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Woman hurt after car smashes into store

Oxford Mail: The damage to the front of Bicester Co-op store caused by the crash

7:00am Wednesday 16th April 2014

A car crashed through the glass front of a Co-op store yesterday, leaving a woman injured.

Man charged with perverting justice in Connor Tremble case

Oxford Mail: Connor Tremble

9:10am Tuesday 15th April 2014

The third man charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of Connor Tremble appeared in court yesterday.

Man who raped daughter is jailed for 15 years

Oxford Mail: Terry Haynes

6:30am Saturday 12th April 2014

A MAN has been jailed for 15 years for what a judge called depraved sexual abuse of his daughter from the age of five.

Police Tweet removed

Oxford Mail: Thames Valley Police logo

8:00am Thursday 10th April 2014

Thames Valley Police has removed a Tweet by one of its officers because it could have prejudiced a court case.

Cotswold Line cycle route provides an inter-city link

Oxford Mail: North and West Oxfordshire Sustrans co-ordinator Richard Fairhurst

5:00am Tuesday 8th April 2014

NEW signs are going up for a cycle route which links Oxford and Worcester following the Cotswold Line.

Business comment: Employment trend is sign of the times

Oxford Mail: university of oxford logo

2:00pm Thursday 20th March 2014

The make-up of the Oxfordshire economy is changing. The public sector still remains a huge employer but, for the first time in five years of the Oxfordshire Top 100 Employers’ survey, the county council has fallen from the top spot.

Foodbank pioneer pledges to keep on giving out help

Oxford Mail: LIFELINE: Jane Benyon makes up a food parcel

2:00pm Thursday 20th March 2014

How did I get here? Gill Oliver meets charity worker Jane Benyon

Mini sales take a dip

Oxford Mail: The Mini

2:20pm Thursday 13th March 2014

Global sales of the Mini fell significantly last month.

Company to replace faulty heating system at no cost

Oxford Mail: Daniel Lindenbaum with the heat pump

2:00pm Thursday 13th March 2014

HOMEOWNERS faced with a bill for thousands of pounds after a green heating technology system broke down have been offered a replacement free of charge after the Oxford Mail stepped in.

People are being priced out of county property market

Oxford Mail: Mark Charter, of Carter Jonas, says 25 per cent of his sales of Oxfordshire homes are to London buyers

11:30am Thursday 6th March 2014

LOCAL people are being priced out of the Oxfordshire property market, according to experts.

Innovation centre in search for more premises

Oxford Mail: Gail Buswell, Margaret Hewitt, Chris Dore, Charmayne Cooper and David Jackson from Oxford Innovation Centre Picture: OX65723 Antony Moore

11:30am Thursday 6th March 2014

BOSSES at a hi-tech centre for business are searching for more space after becoming fully occupied.

Man starved after benefits were cut

Oxford Mail: MALNUTRITION: Mark Wood

9:00am Friday 28th February 2014

A ‘vulnerable and fragile’ man starved to death four months after most of his benefits were stopped and he was left with just £40 a week to survive on.

Football teams pay their respect in minute’s silence to cyclist

Oxford Mail: The Marston Saints and OUP teams stand for a minute’s silence before kick-off on Saturday to remember Derek Measor              Picture: Steve Wheeler

8:00am Monday 24th February 2014

FOOTBALL coach Derek Measor was remembered with a minute’s silence before two of the clubs he worked with faced each other on Saturday.

RAF crews take to the skies in county flood relief effort

Oxford Mail: An aerial shot of flood damage in Wallingford, taken by an RAF Benson crew

10:00pm Thursday 20th February 2014

HELICOPTER crews from RAF Benson have joined in helping flood relief efforts in Oxfordshire.

New group will interest children in natural world

Oxford Mail: Credenhill Park Wood could be under new plans according to the Woodland Trust.

5:00pm Thursday 20th February 2014

A GROUP has been set up in Charlbury to promote children’s interest in nature.

Hi-tech firm bullish as private jets firm is ‘soaring away’

Oxford Mail: Winter Olympics 2014

2:00pm Thursday 20th February 2014

Bosses at hi-tech manufacturer Oxford Instruments have revealed sales had fallen in the last quarter of 2013.

