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Garden village outside Oxford 'could unlock A40 cash'

A concept map of the 'garden village'.

A 'GARDEN village' of 2,200 homes outside Oxford could be the trade-off for a £54m upgrade of the A40.

7:36am Wednesday 24 August 2016

Oxford connection line work continues

Network Rail workers press on with the project to link Oxford station and the new Oxford Parkway Station at Water Eaton. This view is taken from the bridge at the southern end Five Mile Drive looking North East..PIC BY JON LEWIS. ..COPYRIGHT NEWSQUEST LTD

EXCAVATION work continues to take place north of the city as Network Rail's orange army work to complete the connection between Oxford station and Oxford Parkway.

7:48am Wednesday 24 August 2016

'Don't force us out of Oxford' say houseboat owners

Boater Edward Surridge

BOATERS feared they could be forced out of the city after it was revealed plans to curb unauthorised mooring could see them having to move their homes every three days.

7:42am Saturday 20 August 2016

Council fears over legal loophole with taxi licensing that could open door for child abuse

Council fears over legal loophole with taxi licensing that could open door for child abuse

A LOOPHOLE allowing taxi drivers from other areas to work in Oxford could be closed as part of moves to protect young people.

8:04am Tuesday 23 August 2016

New town to help provide Oxford housing would cause 'traffic chaos'

Some 3,500 homes have been proposed at Chalgrove Airfield, which would help meet demand for accommodation in Oxford.

A NEW town to help meet Oxford's housing demand could cause "severe" traffic chaos with taxpayers forced to pick up the bill for massive road projects.

7:32am Monday 22 August 2016

Council leaders keep quiet over failed council shake-up that cost taxpayer £200k

Council leaders keep quiet over failed council shake-up that cost taxpayer £200k

A TOTAL of £200,000 of your hard-earned ‘taxpayer’ money has been spent on a ‘shambolic’ exercise supposed to shine a light on how to trim down the excesses of local government.

8:06am Thursday 18 August 2016

Aldi supermarket to shut for a month

Aldi sign

SHOPPERS at a popular supermarket will have to get their groceries elsewhere as it closes for refurbishment.

9:37am Friday 19 August 2016

Aldi store along Botley Road set to shut for month-long refurbishment

SHOPPERS at a popular supermarket will have to get their groceries elsewhere as it closes for refurbishment.

5:57am Friday 19 August 2016

Future of city centre trader to be decided

John Irvin who has ran his stall at Queen Street for 33 years

A STREET trader selling Oxford souvenirs will find out today whether he will be allowed to permanently move to Cornmarket Street after losing his spot to the Westgate redevelopment.

9:37am Monday 22 August 2016

Horse killed by broken bottle in Port Meadow

One of the posters that have since appeared around Port Meadow

A horse has been killed after receiving a deep and untreatable cut to its leg from a discarded broken bottle on Port Meadow.

7:53am Thursday 18 August 2016
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