HOOPER Paul and Sarah Have great pleasure in announcing the birth of their son, Joshua Andrew Jack, born on 7th June 2011. A brother for Imogen.
BURFORD residents are fighting a new bid to put up 15 homes close to them – saying a similar development was a “nightmare”.
ONE of Oxfordshire’s biggest secondary schools has improved to ‘outstanding’ as its popularity “increased noticeably”, said inspectors.
Greencroft Lulu, runner-up in her last two outings over the four bends, can go one better at Oxford tonight.
A CHARITY is to open a residential school in Oxfordshire for some of the most vulnerable children in the county and the south of England.
MOST men contemplating retirement might consider more time on the golf course – but born-to-be-wild Steve Wilson chose to roar across Africa on a 1950s mean machine.
BETHAN Morris was only six when her mum Michele died of a rare form of cancer — but she knows she would have been proud to see her take part in this month’s Race for Life.
WHICH of these gates do you think should be used to take fallen soldiers from RAF Brize Norton when repatriations are moved to Oxfordshire?
DRIVERS are failing to spot a new roundabout that has been the site of two serious collisions, one of which left people paralysed, an ambulance chief has warned.
MEMBERSHIP of Barton Leisure Centre has more than trebled following a makeover.
AT first glance, Aspire seems to be a thriving social enterprise scheme, with workers engaged in businesses from gardening and construction to growing and even selling recycled goods at the county’s markets.
BICESTER’S Conservation Area could be expanded to give more of the town greater protection from planning proposals.
Police are appealing for witness after two elderly women were robbed.
A JUSTICE charity said an Oxfordshire grandfather wrongly imprisoned in Peru for drug smuggling was held in “appalling conditions”.
James Fitzjohn returned remarkable figures of 5-2 as Cumnor B thrashed Witney Swifts by 87 runs in Group D of the Oxfordshire Under 15 Club Championship.
Reigning champions Cumnor booked their place in finals day of the Under 13 Ron Maudsley Trophy after a five-run win over Westbury.
Freeland maintained their 100 per cent record in the Oxfordshire Under 15 Girls League with a 117-run win at Charlbury.
Oxfordshire Under 12s fell to a 188-run defeat against a powerful Middlesex side at Radley College.
Oxfordshire Under 15s saw their ECB County Cup match washed out in Wiltshire after they had put themselves into a very strong position.
ORGANISERS of September’s Oxford Half Marathon last night insisted it would go ahead, despite concerns from runners.
Lyreen Mover, last year’s Derby runner-up, is being aimed at next week’s Betfred Pall Mall at Oxford.
CHIPPING Norton driver Alice Powell collected some useful points in testing conditions at rounds seven and eight of the Formula Renault UK Championships at Oulton Park, Cheshire.
THREE rising stars from Oxfordshire have scooped prestigious bursaries from the Jaguar Academy of Sport.
ENZO Thessieu claimed the swimmer-of-the-match prize for victories in the 9 & under boys’ 25m breaststroke and butterfly as Witney SC won round one of the Milton Keynes Junior League at Leighton Buzzard.
BURFORD School’s first team were given a lesson in batting as they hosted MCC for the first time in their history.
JOSH Cox (pictured) has qualified for the Under 17 European Championships after striking gold in Austria.
Banbury golfer Gary Boyd shot a second-round 65 to stand only two-shots off the lead after two rounds of the Italian Open in Turin.
JASON Plato, from Oxford, had a dramatic victory and a second place at the fourth round of the British Touring Car Championships at Oulton Park.
HORSPATH’S Rachel Edge is recovering in Oxford’s John Radcliffe hospital after she suffered a bad injury at the Welsh Junior Open at Newport.
A TAXI driver was punched, racially abused and threatened with a knife in East Oxford.
THREE members of the Oxford Sport & Traditional Martial Arts club won medals for England at the World Seniors and Veterans Championships in Italy.
TWENTY-TWO matchmen travelled over to Ridgeway to fish the latest Carp League 2011 match and it was the white lane which produced the first five top weights, while the blue lane was a real struggle, writes ANDY WEBBER.
Two elderly women were knocked to the ground by a robber who snatched their handbags in Iffley.
Today is proud day for a select group of Oxfordshire community stalwarts.
JUNKIES are getting high and drug dealers are conducting business in betting shops across East Oxford and Cowley, police have said.
THE attention in the ring turns to the fairer sex today – with three locals through to the finals of the Amateur Boxing Association of England’s National championships – a record for Oxfordshire.
Rising Eventing star, Victoria Smith, from Chipping Norton, is the 2011 Charles Owen British Pony champion.
Steve Cliff, a 51-year-old technician from Buckinghamshire, fished Manor Farm Lake at Linear Fisheries for eight nights and caught a staggering 35 carp from the Stanton Harcourt big-fish water.
AN OXFORD woman who streamlined domestic abuse support in the county will become an MBE.
A SCHOOL governor passionate about making sure every child reaches their potential was named on the honours list yesterday.
FORMER college bursar Christopher Walton, who has raised and distributed millions of pounds to Oxfordshire churches, becomes an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
CHRISTINE Burden has dedicated her life to making life better for lonely older people.
Oxford United and the 71 other Football League clubs yesterday decided to introduce a salary cap for the 2012-3 season.
A FAMILY which owns a Marston farm wrongly listed by Oxford City Council as a potential site for a new cemetery have spoken of their surprise at reading about the plans.
Bradley Smith chases his first Moto2 podium finish of the season at the AirAsia British Grand Prix at Silverstone tomorrow.
BREWERS Greene King have pledged to reopen an East Oxford pub which closed after its landlord left.
OXFORD Crematorium Family Open Air Memorial Service (Remembrance Service) 12th June 2011 Commencing at 3pm All Are Welcome.
CONWAY Gary 2nd Anniversary June comes with sad regret. It brings a day we will never forget. You closed your eyes without a goodbye, sweet memories of you will never die. Forever in our hearts Love Mum, John, Liam, Trish, Gerald, Kevin and…
BONE David Francis Taken away from us one year ago on the 12th. Treasured memories. Remembered always Diana, Daughters, Mum and all families. Loved always God Bless. xx