London Welsh wing Dan Caprice is to appear at an RFU disciplinary hearing at the London Bloomsbury Holiday Inn tomorrow (5.30pm).
THE River Cherwell has tonight been put on flood warning through Oxford to its confluence with the River Thames.
WHAT you are looking at is a one in 50,000 anomaly.
MARY East, 89, is among the new residents at a former school that has been turned into social housing in Banbury.
ROYAL Mail is not doing enough to stop prank letters that have left pensioners out of pocket, it has been claimed.
JENNY Westcott had an early Christmas present on Saturday when she sat down to read her Oxford Mail and check her Loyalty Card number.
RUNNING and climbing may be difficult for brothers Adam and Jay McKechnie but they just take it in their stride.
A PENSIONER has pleaded with a housing association to take out her heating system before it leaves her penniless.
WHEN mum-to-be Emma Adkins experienced pain in her stomach seven weeks before she was due to give birth, she knew something was wrong.
Homes in Witney have been evacuated as Witney prepares for flooding as the River Windrush has burst its banks.
THIS is the moment a “callous and heartless” thief stole one of three three-foot dog-shaped charity boxes from two Oxfordshire rail stations.
ONE of the celebrity readers taking part in this year’s Spirit of Christmas concert has spoken of her excitement.
FOR five old school friends, walking into Cumnor Primary School was almost like stepping back in time.
FITNESS fanatic Donna Thompkins used to work out in her gym at home five times a week.
HUNDREDS of people turned out in Banbury and Woodstock to see the towns lit up for the festive season.
UP to 20,000 people are expected to pack Broadway in Didcot for the town’s 19th annual Christmas street fair.
IT WAS obviously an occasion to say congratulations or express good wishes.
READER Peter Johnson sent us a drawing of what Magdalen Bridge in Oxford looked like in 1772 (Memory Lane, June 18).
ROBERT Moss’s Mosquito car is alive and well – and living in France.
THE Plough Inn had its own Rogues’ Gallery in 1972 when artist Yvonne Winkfield sketched portraits of regulars and displayed them on the pub walls. Miss Winkfield is seen in the centre of the picture immediately below showing the drawings to, left…
HEADINGTON could see a new influx of students, after plans were announced to move an international school to the area.
THESE smartly-dressed men posed for the cameraman on the lawn of a stone building.
A 26-year-old man who pointed a knife at the bouncers of a nightclub narrowly avoided jail.
Film crews will be descending on Bampton early next year after a fourth series of Downton Abbey was confirmed.
AN OXFORD college last night refused to comment on claims right-wing students are being discriminated against.
Oxford City will face Bishop's Stortford at Court Place Farm tomorrow night in their rearranged FA Trophy first round tie, though the match is in doubt due to the wet weather.
NEW police commissioner Anthony Stansfeld has said he cannot guarantee crime will not rise under his regime.
Churchill Cemetery Chapel (Diocese of Oxford) The Church Commissioners have prepared a draft Pastoral (Church Buildings Disposal) Scheme providing for the lease of the closed church building of Churchill Cemetery Chapel for use as a heritage centre.
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COME on Britain, wake up! Hate cleric Abu Qatada is to be given another house.
Sam Waley-Cohen is looking forward to riding Long Run again at Kempton on Boxing Day after finishing second to Silviniaco Conti in the Betfair Chase at Haydock on Saturday.
RESIDENTS spent the weekend watching firefighters pump water from their homes after more heavy downpours across the county.
Cory Forbes grabbed Oxford City Nomads’s winner in a 3-2 victory at Kidlington in one of only two Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division games to survive the deluge.
THIS weekend I’ve been painting. Now if you’re the artistic type and immediately envisaged easels canvas and palettes, then consider signing up for Artweeks in May 2013 (and, oh yes, the deadline is fast approaching – see artweeks.org for more…
A noted contrast occurred the other week between the apparent ineptitude of Government-organised democracy on the one hand and local Oxford democracy on the other.
It’s funny, isn’t it? In a world where only grand, extravagantly publicised gestures of kindness seem worthy of celebration, something as simple as ‘acknowledging’ another individual can produce such profound consequences...
I RECENTLY won a competition in the Oxford Mail to attend the Festive Gift Fair, held at the NEC in Birmingham.
WHAT I’M CALLED: Stuart Fowkes.
It was sad to read of the possible closure of the school farm at the Warriner School, Bloxham (November 13).
You reported on Thursday that Oxford Spires Academy was to lay off 16 staff due to £500,000 spending cuts.
AS THE Christmas season approaches, reindeer are being transported up and down the country to be used as entertainment in parades, Santas’ grottos and other festive events.
I THOUGHT your readers might be interested in the experience I had when I decided to go shopping in Marks & Spencer’s store at Marriotts Walk in Witney for some underwear.
WHAT a despicable, ignorant and pathetic farce for the Church of England to still oppose the consecration of women as bishops (November 21).
COMEDIAN Bill Bailey was monkeying around in Oxford at a tropical-themed ball.
POLICE are still unsure over whose remains were on board a boat that was gutted by fire a week ago.
THE severe pressure on primary school places in Oxfordshire means education bosses need to think of new and innovative ideas to solve the crisis.
ANY developer building on Oxford Stadium would be expected to make a contribution towards sporting facilities in the city, the leader of Oxford City Council has said.