Former Radley athlete Hatti Dean has withdrawn from this weekend's European Team Championships in Stockholm.
A PARISH councillor celebrating 40 years in office has said councils in Oxfordshire have become “stifled by bureaucracy”.
SOARING high towards the net, Desta Rudder-Smith, 23, pictured above, celebrates a £400,000 windfall for stars of the future.
Meet one of the most hotly-tipped names of 2011 – the multi-instrumental Wolf Gang
Danny Bhoy spent just one week in his flat in Edinburgh last year, and even then he started climbing the walls. Because if he’s not on stage making people laugh he doesn’t know what to do with himself.
VISITS to Oxford leisure facilities rose to almost a million between March last year and April this year, despite a putting up prices.
A THREE VEHICLE crash on the northbound M40 is causing queues for drivers on the A34.
THEY met outside a pub aged 16 and 18 at the height of war.
11.03: 1 DROOPYS CLAUDINE 7-4 fav, 2 Captain Tin 3-1. Trio (5x6x1). Trainer: T Kibble. Time: 28.35.
GOLFERS paid tribute to a fallen serviceman in Afghanistan as they raised £8,500 for charity Help for Heroes.
Members of Down’s Syndrome Oxfordshire enjoyed a free day out at Legoland Windsor on Sunday, paid for by an international charity.
RESIDENTS and businesses in Oxford can have their say about 75 sites earmarked for development.
A 61-YEAR-OLD is to throw herself out of a plane to raise cash and awareness for the incurable illness that has ruined her life.
A 222-YEAR-OLD oak tree from Blenheim Palace will live on after being turned into a symbol of environmental awareness.
THOUSANDS of people are expected to turn out to enjoy the festivities at Wallingford Carnival tomorrow.
SCHOOLS getting good grades must reach out to poorer performing schools to drive up Oxford’s lagging results, an outgoing church education boss believes.
TWO Oxfordshire residents who had life-saving organ transplants are competing at the transplant ‘Olympics’.
GET Outta here! New York’s finest are back on the block – and fighting fit.
COMMUNITY groups have applied for about £1.2m from a controversial pot of cash aimed at boosting the idea of the ‘Big Society’.
TELECOMS giant Vodafone has launched an appeal after officials blocked plans to build new mast in Oxford’s Green Belt.
CANAL boat lover Bob Wakely made his final journey down the river Thames yesterday.
Abingdon School had a Reading Regatta to remember with a hat-trick of successes.
Abingdon schoolgirl Emma Grant won the Elite Open race in Kieldrecht, in her final event in Belgium before returning home.
Oxfordshire's Lucy Brown missed out on a passport to the Wimbledon women’s singles qualifying tournament this week by losing in the LTA wild card play-offs.
HERE we go again. Now there is a suggestion of putting a cemetery next to Hill View Farm, Marston.
PRAISE Be? (Oxford Mail, June 6). Really?
PLEASE can I thank Royal Mail for the fast service they give.
SATURDAY CRICKET SERIOUS CRICKET HOME COUNTIES PREMIER LEAGUE Div 1: Henley v Oxford, Tring Park v Banbury.
After the debacle of the Milton Park bridge replacement, I was concerned about the upgrades to the Cotswold Line by Network Rail.
I FIND it extraordinary that the Liberal Democrats are basking in triumph about the changes to the health reforms.
I FEEL, like many people, that the chosen route for corteges carrying the bodies of fallen servicemen leaving RAF Brize Norton will show a lack of dignity.
FOLLOWING my ‘Down the line’ letter (Oxford Mail ViewPoints, March 22), in which I listed calls from strangers inquiring as to my satisfaction, or otherwise, with services never solicited nor provided and the like, may I add that I have just…
LISA’S small and compact fairtrade jewellery and clothing stall is seen most days below the tower of St Michael at the Northgate Church. With its blue plastic shade protecting the stock from the extremes of weather, it is so much part of the…
ROAD rage and aggressive driving seem to feature heavily in motoring conversations. Hardly a week goes by without one of my friends mentioning some lunatic driver who rudely cut them up at Heyford Hill roundabout or tried to race them down the A34…
John Paul underlined his outstanding potential by winning the Meadowbank Grand Prix International Sprint in Edinbugh.
INJURED soldiers told school children yesterday how they each lost a leg after fighting in Afghanistan.
IT IS obvious that the cuts implemented by Oxfordshire County Council on the adult social care budget are now taking effect.
ONE of the most impressive home records in the competition’s history will be put on the line when Shipton-under-Wychwood entertain Challow & Childrey in the Oxfordshire final on Sunday (1pm).
THE original benefactor of Oxford University’s Said Business School yesterday marked the completion the first stage of a £28m extension.
Banbury have signed New Zealander Lance Shaw and he is set to make his debut at Tring Park in Division 1 tomorrow.
RESIDENTS in Kennington were last night sniffing for clues as they went on the trail of a missing skunk.
AN UNDIAGNOSED diabetic died when his car hit a parked lorry while he was suffering from a high glucose level.
THE latest figures about the number of people being admitted to hospital because of alcohol raises yet another red flag about Britain’s drinking culture.
IT IS not known what caused Nicholas Kneale to drive his car into the back of a lorry on the A34.
GREAT-great-grandmother Doris Hyde has spent every single one of her 101 years living in her home town of Abingdon.
FOUR Oxfordshire primary schools could be turned into academies over the coming year under new Department for Education plans to drive up standards.
Oxford United will take on Swindon Town in their second away match next season.