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Hospital staff branch out – by planting new trees

Staff from the JR Hospital planting lime trees in the grounds of the hospital to mark NHS Sustainability Day. Picture: Richard Cave

HOSPITAL grounds a just a little bit leafier today, after staff at Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital planted trees as part of NHS Sustainability Day.

9:16am Saturday 25 March 2017

Oxfordshire in 'unique position' to boost number of high-tech companies in UK

Nicola Blackwood MP and University of Oxford Pro-vice-chancellor for research and innovation, Professor Ian Walmsley, right. The pair are pictured here with Prof Donal Bradley, left, the university's head of maths, physics and life sciences. Picture:

MORE centres to link up businesses and scientists in Oxfordshire could be on the way as the county seeks to capitalise on Brexit.

9:38am Tuesday 21 March 2017

Obituary: Former Oxford Times writer dies

Tony Augarde

TONY Augarde, who has died aged 80, was a lexicographer, word game expert and columnist for The Oxford Times who played in jazz bands across the county.

12:02pm Thursday 23 March 2017

New Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery could double intake into profession

Ros Alstead, Oxford Health's director of nursing and clinical standards, speaks at the event

FRESH cohorts of nurses and midwives graduating in Oxfordshire could double in size with the arrival of the Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery.

8:46am Monday 20 March 2017

'The sharpest mind and the biggest heart' - Colin Dexter remembered

Inspector Morse author Colin Dexter dies, aged 86

Colin Dexter, author of the Inspector Morse series, has died his publisher Macmillan has said.

6:00am Wednesday 22 March 2017

FEATURE: A community of 9,000 people but nobody lives at key cog in Oxfordshire's economy

Milton Park is like a town of 9000 people but nobody lives there! There are the amenities you would expect to find in any small town; shops; a hair salon; and a pre-school nursery..02.03.2017..Picture by Jon Lewis..........

12:32pm Tuesday 21 March 2017

Ebola vaccine study brings good results

AN EBOLA vaccine has been shown to provide immunity for up to a year in a new Oxford University study.

9:26am Thursday 23 March 2017

'Biggest sculpture in Oxford' unveiled

Julian Wild's Origin sculpture at Oxford University's campus in Old Road. Pics by Anne Purkiss

A STRIKING sculpture that claims to be the largest in the city has been installed in Headington.

8:27am Wednesday 22 March 2017

ROWING: Major boost for Dark Blues ahead of the Boat Race

St Edward’s head for victory at Kingston (from left): Valentin Peiker, Pasha Tinkov, George Hayter, James Schofield, Aleks Elezovic, Ben Sthamer, Nicola dei Rossi, Campbell Nelson, Sam Shuker  Picture: Iain Weir

THERE were victories for both Oxford and Cambridge crews as their final competitive training sessions for Sunday week’s Boat Race were run yet again in choppy conditions, writes John Wiggins.

7:45am Friday 24 March 2017

ROWING: Major boost for Dark Blues ahead of the Boat Race

St Edward’s head for victory at Kingston (from left): Valentin Peiker, Pasha Tinkov, George Hayter, James Schofield, Aleks Elezovic, Ben Sthamer, Nicola dei Rossi, Campbell Nelson, Sam Shuker  Picture: Iain Weir

6:44am Thursday 23 March 2017
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