Police watchdog called in over handling of death of woman in Kidlington

12:06pm Friday 30th May 2014

THAMES Valley Police has called in the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) to look at its handling of an unexplained death of a woman last year.

Caron Kiernan died aged 54 in Charlton-on-Otmoor, near Kidlington, on December 19 2013.

The force has been forced to refer itself to the IPCC because Ms Kiernan had recent contact with the police before she died.

The date for an inquest into her death has not been set.

Sister Frances Dominica told not to return to Helen and Douglas House after investigation

Oxford Mail: Hospice founder Sister Frances with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip at the opening of Douglas House in 2004

8:55am Saturday 4th July 2015

HELEN and Douglas House founder Sister Frances Dominica has been told not to return to the hospices following allegations of historic sexual abuse, it was confirmed today.

New Oxford station could be delayed due to Network Rail’s failings

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Saturday 4th July 2015

THERE are fears the £75m overhaul of Oxford Railway station may not take place for almost a decade.

Two men have died after a microlight crash in Enstone

Oxford Mail: Thames Valley Police logo

8:31am Saturday 4th July 2015

TWO men died last night after the microlight they were flying in crashed at Enstone airfield.

Events held across Oxford for Alice's Day on 150th anniversary

Oxford Mail:

11:23am Saturday 4th July 2015

TODAY Oxford is celebrating the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's classic story, Alice in Wonderland.

Oxford United chief Darryl Eales: I wish we had got in sooner

Oxford Mail:

9:30am Saturday 4th July 2015

Darryl Eales says the only big regret of his first year in charge at Oxford United was the takeover was not completed sooner.

Man charged with conspiracy to rob and kidnap in Oxford

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9:15am Saturday 4th July 2015

A MAN has been charged with a conspiracy to kidnap and rob in Oxford, Thames Valley Police has said.

Oxfordshire tourist agency vows to keep working to attract the US visitors

Oxford Mail:

9:00am Saturday 4th July 2015

AS AMERICANS celebrate the Fourth of July today, tourism staff vowed to work hard to keep the US dollar flowing into Oxfordshire.

Get a close-up look at what was under the Westgate car park

Oxford Mail:

9:00am Saturday 4th July 2015

FINDINGS from the biggest archaeological dig Oxford has seen will go on display today.

Dad who shook baby handed 27 months

Oxford Mail: Oxford Crown Court

8:30am Saturday 4th July 2015

A FATHER who caused internal bleeding to his ten-month-old baby after shaking her was jailed for 27 months.

Plans for 150-bed hotel in Oxford include a new microbrewery

Oxford Mail:

7:00am Saturday 4th July 2015

BEER could once again be brewed at a city centre site as part of £30m plans for a new hotel.

Hospital porters likely to back action over jobs and pay cuts

Oxford Mail:

6:30am Saturday 4th July 2015

HOSPITAL porters are expected to have voted in favour of industrial action yesterday in a ballot over proposed changes to their jobs.

Romans invade school to bring ancient history to life

Oxford Mail:

6:30am Saturday 4th July 2015

ROME wasn’t built in a day, but that didn’t stop the students at Cheney School from trying.

Women’s World Cup squad is sparking inspiration on and off pitch

Oxford Mail:

6:00am Saturday 4th July 2015

ENGLAND Women’s successful World Cup tournament has been proving inspirational in the city.

Our care cost quadrupled: I just thought they‘d made a mistake

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Friday 3rd July 2015

DISABLED people are said to be living in fear of more cuts to their care and benefits as they struggle to cope with government changes.

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