Innovative position

Oxford Mail: Chris Allington, left, and Tom Hanney

2:00pm Thursday 20th February 2014

Tom Hanney has been appointed as the new manager of the Bicester Innovation Centre.

Business Profile: IT firm supremo witnessed Poland’s freedom struggle

Oxford Mail: Yolanta Gill

1:00pm Thursday 20th February 2014

AS a student in Poland, Yolanta Gill took part in demonstrations supporting the freedom of her country from Communism.


Oxford Mail: Flood

4:29pm Monday 10th February 2014

Photo taken from the bridge over the Seacourt Stream in Wytham, just 15 minutes ago. In 2007 the water reached the bottom line of the 3.


Oxford Mail: Flooding

11:42am Sunday 9th February 2014

Abingdon road closed yet again, sandbags being distributed. Levels not as high as last month but rising. Local people saying 'this is happening more often and getting higher each time'

kennington rd closed

Oxford Mail: kennington rd closed

11:40am Sunday 9th February 2014

kennington rd now closed Based on information supplied by nigel.

Flooding behind Chaunterell Way, Abingdon

Oxford Mail: Flooding behind Chaunterell Way, Abingdon

8:57am Sunday 9th February 2014

River levels subsided a little overnight..breathing space till the next time!

Move will make council services more accessible

Oxford Mail: Ian Hudspeth.

6:00am Thursday 6th February 2014

RESIDENTS will soon be able to access more council services in Abingdon town centre.

Richard Thompson to headline Towersey festival

Oxford Mail: Virtuoso: Richard Thompson

11:18am Tuesday 28th January 2014

FOLK-rock pioneer Richard Thompson will help celebrate the 50th anniversary of Oxfordshire's Towersey Festival by headlining this summer's event.

WIN! a luxury New Year break in beautiful Pembrokeshire

Oxford Mail: WIN! a luxury New Year break in beautiful Pembrokeshire

We are giving away 10 January breaks to the Bluestone National Park Resort in Wales. Here's how to win one...

Singer makes it big in the US but still misses Oxford

Oxford Mail: Summer Watson

8:10am Monday 30th December 2013

Former Didcot schoolgirl reaches top of iTunes charts

£17.2m pot of Euro cash aid to benefit 3,000 businesses

Oxford Mail: Giant elevators take the raw beet into the factory

11:30am Thursday 19th December 2013

OXFORDSHIRE Local Enterprise Partnership has unveiled how it plans to spend a £17.2m pot of European cash.

Family business makes for a truly moving experience

Oxford Mail: Anthony Robinson, managing director of Abingdon-based Robinsons Relocation

11:30am Thursday 19th December 2013

ANTHONY Robinson fled to the other side of the world to escape the family business.

Bereaved Bicester blogger Beth Britton talks to G8 dementia summit

Oxford Mail: POIGNANT: Beth Britton with her father, Ray, on their last outing together in October 2011

6:30am Monday 16th December 2013

BETH Britton has used her family’s experience of dementia to campaign for better support for others.

Jayden update: Police hunting for her between Upton and Didcot + CCTV image and audio of press conference

Oxford Mail: Jayden Parkinson.

3:51pm Friday 13th December 2013

POLICE are searching a rural area between Didcot and the village of Upton including a disused railway line as they continue to hunt for missing teenager Jayden Parkinson.

Lawyers play Santa

Oxford Mail: BMW apprentice Emma Cross

10:00pm Thursday 12th December 2013

STAFF at Oxford law firm Morgan Cole and healthcare research company Picker Institute Europe have teamed up to donate gifts to disadvantaged children in a “Secret Santa” initiative More than 30 children aged up to 16 who are cared for by the Oxfordshire Thriving Families programme were able to have gifts of their choice including games, computer equipment and vouchers for local stores.

Youth joblessness falls by 142 per cent in four years

10:00pm Thursday 12th December 2013

YOUTH unemployment in Oxfordshire has fallen by 142 per cent in the last four years, latest figures show.

Restaurant is rising from the ashes of pizza chain

Oxford Mail: Scott Charlesworth of Cleaver restaurants inside the George Street branch    Picture: OX644062 Ric Mellis

10:00pm Thursday 12th December 2013

THIRTY jobs have been created at a new restaurant in Oxford city centre.

