BUTLER Robert Glyn Passed away peacefully on 11th February 2012 aged 85 years. Father of Colin and Paul, Father in Law to Pam and Gill, Gramp to his four grandchildren and 'Grampy Bob' to his four great grandchildren. Funeral service will be held…
Burke Stephen Joseph (Steve) Passed away 7th February 2012 aged 83 Beloved father of Patrick and Sean grandfather of James and much loved brother and uncle. Funeral service on 22nd February at St Peters Church, Eynsham 11am. Family flowers only…
AS an imposing 1,000-year-old structure, Oxford Castle is no stranger to creepy-crawlies.
A BICESTER sports club has been given the seal of approval by its national governing body.
A body believed to be that of missing man Andrew Acreman, of Broadway, Didcot, has been found off Beachy Head in Sussex.
Young sports fans spent hours perfecting Oxford’s homage to the Olympics.
EXTREMELY LOUD & INCREDIBLY CLOSE (12A).
Safety concerns have led to highway officers taking a second look at road ‘improvements’ which took months to complete.
STERILE mosquitoes are being released into the wild by experts to stop the spread of deadly diseases.
TIM HUGHES tackles a prickly Andy Kershaw ahead of his evening of anecdotes in Oxford.
OXFORD: The new business faculty at Oxford Spires Academy will be sponsored by the Reuben Foundation after it made a big donation.
Despite a raging temperature, the shivers, and stormy weather, JEREMY SMITH is enchanted by a winter break in Bournemouth.
THE congregation at a fire-damaged church hope to be back in the building this Sunday to worship.
A DANGEROUS METHOD (15).
KATHERINE MACALISTER finds out what’s in store in the sixth annual Dancin’ Oxford extravaganza.
W OXON: A spate of safe thefts has hit the area with three overnight burglaries in the last month.
SARAH MAYHEW takes a look at a varied collection of artists’ works on display at Oxford’s Old Fire Station.
The friendly staff at a new-look city pub gave KATHERINE MACALISTER a Gaelic-infused lunch to remember.
She may have a platinum-selling album and a national tour, but TIM HUGHES discovers Rebecca Ferguson is still as down-to-earth as they come.
VILLAGERS have won a battle with Network Rail to not demolish a railway bridge.
THE Cotswold Children’s Choir is looking for new members to expand its junior and youth choirs.
ALEX Lewis’ relatives will gather tomorrow to remember and celebrate the life of the tragic former St Birinus School pupil.
GENERATIONS of families from the Eynsham area are mourning the death of Margaret Gunstone, writes Don Chapman.
Felix Philip Murphy, former “skip” of the 35th Oxford Scout Group, Blackbird Leys, has died at the age of 82 after a battle with cancer.
Bicester was given a splash of spring colour to remind people to take care of the elderly.
Public toilets in Thame town centre have been given a facelift costing about £65,000.
A school which educates autistic boys has been rated as outstanding by Ofsted for helping its pupils to overcome and understand their difficulties.
ROSE Hill families will finally get access to health care on the Oxford estate with the arrival of a monthly health bus at The Oval.
Long-time fan Bianca Polizzi catches Irish folk genius James Vincent McMorrow at his Oxford show - and is somewhat impressed by what she hears...
PUPILS at Oxford Spires Academy put on their own dance, drama and musical shows in a house competition last week.
NEWLY-CROWNED champions Garsington Sports Club A slid to a 4-2 defeat against Gladiators in the final round of matches in the Gladiator Beer Seller Wednesday Night League.
BANBURY Cross star Mark Sykes’s challenge in the English Indoor Bowling Association’s National Champion-ships singles came to an end with a 21-17 defeat by Desborough’s Andrew Knapper in the area final.
Oxford University went down 10-0 to the Royal Navy in a scrappy encounter in Portsmouth on Wednesday night.
JOHN Patey celebrated his Inter-Area 7-a-side call-up by winning the decider as Democrats beat Premier Division Vikings in the Team Knockout Cup Group A quarter-finals, writes PETE EWINS.
Pilot Mike Blee was given the all clear to fly by a medic with a drink problem despite having a crippling back condition, an inquest heard yesterday.
Work to investigate a possible cemetery in Horspath Road, Cowley, caused a power cut to 100,000 homes and businesses.
There have been about 350 assaults on Oxfordshire hospital staff in the last three years.
FORMER Radley athlete Hatti Dean enjoyed a morale-boosting victory at the Lotto Cross Cup in Hulshout, Belgium.
STEVE Naylor passed another personal milestone with an impressive run in the Armagh International 5K.
People in West Oxford and Oxford City Council have struck a deal that will see the future of Oxpens Meadow secured.
A company which provides care for the elderly in their own homes is creating 50 jobs.
OXFORD University fly half Tom Mitchell has made a strong start to his England Sevens career with six tries in two world series events.
OXFORD Rugby players and officials will brave a firewalk to raise funds for the See Saw and Sobell House charities.
Former Oxford City player Lee Steele has been fined by the FA for a homophobic Twitter comment.
Surely the headline on your story concerning primary schools being turned into academies (Oxford Mail, February 7), reading “This is the fresh start they need” should have continued “like a hole in the head”?
WE ARE writing to congratulate the city council on the introduction of the Homes in Multiple Occupation mandatory registration (Oxford Mail, January 30).
I hear, loud and clear, that the Government’s Communities and Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles and Cabinet minister Lady Warsi are both desperate to restore Christian religious beliefs to the very heart of political and civic affairs in…