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Oxford University near top of world rankings

OXFORD University has been named the third best in the world in a new ranking.

12:25pm Monday 29 August 2016

Skin cancer campaign urges men in Oxfordshire to 'Cover up, Mate'

Skin cancer survivor Andy Booker enjoying the warm up at the Oxford Relay for Life at Oxford Rugby Club on Saturday

A MAN suffering from skin cancer has warned others they are not invincible to unrepairable damage caused from being unprotected out in the sun.

6:03am Monday 29 August 2016

Former Warehouse nightclub to be turned into Oxford University offices

The building in Park End Street which could be turned into offices, formerly the Warehouse nightclub.

A FORMER dance venue left empty for eight months is set to be converted into office space for Oxford University.

7:52am Thursday 25 August 2016

Oxford scientists' findings could mean a healthier old age

A BREAKTHROUGH from scientists in Oxford and Switzerland may hold clues about how live into a healthier old age.

10:13am Tuesday 23 August 2016

Local author Jo Cotterill reveals all about the new adventures of Electrigirl

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Everyone plays superheroes, don’t they? When I was at Wootton Primary, every time the bell rang for playtime, we bolted outside to don our invisible costumes and defeat evil villains. But when you’re playing a game with a mixed-gender group, the…

11:25am Thursday 25 August 2016

New apps brings Oxford's Museum of the History of Science to life

St Christophers pupil Ayesha Chorley, lining things up with an 18th C Octant. Picture: Richard Cave

A NEW smartphone app that "brings to life" the exhibits in Oxford University's Museum of the History of Science could be launched in September.

9:05am Tuesday 23 August 2016

Publisher's quest to find worst word backfires as vulgar language forces it to shut down study

Oxford University Press buildings, Walton Street, Jericho. The publisher has pulled down an online study due to offensive language

A PUBLISHING giant has shut down an online language study after users "severely" abused the system with vulgar words.

3:46pm Friday 26 August 2016

Horton midwives speak out for first time at packed Q&A

Representatives from OUHT and OCCG address a hundreds-strong audience at St Mary's Church

MIDWIVES at the Horton General Hospital broke their silence last night with an impassioned plea to preserve the maternity unit.

11:26am Friday 26 August 2016

Health bosses approve spending cuts to face £17m 'black hole'

Jubilee House, where health bosses met earlier today. Image: Google Maps

HEALTH bosses have given cautious approval to a raft of spending cuts set to come into effect in Oxfordshire next year.

4:15pm Thursday 25 August 2016

Heart and stroke treatments 'a substantial burden' to the UK

Up to seven million people in the UK are currently living with cardiovascular disease, according to the research

Hospital visits for heart disease and stroke patients are increasing, according to new figures.

12:24am Tuesday 23 August 2016
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