Meeting to discuss hospital inspection

7:40am Monday 14th July 2014

THE chief executive of the county’s hospital authority will address councillors about a critical inspection of Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital this week.

On Thursday Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust’s Sir Jonathan Michael will speak to the Oxfordshire Health & Wellbeing Board about May’s Care Quality Commission report.

It rated the trust as “good” but said the JR “requires improvement.” Concerns included lack of staff in surgery, maternity and operating theatres.

The committee will meet at County Hall, New Road, Oxford from 2pm. The public can attend.

No changes have been made to M40 section dubbed "fog alley" one year after fatal crash

Oxford Mail:

6:00am Sunday 14th February 2016

NO changes have been made to a section of the M40 near Bicester known as “fog alley” almost a year since a man died in a 38-vehicle pile up.

Revised plans from Mace are unveiled for development of West Way

Oxford Mail:

6:00am Saturday 13th February 2016

THIS is what the new West Way Shopping Centre could look like.

Team behind hydro-electric scheme forced to pay £35k to construction firm

Oxford Mail:

6:00am Saturday 13th February 2016

THE team behind a community-owned hydro- electric scheme in Oxford has been forced to fork out £35,000 after losing a dispute over costs.

Oxford United players get a face full of custard for new football show for kids

Oxford Mail:

7:30pm Friday 12th February 2016

THE next time Kemar Roofe shouts “on me head” to a teammate, he will be hoping it’s a football rather than a custard pie.

Wish granted for inspirational teen Luke after life support machine turned off

Oxford Mail:

12:00pm Thursday 11th February 2016

AN INSPIRATIONAL teenager who laughed his way through life has died after doctors met his wish by switching off the machine keeping him alive.

Council told new free school planned for Headington could cause traffic problems

Oxford Mail: oxford city council logo

7:00am Thursday 11th February 2016

A NEW free school with a Christian ethos could open in Headington to help relieve pressure on existing schools.

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