FINAL designs for the controversial Castle Mill student flats have signified "the end of the road" for campaigners who conceded views of Port Meadow would be spoilt for years to come.
EVERY day, Oxford consumes 12,000 tonnes of food, fuel and building materials and pumps more than 2,000 tonnes of Carbon Dioxide into the atmosphere.
MORE than 410 tonnes of food, 5,100 tonnes of fossil fuels and 3,000 tones off building materials:
PLANS to build a massive underground heating pipe network beneath Oxford have been given £50,000 Government funding.
MULTI-million pound proposals for a new accommodation are set to be put forward by New College.
FOOD lovers indulged in their favourite treats as an inaugural festival rolled into the city yesterday.
A FAIRGROUND worker whose ride has thrilled generations of Oxford residents failed to mark her territory during a High Court battle with council bosses.
AN AUTUMN walkabout of an estate "blessed" with green spaces has spurred councillors into action as it emerged there is plenty of work to do.
CORNMARKET Street in Oxford could be reopened to buses for the first time in more than 17 years, council chiefs have revealed.