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Live Travel: What's happening on Oxfordshire's roads on Thursday

Oxford Mail: traffic jam

7:23am Thursday 23rd October 2014

Travel: What's happening on Oxfordshire's roads on Thursday

Splash of colour will fill Cornbury Park at Run or Dye event

Oxford Mail:

1:00pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

A SPLASH of colour will greet runners taking part in a 5km charity race in West Oxfordshire on Saturday.

Spreading word about an inspirational Finmere artist who paints using his mouth

Oxford Mail:

12:00pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

WHEN Keith Jansz broke his neck in a car crash in June 1995, just weeks after running the London Marathon, he was told he would never walk again.

The scales of Justice - 17 people up in court

Oxford Mail: Scales of Justice

11:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

17 cases hear recently at Banbury magistrates' court

Lorry driver is sent to prison for causing fatal accident on M40

Oxford Mail:

11:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A LORRY driver who “completely obliterated” the back of a car when he smashed into it has been jailed for causing death by dangerous driving.

Breaking news Update: Reports that Caterham F1 staff have been locked out of West Oxfordshire base

Oxford Mail: Tony Fernandes

10:50am Thursday 23rd October 2014

THERE are reports Caterham F1 staff have been locked out of the West Oxfordshire site this morning.

Cotswolds Conservation Board looks for new members

Oxford Mail:

10:40am Thursday 23rd October 2014

NEW members are needed for the Cotswolds Conservation Board to help manage the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Musical tastes of MP has got us wondering...

Oxford Mail:

10:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

THE Insider has learnt something about the listening habits of Wantage MP Ed Vaizey.

Cassington teen toasts her 18th with a year of charitable projects

Oxford Mail:

10:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

MOST teenagers celebrate their 18th birthday with a night on the town but Kizzy Horgan decided to mark it by starting 12 months of charity projects.

When The Boss carries a ‘legal can’ for his staff

Oxford Mail: John McNulty

10:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

John McNulty, solicitor with Oxford law firm Turpin & Miller, looks at whether an employer is ever liable for the actions of its employees

Tunnel vision for solving Oxford's traffic problems isn't viable

Oxford Mail:

10:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

We have got to do something about the issue of traffic in Oxford. The city centre is virtually gridlocked, writes Oxfordshire County Council Labour group leader Liz Brighouse.

Here's why we have to get roadworks done now

Oxford Mail:

10:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

The roads around Oxford are heavily congested and there any many complaints about the effect of the county council roadworks, writes Oxfordshire County Council leader Ian Hudspeth.

Oxford's Lord Mayor gives ancient city walls the once-over

Oxford Mail:

9:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

NOT crumbling too much and graffiti free: Oxford’s ancient city walls were given a clean bill of health in yesterday’s traditional inspection.

COMMENT: We salute Reg Hayes, stalwart of Scouting movement

Oxford Mail: COMMENT: Villagers are still not any better off

9:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

FOR 87 years of his life, Reg Hayes dedicated himself to something he believed in.

COMMENT: Poppy Appeal has poignant importance in this special year

Oxford Mail: COMMENT: Villagers are still not any better off

9:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

AT the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.

Oxfordshire bid for record Poppy Appeal total to mark centenary of start of First World War

Oxford Mail:

9:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

PEOPLE in Oxfordshire are being urged to help break the £500,000 barrier for the first time as this year’s Poppy Appeal is launched today.

Hook Norton farm trailers stolen

Oxford Mail: Thames Valley Police logo

8:40am Thursday 23rd October 2014

Food trailers were stolen from a Hook Norton farm over Tuesday night and yesterday morning.

Faringdon comes third in ranking of 'hotspot' places for families to live

Oxford Mail: Faringdon Folly Tower Open Day

8:40am Thursday 23rd October 2014

FARINGDON is the third best place for families to live in England and Wales, a new report claims.

More Oxfordshire churches ‘at risk’ says heritage group

Oxford Mail: DISTINCTIVE: The English Heritage flag will be flown most of the time

8:40am Thursday 23rd October 2014

Eight Oxfordshire churches have been added to English Heritage’s Heritage at Risk register.

Oxford University opens cancer research institute

Oxford Mail: university of oxford logo

8:30am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A cancer research institute will open at Oxford University today.

Abingdon's Drayton Road roadworks due to be completed

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Thursday 23rd October 2014

ROADWORKS that caused serious delays for drivers in Abingdon were due to be completed yesterday.

Police investigate Marston dog attack

Oxford Mail: Thames Valley Police logo

8:30am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A criminal investigation has been launched after a man was bitten by a dog as he came to the rescue of a woman in Marston, Oxfod.

‘Mr Scouting’ Reg Hayes, 99, dies after 87 years’ loyal service

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Thursday 23rd October 2014

REG Hayes, believed to be Britain’s longest serving Scout, has died at the age of 99.

New Bishop of Oxford will live outside city as current £10m house deemed too expensive

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Thursday 23rd October 2014

FOR decades, the Bishop of Oxford has lived in a North Oxford property worth millions.

