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Grenoble Road fight goes on after Chalgrove Airfield is earmarked as homes site

Oxford City Council leader Bob Price on land near Grenoble Road. Picture by Marc West

CITY council leader Bob Price has vowed to continue campaigning for thousands of new homes to be built south of Grenoble Road in Oxford.

2:03pm Tuesday 28 June 2016

VIDEO: Brexit might make funding for Oxford's flood alleviation scheme evaporate

Brexit might make funding for Oxford's flood alleviation scheme evaporate

BREXIT could have a knock-on effect on the final funding needed to make Oxford's flood alleviation scheme a reality, it has been warned.

5:40pm Tuesday 28 June 2016

"Business as usual" for Labour on city council despite party chaos

Oxford City Council leader Bob Price

TURMOIL in the Labour Party will not distract its representatives in Oxford from carrying on with their jobs, Bob Price has vowed.

2:34pm Monday 27 June 2016

Festival-goers concerned about rising house prices and city's transport system

HOUSE prices and the city's transport system were among the top concerns voiced by festival-goers this weekend.

8:11am Monday 27 June 2016

Do we really want to have "Lonely Death Squads" like Japan?

EARLIER this month, residents in Blackbird Leys were appalled when the body of an elderly man who had been dead for seven months was discovered in his flat.

2:07pm Tuesday 28 June 2016

Oxford City Centre's only pet shop to close after nearly 70 years

Yvonne Winters puts up leaving sign after deciding to close down Price's Pet Supplies

THE CITY centre's only pet shop will close its doors for the last time today after nearly 70 years in Oxford's Covered Market.

7:06am Saturday 25 June 2016

Special services across the county tomorrow to mark centenary of Battle of the Somme

British troops negotiate a trench in support of an attack on the village of Morval during the Battle of the Somme

A TWO-MINUTE silence will be observed at Oxford Town Hall at a Service of Remembrance for soldiers who fought in the Battle of the Somme in the First World War.

8:04am Thursday 30 June 2016

Booker Cash and Carry, Osney Mead, Oxford OX2 0ES - Premises Licence

LICENSING ACT 2003 Application for Variation of a Premises Licence We, Booker Limited, of Equity House, Irthlingborough Road, Wellingborough, NN8 1LT apply for a variation of a Premises Licence for the premises known as Booker Cash and Carry,…

10:51am Monday 27 June 2016

Landlord fined £15,000 after putting tenants' lives at risk

The scales of justice on top of the Old Bailey in London

A LANDLORD who put the lives of his tenants at risk has been given a £15,000 fine.

10:10am Monday 27 June 2016

Ping pong players ditch bats for quirky version of the game

Harley Giles, Oxford Academy Pupil and Margaret Stevens, Oxford City Council schools sports development officer.

PING pong players were forced to ditch their bats in place of frying pans, cook books and other strange objects in order to hit the ball yesterday.

9:32am Wednesday 29 June 2016
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