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Yo-yo dieting is better than nothing says Oxford University professor

Susan Jebb, Professor of Diet and Population Health at Oxford University pointed out that it was better to try losing weight than to do nothing.

To diet or not to diet, that is the question.

8:17am Wednesday 22 February 2017

'Challenging times don't strengthen group bonds', displaced zoology dept discovers

'Challenging times don't strengthen group bonds', displaced zoology dept discovers

RESEARCHERS at Oxford University's zoology department, who are currently in their own state of upheaval after being evicted from their buildings, have co-incidentally discovered that challenging times do not seem to make stronger bonds in groups.

2:48pm Wednesday 22 February 2017

Top orchestra quits Oxfordshire for Belgium because of Brexit

European Union Baroque Orchestra staff. From left, orchestral manager Emma Wilkinson, communications manager Noora Heiskanen and director general Paul James. Picture Richard Cave

ONE of Britain's most successful orchestras based in Oxfordshire is moving to Belgium due to fears of a post-Brexit crackdown on immigration.

8:09am Wednesday 22 February 2017

'Remorseful' doctor allowed to return to work

The John Radcliffe Hospital, where Dr Doolub was working at the time the papers were published

A JUNIOR doctor suspended for 12 months after allowing falsified information to be published has been deemed fit to practice again.

8:01am Wednesday 22 February 2017

RUGBY UNION: Oxford University put solutions in place to tackle 'challenging' financial problems

Oxford University's players discuss tactics during a warm-up game ahead of last year's Varsity Match

OXFORD University RFC remain upbeat about their future despite admitting to “challenging” financial problems.

8:31am Thursday 16 February 2017

RUGBY UNION: Oxford University put solutions in place to tackle 'challenging' financial problems

Oxford University's players discuss tactics during a warm-up game ahead of last year's Varsity Match

OXFORD University RFC remain upbeat about their future despite admitting to “challenging” financial problems.

8:31am Thursday 16 February 2017

Oxford University denies foreign campus expansion plans

Oxford University set to launch foreign campus after Brexit

Oxford University denies foreign campus expansion plans

7:42am Monday 20 February 2017

Kim Jong Un nephew spurned Oxford University over assassination fears

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, left, and his exiled half-brother Kim Jong Nam. Picture: AP Photos/Wong Maye-E, Shizuo Kambayashi

THE nephew of North Korean despot Kim Jong Un turned down a place at Oxford University due to fears he would be murdered by assassins, it is claimed.

2:39pm Sunday 19 February 2017

ROWING: Oxford Brookes University duo stake claim with victory at GB trials

City of Oxford’s successful octuple at Bedford (from top): Evie Tinegate, Abi Taylor, Eleni Wragg, Millie Grant-Forster, Olivia Turner, Brona Ruiseal, Leila Stringer, Martha Stasinakis, Hanako Takahashi-Johnson                  Picture Matt Turner

THE third round of senior Great Britain trials brought victories for Oxford Brookes men in pairs and lightweight singles, writes John Wiggins.

8:18am Thursday 16 February 2017

Ensuring educational success latest achievement for former journalist

Paddy Coulter at Green Templeton College. Picture by Jon Lewis

WHEN Paddy Coulter first arrived in Oxford in 1964 to study at Queen's College he knew so little about the city or its university that he tried every grand door in High Street before finding the right one.

10:28am Friday 17 February 2017
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