock Road into Oxford is being repaired after the recent bad weather.
THIS time of year wouldn’t be the same without a glut of Easter eggs and bonnets.
WE READ that at a county council cuts meeting, Keith Mitchell asked Charles Shouler: “Would you agree that the public as a whole does not have the slightest idea of the scale of cuts we have to make over the next three or four years?” (Protests…
MUSIC lovers got the chance to chill out from the weekend’s sweltering temperatures to the cool sounds of jazz.
SO WILL I be celebrating on Friday? Wearing a stupid Union Jack bowler hat and waving a Union flag, eating wedding-themed food and making wedding themed toasts?
READING the On Yer Bike column in last Tuesday’s Oxford Mail (April 12) I thought James Styring illustrated only too well how he and many cyclists view other road users.
Chinnor 19, Oxford Harlequins 9
OXFORD City Council paid out thousands of pounds to have the small square recycling bins made.
I AGREE with John White (Oxford Mail, March 31) that school children should learn about the world’s major religions, including Christianity.
I WOULD like to encourage readers to have a tea party next Wednesday to help raise vital funds for Diabetes UK.
SAYING sorry is not easy. A fresh start is needed in politics – and that means learning to say sorry more and to stop arguing and blaming each other so much.
Oxford City twice let slip the lead as they ended their home campaign on a low note as Leamington sealed their Premier Division play-off berth.
Ryan Clarke was delighted with a shut-out on his 100th appearance for Oxford United.
The ambulance is the glue which holds together the NHS’s most important services, getting seriously-ill patients to the right place as quickly as possible.
HIS job is one of the most historic in Oxford and serves as a cornerstone of our democratic system.
AMBULANCE staff fear £30m set to be slashed from their budget over the next five years will affect patient care.
Teachers from the county are set to back a national strike over changes to pensions, a union leader said today.
Temperatures are predicted to hit 20C again today before the unseasonal heatwave comes to an end with a return to April showers.
LEVELS of air pollution in Oxford soared above Government safety levels during the hottest Easter weekend for 30 years.
COUNCILLORS could raise more than £170,000 a year and keep eight libraries open if they gave up free parking at County Hall, claims a library campaigner.