Judge throws out appeal over stadium's protected status bid

3:44pm Monday 12th May 2014

A judge has thrown out an appeal launched by the owner of the Kassam Stadium into the facility’s protected status.

Firoz Kassam and his company Firoka had taken Oxford City Council’s decision to list the Grenoble Road stadium as a community asset to a tribunal.

The judge, Nicholas Warren, ruled that the stadium was “intrinsically linked” to Oxford United.

His ruling means the stadium will keep its legal protection, meaning that if Firoka were to sell it then U’s supporters group OxVox would be able to attempt to buy it.

In the dark: councils wait for guidance to tackle refugee crisis

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Tuesday 13th October 2015

THE county is being “left in the dark” over how to help with the Syrian refugee crisis.

Tributes to ‘determined’ teenager Maisie Norton after tragic end to her cancer fight

Oxford Mail:

9:00am Tuesday 13th October 2015

TRIBUTES have poured in for a “beautiful, brave and determined” teenage cancer sufferer who passed away last week.

Night vision kit allows the air ambulance to see in the dark

Oxford Mail:

8:00am Tuesday 13th October 2015

SERIOUSLY injured patients in Oxfordshire will soon be able to be treated by air ambulance crews at night following the launch of the charity’s new £4.5m helicopter.

Youngsters could score a top job with club apprenticeship

Oxford Mail:

7:00am Tuesday 13th October 2015

A NEW scheme could land young people in the county a career with Oxford United Football Club.

New campaign to hire 7,500 trained care workers to ease staff shortages

Oxford Mail: New Oxfordshire county council logo

6:30am Tuesday 13th October 2015

A CAMPAIGN to recruit social care workers is to be launched to combat soaring demand for home care.

Student flats could go on old pub site after Tesco pulls out

Oxford Mail:

6:00am Tuesday 13th October 2015

THE site of the former Friar pub in Marston could become student flats as a seven-year saga nears its end.

Residents not impressed by name of main road for new Barton Park estate

Oxford Mail:

6:00am Monday 12th October 2015

THE NAME expected to be given to the main street in Oxford’s biggest housing estate for 100 years has led to concerns its neighbours will be left behind.

Cycle crashes at 10-year high

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Monday 12th October 2015

A TEN-year high in cycling accidents has been blamed on the state of Oxfordshire’s roads, with fears growing that cash to repair them could be hit by fresh budget cuts.

Two service personnel from RAF Benson die in helicopter crash in Afghanistan

Oxford Mail:

10:45pm Sunday 11th October 2015

Two British troops from RAF Benson have been killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) said.

Murder accused breaks down in dock as she apologises for killing 23-year-old

Oxford Mail:

2:02pm Monday 12th October 2015

A mum has apologised to the family of the man she stabbed and killed.

New Thames Valley air ambulance will be launched today

Oxford Mail:

12:34pm Monday 12th October 2015

A new specialist air ambulance will be unveiled in the county today as Thames Valley Air Ambulance launches night-flying operations.

Wood-burning boiler causes house fire

Oxford Mail: OM fire engine

9:20am Monday 12th October 2015

Firefighters tackled a blaze inovling a wood-burning boiler in Ducklington last night.

Train delays affecting passengers travelling between Bicester and Thame

Oxford Mail: FGW train new

9:10am Monday 12th October 2015

Passengers are having to endure delays to train services across Oxfordshire this morning.

Cheery Waitrose security guard proves a big hit with passers-by

Oxford Mail:

8:30am Monday 12th October 2015

IF you have walked down Botley Road in the past six months you will know who this man is.


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