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Demo: Mark Lynas and Chris Goodall, with friend and helper Sally Taylor in the foreground, have organised a protest against the UK government’s handling of the refugee crisis. Up to 1,000 people have confirmed their attendance

Update: More than 1,200 expected at refugee protest in Oxford tomorrow

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Woman woken by masked burglar who targeted home in Kennington

Woman woken by masked burglar as she slept in Kennington home

Aid: Victoria Prentis

MP echoes colleagues over growing refugee crisis

Help: Cllr Mohammed Altaf-Khan and colleagues at the Asian Cultural Centre

Families across Oxford offer sanctuary for refugees

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Problem: Kate Smart, from the charity Asylum Welcome

Desperate refugees as young as 12 have arrived in Oxford

Consultation begins on student housing

Consultation begins on student housing

Concerned: Arthur Howse

Anger as West Way blueprint puts parade’s future in doubt

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Awards: From left, Shami Chakrabarti and Prof Janet Beer at the ceremony

Shami Chakrabarti and Professor Janet Beer get honorary degrees

On show: The replica tank

School remembers its Great War fallen

Oxford City Council named council of the year

Oxford City Council named council of the year

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Victim: Austen Harrison was killed by a falling mirror at the Hugo Boss store

Hugo Boss fined £1.2m over child's death

Damage: Cutteslowe Primary School office manager Kate Murphy at the site of the leak

Water leak at primary school ‘was a timebomb’, says head

Texting motorist given jail for injuring cyclist

Texting motorist given jail for injuring cyclist

£5m pledge to tackle homeless problem in Oxford

£5m pledge to tackle homeless problem in Oxford

Sentencing: Judge Ian Pringle

Thug avoids jail term after vicious attack

Eyes on prize: Lucy Jane is in the running for the Funeral Director of the Year Award

Producing ‘perfect send-offs’ could lead to UK funeral prize

Almost 1,000 expected at refugee crisis demonstration in Oxford on Sunday

Almost 1,000 people expected at refugee crisis demonstration in Oxford on Sunday

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Packing them in: The opening day of the St Giles Fair attracted 60,000 people last year and organisers are hoping for similar numbers

All set for St Giles Fair despite roadworks and hotel repairs

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Time for a paddle: Longlands resident Jean Phillips, 81, dabbles her feet with assistance from Friendleys founder Liz Helliwell, right, and Longlands care worker Martina Kurmeda

Oh, they do like to be beside the seaside...

On show: Artist Stephen Goodman at the Jam Factory exhibition with his piece entitled Black Sand: Spectrum Falls

Icelandic myths inspire abstract artist’s paintings

Major delays around Oxford for motorists during Friday rush-hour

Major delays around Oxford for motorists during Friday rush-hour

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Delays between Oxford and London Paddington due to signalling problems

Delays between Oxford and London Paddington due to signalling problems

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Dip in profit blamed on roadworks

Dip in profit blamed on roadworks

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People urged to check license plates following thefts

People urged to check license plates following thefts

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Slow traffic along the A420 near the Botley Interchange after crash involving broken-down lorry

Slow traffic along the A420 near the Botley Interchange after crash involving broken-down lorry

Seeking help: Afghan girls wait at a checkpoint near the Hungarian town of Roszke yesterday after crossing the border from Serbia

Hundreds expected to attend this weekend's ‘Refugees Welcome’ protest in Oxford

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Lorry driver fined for phone usage

Lorry driver fined for using his phone at the Wolvercote Roundabout

Killed: Richard Reed

Speeding motorist must ‘bear the memory’ of killing his close friend

Police urge people to report Kidlington scrap collectors

Police urge people to report Kidlington scrap collectors

Memorial: Floral tributes to Aown Dogar on Donnington Bridge on June 28

River death teen Aown Dogar was ‘shining example of good’ says father

Oxford fails to hit homeless target

Oxford fails to hit homeless target

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Magic moment: Ladder to the Moon actress Rose Turner with resident Frederick Clapton

This care home’s alive with the Sound of Music. . .

‘Unique opportunity’: Botley councillor Debby Hallett

West Way redevelopment should cater for teens in community hub, firms told

‘Positive day’: Education and childcare minister Sam Gyimah with pupils Maya Piaget, 12, and Phyllie Dolan, 12, on a visit to Heyford Park Free School yesterday

‘New free school will address demand for quality education’

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Two-vehicle crash at Golden Balls roundabout near Nuneham Courtenay

Two-vehicle crash at Golden Balls roundabout near Nuneham Courtenay

Creative: Songwriter Matt Winkworth

Songsmith and partner score £10,000 from Hollywood star Kevin Spacey

Visit: Lucie Mayer, left, with Green Party leader Natalie Bennett

Farm about to sprout

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Vision: An artist’s impression of the accommodation

Care home student hostel bid set to go ahead despite fears

Coroner rules that death of Oxford schoolboy Aown Dogar was accidental

Update: Aown Dogar's friends and emergency services made heroic efforts to try to save him

How to find the best deal on your next used car- http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/cars

How to find the best deal on your next used car

Burst water main causes Cutteslowe Primary School to shut until Monday

Burst water main causes Cutteslowe Primary School to shut until Monday

Police try to reassure residents after man arrested for aggravated burglary in Oxford

Police try to reassure residents after man arrested for aggravated burglary in Oxford

Scales of Justice: 18 cases heard at Oxford Magistrates Court

Scales of Justice: 18 cases heard at Oxford Magistrates Court

Sentence: Judge Ian Pringle

No jail for thug who attacked his wife after 20 pints of cider

Chance: Cheney School pupil Chanthe Powell at Lincoln College

University Life: How I got UNIQ insight into studying at Oxford

Welcome: John Tanner at the house

Demolition for double murder house

Prize: Jonathan Wynn with his Countdown teapot

Maths teacher demonstrates his winning ways with words

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Green will fight for seat on city council

Green will fight for seat on city council

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Homecoming: Oxford band Foals signing their new album at Truck Store, Cowley Road

Only Foals and hoarses as singer loses voice

Secure: Assistant manager outside Alisons Animals, Zoe Johnson, with Daisy the guinea pig

Pet shop ‘saved’ from closure by ban on commuter parking

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