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Fr Nazarius Mgungwe takes the Sunday morning mass at Sacred Heart Church, Blackbird Leys

Summer celebrations for Heart of the community

Fitzharry school pupils with collections manager Dr Hilary Ketchum and the skeleton of the sea monster

Prehistoric skeleton found in quarry is donated to museum

Standing, fifth from left, Cameron Henderson-Begg with Kate Windsor, and, front, Freddie Popplewell and Grainne O’Mahony

University of Oxford holds donor drive to find life-saving stem cell donation

Hayley Beer-Gamage, chief executive of Experience Oxfordshire, by the Bridge of Sighs in Oxford

Tourism chief heads a drive to attract more overseas visitors

Carbon Black customer manager Matt Neale with one of the wheelchairs

Black to the future: Invention is not just any old wheelchair

Traffic building as crash blocks A34 Northbound

Traffic building as crash blocks A34 northbound

At the serving hatch are service user David Shine, manager Tom Ballard, Dan Guy (kitchens), volunteer co-ordinator Helen Wright and reporter Michael Race

'Without more volunteers we'll have to shut kitchen'

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Staff from Oxford Homeless Pathways and Aspire Oxford, Paul Roberts, Catherine Pullen, Craig Davison, Mark Gallagher and Helen Mariner

Homeless charities double up to combat funding cuts

The Horns of Plenty playing at the Radcliffe Camera to kick off Oxford’s Christmas Lights Festival

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas here

Improvements to be made for dignity of care given to patients in Oxfordshire report says

Improvements to be made for dignity of care given to patients in Oxfordshire report says

David Cameron with Jo Sensecall, of the West Oxfordshire Business Awards, and Andrew Hammond, winner of the 2015 West Oxfordshire Business of the Year award

PM kicks off annual awards to honour district’s top business

Two car crash causes long delays on the A34 Northbound

Crash causes long delays on the A34 northbound at Wendlebury

Oxford City Council

Crucial £2m flood protection funds set to receive go-ahead

76-year-old man convicted at Oxford Crown Court

Man from Banbury convicted of indecent assault at Oxford Crown Court

Steve Jones’s entry Urban Trails

Contestants capture picture perfect images of Oxford for Ashmolean competition

Shop aid sends quake pupils back to school

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Work under way to repair weir on Thames

Instructor Sagie Bogdane teaches some moves to six-year-old Dominic Von Papp

Fighting fit children practise kung fu

Martin Tasker

Plans for gym with 24-hour work-outs

Witney author Juliet Souch

Publisher helps tackle EU tax legislation

Jenny Brown’s polo businesss Pampeano is going from strength to strength on the back of a peer-to-peer loan

'Peer-to-peer loan' kick-starts growth for polo clothing firm

Awarded: Brainomix’s Dr Michalis Papadakis

Grants boost life-saving research work

Mirror mirror: Left to right, therapist Harriet Franklin, aesthetic surgeon Dr Helen Hamilton, and therapists Sarah Pennie and Carla Stewart

The future’s looking radiant at cosmetic treatment business

Peter Rawcliffe

Call for expert to judge impact of £120m Oxford flood relief channel

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Members of Pirate Fitness all set for the Witney Carnival parade

Colourful carnival brings out the crowds for Witney

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Members of Pirate Fitness all set for the Witney Carnival parade

Colourful carnival brings out the crowds for Witney

Gloucestershire Police

Motorcyclist dies

Liberty Baker

Liberty's dad gets apology

Hands up: Centre, from left, Kate Berman, Windmill Primary School headteacher Lynn Knapp and Jayne Lacny

‘Numskills’ making maths add up to fun

Visit: David Cameron with apprentice Luke Treadwell

PM visits firm’s apprenticeship scheme

Adrian James on the A34 flyover at South Hinksey

Park-and-walk scheme 'could beat congestion' says architect

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Mark Gardener on stage at Field Day. Picture: Tim Hughes

Reunited Ride to hit the road...again

Positive investment: Chief executive Lisa Ashford

Learn about ethical investment at event

Trauma conference

Controversial homes plan to be debated

Controversial homes plan to be debated

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Pedestrian involved in collision with van in Barton

Pedestrian involved in collision with van in Barton

Fraudulent teacher given three-year ban from profession

Headliners: Stuart Macbeth on stage with The Original Rabbit Foot Spasm Band (Picture: Dawn Fetcher-Park)

Local line-up: who's playing Cornbury Festival?

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Cooking up a storm: Raymond Blanc OBE

Raymond Blanc heads into the Wilderness

Hugo Pickering, chief executive of Cotswolds Broadband, said his company hoped to sign off final contract negotiations next month to start building the network in August. Picture: Mark Hemsworth

Roll-out of broadband to rural areas may not be so superfast

Jon Harris at work

The Witney man converting old boilers into corsets for Oxford Fashion Week

Fight to get village hero his memorial

Antony David

Tech boss: Oxford's housing prices are holding the industry back

Juliet Souch

Author tackles PM over EU VAT change 'that threatens small businesses'

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Craig Simmons

Pioneering bond scheme may free up council access to cash

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Lynn Shepherd and David Waller, of Venturefest, and Prof Alistair Fitt, Vice Chancellor of Oxford Brookes University

Networking event will become a week-long festival

What's cooking? From left, chefs Jordan Gill, Billy Sheehy, Tamas Szucs, and head chef Dylan Bettson

Hotel enjoys makeover as numbers rise

Revamp: The Guildhall in Abingdon

Abingdon Guildhall will close for "at least" a year

Builders admit shoddy work on OAP’s home

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