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Heine on Friday: Breastfeeding welcomed, but not quite everywhere

Heine on Friday: Breastfeeding welcomed, but not quite everywhere

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The Oxford Bus Gate camera in High Street being maintained earlier this year

Politics: Bus gate fines help fund wider transport strategy

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Ruth Hawkins: Solicitor with Oxford legal firm Turpin & Miller

Legal Challenge: Malicious use of intimate images prompts new law

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Honour Tomkinson

On Yer Bike: Real risks of road cycling might not be as you expect

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David Quinn

Quiz League: Road ahead looks green for quizzers

Good times: Alan Walker graduated from Oxford Brookes in 1944 and has written an account of his university experiences during the war. In his hand, he is holding a picture of John Henry Brookes.

University Life: Gas marks, fatty cakes and bunking off to the cinema

Dr Timothy Bradshaw, Oxford University Theology department

Society swipes towards no strings-attached sex

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Rev Dr Keith Beech-Gruneberg

Migrants' arrival raises question of best policy to help neighbours

Stuart Macbeth

Almost 10 years old - but what is Twitter good for?

Peter Unsworth

Worse ways to spend time than speeding course

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Should we all be paying to look around our museums?

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On my way to a seventh-place finish at Brno, Czech Republic, on Sunday, which kept me fifth in the standings heading to Silverstone next weekend

BRADLEY SMITH COLUMN: Reasons to be cheerful on and off the track ahead of Silverstone

David Cameron

Let's do the time-warp in Witney again

Oxford’s famous High Street would be one of a small number of streets covered by a zero emissions zone

Let's be pragmatic about any zero emissions zone

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Prime minister David Cameron was instrumental in introducing the Cancer Drugs Fund but this was meant to last until 2016

Is it too much to ask for patients to be put first?

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Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: George’s designs were just Streets ahead of others

Peter Unsworth

Cabbages & Kings: Duped over my love for ‘Forces’ Sweetheart’ Vera

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Heine on Friday: Perhaps it’s time that we all got routine HIV tests

Heine on Friday: Perhaps it’s time that we all got routine HIV tests

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John McNulty, Solicitor with Oxford legal firm Turpin & Miller

Legal Challenge: Turnaround in inheritance was legally correct

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Cultural mix: Dancers at the Cowley Road Carnival this year, a showcase for Oxford’s diverse population

Politics: City embraces diversity, not anti-migrant rhetoric

Gavin Hageman

Disabled Space: Acceptance is an important part of recovery process

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Honour Tomkinson

On Yer Bike: War of the roads needs to stop for the good of us all

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David Quinn

Quiz League: Royal Blenheim are kings again

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Environmentally friendly: Samuel Williamson, transport administrator at Oxford Brookes University, rides on board the BROOKESbus service featuring Gyrodrive

University Life: Buses in pole position to save fuel with help of F1

Yours Faithfully: Why cricket helps to teach us about Christianity

Yours Faithfully: Why cricket helps to teach us about Christianity

Yours Faithfully: We must take every opportunity we can to be a blessing to others

Yours Faithfully: We must take every opportunity we can to be a blessing to others

Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: Burglary is bad – and aftermath is not much better

Peter Unsworth

Cabbages & Kings: The wonders of Alice Day are still fresh in my mind

Everybody needs good neighbours: Summertime bonfires are causing rows between households in Waterstock

Heine on Friday: Bonfires a burning issue for villagers this summer

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Ruth Hawkins - Partner with Oxford legal firm Turpin & Miller

Legal Challenge: Where there’s no will there can still be a way

Green energy: Solar panels at Bure Park Primary School in Bicester

Politics: Prime Minister must take climate change seriously

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Niall Strawson

Disabled Space: Standing up was a shock when they realise I’m 6ft plus

James Styring

On Yer Bike: The banter at my barber’s certainly isn’t a cut above

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David Quinn

Quiz League: Green Road are in cruise mode

Popular: The opening weekend at the Weston Library. Since March 21 it has welcomed more than 230,000 visitors

University Life: Bodleian treasures now accessible to everyone

Rev Bob Whorton

Yours Faithfully: Take the time to experience spiritual pleasure

Rev Bob Wilkes

Yours Faithfully: How people behave towards us is the biggest mystery of them all

Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: Two Italian men brought exotic food to the UK

Ruth Hawkins

Legal Challenge: Recent court ruling sends a strong warning

Cabbages & Kings: We seem to be locked in our own little worlds

Cabbages & Kings: We seem to be locked in our own little worlds

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Heine on Friday: Is banning smoking in open air a step too far?

Heine on Friday: Is banning smoking in open air a step too far?

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Past era: Former Deputy Prime Minister and Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg

Politics: We will stand up for local services for local people

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Disabled Space: Brain injuries can affect us in ways not always visible

Disabled Space: Brain injuries can affect us in ways not always visible

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Honour Tomkinson

On Yer Bike: Time to dust off your bike to beat these traffic jams

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Clive Stone: All patients have right to the chance of more time

Clive Stone: All patients have right to the chance of more time

David Quinn

Quiz League: Right down to the wire in such a thrilling contest

Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: I’ve been Beer goggling in to an astonishing past

Peter Unsworth

Cabbages & Kings: Receiving abuse for observing life out on the streets

Feast of fun: Crowds at Forest Hill; below, the cake stall and the pebble-painting competition

Heine on Friday: Fangs for the memory of fete’s gripping dog show

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Crime fighters: Thames Valley Police in action

Politics: Rise in crime figures does not mean more offences

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