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Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: George’s designs were just Streets ahead of others

Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: Burglary is bad – and aftermath is not much better

Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: Two Italian men brought exotic food to the UK

Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: I’ve been Beer goggling in to an astonishing past

Launched: Age UK Oxfordshire is to pilot Homeshare in Oxford and believes it could put a dent in the city’s shortage of affordable homes

Housing: Homeshare scheme can help both old and young

Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: Street fairs have a grizzly past we can only imagine

Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: These gestures of cleverness often fall on deaf ears

Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: Will junior follow my footsteps as a big Star Wars fan?

Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: We should make more of history on our doorstep

Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: Communicating with the dead has me all a-quiver...

Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: I can’t work out how to answer my mobile or call

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Stuart Macbeth

Stuart Macbeth: Organ grinders in a raft of trouble at boarding house

Stuart Macbeth

Confessions of a cash-strapped checkout surfer

Stuart Macbeth

Mud, mire and mould – festivals leave me cold

Stuart Macbeth

City centre pub was a Victorian den of iniquity

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Campaigners are fighting for the common good...

Campaigners are fighting for the common good...

Stuart Macbeth

Don’t sully your full English with any hash browns

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No change over past 100 years of students drinking

No change over past 100 years of students drinking

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‘Pod’ homes could make Oxford affordable again

‘Pod’ homes could make Oxford affordable again

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How I would fix the NHS and cut back on costs too

How I would fix the NHS and cut back on costs too

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Election? I don’t think I can take much more of it

Election? I don’t think I can take much more of it

Exploring ways we can help conquer loneliness

Exploring ways we can help conquer loneliness

For a better world, we must look beyond any promise of tax break

For a better world, we must look beyond any promise of tax break

Historic: Dr Paul Collins in front of 9th century BC stone reliefs depicting a winged genie from Nineveh and Nimrud in Iraq

Ashmolean’s reminder of Iraq’s shattered treasures

Airbnb stay beset by injured dogs and trouser issues

Airbnb stay beset by injured dogs and trouser issues

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Poor old Natalie Bennett

Judith Holder column: 'I wouldn't trust most of them with pair of scissors'

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Stuart Macbeth

Stuart MacBeth: My reputation as a hell-raiser looks well and truly over

Health matters: Hilary Hibbert-Biles outside Chipping Norton Community Hospital

Viewpoint: Why it’s vital to safeguard our community hospitals

Change: The Care Act will introduce plenty of positives for people, says John Jackson

Act gives more control for the people in need of care

Stuart Macbeth

I allow garbage to be beamed into my hands

Judith Holder

Village life? It feels just like I've moved to Ambridge

Stuart Macbeth

There’s simply no better name for it than ‘jazz cycling’

Stuart Macbeth

Time to chow a Churchill burger with a nip of port

Branching out: Andrew Ingram at his Christmas tree plantation, near Wallingford

Rural communities need help to change and adapt

Stuart Macbeth

Love Sooty, but that Soo is such a malevolent force

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Judith Holder

HOLDER ON LIFE BY JUDITH HOLDER: Your pre-Christmas hell is a party compared to mine

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A group of South Oxfordshire mums gathered for their weekly meeting and decided to get into the Christmas spirit while taking a stand against the UKIP leader. Left to right: Tanisha Splawska and Sally Martin feeding baby Juno

THE ISSUE: Was Nigel Farage right to criticise mothers who breastfeed in public?

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Almost a year on from the worst of the flooding, some farmers in Oxfordshire are still to uncover the full impact the floods have had on their businesses

OPINION: Sacrificing farmland to save towns no way to fight floods

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Cllr Bob Price, leader of Oxford City Council, in Raleigh Park, North Hinksey, with the city in the background

POLITICS: Green Belt urban sprawl? Nothing could be further from the truth

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Ruth Hawkins

LEGAL CHALLENGE: Ruth Hawkins, from Oxford law firm Turpin & Miller, discusses trying to find the best way ahead for separating couples

GPs work hard and do an excellent and vital job

THE ISSUE: Should GPs work at the weekend?

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What have our brilliant columnists said this week - choose your favourite in our collage

What have our brilliant columnists said this week - choose your favourite in our interactive collage

Aged four and my boy's already been set 'targets'

Students help to make Oxford a little bit special

Students help to make Oxford a little bit special

Tim Hughes

Oxford’s music lovers deserve better in future...

THE ISSUE: Should people stop feeding Red Kites?

THE ISSUE: Should people stop feeding Red Kites?

Tim Hughes

Sometimes the 'oldies' are simply the best

Delightfully strange: Wilderness

A lot has changed since the days of a cheap egg butty...

Fest of friends: When Tim met Bob

Forget what they say about meeting your heroes....

Prime Minister and Witney MP David Cameron visits Abingdon & Witney College, which will be one of the recipients of some of the £108m of Growth Deal money. Other cash will go towards schemes to provide homes, jobs and transport improvements

Was the Oxfordshire Growth Deal introduced in a democratic way?

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