OXFORD United had nothing to show for a largely positive performance as two late goals gave Rochdale all three points.
Dean Welch, 52, of Redbridge Hollow, Oxford, admitted stealing goods worth £125.66 from Co-op in London Road, Headington, Oxford, on September 17. Told to do 80 hours of unpaid community work in the next 12 months and ordered to pay £85 costs.
AN IT worker caught with child abuse images escaped a prison sentence after police took more than two years to charge him.
CLASSIC cars and vintage vans brought crowds flocking to Kidlington Airport over the weekend.
Stuart Glen, 18, of Windrush Valley Road, Witney, admitted entering an office at ATP Sports Pavillion, Witney, as a trespasser and stealing a foreign coin worth £2 on February 2. Also convicted of entering the female changing room of The Fabulous…
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CLASSIC cars and vintage vans brought crowds flocking to and event held just outside Woodstock over the weekend.
Alex James has offered land at his West Oxfordshire farm to help relieve pressure at a nearby station car park.
A RETIRED couple say they could have been killed after a “dangerous” boater forced them to crash their 65ft barge.
LORRAINE Wicks, far left, has built frosted forts, a sugary Spanish galleon and several spaceships. But it all started with a hedgehog.
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CLEANING manager Margaret Goodey conquered her fear of flying to see her grandson being born in Australia before taking part in a charity abseil.
THE Oxford Union has long surpassed any controversy surrounding it's speakers - in fact, its website describes the union as "at the cutting edge"
The Greene King ODDA’S Winter League will start with the men’s sections on Tuesday, November 6 and the ladies’ a day later.
AN OXFORD High School pupil who was inspired to cook after watching TV show The Great British Bake Off has won a national junior contest.
SHOPPERS heading from west Oxfordshire to Cheltenham on Saturdays will see their bus service doubled from December.
People convicted of offences at magistrates' courts around the county recently:
WHEN Deacon Blue started seriously denting the charts in the late eighties with hits like Dignity, I don’t know why, but I was doing something else (probably burning my Marillion LPs).
A TESCO worker was injured in a fall through the ceiling of a warehouse in Abingdon.
THE man who shot himself with an air weapon at Milton Services near Didcot yesterday remains in hospital today, police have said.
AN ABINGDON man has been handed a four-month suspended sentence for racially abusing a taxi driver in Oxford.
The first patients have used a new £13m research centre that hopes to improve care for heart attack and stroke patients.
Traffic officials are plotting to halt drivers carrying carrying out a dangerous turn on an Oxford hamburger roundabout.
A PLAQUE has been unveiled in Marston commemorating to people who died in the Second World War.
FOLLOWING the battling performance of the Olympic badminton team, hundreds of potential players across Oxfordshire have been signing up for training sessions.
LITTLE Toby Shepherd had big plans to build a wooden den at an Autumn festival.
TRADERS in a west Oxfordshire village have welcomed the reopening of Tadpole Bridge.
A BUSINESSMAN who had a heart attack during a marathon motorbike endurance ride “died doing what he loved”.
Oxford Harlequins, fielding 11 players aged under 21, paid the price for indiscipline as they went down 73-11 at high-riding Newton Abbot in National 3 South West.
Grove triumphed 28-15 away to Oxfordshire rivals Alchester at Fritwell in Southern Counties North, bagging the bonus point into the bargain.
EYNSHAM: A crash involving three lorries caused big delays on the A40 westbound yesterday. The accident, which led to an oil spill, happened between Cuckoo Lane and the B4022 at about midday.
BANBURY: A man has denied striking another man in the face with an axe.
OXFORD: A 41-year-old man reported missing from his Oxford home has been found.
Bicester: Two vehicles collided on the B4100 Banbury Road, north of Bicester, yesterday.
A man threatening to jump from scaffolding came down after more than four hours.
A teenager accused of rape was yesterday told he would have to enter a plea in December.
THE Bishop of Oxford is urging parents to slow down and spend more time with their children.
THE world’s oldest undeciphered writing system is close to being cracked by Oxford University researchers.
RESIDENTS say they are living in fear of a group of homeless people living under a bridge in Oxford.
Chipping Norton trainer Charlie Longsdon landed a 9-1 double at Plumpton yesterday with Pete The Feat and Hannibal The Great.
Jake Wright may be among the substitutes tonight as Oxford United head to Rochdale looking to build on an excellent performance at the weekend.
London Welsh utility back Gavin Henson hasn’t been included in the Wales rugby union squad for the autumn Test series.
I love overhearing people astonished at the amount of bicycles in Oxford when they visit. I Googled to see if anyone could quantify them but to no avail, so taking a guess based on, say, 18 per cent of the Oxford population, which currently stands at…
Henley Hawks made it seven wins in a row in National League 2 South as they outclassed newly-promoted Bournemouth 63-7 at Dry Leas.
Mark Bradstock has called for changes following the Cheltenham debacle in which his stable star, Carruthers, was left at the start.
IDEALLY, it would be nice to be able to preserve every example of new technology for posterity – from the humble bicycle to the largest battleship – but as inventions become more complex, the ability to do this becomes increasingly more…
IN RESPONSE to Mike Everett’s letter (ViewPoints, October 16) about life and death, from my own personal experience, death is nothing to be frightened about.