An emotional gathering on what would have been Witney schoolgirl Liberty Baker's 15th birthday

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Thursday 23rd October 2014

LIBERTY Baker’s family and friends gathered at her grave yesterday to mark what would have been her 15th birthday.

East of Woodstock homes consultation ‘should be including Oxford Airport bosses’

Oxford Mail: west oxfordshire district council

8:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

AIRPORT bosses should have been consulted ahead of plans to build up to 1,500 homes east of Woodstock, a resident told councillors yesterday.

Developers to be asked to return cash for A40 road project at Witney

Oxford Mail: Ian Hudspeth

8:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A COUNCIL boss wants to retrieve millions of pounds handed back to developers for a new junction on the A40 at Witney.

Charity concert will honour Oxford's famous Dr Radcliffe

Oxford Mail:

7:30am Thursday 23rd October 2014

MUSICAL medics are tuning up for a concert to commemorate pioneering Oxford physician Dr John Radcliffe.

‘Yes’ to plan for 24,000 more homes in Cherwell District Council area

Oxford Mail: Cherwell district council logo

6:40am Thursday 23rd October 2014

THERE could be 24,445 new homes built across the Cherwell District Council area after councillors voted to approve modifications to the local plan.

Badger cull protest in Oxford to be held this weekend

Oxford Mail: Badger (11754077)

6:40am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A protest against the culling of badgers will go through Oxford on Saturday.

Judge criticises CPS after trial postponement

Oxford Mail: Oxford Crown Court

6:30am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A JUDGE has criticised a “catastrophic failure” by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) which caused a trial to be put off until next year.

Oxfordshire finds cash to meet cost of free school lunches

Oxford Mail:

6:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

CASH to balance the books on bringing in free school meals for all primary school pupils has been secured.

MP praises work tackling bone issues

Oxford Mail:

5:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

OXFORD MP Nicola Blackwood has praised city researchers for their work in tackling osteoporosis.

High praise for Oxfordshire's fire and rescue service

Oxford Mail:

12:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

OXFORDSHIRE’S fire service has been praised following an independent peer review.

First Days At School: Buy a souvenir of your little one's start to primary

Oxford Mail:

6:00pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

THIS month in your Oxford Mail has been our annual First Days of School supplements, pictorial souvenirs of reception classes at dozens of primary schools across the county.

Three women sentenced for running a brothel in Jericho

Oxford Mail:

9:00am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

THREE women who ran an ‘efficient and professional’ brothel in an upmarket Oxford street were sentenced yesterday.

Oxford University actors stretch gender limits

Oxford Mail:

10:40pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A PLAY written by the director of hit film In Bruges will be performed by Oxford University students next week.

Ancient woods are as pretty as a picture

Oxford Mail:

10:00pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

THE changing face of Shotover through the seasons has been captured in a new exhibition.

Uffington post office burgled

Oxford Mail: Thames Valley Police logo

8:12pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

Cigarettes and tobacco were stolen during a burglary at the post office in Uffington last week.

Oxford city centre bank card skimmer is jailed

Oxford Mail: Oxford Crown Court

8:06pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A FRAUDSTER who used a card skimming device at a cash machine to steal money from a woman’s bank account has been jailed.

Earl of Oxford becomes newest hereditary peer in House of Lords

Oxford Mail: Tourists take photographs in Radcliffe Square, Oxford

7:13pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

THE Earl of Oxford and Asquith has become the newest hereditary peer to join the House of Lords. 

Pupils mind their language

Oxford Mail:

5:30pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

LEARNING foreign words can be fun, as Abingdon pupil Rachel Burton found out when her school hosted a festival of languages.

Demolition paves the way for new Waitrose to open

Oxford Mail:

5:00pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A NEW Waitrose store on Oxford’s Botley Road could be open by the middle of next year after the demolition of the existing building was given the go-ahead.

South Hinksey pub’s new beginning toasted by punters and MP

Oxford Mail:

5:00pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

VILLAGERS in South Hinksey were joined by their MP on Saturday to raise a glass to their new pub.

Naming row won’t harm new business

Oxford Mail:

5:00pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

YOU might have thought that you’d be on to a safe bet to put the name Oxford into the title of a new city business.

Exhibition shines a light on the Moon

Oxford Mail:

5:00pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

FIFTY-FIVE years on from man’s first steps on the Moon the brightest object in the night sky continues to fascinate people here on Earth.

Chipping Norton schoolchildren put points to PM

Oxford Mail:

3:30pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

PUPILS at Holy Trinity Primary School in Chipping Norton told David Cameron what they want from proposals for new housing next to their school.

Man taken to hospital after four vehicles crash on A34 slip road

Oxford Mail: A34 traffic alert

3:46pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A MAN was taken to hospital after a four-vehicle collision north of Oxford this morning.

Pupils go to pieces to create park’s new inspirational mosaic

Oxford Mail:

1:30pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

ASPIRING artists have brought a touch of ancient Rome to rural Wantage.

Britain's 'longest serving' Scout, Reg Hayes, has died aged 99

Oxford Mail: Reg Hayes

1:17pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

REG Hayes, Britain's longest serving Scout has died.








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