Eight months in jail for handling stolen jewellery

Oxford Mail: Oxford Crown Court

12:00pm Saturday 7th December 2013

HANDLING around £2,000 worth of stolen jewellery has landed a Banbury man with an eight-month prison sentence.

Andrzej Mialkowski: A real mover and shaker, Strictly speaking of course

Oxford Mail: CLASS ACT: Andrzej Mialkowski and Tina Tao rehearse for Strictly Oxford

10:00pm Thursday 5th December 2013

As a schoolboy, Andrzej Mialkowski was embarrassed to tell classmates he loved dancing.

Buildbase scoop award second year in a row

Oxford Mail: NUMBER 1: From left, awards host Ben Fogle with Stephen Thompstone, of Buildbase, and Keith Ellis, from category sponsor Hanson UK

10:00pm Thursday 5th December 2013

Cowley builders’ merchants Buildbase has picked up a coveted industry award for the second year running.

Investments hit £1m

Oxford Mail: Founder Jamie Hartzell

5:00pm Thursday 28th November 2013

Online ethical investment firm Ethex, based at the Old Music Hall in Cowley Road, has raised more than £1m since launching in January.

Pioneer firm opens two ‘solar glass’ laboratories

Oxford Mail: Dr Henry Snaith, right, Oxford Photovoltaics’ chief scientific officer and co-founder, shows minister Greg Barker, left, a climate chamber while chief executive and co-founder Kevin Arthur and Nicola Blackwood MP look on

5:00pm Thursday 28th November 2013

A BUSINESS that will turn skyscrapers into the power stations of the future has taken a new step forward.

Curry house wins top awards

Oxford Mail: Dudon Ali with the awards

5:00pm Thursday 28th November 2013

BICESTER: A curry house is celebrating two awards — one ranking it the best restaurant in the South East.

Major sponsor pulls out but ‘literary festival will go on’

Oxford Mail: Sally Dunsmore, organiser of the Oxford Literary Festival

5:00pm Thursday 28th November 2013

THE Oxford Literary Festival has lost one of its main sponsors, The Sunday Times, but promises to be back, as big as ever, next year.

Views deadline on former police station pushed back

5:00pm Thursday 28th November 2013

The deadline for comments on an appeal over plans for apartments at a former police station has been moved to December 6.

The top apprentice in a high-tech world of fusion

Oxford Mail: Lydia Feasey

5:00pm Thursday 28th November 2013

ENGINEER Lydia Feasey has been voted the top apprentice in her field.

Television challenge netted Millie Groupon’s dream job

Oxford Mail: Millie Humphries

5:00pm Thursday 28th November 2013

THIS time last year, Millie Humphries was working in bars, trying to work out what to do with her life after dropping out of her politics course at university.

Part-time firefighters needed in West Oxfordshire

Oxford Mail: Matt Smith and Deb Lamb, of Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service, at the Chipping Norton recruitment day

5:44pm Wednesday 27th November 2013

DO you have what it takes to be a firefighter?

Agency takes PRide

Oxford Mail: Agency takes PRide

5:07pm Wednesday 27th November 2013

Specialist public relations and marketing agency, Propel Technology, has won a top award.

Relatives tell jury of horror at widow’s pauper funeral

Oxford Mail: ACCUSED: John Morgan

7:00am Wednesday 27th November 2013

A WOMAN has told the jury in the trial of a councillor accused of stealing £154,000 from an OAP that she was “horrified” by her sister-in-law’s “pauper’s funeral”.

Team aims to ease problem of bed sores

7:00am Wednesday 20th November 2013

SPECIALIST nurses are hoping to raise awareness about pressure ulcers, also known as bed sores or pressure sores.

‘New Mini keeps city where it belongs’

Oxford Mail: MEP Catherine Bearder

7:00am Wednesday 20th November 2013

OXFORD-based Member of the European Parliament Catherine Bearder has welcomed the launch of the new Mini.

RAF mission of mercy to typhoon zone

Oxford Mail: An RAF C17 aircraft at RAF Brize Norton is loaded with vital equipment to help the typhoon relief effort in the Philippines                     Picture: Mark Hemsworth

11:00am Saturday 16th November 2013

RAF Brize Norton personnel have flown to the Philippines in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan.

Town councillor quits

7:00am Saturday 16th November 2013

CHARLBURY: Town councillor Russell Robson resigned from his position yesterday for personal reasons.

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