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Traffic building up in centre of Oxford due to George St closure

Traffic building up in centre of Oxford due to George St closure

Traffic building up in centre of Oxford due to George St closure

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

Oxford Mail: County Council leader Ian Hudspeth

5:33pm Friday 4th September 2015

LOCAL control of health service budgets in Oxfordshire has been included in a £4bn bid to secure major new powers from the Government.

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

Oxford Mail: Austen Harrison

3:46pm Friday 4th September 2015

A DESIGNER clothing firm has today been fined £1.2m for "systematic" health and safety failures that led to a four-year-old boy being crushed by a 7ft mirror.

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

Oxford Mail:

11:48am Friday 4th September 2015

A woman and her daughter who were missing from Witney have been found safe and well.

Delays between Oxford and London Paddington due to signalling problems

Oxford Mail: FGW train new

11:06am Friday 4th September 2015

A SIGNALLING problem at London Paddington is expected to cause delays of up to half an hour to all trains travelling from Oxfordshire to the capital until midday.

Hundreds expected to attend this weekend's ‘Refugees Welcome’ protest in Oxford

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Friday 4th September 2015

HUNDREDS are expected to attend a demonstration in Oxford this weekend against the UK Government’s stance on refugees.

Speeding motorist must ‘bear the memory’ of killing his close friend

Oxford Mail:

8:00am Friday 4th September 2015

A MAN who killed his 26-year-old friend by speeding near North Leigh was jailed for a year yesterday.

The search to find Reggie his paw-fect forever home is on

Oxford Mail:

8:00am Friday 4th September 2015

A “BOISTEROUS and bouncy” dog who “gets a bit psychotic” when he sees a vet has been stuck in an Oxfordshire rehoming centre for eight years.

River death teen Aown Dogar was ‘shining example of good’ says father

Oxford Mail:

7:00am Friday 4th September 2015

FRIENDS and the emergency services made “heroic” efforts to try to save an Oxford teenager on the night he drowned, a coroner said yesterday.

‘Mail-backed literacy campaign should be expanded throughout the county’ say organisers

Oxford Mail:

6:30am Friday 4th September 2015

EVERY school in the county should be part of an Oxford Mail-backed literacy campaign, organisers have said.

West Way redevelopment should cater for teens in community hub, firms told

Oxford Mail:

6:00am Friday 4th September 2015

A ‘CHILL-OUT’ space for teenagers, a coffee shop and a computer room should be provided as part of a new West Way community hub., residents say.

Jacob Harper jailed for a year after killing passenger Richard Reed in car crash near Long Hanborough

Oxford Mail:

6:30pm Thursday 3rd September 2015

A 23-year-old man has been jailed for a year following the death of Long Hanborough man Richard Reed in a car crash last year.

‘New free school will address demand for quality education’

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Thursday 3rd September 2015

AN 880-PUPIL free school in Oxford has been hailed as the beginning of a new solution to the county’s shortage of places.

Judge delays sentencing Hugo Boss over boy's death at Bicester village after he was crushed by mirror

Oxford Mail: Austen Harrison

5:06pm Thursday 3rd September 2015

A JUDGE has postponed sentencing a designer clothing firm over health and safety failures that led to a four-year-old boy being crushed by a 7ft mirror.

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