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Oxford

City traders claim clogged-up roads are affecting their business

City traders claim clogged-up roads are affecting their business

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After 13 weeks of vacuuming, brushing and painting Oxford Town Hall's ceiling is unveiled

After 13 weeks of vacuuming, brushing and painting Oxford Town Hall's ceiling is unveiled

What went down when Oxford rock band Foals hit town

What went down when Oxford rock band Foals hit town

Size matters: Kit Villiers, chairman of the Friends of Cutteslowe Park, with other members marking out the perimeter of the proposed courts

Beach volleyball courts will be too big for city park, campaigners say

Street collections: City councillor Saj Malik with a bucket containing some of the £6,000 the Stanley Road and central mosques have raised for flood victims in Pakistan

Mosque collections raise funds to aid flood victims

One lane closed on A423 near Kennington as lorry sheds some of load

One lane closed on A423 near Kennington as lorry sheds some of load

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Possibilities: Headington School head Caroline Jordan

Smartphones welcome in the classroom but not playground

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Two are released in cyclist death case

Two are released in cyclist death case

Skills: Saishreyaa Anand, eight, and her dad Anand Bhaskaran printing lino cuts of elements on the periodic table

Museum turns print clock back

Changes: An aerial view of the work continuing at Frideswide Square

£5.8m Frideswide Square revamp moves into second phase of scheme

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Noise: Work continues on the Westgate site

Westgate probe as residents complain of sleepless nights

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Big day: Ross Gardiner and Ciara Kelly at their wedding

Wedding winners enjoy ‘a perfect day’

Session to meet police officers in Cutteslowe

Session to meet police officers in Cutteslowe

Foals to sign copies of their latest album at Cowley's Truck Store

Foals to sign copies of their latest album at Cowley's Truck Store

Concerns: Susanna Pressel at the junction of Great Clarendon St and Albert Street where markings have been removed

Junction markings branded a danger ‘should be reinstated’

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Window cut during Cutteslowe burglary

Window cut during Cutteslowe burglary

Convict in custody after week on run

Convict in custody after week on run

Artwork: Lord Mayor of Oxford Rae Humberstone pictured with The Gossiping Gaffers by TFM Sheard at the Town Hall

City council’s antiques worth a cool £2.5m, the Mail reveals

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Warning signs: Blackbird Leys parish councillor John Dillon with his dog Ben. Mr Dillon is angry about persistent dog fouling around Blackbird Leys Park and is now marking the offending dog mess with flags

Spectre of dog mess casting a shadow over park celebration

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Care home gets a better report

Care home gets a better report

Man is jailed for ‘reckless’ crime spree

Man is jailed for ‘reckless’ crime spree

Controversial: The proposed development by Merton College near Holywell Cemetery

College urged to think again over student flats by ancient cemetery

Good sports: Eight-year-olds Farhaz Younis, left, and Francis Kinane with Streetsports coordinator, Conor Savage

Youngsters have a ball with Street Sports sessions

Rae Humberstone

Fair blessing on mayor’s agenda

Ready to roll: Reese Pickett, nine, and Amber Edney, five, jump aboard one of the fun rides with event organiser Nigel Woodley, landlord of The George pub in Littlemore

Rain fails to dampen fayre spirits

And they're off: Runners set off at the start of the Headington 5 Race

Runners dazzle despite the drizzle in road race

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All change: Sergeant Colin Travi at his desk at Thames Valley Police headquarters in Kidlington

Moving on after success in stamping out gang culture

Escaped prisoner seen headed to Oxford arrested in Manchester

Escaped prisoner seen headed to Oxford arrested in Manchester

Paedophile who preyed on Oxford children is convicted of sexual offences

Paedophile who preyed on Oxford children is convicted of sexual offences

Legacy: Cancer survivor Barbara Gardiner with medals she received for taking part in several Race for Life events

Survivor urges others to make legacy gift

From left, Nadim Ahmed, Nour Bakir and Nazar Eltahir planning the new school

New Arabic school aims to be ‘the top’ educator of its kind

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Protest: Campaigners march through the centre of Oxford, making their feelings known about the city council decision to close Temple Cowley Pools and take over the running of the East Oxford Community Centre

Listen up: Community centre protesters march to be heard

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Council may approve get fit plan

Council may approve get fit plan

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Jailed: Joshua Derosa admitted a series of offences including an assault

Jailed for two years after string of offences

First point of contact: Theresa Bentley, left, who has nominated research nurse manager, Alexina Fantato

Hospital Heroes: ‘She’s reliable, experienced and is always there for you’

Drivers facing delays at junction nine of the M40

Drivers facing delays at M40 junction nine

More than 5,000 people flocked to the Towersey Festival on Saturday

Thousands rock on at music festival

Marchers protest in Oxford against community centre plans

Marchers protest against community centre plans

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Lc Cpl Jessica Morley-Blackwell

Army cadet enjoys summer camp action

Traced: Some of the rubbish dumped on the outskirts of Oxford by Dale Horwood

Fly-tipping teen handed £500 fine for dumping old car parts

David Humphrey and Kathleen Day-Dawson at All Saints’ Church in Wytham, which is set to undergo a £113,000 refurbishment

Historic church’s £113k refurb may be finished by Christmas

David Wood from Freeland drives his 1929 Triumph Super 7 Special through Blenheim Palace

Vintage cars are the stars at palace

Crews give it their all in the Bangladeshi Boat Race

Paddle power draws crowds to annual river boat race

Edmond Davri, of World Food Cafe

Foodies and families flock to flavour-filled festival

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Simon McCalla, chief technology officer of Nominet

It's the smart way to travel

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Police search for cue-brandishing man after violent carjacking

Time to mobilise: Ian McKendrick

Groups set to protest against cuts

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Dizzee Rascal gets the crowd jumping around as he performs on the main stage on Saturday night

Gorging on super food and a feast of top music

The site on Abingdon Road

Tough conditions placed on new cafe to make sure it doesn't turn into takeaway

Chimney stack is demolished at quarry near Kidlington

Chimney stack is demolished at quarry near Kidlington

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