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City pubs loaded with history

City pubs loaded with history

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Unusual: Sam Madder, general manager of the Victoria pub, and its quirky interior including their own version of the Sistine Chapel painting

Feature: New book is a top guide to winners and boozers

Music fans flock to Towersey Festival

Music fans flock to Towersey Festival

Police called to incident in centre of Witney

Police called to incident in centre of Witney

Milestone: Isabel Turner celebrates her 100th birthday at St John’s care home with her son William Turner, his wife Helen and grand-daughter Sara Friend

Isabel overwhelmed at 100th celebrations

Pool cue attack in Cowley car-jacking incident

Snooker cue attack in Cowley car-jacking incident

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First Great Western train services from Oxford hit by strike

First Great Western train services from Oxford hit by strike

Visionary: Dr Graeme MacKenzie with a pair of Adlens Focuss glasses with Flux frames

Hi-spec glasses created in city to revolutionise sight

Road blocked after two-vehicle smash

Road blocked after two-vehicle smash

Absconded: Joseph Tsang

Police believe rapist may have fled country using a second passport

Controversy: Managing director Abdul Rahman, left, with owner Aziz Rahman outside their restaurant in Cowley Road, Oxford

Curry row heats up over ‘fake’ reviews

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Missed: Skye Hall

Mum of Skye Hall’s message on sad anniversary

Charge: Owen Hopkins becomes a Roman soldier

Summer course was a real Classic

Carole Roberts

Tributes to ‘forthright, caring and exceptional’ former Lord Mayor

Challenges to face: Oxford United employees Kevin Smith, with the Milk Cup, and Caroline Robbins

‘I’m terrified, but I’ll sing for fans to boost U’s trust’

Corbyn’s used cup snapped up for £51

Corbyn’s used cup snapped up for £51

Busy: Branch manager Greg Porter takes a look at the progress on the new Waitrose store in Botley Road

Jobs boost at Waitrose as new store takes shape

Two Oxford homes burgled

Two Oxford homes burgled

Council called on to ‘listen to concerns’

Council called on to ‘listen to concerns’

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Seven men charged with child sex offences dating back to the 1990s

Seven men charged with child sex offences dating back to the 1990s

Close shave: From left, Faith King with her mum Sue Higgins, organiser of the Beard Festival, and barber Robert Pewsey, who has been in the business for 50 years

Beard Festival to celebrate wonderful whiskers

Support: Miss Oxfordshire Layla Claridge at the Oxfordshire Museum wearing a dress made from recycled materials with a pyramid made from recycled bicycle wheels

Glamour out of garbage

Proposal: Matthew Barber

Call for districts’ assistance in sharing city’s housing burden

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Visit: Natalie Bennett, left, with Kate Prendergast

Green leader lashes hotel plan for city

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Weather warning and rail strike cast cloud over weekend

Weather warning and rail strike cast cloud over weekend

Challenge: Mayor of Thame Nichola Dixon

‘Apprehensive’ mayor set to take plunge for charity

Pleased: Councillor John Tanner on the Vanderbilt site at Heyford Hill

Plans unveiled for 140 homes to be built on Iron Age ‘banjo’

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Change: The site on Abingdon Road

Tough conditions placed on new cafe to make sure it doesn’t turn into takeaway

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Delighted: Oxfordshire Crossroads Care development manager Sean Beckham and chief executive Mary Rainford with the disabled van purchased thanks to a £25,000 grant from the Gannett Foundation

Charities invited to apply for cash grants worth thousands

Cyclist rushed to hospital with serious injuries following crash in Abingdon

Cyclist rushed to hospital with serious injuries following crash in Abingdon

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On the run: Convicted rapist Joseph Tsang is believed to have fled to Hong Kong

MP demanding answers after convicted sex offender flees

Appeal: The Rev Chris Gaynor, left, and Peter Goode, are appealing for more people to help run Hanwell Fields Community Centre in Banbury

‘Help out or popular centre could close’

Rory Kilpatrick tucks into a pork and crackling roll at last year’s Big Feastival

Feature: Tickle your taste buds at these bank holiday weekend family events

Rail delays of about 15 minutes between Oxford and Reading tonight

Rail delays of about 15 minutes between Oxford and Reading tonight

Drivers have been delayed on the A34 near Oxford

Drivers have been delayed on the A34 near Oxford

Safari fun for bug game hunters

Safari fun for bug game hunters

Children are astro-nuts for space science camp

Children are astro-nuts for space science camp

Step back in time: Darien Garwood, 10, and Ruby Simmons, 10, act out a scene from their Egyptian play

Youngsters are bringing some ‘Horrid History’ to life

Whale of time at museum

Whale of time at museum

How to find the best deal on your next used car- http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/cars

How to find the best deal on your next used car

Traffic camera still of traffic building on the M40 northbound

Traffic building after electrical fire on M40 near Bicester

Cyclist taken to hospital after crash with van in Littlemore

Cyclist taken to hospital after crash with van in Littlemore

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

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

In place: The bridge connecting the new platforms at Bicester’s redeveloped station has been installed ahead of its opening

New commuter link nearing completion

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Stun team: From left, Phil Court, Adam Townsend and Martin Moore conduct the project to survey fish species in the River Cherwell

Variety of fish impresses researchers

Clued up: Jonathan Crowther, better known in crossword circles as Azed, has just had his 2,250th puzzle published

Crossword maestro publishes 2,250th beguiling brainteaser

Peter Unsworth

Cabbages & Kings: Lady Chatterley is back but where are rude words?

Heine on Friday: Breastfeeding welcomed, but not quite everywhere

Heine on Friday: Breastfeeding welcomed, but not quite everywhere

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‘Astonishing act of bravery’: Town mayor Lynda Atkins beside a memorial to the two airmen

Service will honour plane crash heroes

Police finance chief denies force  faces UK’s highest cuts of £43.7m

Police finance chief denies force faces UK’s highest cuts of £43.7m

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