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Demo: Mark Lynas and Chris Goodall, with friend and helper Sally Taylor in the foreground, have organised a protest against the UK government’s handling of the refugee crisis. Up to 1,000 people have confirmed their attendance

Update: More than 1,200 expected at refugee protest in Oxford tomorrow

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Solider dies at Bicester barracks

UPDATE: Investigation under way after soldier in his 20s dies at Bicester barracks

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Ever busy: Alison Quantrell raises a smile while weeding among the one of the wild areas

Feature: Blooming with pride at the Botanic Garden

Antique bottles and jewellery stolen in burglary in Great Coxwell near Faringdon

Antique bottles and jewellery stolen in burglary in Great Coxwell near Faringdon

Happy landings: Annie Hillary about to land with Flight Sergeant Mike Maguire

Skydiving daughter in tribute to Falcon father

Leap of faith: Mayor of Thame Nichola Dixon before and during her skydive

High-flying mayor takes charity plunge

Woman woken by masked burglar who targeted home in Kennington

Woman woken by masked burglar as she slept in Kennington home

Aid: Victoria Prentis

MP echoes colleagues over growing refugee crisis

Help: Cllr Mohammed Altaf-Khan and colleagues at the Asian Cultural Centre

Families across Oxford offer sanctuary for refugees

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Problem: Kate Smart, from the charity Asylum Welcome

Desperate refugees as young as 12 have arrived in Oxford

Consultation begins on student housing

Consultation begins on student housing

Concerned: Arthur Howse

Anger as West Way blueprint puts parade’s future in doubt

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Awards: From left, Shami Chakrabarti and Prof Janet Beer at the ceremony

Shami Chakrabarti and Professor Janet Beer get honorary degrees

Bid to take control of county’s NHS budget

Bid to take control of county’s NHS budget

On show: The replica tank

School remembers its Great War fallen

Cheers: Head teacher Louise Hatton with pupils, from left, Summer Stoter, eight, Louis Tweddle, Iris Nicholson, and James Cherry, all seven

Lessons begin at new primary school after a seven-year wait

Oxford City Council named council of the year

Oxford City Council named council of the year

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Victim: Austen Harrison was killed by a falling mirror at the Hugo Boss store

Hugo Boss fined £1.2m over child's death

Damage: Cutteslowe Primary School office manager Kate Murphy at the site of the leak

Water leak at primary school ‘was a timebomb’, says head

Motion: Councillor Laura Price

Nurses in fear for their futures

Texting motorist given jail for injuring cyclist

Texting motorist given jail for injuring cyclist

£5m pledge to tackle homeless problem in Oxford

£5m pledge to tackle homeless problem in Oxford

Message: Front, from left, Jeanne Humber of Restore, Graham West, Restore volunteer, and Gemma Humphrey of Restore; rear, from left, head of the recovery college Caz Hedges, and Catriona Canning of Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

Pioneering mental health college set to transform lives of sufferers

Driver hit in the face with rider’s helmet in road rage outburst

Driver hit in the face with rider’s helmet in road rage outburst

Theresa May

Theresa May lobbied on police funding

Neighbours celebrate as development plan is pulled

Neighbours celebrate as development plan is pulled

Sentencing: Judge Ian Pringle

Thug avoids jail term after vicious attack

Eyes on prize: Lucy Jane is in the running for the Funeral Director of the Year Award

Producing ‘perfect send-offs’ could lead to UK funeral prize

Gratitude: Alastair McKight

‘Save the NHS that saved me after accident’

Almost 1,000 expected at refugee crisis demonstration in Oxford on Sunday

Almost 1,000 people expected at refugee crisis demonstration in Oxford on Sunday

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Tucking in: Chef Stephen Smith with waitresses Wendy Newton, left, and Sarah Blair taking pictures

Carvery needs your dinner snaps

Landmark: Manfred Brod, front centre, with members, from left, Jackie Smith, Elizabeth Drury, Gillian Harrison, Michael Harrison, Ruth Weinberg and Jessica Brod outside 3 The Square, which was the subject of their first item

Going back to the future proves a big hit

Packing them in: The opening day of the St Giles Fair attracted 60,000 people last year and organisers are hoping for similar numbers

All set for St Giles Fair despite roadworks and hotel repairs

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Time for a paddle: Longlands resident Jean Phillips, 81, dabbles her feet with assistance from Friendleys founder Liz Helliwell, right, and Longlands care worker Martina Kurmeda

Oh, they do like to be beside the seaside...

Local councils in bid to control health service cash as part of Oxfordshire power grab

Local councils in bid to control health service cash as part of Oxfordshire power grab

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Inspection: The Slade Nursery School and Children’s Centre

Nursery must do better as second inspectors’ report flags up issues

On show: Artist Stephen Goodman at the Jam Factory exhibition with his piece entitled Black Sand: Spectrum Falls

Icelandic myths inspire abstract artist’s paintings

Major delays around Oxford for motorists during Friday rush-hour

Major delays around Oxford for motorists during Friday rush-hour

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Performance: Jo Davies of FiddleBop outside Chipping Norton Town Hall

Getting in swing for Chipping Norton jazz festival

Hugo Boss fined £1.2m for failings that led to death of boy crushed by mirror in Bicester Village store

Hugo Boss fined £1.2m for failings that led to death of boy crushed by mirror in Bicester Village store

Caught on camera: A suspected ‘big cat’ photographed in a field opposite the Masons Arms pub in Burford Road, Brize Norton, in 2005

Is the ‘big cat’ back?

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Friday’s letters: What are your fellow readers writing in about today?

Friday’s letters: What are your fellow readers writing in about today?

Woman jailed for year for hitting cyclist as she texted while driving near North Leigh

Woman jailed for year for hitting cyclist as she texted while driving near North Leigh

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Try Tibetan food as you listen to Ugandan music

Try Tibetan food as you listen to Ugandan music

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‘So kind’: Shirley Johnson, 67, has been showered with flowers and best wishes since Launton Post Office was raided in July

Postmistress ‘overwhelmed’ with kindness after robbery

Riot of colour: Running the gauntlet of a dye station at Cornbury Park last year

Colourful race inspires women to get sporty

Have you seen missing mum and six-year-old daughter from Witney?

UPDATE: Missing mum and six-year-old daughter from Witney found

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Delays between Oxford and London Paddington due to signalling problems

Delays between Oxford and London Paddington due to signalling problems

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Unhappy: Parents Andrea Craig and Maria Hendrickse, right, pictured with sons Teddy Hendrickse,13, Jordan Craig, 15, and Paddy Hendrickse,13, are concerned by cuts to bus services

Anger as school bus changes add an hour to children’s day

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Heine on Friday: How murderer survived ‘shame’ of being inside

Heine on Friday: How murderer survived ‘shame’ of being inside

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