Cowley Road was blocked for nearly an hour this evening after a two car collision near the Tesco store.
A NEW type of supermarket that will be owned and run by its members has found an East Oxford premises.
NATURE is not always pretty – as former Oxford Mail photographer George Reszeter discovered during a recent walk.
A MEMORIAL bell to honour fallen soldiers at Oxfordshire's repatriation ceremonies was cast today.
A green scheme offering investors shares in a new local food growing co-operative has smashed its target.
OXFORD United have signed goalkeeper Connor Ripley on loan from Middlesborough after Wayne Brown was ruled out of tomorrow's clash with Southend.
AN Oxford Mail reader led detectives to Liam Pipkin’s home where they found the thief with a copy of the paper open on the page featuring his ‘Wanted’ appeal.
Notice is hereby given that: Done Brothers (Cash Betting) Ltd t/a Betfred of the following address: Spectrum, 56-58 Benson Road, Birchwood, Warrington, WA3 7PQ are applying for a provisional statement under section 204 of the Gambling Act 2005.
PROPOSALS for a new park-and-ride aimed at tackling congestion problems in Bicester and on the A34 have taken a major step forward.
STUDENTS at Oxford and Cherwell Valley College are being offered the chance to work at the pinnacle of the engineering world.
A PETITION and social networking campaign have been launched in a bid to force councillors to make a u-turn over staff redundancies.
TOTTENHAM Court Road has been evacuated after a man sparked an armed siege in central London.
A ROW over plans to build a new community centre on an Oxford estate could delay the scheme.
WORKERS at the BMW Mini factory are to be urged to accept an improved pay deal union leaders say is worth almost seven per cent over two years.
HE BOUGHT a pub aged 22 with cash made playing the Stock Market while a student.
PLANS for the long awaited £5m redevelopment of Bicester’s community hospital have been revealed.
A SCHOOL that went into special measures at the beginning of the year looks set to become an academy sponsored by one of Oxford’s top schools.
PROTESTERS camping out at Oxford Brookes University have entered their second week of occupation.
THE Oxfordshire Health and Racquets Club in the grounds of St Edward’s School off Woodstock Road has been sold again.
Oxonian’S Malcolm Rose won the Burford 10-mile time trial.
Long Wittenham’s Alexis Canter defeated some high-ranked players on his way to winning the Nottingham Tennis Europe tournament.
Wantage & Dist (Honiton, 13 sent 336): 1, 6, 15 G Seeney 1647, 1626, 1607; 2, 14, 19, 20 N Finch 1645, 1612, 1591, 1588; 3 D Callard 1637; 4, 7 K Smith 1633, 1624; 5, 8, 13, 16 B Taylor & sons 1627, 1623, 1615, 1604; 9, 10 E Ilsley 1623, 1622; F Lloyd & E Kelly 1622, 1620; 17 M/M A Webber 1600; 18 P Kenny & V Segesdy 1596.
Blewbury are Ladies Division 1 champions in the Thames Valley Winter League.
PEOPLE in Wootton have been given the wrong numbers after they were told their phones had been “fixed”.
MISSING out on the play-offs would be disappointing, but not damaging to the stability of Oxford United, according to chairman Kelvin Thomas.
A TEENAGER died from an undiagnosed heart condition after collapsing while waiting for the bus.
OXFORD United’s players were given extra time off this week in a move manager Chris Wilder hopes will rejuvenate the squad as a season’s work is put on the line tomorrow.
HENLEY Hawks head coach Steve Barnes will step down after tomorrow’s National 2 South clash at home to Hertford.
OXFORD was flooded with hundreds of fake designer goods after a pop-up shop opened for business, a court heard yesterday.
SHOPPERS in Oxford’s Broad Street were presented with the sights and sounds of Marrakech and Fez, yesterday, as the Moroccan Market of Handicrafts set up shop.
OXFORD: A 24-year-old man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a man was chased down St Clement’s Street and later stabbed has been rebailed.
A DRIVER who killed himself and a friend in a crash was “two to three times” over the drink-drive limit, an inquest heard.
FACING one of the most experienced striking partnerships in League Two holds no fears for Oxford United skipper Jake Wright tomorrow.
THE running brawl around Wood Farm was obviously semi-organised between two gangs, and certainly serious.
A VIOLENT brawl erupted in Oxford’s Wood Farm estate after a gang of 30 men descended on the area armed with hammers and dog chains.
MARY Stiff is right in what she says about Marywood House. It could have been used for students, therefore making the demolition of Slade Park TA Centre unnecessary.
CHINNOR head coach Jason Bowers is urging fans to make the most of their home advantage in tomorrow’s promotion play-off against Tonbridge Juddians (2.30).
WITH his wispy white hair and long and unruly white beard, Simon could pass for a leprechaun from Ireland, where he spends much of his life. His broad smile, revealing teeth that could benefit from a visit to the dentist, and his witty quips, guaranteed to attract attention, make him a welcome ‘guest act’ among the Cornmarket Street buskers.
FOR almost three years Oxford Bus Company and Stagecoach have not increased fares, despite volatile and unpredictable fuel prices. But now the Government is forcing bus operators to put fares up.
EMPLOYMENT Minister Chris Grayling’s ‘Hire a hoodie’ speech stating “very often the surly young man in a hoodie who turns up unwilling to work can turn into an excited and motivated employee” is a prime example of our sub-standard society.
FOR KSJ Hill’s information, the UK declared war on Germany in 1939 not simply because the Nazis had invaded Poland, but also because that country was an ally of ours and we respected the treaty, as they would have, I dare say.
YOU need to go to school to learn life skills but you still need to use your skill to learn how to handle a knife safely.
MY HUSBAND and I would like thank the very kind people who came to our aid when I fell at the Weir Bridge, Abingdon, on Wednesday, April 11.
Kidlington could be in line for a much-needed boost after being approached by a group of local businessmen interested in taking the club forward.
Mike Ford will look to adopt a siege mentality again as Oxford City bid to clinch a place in the Premier Division play-offs when they visit Hitchin Town tomorrow.
MARVIN Ekpiteta has become the second youngster to earn a scholarship with Oxford United after graduating from the Advanced Apprentice Course.
Oxford City’s men maintained their headship with impressive rows in the four divisions at their bumping races.
STAFF at an Oxford primary school plunged into special measures last night admitted they were surprised at inspectors’ criticisms.