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Oxford University's professor of poetry Sir Geoffrey Hill has died age 84

Sir Geoffrey Hill. Photo by Oxford University

BRITISH poet Sir Geoffrey Hill has died aged 84, his wife has confirmed.

6:24pm Friday 1 July 2016

ROWING: Oxon crews reign at damp Reading regatta

Wallingford’s J14 quad of (from left) Zoe Ray, Catriona Harrison, Aoife McGurk (cox), Leah Gordon and Alice Thorby at the Reading Town Regatta

OXFORDSHIRE crews enjoyed success amid a record turnout at the Reading Town Regatta.

7:00am Friday 1 July 2016

SOMME CENTENARY: We must remember those who fought and died in the Battle of the Somme

Mary Chavasse with a portrait of Captain Noel Chavasse. Picture Damian Halliwell

PEOPLE across Oxfordshire will today pay tribute to thousands of soldiers who lost their lives in the Battle of the Somme.

6:08am Friday 1 July 2016

UPDATE: Long delays for drivers as thousands arrive for Oxford University open day

The traffic on Botley Road this morning

Drivers are facing extra delays this morning on their journey to work in Oxford as thousands of prospective students arrive in the city.

7:20am Wednesday 29 June 2016

Warning of more delays as Oxford University holds second open day

Oxford University open days causing bad traffic across the city

DRIVERS face another day of long delays coming into Oxford today as thousands of prospective students are expected to visit the city.

7:22am Thursday 30 June 2016

Commuters warned thousands will attend Oxford University open days

COMMUTERS are being reminded they could face extra delays on their journey to work in Oxford as thousands of prospective students arrive in the city.

8:11am Tuesday 28 June 2016

Malaria parasites evading drugs says Oxford University study

Malaria parasites evading drugs says Oxford University study

SCIENTISTS at Oxford University have discovered that a malaria parasite is evolving rapidly to defend itself against widely-used antimalarial drugs.

9:03am Wednesday 29 June 2016

Showcase event to tackle chronic illness

Experts gather at last year’s Oxford Technology Showcase

EXPERTS will gather next month at the Oxford Technology Showcase to take up the challenge of tackling major healthcare issues in chronic disease.

9:36am Thursday 30 June 2016

ROWING: City of Oxford's men's eight make it to Henley

Wallingford’s J14 quad of Zoe Ray, Catriona Harrison, Aoife McGurk (cox), Leah Gordon and Alice Thorby celebrate their victory at the Reading Town Regatta

CITY of Oxford were celebrating after one of their crews qualified for next week’s Henley Royal Regatta, writes John Wiggins.

8:06am Thursday 30 June 2016

VIDEO: Brexit might make funding for Oxford's flood alleviation scheme evaporate

Brexit might make funding for Oxford's flood alleviation scheme evaporate

BREXIT could have a knock-on effect on the final funding needed to make Oxford's flood alleviation scheme a reality, it has been warned.

5:40pm Tuesday 28 June 2016
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