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Cherwell

Cherwell District Council Elections 2015 candidates ward by ward

Cherwell District Council Elections 2015 candidates ward by ward

Two departments at Cherwell District Council up for national team award

Two departments at Cherwell District Council up for national team award

Bust: Maurice Billington with the broken rising bollard in Kidlington’s High Street, meaning vehicles can drive through the pedestrian area again

Things are a bit up and down for street's £50k rising bollard

Changes ensure pupils are on right track

Changes ensure pupils are on right track

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Councillor resigns with immediate effect

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Residents urged to help spike Cherwell's litter

Sir Tony Baldry

MP picked up £190,000 in outside earnings in 2014

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Survey reveals food hygiene’s a ‘postcode lottery’

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New outpatients area at Horton Hospital for children

New outpatients area at Horton Hospital for children

Cherwell District Council's lead member for financial management Ken Atack

Cherwell tax charge set to remain same

Councillor Ken Atack

Pair face court over swindling benefits

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Do you know shoplifting suspects?

Police seeking these people following shoplifting

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Fall in cost of emptying Cherwell's bins

Fall in cost of emptying Cherwell's bins

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Pair are rebailed over alleged attack on man

Pair are rebailed over alleged attack on man

George Reynolds

Fitness sessions launched in Cherwell

Residents aren’t recycling enough

Residents aren’t recycling enough

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Cherwell District Council has been offering recycling bins at discount rates

Last chance to buy cheap bins in Cherwell district

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Cherwell wants to merge services with South Northamptonshire and Stratford-on-Avon councils

Cherwell District Council looks to merge more services with other authorities amid Government cuts

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Changes in bin days at holiday

Changes in bin days at holiday

Yoga classes to help with 2015 keep-fit regime

Yoga classes to help with 2015 keep-fit regime

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Barry Wood

Zero-carbon town is winner for its green energy plans

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Hearing on Cherwell draft Local Plan continues

Michael Gibbard

Planning inspector to vet revised homes blueprint for Cherwell

The damaged rising bollard. Picture: OX71541 Ed Nix

Frustration and red faces as vandals damage new Kidlington High Street barrier

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Melinda Tilley

Decision ahead for Kidlington nursery and school merger

Poor hygiene shuts Grange Park School kitchen in Banbury

Poor hygiene shuts Grange Park School kitchen

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Delays on Chiltern trains through Banbury due to signalling problems

Delays on Chiltern trains through Banbury due to signalling problems

Village to get homes, school, shop and hall

Village to get homes, school, shop and hall

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Recycling bins discounting bid in North Oxfordshire

Recycling bins discounting bid in North Oxfordshire

More half term hubs on way, vows council

More half term hubs on way, vows council

Walking football for the over 50s set to kick off

Walking football for the over 50s set to kick off

Science park gets behind creativity award

Science park gets behind creativity award

A man was taken to hospital after his van came off the road and hit a garden wall

Driver taken to hospital after van hits wall

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Disability forum meets

Disability forum meets

Creche is among facilities moving at leisure centre

Creche is among facilities moving at leisure centre

‘Yes’ to plan for 24k more homes in Cherwell District Council area

‘Yes’ to plan for 24,000 more homes in Cherwell District Council area

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dismayed: Simon Head. Picture: OX70661 Damian Halliwell

Kidlington-based disabled rider rallies support for velodrome in city

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Children see nature and heritage up close

Children see nature and heritage up close

Fined for pub change

Fined for pub change

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Councillor Debbie Pickford

Boost for housebuilders

Man admits hurting boy

Man admits hurting boy

A statue at the the National Memorial Arboretum, in Staffordshire

Bikers to raise memorial funds at Ride to the Wall event

Campaigners urge homeowners to apply for HS2 compensation

Campaigners urge homeowners to apply for HS2 compensation

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Stepping down: Sir Tony Baldry

MP’s replacement sought

Cherwell District Council has won the Best Information Technology and Communication Initiative award

Cherwell's Rubbish Guide to Christmas is a winner

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Festive rubbish award for council

Festive rubbish award for council

Fire crews put out field blaze

Fire crews put out field blaze

Children’s play hub’s a winner

Children’s play hub’s a winner

World's Biggest Coffee Morning - Macmillan

Commercial Feature: Join the World's Biggest Coffee Morning with Macmillan

Memories: Sir Tony, pictured at his constituency home last year, when he celebrated 30 years as Banbury MP

Sir Tony calls time on 32-year career as an Oxfordshire MP

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