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Teddy bears' picnic to raise money for Horton General campaign

Banbury mum Emma Gold is co-hosting a giant teddy bears' picnic for babies born at the Horton General Hospital

A CAMPAIGNER and mum is calling on parents in North Oxfordshire to gather up the cuddly toys and join a celebration for babies born at the Horton General Hospital.

10:01am Saturday 24 September 2016

New pipeline project will cause six months of "complete gridlock" residents warn as date is confirmed

Residents angry over the handling of the hospital pipeline project in Headington in January

A 2.2KM pipeline through the heart of Headington will cause six months of "complete gridlock", residents have warned after contractors revealed the work will start in November.

9:22am Saturday 24 September 2016

Oxford University hopes to sell historical 1,054 acre estate for £22m

Nuneham Park near Nuneham Courtenay, which is being sold by Oxford University

A SPRAWLING estate sprinkled with cottages and historical remnants has been put up for sale.

9:12am Friday 23 September 2016

Oxford University launches anti-obesity research project

OXFORD University will take on obesity as it launches a series of new studies aimed at encouraging a healthier lifestyle.

11:53am Friday 23 September 2016

Oxford University student arrested over alleged sexual assault

Oxford University student arrested over alleged sexual assault

A STUDENT at Oxford University was arrested yesterday after allegedly sexually assaulting a woman.  

7:46pm Wednesday 21 September 2016

University of Oxford becomes first British university to top world rankings chart

Vice Chancellor Professor Louise Richardson

OXFORD University has become the first British university ever to top the world rankings chart.

9:05pm Wednesday 21 September 2016

'Brexit fears could lead to exodus of Oxford academics'

Oxford University vice-chancellor Professor Louise Richardson. Picture: John Cairns

THE vice chancellor of Oxford University has raised fears of an exodus of leading academics following the vote for Britain to quit the European Union.

10:47am Thursday 22 September 2016

Army of women tackle Pretty Muddy obstacle course to fight cancer

A competitor during the Cancer Research UK Pretty Muddy event. Photo Richard Cave

THOUSANDS of women slapped on their war paint and braved a sea of mud as they came together to help beat cancer.

8:02am Monday 19 September 2016

Plans for Access to Headington Scheme unveiled for first time

Roz Smith. Photographer: Julian Rus.

Contractors behind a major £12.5m infrastructure overhaul across Headington yesterday unveiled plans for the first phase of works for the first time.

7:51am Wednesday 21 September 2016

Major Tim Peake says more to be done to attract "brilliant minds" to Oxfordshire in visit

International Space Station astronaut Major Tim Peake at the Harwell science campus, Oxfordshire. Picture: Richard Cave

ASTRONAUT Major Tim Peake has said more affordable housing and better infrastructure is needed to keep attracting "brilliant minds" to Harwell Campus.

5:52am Thursday 22 September 2016
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