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Breaking news Murder investigation after man stabbed in Abingdon

Oxford Mail:

7:09am Monday 20th October 2014

A MAN was stabbed to death in Abingdon last night.

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

Oxford Mail:

7:31am Monday 20th October 2014

A blog covering the roads this morning - let us know if you spot a jam

Radiographers take strike action as part of pay dispute

Oxford Mail: John Radcliffe Hospital stock

9:30am Monday 20th October 2014

RADIOGRAPHERS at Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital will walk out today in the latest round of industrial action over pay.

Little trains making a very big impression

Oxford Mail:

9:20am Monday 20th October 2014

IT was all aboard at a model railway show in Didcot this weekend as youngsters got up close to electric trains.

Police respond to domestic incident at Mill Street address

Oxford Mail: Thames Valley Police logo

9:10am Monday 20th October 2014

POLICE officers were called to a domestic incident in Mill Street, Oxford, on Friday.

Oxford University professor trying to halt Ebola crisis

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9:10am Monday 20th October 2014

AN Oxford University professor is among a team of British scientists going to Guinea to start human drug trials as part of a bid to halt the Ebola epidemic.

Chipping Norton's Jeremy Clarkson is caught out speeding

Oxford Mail:

9:10am Monday 20th October 2014

TOP Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson, who lives near Chipping Norton, has admitted being caught speeding and getting points on his licence.

County is braced for battering by winds tomorrow in wake of Hurricane Gonzalo

Oxford Mail: storm clouds coming over Norton for consideration in the press Picture of the Week feature.Best wishes,Nick Fletcher (9045746)

9:10am Monday 20th October 2014

STRONG winds could hit Oxfordshire tomorrow, as the remains of Hurricane Gonzalo reach the UK.

Let’s continue to fill air with technology

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

9:00am Monday 20th October 2014

TECHNOLOGY is a marvellous thing. The digital switchover may have caused a few headaches but most people now enjoy a range of channels in digital quality.

Tools stolen from Volkswagen Transporter van in Cropredy

Oxford Mail: Thames Valley Police logo

8:40am Monday 20th October 2014

VANS were targeted by thieves in Cropredy, north of Banbury, police said.

Charges over raid attempt on Londis store in Vineyard

Oxford Mail: Scales of Justice

8:40am Monday 20th October 2014

A MAN has been charged with an attempted robbery at the Londis store in the Vineyard, Abingdon, on Saturday.

Flood partnership unveils first phase of £1.25m sewerage review

Oxford Mail: oxford city council logo

8:40am Monday 20th October 2014

A SCHEME costing at least £1.25m to review Oxford’s sewerage system has been officially unveiled at the Oxford Flood Partnership’s annual forum.

Britain's Got Talent star Fabia and her feathered friends go burlesque for breast cancer funds in Cowley

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Monday 20th October 2014

OXFORD’S own burlesque star Fabia Cerra hosted a special dancing class over the weekend to raise money for charity.

Blenheim Palace plans to open gates to music fans with series of concerts

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Monday 20th October 2014

WOODSTOCK has welcomed plans to hold a series of concerts at Blenheim Palace.

Man who scared off burglars with a sword from his Witney home is left feeling 'a bag of nerves'

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Monday 20th October 2014

A BURGLARY victim who scared off his intruders while holding a sword said the incident had left him emotionally scarred.

Breaking news Update: Four cooling towers damaged after blaze at Didcot Power Station

Oxford Mail:

8:18am Monday 20th October 2014

FOUR cooling towers were damaged in last night's fire at Didcot Power Station, Oxfordshire's chief fire officer has said this morning. 

Flood early warning system tests will use ‘white space’ in city's airwaves

Oxford Mail:

8:00am Monday 20th October 2014

INNOVATIVE technology is to be tested in Oxford to create a localised early warning system for flooding.

DIDCOT POWER STATION FIRE: 'It was a bit of an inferno' + Video

Oxford Mail:

8:00am Monday 20th October 2014

A HUGE fire ripped through a cooling tower at Didcot Power Station last night.

Ambulance watchdog needs county member

Oxford Mail:

7:30am Monday 20th October 2014

Nominations are being sought for an Oxfordshire member of a body which oversees the county’s ambulance service.

Taking the sugar out of diet is film’s sweet plan for Oxfordshire residents' health

Oxford Mail:

7:30am Monday 20th October 2014

YOUNGSTERS from Rose Hill have taken to the silver screen to encourage families across Oxfordshire to make healthier food choices.

Drop in to meet police at Bicester

Oxford Mail: Thames Valley Police logo

7:30am Monday 20th October 2014

Residents can meet police to discuss concerns at two drop-in sessions on Wednesday, November 5.

MP pushes for community cycle cash

Oxford Mail: Nicola Blackwood MP

7:30am Monday 20th October 2014

CASH for investment in cycling must be made available to community groups and councils, Oxford West and Abingdon MP Nicola Blackwood told a debate in the Commons.

Grove airfield plans for discussion

Oxford Mail: Clavis Holdings Ltd want to build 35 new homes in Goodrich.

7:30am Monday 20th October 2014

PARISH councillors in Grove will discuss the current status of the 2,500-home Grove Airfield development at their next meeting tomorrow night.

‘Save trees from chop to shield us from eyesore'

Oxford Mail:

7:00am Monday 20th October 2014

CONCERNS have been raised that felling trees near the Port Meadow student flats could worsen their impact on neighbouring people.

Cheers! Thousands hail the ale

Oxford Mail:

7:00am Monday 20th October 2014

THOUSANDS of beer-lovers flocked to Oxford Town Hall to raise a toast to real ale at the annual Oxford Beer Festival.

