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Don't fall for it and let scammers ruin your Christmas

Warning issued after spate of scams reported

Warning issued after spate of scams reported

8:21am Friday 9 December 2016

Council decides on a range of major developments across the city

Council decides on a range of major developments across the city

Council decides on a range of major developments across the city

10:38am Thursday 8 December 2016

Broadcaster questions point of planning process in silent track row

BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz with a Pissarro at the Ashmolean Museum. Picture: Ric Mellis

COUNCIL bosses have assured trackside residents in North Oxford they are standing up to Network Rail with the firm set to 'flout' planning restrictions next week.

10:04am Thursday 8 December 2016

FRESH HOPE? Former greyhound track bought for £1.4m

Andy Cooper of Karting Oxford looks out at the stadium

A GLIMMER of hope is on the horizon for the Oxford Stadium as it was revealed it recently 'changed hands' for £1.4 million.

6:02am Friday 9 December 2016

Volunteers praised as figures reveal they contribute £27m to city every year

Tenika Blake volunteers with OxJam and Oxford Mental Health Support Network. Picture: Richard Cave

THOUSANDS of volunteers help contribute more than £27m to the city every year.

6:14am Monday 5 December 2016

Student housing plan set for approval despite concerns over number living in the city

Canterbury House in Reliance Way

A NEW student accommodation block in Cowley is set to expand just a month after developers were initially granted permission. 

6:13pm Monday 5 December 2016

VIDEO: Return of buses 'doesn't seem safe' as fears for pedestrians are raised

Buses are using Queen Street once more, although it is a tight squeeze for ones turning in from Castle Street. Picture: Jon Lewis

COUNCIL bosses have raised safety concerns over the re-opening of Queen Street and said it must ‘sit and wait’ on the future of its £2m pedestrianisation scheme.

5:05am Thursday 8 December 2016

Council chiefs rubbish claims they could lose Oxford planning powers

Power over major schemes such as Barton Park could be taken from councils who fail new government tests. Picture: Richard Cave

COUNCIL chiefs have rubbished claims they are set to lose powers over housing developments in Oxford.

7:01am Tuesday 6 December 2016

Former homeless hostel could be turned into private housing

Lucy Faithful House, in Oxford, which closed in January. Picture: Google

A FORMER homeless hostel in Oxford could be turned into private housing.

12:21pm Tuesday 6 December 2016

FLOOD RELIEF: £100m estimated cost of channel could be reduced

Pictured at Manor Farm, South Hinksey are, L to R, Peter Collins from the Environment Agency, Jo Colwell from Oxford City Council and Joanna Larmour, the EA's project director. Picture: Jon Lewis.

THE £100m estimated cost of a flood channel through Oxford could be further reduced.

6:03am Wednesday 7 December 2016
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