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Challenge: Andrew Chesterman with his seven-year-old daughter Escenia

‘Unpleasant confrontations’ on buses over buggy spaces

Police top brass warn cuts to force will 'change the priority' on crimes

Police top brass warn cuts to force will 'change the priority' on crimes

My normal: From left, Maya Francis, Spencer Wilkinson, Christina Riley, front, and Hannah Bruce

‘This project gives our community a voice’

Meat to please you: Dave Bartlett with some of his sausages

Sausage sales sizzling, say butchers

More work needed to identify the perpetrators of child sexual abuse

More work needed to identify the perpetrators of child sexual abuse

Got one: Pete Newbold of Oxfordshire Mammal Group holding a sleepy dormouse

Volunteers needed to go on dormice hunt to help survey

Teenage dad jailed for string of offences

Teenage dad jailed for string of offences

Oxfordshire air ambulance set for delivery

Oxfordshire air ambulance set for delivery

Councils in spat over housing

Councils in spat over housing

Consultation on Chipping Norton Community Hospital suspended

Consultation on Chipping Norton Community Hospital suspended

Petition: Some of the residents campaigning to save the bus route

500 sign up to save threatened bus route

Hazel Punter with her St John Ambulance gilt Laurel Leaf award

Hazel’s half a century of caring is honoured

The cars are the stars: Nick Mulford at the toy fair

A century of toys prove more than just child’s play at county fair

Help: Tilly Burns, left, and Jodie Meeson with their artwork  which helped raise £300 for the mental health charity Restore

Teenagers prove their mettle in county citizenships scheme

Adventure: Morgan Lyes and other Scouts get ready to go

Top Scouts in Japan for world jamboree

Former Thames Valley Police chief constable admits cuts could see police not responding as quickly to crimes

Former Thames Valley Police chief constable admits cuts could see police not responding as quickly to crimes

Making a difference: Front, from left, OCVA chief executive Kathy Shaw and Sam Payne of the charity One-Eighty, with Caroline Marques, Trevor Barton, Val Ireland, John Hayes and Simon Barnard

Action group’s site a first to finding funds

Campaign launched to save the buffet car

Campaign launched to save the buffet car

Second chances: Mike Terry, left, and Ben Thompson

Crash survivor wants to hand big chance to new apprentice

Ai Weiwei

Blenheim Palace’s staff invite artist Ai Weiwei to visit

Stamp of approval: David Cameron with the commemorative plaque

David Cameron unveils Churchill stamp plaque in Woodstock

District council's draft local plan set for scrutiny

District council's draft local plan set for scrutiny

They're off: Andrew Hall and his fellow cyclists leave Blenheim Palace

Epic trek in Skye Hall’s memory under way

Issues: North Drive Pre-school in Grove

Preschool is still ‘inadequate’ after re-inspection by Ofsted

An artist’s impression of the new Thame skatepark

New park ‘will be a skateboarder’s dream’

Severe weather warning issued for parts of Oxfordshire

Severe weather warning issued for parts of Oxfordshire

Clive Stone

County's cancer victims have better chances of surviving

Future of child protection unit is thrown into doubt

Future of child protection unit is thrown into doubt

Stability: Sister Elizabeth Jane, who has been with the community for 22 years, outside St Mary’s Chapel

Feature: Invitation to join sisters in a peaceful way of life

All set: Riverside Festival organiser Andy Pickard in among the twig and branch wooden figures that will feature all around the festival site this year

10,000 expected to twig that free music festival is on

‘Nail in the coffin’ for town centre traders

‘Nail in the coffin’ for town centre traders

Selfie: Steve Blair at a FGW buffet

Commuter starts selfie campaign to save train buffet cars from axe

Police offences figures unreleased

Police offences figures unreleased

Thief conceals knife during Eynsham Co-op raid

Thief conceals knife during Eynsham Co-op raid

Blooming: John Mattock with a rose in the Spencer Court care home garden

He used to grow 500,000 roses a year...and he’s still judging them

No smoke without fire: Shaun Evans and a co-star filming Endeavour

Plot thickens as stars return for Endeavour filming

Loan scheme to help teachers get on to the property ladder

Loan scheme to help teachers get on to the property ladder

Magical: Jethro Pickford casts his eye over metal and glass sculptures created by his mum Jenny

Big crowds come to see the ‘magic’ of Art in Action

Brolly good idea: Cate Moglia, right, during a Bring Your Brolly day staged by Sustainable Charlbury, when residents came along with their umbrellas to represent where the solar panels should go

‘Our solar farm will make us a sustainable ‘green’ town’

Weather warning extended as rain and strong winds continue to lash Oxfordshire

Weather warning extended as rain and strong winds continue to lash Oxfordshire

Weather warning for Oxfordshire

Weather warning for Oxfordshire

Maggie Blyth of the Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board

Drivers who transport pupils to undergo vetting on abuse

Creation: Museum staff member Lorraine Horne looks at a robot model made from aluminium cans

Finding a new use for recycled rubbish at exhibition

Challenge: Former lockkeeper Ben Partridge at Osney Lock

Ex-lockkeeper is planning a wild swim

Downton Abbey stars host party to say farewell to Bampton

Downton Abbey stars host party to say farewell to Bampton

Ceremony: The Princess Royal at RAF Brize Norton to present the new standard to XLL Squadron

Princess Anne tells re-formed RAF squadron it should be proud during a visit to Brize

Scenes: Filming of the movie at Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace is featured in James Bond trailer

Stars set to dazzle in ‘new’ festival line-up

Stars set to dazzle in ‘new’ festival line-up

Rain and gales to hit Oxfordshire as severe weather warning issued

Rain and gales to hit Oxfordshire as severe weather warning issued

M40 closed southbound after collision before junction 10 at Brackley

UPDATE: M40 southbound reopened after collision before junction 10 at Brackley

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