Network Bicester makes second attempt for planning permission to create business site

Oxford Mail: Cherwell district council logo

6:40am Monday 20th October 2014

PLANS for a new multi-million-pound business site on the edge of a Bicester housing estate have been re-submitted to Cherwell District Council.

Police stay tight-lipped over use of terror laws to snoop on journalists

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6:30am Monday 20th October 2014

SENIOR Thames Valley Police chiefs are refusing to say whether they know if their officers have been using an anti-terrorism law to discover journalists’ secret sources.

Rising social care demands following child exploitation cases lead to council cash warning

Oxford Mail: Ian Hudspeth

6:30am Monday 20th October 2014

RISING demand in social care will make it even harder for the county council to balance the books next year, its leader has warned Ian Hudspeth revealed there was an overspend on adult and children’s social care this year.

Can I kick it?

Oxford Mail:

6:30am Monday 20th October 2014

THESE youngsters were showing people how it is done at a martial arts open day in Abingdon this weekend.

Didcot steam enthusiast chuffed by Combe Mill show’s popularity

Oxford Mail:

6:30am Monday 20th October 2014

TRADITIONAL industries of wood and steam came together at the original sawmill and workshop of the Blenheim Palace estate, Combe Mill.

Gran 'had no alternative' but to starve herself to death

Oxford Mail: Scales of Justice

6:20am Monday 20th October 2014

AN Oxford grandmother who starved herself to death said before she died that she had “no alternative” given the UK’s laws against assisted suicide.

Patients facing delays when trying to see GP across county, says survey

Oxford Mail: Andrew Smith MP

6:00am Monday 20th October 2014

A THIRD of patients could not see their own doctor or get an appointment within a week, a survey revealed.

John Radcliffe patients sing on Rainbow Fund charity record

Oxford Mail:

5:30am Monday 20th October 2014

YOUNG hospital patients sang their hearts out on Friday to raise funds for sick and disabled children.

Oxford school choir gets ready to sing with spirit at Christmas

Oxford Mail:

5:00am Monday 20th October 2014

IT’S not just stars above Bethlehem stables that people will be looking out for this Christmas.

Breaking news Update: Fire at Didcot Power Station under control and 'no risk to the public' + Video of blaze

Oxford Mail:

9:08pm Sunday 19th October 2014

THE fire at Didcot Power Station is under control and the smoke is not hazardous to the public, a fire chief has said tonight.

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2:00pm Sunday 19th October 2014

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UPDATE: Traffic lights back on at Frideswide Square after earlier fault

Oxford Mail: Frideswide Square

10:18am Sunday 19th October 2014

THE traffic lights in Frideswide Square and its approaches are out this morning.

Three men to appear in court charged with thefts of mobile phones from Oxford nightclubs

Oxford Mail: Thames Valley Police logo

10:29am Sunday 19th October 2014

THREE men have been charged with six counts of theft after mobile phones were allegedly stolen at two city nightclubs.

Council and NHS leaders defend use of office space by county unions

Oxford Mail: WAR ON WASTE: Jonathan Isaby

7:29pm Sunday 19th October 2014

COUNCIL and NHS leaders have defended allowing their buildings to be used by unions after concerns that this goes against official guidance.

Clarkson gets points on licence

Oxford Mail: Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson has been caught speeding

11:02am Saturday 18th October 2014

Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson is to receive points on his driving licence after being caught speeding, he has admitted.

The week's best pictures: from ballroom to barrels, our snappers are on a roll

Oxford Mail:

6:00pm Saturday 18th October 2014

Our Picture Editor Leah McLaren takes her pick of the week’s best photographs and tells us why she reckons they make the grade

Politicians provide free rides at Banbury fair

Oxford Mail:

5:30pm Saturday 18th October 2014

A LABOUR and Conservative councillor found one way to settle their political differences when they faced off over the dodgems at Banbury’s annual town centre fun fair.

Oxford professor receives his knighthood from Palace

Oxford Mail:

5:30pm Saturday 18th October 2014

NEUROSCIENTIST Professor Colin Blakemore visited Buckingham Palace to receive a knighthood from the Princess Royal.

Stagecoach putting brakes on new Oxford Tube coaches 'beeping'

Oxford Mail:

5:30pm Saturday 18th October 2014

STAGECOACH is trying to fix a problem annoying passengers using the Oxford Tube into London.

Perch pub to close for three months for a major revamp

Oxford Mail:

5:00pm Saturday 18th October 2014

ONE of Oxford’s best-known pubs will call time for three months while it undergoes a major revamp.

Wantage residents will have their war relations' diaries preserved online

Oxford Mail:

4:30pm Saturday 18th October 2014

WANTAGE residents are being urged to dig out their great grandfathers’ diaries for a First World War roadshow.

Lives of 25 young soldiers recorded in Brightwell Cum Sotwell display

Oxford Mail:

4:00pm Saturday 18th October 2014

THE names and lives of 25 young men who died have been hung around their village church.

Oxford's top bands line up for unique night of Autumn music

Oxford Mail:

12:32pm Saturday 18th October 2014

A clutch of Oxford's best artists are coming together for a lively night of music - curated by the Oxford Mail. The Dreaming Spires, Knights of Mentis and Oli Steadman of folk-pop stars Storonway play the Autumn Jamboree at the Jericho Tavern on October 25.

Care worker sacked from her job after attack outside pub

Oxford Mail:

12:00pm Saturday 18th October 2014

A FORMER care home worker said to be a “peacemaker” by nature has been convicted of assaulting a woman outside a Didcot pub.

Rowers dig deep for marathon charity challenge

Oxford Mail:

12:00pm Saturday 18th October 2014

ROWERS took part in a gruelling 12-hour fundraiser to support the county’s sick youngsters this week.






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