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One in three food bank users is a child, Oxford University scientists claim

ONE in three people using a food bank is a child, Oxford University scientists have claimed.

6:26pm Monday 25 July 2016

Campaigners angry at changes to Banbury maternity services

Horton Hospital in Banbury stays Open. Pic by Mark Bassett. Rep Julian Dancer. 20.3.08.

CAMPAIGNERS are calling on health bosses to be "open and honest" after news some maternity services could be suspended at the Horton Hospital because of a recruitment crisis.

8:01am Tuesday 26 July 2016

Oxford University appoints new Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education

Prof Sarah Whatmore, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education) at Oxford University. Picture supplied by Oxford University

OXFORD University has appointed Professor Sarah Whatmore as Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education).

9:57am Saturday 23 July 2016

Oxford University researchers take part in international bowel cancer study

AN international study by Oxford University scientists and other European institutions has uncovered a correlation between a rare mutation in bowel cancers and a better outcome for patients.

9:11am Thursday 21 July 2016

Hill End outdoor education centre near Oxford saved and could even expand

Ultimate Survival Camp at the Hill End Outdoor Centre. Tom Burchall and Pia Forrestal, both aged 12, who had been taking part in camouflage and concealment and animal tracking classes.

A POPULAR outdoor education centre near Oxford has been saved and could even be set to expand.

9:04am Thursday 21 July 2016

RUGBY UNION: Henley Bulls handed Oxfordshire Cup ban for fielding ineligible player

James Scaife (4), in action during last season’s Oxfordshire Cup final, played for Greyhounds in an earlier round Picture: Simon Grieve

HENLEY Bulls will play no part in this year’s Oxfordshire Cup after being suspended for fielding an ineligible player.

7:41am Thursday 21 July 2016

ROWING: City of Oxford's girls shine with silver medal at British Junior Championships

City of Oxford’s silver medallists jump for joy (from left): Leila Stringer, Bella Bowley, coaches Mark Richards and Denise Holden, Eilish Turner-Frick, Josie Nash and Evie Tinegate (cox) Picture: Dave Nash

CITY of Oxford’s youngsters starred by capturing a silver medal in the British Junior Championships at Nottingham, writes John Wiggins.

6:55am Thursday 21 July 2016

Visitors to Godstow Abbey given insight into site's royal past

Wolvercote residents raised money to pay for new display boards at the site of Godstow Abbey ruins. The money was raised with the help of The Oxford University and the Ashmolean Museum. L-R, Christopher Hardman and Graham Jones, from the Wolvercote Neighb

VISITORS to the ruins of an abbey near Wolvercote, can finally learn about its colourful history thanks to a new information board.

3:46pm Saturday 23 July 2016

Imaginative scheme to house young professionals with older people to solve loneliness and housing crisis in Oxford

Head of Homeshare Oxford, Claire Shuttleworth

AN 'IMAGINATIVE' scheme pairing young professionals and older people has been launched to tackle Oxford's affordable housing crisis and growing loneliness problems.

8:27am Monday 25 July 2016

10,000 caricatures to his name but Oxford artist still remembers his first unusual critique

Reggae artist Toots

ARTISTIC criticism from a tramp might put some people off drawing for life.

6:05am Saturday 23 July 2016
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