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

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

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

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Low carbon future is dependent on election

Oxford Mail: ALL SMILED: Ed Balls during his interview with Rob Merrick at the Midland Hotel in Manchester Picture: JOEL GOODMAN

11:00am Monday 22nd December 2014

OXFORD University’s Environmental Change Institute and the Low Carbon Hub have produced a fascinating report on the future of Oxfordshire’s Low Carbon Economy.

Lady Wardington was such a striking beauty

Oxford Mail:

11:00am Monday 22nd December 2014

WHILE reading the Oxford Mail (December 18) I was stunned to come across the breathtakingly beautiful photo of Lady Wardington in the obituaries section.

There is a line between a prank and stupidity

Oxford Mail: Nurse got me through some difficult times

11:00am Monday 22nd December 2014

I WOULD like the opportunity to warn fellow cyclists in Oxford to be aware of people tampering with their bicycles when they are locked.

I can’t believe there will be yet more roadworks

Oxford Mail: Nurse got me through some difficult times

11:00am Monday 22nd December 2014

ANOTHER shambles for Oxford transport by Oxfordshire county council. The roadworks at Green Road which should have been lifted for Christmas will now be in place all over the holiday period.

It’s unlikely we will see a cut in our bus fares

Oxford Mail: Nurse got me through some difficult times

11:00am Monday 22nd December 2014

THE bus companies have told us many times the reason for fare increases is due to the cost of fuel going up. Now that the cost of fuel has fallen, and is still falling, will we see a cut in bus fares? Is that a pig I see flying by?

This is a community campaign that has made a real difference

Oxford Mail:

11:00am Monday 22nd December 2014

DAVE Horner, in his letter attacking the Save Port Meadow Campaign (‘Campaign is in danger of losing its credibility’, December 18) is not on top of the facts.

Another nail in the coffin for pedestrians

Oxford Mail: Nurse got me through some difficult times

2:00pm Friday 19th December 2014

The county council cabinet decision to allow the relocation of the Marcham Road pelican crossing about 100 metres further from the junction with Drayton Road, and to install an additional crossing on Ock Street to the east of Drayton Road, is another nail in the coffin for many groups including motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.

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