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New science centre a step closer to reality

An artist's impression of the new centre

A NEW multi-million pound science education centre is a step closer to reality after a construction company was appointed.

12:35pm Saturday 29 April 2017

Top post to be filled

AN APPOINTMENTS committee will meet tomorrow to hire a new interim chief executive of Oxford City Council.

2:42pm Saturday 29 April 2017

Oxford City Council vehicles and groundworks equipment up for grabs

BOWLING green mowers, vans and tippers belonging to the council will be auctioned off to the public next week.

7:10am Friday 28 April 2017

Premier Inn hotel set for Oxford as city plans for tourism boom

A 90-BEDROOM Premier Inn hotel could be coming to Oxford as the city gears up for a tourism boom after the re-opening of the Westgate Shopping Centre.

10:57am Friday 28 April 2017

Don’t let General Election overshadow council poll

Don’t let General Election overshadow council poll

THE ennui-inducing General Election on June 8 must not be allowed to overshadow the crucial county poll five weeks earlier.

9:00am Wednesday 26 April 2017

Homeless people moved on from makeshift campsite

Tents in previously put up in fields near Osney Mead

A GROUP of homeless people camping on private land near the Osney Mead industrial estate have been moved on by Oxford City Council.

5:48pm Friday 28 April 2017

Public spirited: South Park distillery don reveals plans for family visitors centre

Artist's impression of The Oxford Artisan Distillery visitors' centre in South Park

AN ENTREPRENEUR who wants to open an artisan distillery in South Park has revealed plans for a family visitor centre.

10:44am Thursday 27 April 2017

Super council bids or a parking levy - how the county council election could impact on your life

Super council bids or a parking levy - how the county council election could impact on your life

In just a week’s time, people will cast their ballots in what might be the most overshadowed election in living memory.

7:56am Thursday 27 April 2017

Stricter rules agreed to tackle boaters who hang around on river

Boats in Wilsham Road near the Old Anchor pub. Pic: Damian Halliwell

STRICTER rules will be brought in to deter boaters who linger for too long in Abingdon.

10:52am Thursday 27 April 2017

'Health and safety' fears prevent city flag flying for Queen and St George's Day

'Health and safety' fears prevent city flag flying for Queen and St George's Day

THE MEN and women of Oxford have been hoisting flags up the flagpole of Carfax Tower for more than 100 years.

8:02am Thursday 27 April 2017
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