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Attraction: The band Horns of Plenty who are performing at next month’s Leys Festival

Horns will give Leys Festival sax appeal

Contents of removed canisters remain a mystery

Contents of removed canisters remain a mystery

Memories: Wendy Trinder with mum Jean Arnatt and Jack Russell Harvey

Blaze hero postman had earlier first-class rescue

Accident: The scene of the crash in Ock Street

Driver in collision survives without major injuries

Hopeful: Leys Community Market volunteers, from left, Christine McDermott, Luke Marsh , eight, his mum Cheryl Marsh

Market shuts for two months while its future is considered

Award given to Saïd Business School for food quality

Award given to Saïd Business School for food quality

Challenge: Dr Catharine Benson

Doctor on marathon cycle ride for charity

Bargains: Marie Timms, assistant manager, with some of the pre-packed bags

It’s absolutely FAB... filling a charity bag for a fiver

Conviction: Gavin Preston

Judge spares drug dealer from a longer term in jail

Man accused of sex attack on woman appears in court

Man accused of sex attack on woman appears in court

Barriers repairs needed after fatal crash

Barriers repairs needed after fatal crash

Routes shut down as traffic piles up

Routes shut down as traffic piles up

David Cameron to quiz health chiefs on closure

David Cameron to quiz health chiefs on closure

Expanding: Liz Woolley, left, with others involved in the project at the First World War memorial at St Matthew’s Church, Grandpont

Memorial exhibition is set for county tour following success

Show: Museum volunteer Rhea Douglas with artefacts from the Westgate site

Exhibition shows off car park discoveries

Second prize awarded to young writer

Second prize awarded to young writer

Looking back: Workmen laying rubber tiles in Cornmarket Street Oxford in 1937

Feature: We’ve been bringing back your memories for 20 years

Vision: An artist’s impression of the new restaurant

Caribbean cuisine is on the menu at site of famous city centre pub

From left: Nazam Mahmood, Anjum Ahmed, Shabnam Sabir, Rozeena Ali, Maryam Faradoon and Altaf Khan in Manzil Way

Faith leaders plan to light up street with Eid celebrations

Army experts continue to examine substance that caused Oxford street to shut

UPDATE: Brasnose Driftway reopened after 17 canisters removed by army

Learning: Ex-professional Linvoy Primus at the Oxford Academy during a Saoirse Boys Football Club coaching session, passing on tips to 11-year-old Ebo Aneju

Top tips from footie star Linvoy Primus

Buses avoid station as roadworks cause gridlock in and around Oxford

Buses avoid station as roadworks cause gridlock in and around Oxford

Crash on M40 closes one lane northbound between Oxford and Bicester

Crash on M40 closes one lane northbound between Oxford and Bicester

Yarnton homes without power

Yarnton homes without power

Man charged with sexual assault near Sandford Lock

Man charged with sexual assault near Sandford Lock

Stars: Film-maker Roly Carline with some of the children in the film; right, Fran Gardner pedals to create the power

Debut shows young TV crew is ‘green’

Anthony Stansfeld slashes St Aldate’s Police Station upgrade

Anthony Stansfeld slashes St Aldate’s Police Station upgrade

Warriors: Twin brothers Henry and George Hands, six, in their masks

Young warriors turn Japanese at the Ashmolean

Cash in: Ruth Gass on the drive of her Headington home with her children Naomi, 12, and Adam, 11

More residents now cash in on renting parking for commuters

Man who punched two women in street is spared prison

Man who punched two women in street is spared prison

Investigation: The road was closed off yesterday

Bomb squad probe cannisters

Violent attack on tenant gets landlord seven years in prison

Violent attack on tenant gets landlord seven years in prison

Close: Holywell Cemetery

Row brewing up on impact of student housing on cemetery

Police warn users of ‘hippy crack’

Police warn users of ‘hippy crack’

Challenge: Daniel Erginoglu, five, with Wulfie Thompson playing Mini Quidditch

Mini Quidditch is a hit with youngsters

Speeding delivery driver escapes ban

Speeding delivery driver escapes ban

Social game: Oxford Bridge Club social secretary Pat Lewis, centre, plays with Elizabeth Nutter, Carol Benzie and Gillian Beeston

Bridge club’s extension is on the cards

Police cordon off house in Oxford street following 'soil contamination'

UPDATE: Digger at Brasenose Driftway in Cowley while police investigate "contaminated soil"

Information: Dr Mary Gill outside Elms Parade in Botley

Persistence pays for a West Way campaigner as council is ordered to release info

£5m plans for scheme to tackle homelessness in Oxford approved

£5m plans for scheme to tackle homelessness in Oxford approved

Birthday offer: Virginia Moffatt was sent an email by Fusion Lifestyle

How about a birthday treat at closed centre?

Man arrested after attempted rape in Sandford-on-Thames

Man arrested after attempted rape in Sandford-on-Thames

‘No option’: Judge Peter Ross

Jail for burglar who ignored warning not to offend again

Change: Rick Steves, a leading US travel writer, now says Oxford is a better place to visit than Cambridge

Twenty years on, travel guru backs city

Two life-saving defibrillators to be installed in Leys

Two life-saving defibrillators to be installed in Leys

What's in a name? Chris Carey from Isis Electrical

‘I won’t ditch my Isis branding because of a bunch of jihadists’ says Kidlington electrician

Wedding ring stolen from New Marston home

Wedding ring stolen from New Marston home

Work to install new water main is causing delays on the Eastern Bypass

Work to install new water main is causing delays on the Eastern Bypass

Bomb disposal experts at the scene

MoD gives no clue on canister land contamination at house

Target: Top left, Henrietta Gill bringing the Quid-O-Meter up to date as director the Rev James Grote holds a bucket into which GreenSquare’s Richard Grant, front right, is putting £20

Generous fundraisers donate £10k to arts centre

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