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2014/04/24 20:59
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Preserving our buildings for future generations AN EAST Oxford pub is the latest building to be added to a list of buildings that could be safeguarded for their historic importance. Since last year...
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2014/04/24 16:41
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The Scales of Justice SCALES OF JUSTICE: Oxford Magistrates' Court round-up Oxford Magistrates' Court Olivia Parsons, 21, of Michaelis Road, Thame, admitted drink-driving in Churchill Crescent,...
2014/04/24 15:43
2014/04/24 15:43
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Heroic D-Day landings pilot was to later be immortalised in a painting The painting Friendly Smoke depicting Mr Valentine’s D-Day heroics and, inset, Mr Valentine in RAF uniform A BOMBER pilot who...
2014/04/24 14:13
2014/04/24 14:13
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Banbury United manager Edwin Stein wants to sign off on a positive note when his side conclude their Calor League Southern season on Saturday. The Puritans entertain Cambridge City and the promotion...
2014/04/24 12:36
2014/04/24 12:36
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Preview: Win and in for Saints in season finale at FromeSam Corcoran and George Sykes put the pressure on. Picture: Leigh Page A win for St Albans City in their season finale on Saturday at Frome...
2014/04/24 11:12
2014/04/24 11:12
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Banbury Bulls are just one step away from securing Midlands One West rugby for next season but face a tricky test in Saturday’s play-off decider to book their return ticket. The last time Bulls got...
Joe Mills
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2014/04/24 08:12
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A Great Bourton farmer of more than four decades has criticised police officers’ rural crime initiatives in Banburyshire and is calling for extra support. Brian Cannon, 70, of High Acres Farm, Great...
2014/04/24 07:41
2014/04/24 07:41
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RACING: Cowley's joy as Grand Article breaks duck Patience has certainly been a virtue as far as Grand Article is concerned, but the gelding finally got off the mark for Paul Cowley’s Culworth...
Adam Wedge
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2014/04/24 07:41
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CRICKET: Garrett hits half-century on debut Jordan Garrett OXFORDSHIRE teenager Jordan Garrett hit a half-century on his Second XI Championship debut for Gloucestershire 2nd against Surrey 2nd at...
2014/04/24 07:41
2014/04/24 07:41
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No charge for driver A driver has been released without charge after a motorist drove at a woman and injured her. A 21-year-old woman was walking in Penrose Drive in March when she became involved...
2014/04/23 16:41
2014/04/23 16:41
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Scoop the poop or face a fine, council warns Alyson Clifton A COUNCIL is sending out officers on undercover missions to catch pet owners who fail to pick up mess after their dogs. Anyone who does...
Mark Harmon
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2014/04/23 07:59
2014/04/23 07:59
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No bail for murder case defendant Connor Tremble A man charged in connection with the death of teenager Connor Tremble has been refused bail. Grant Clemens, of Stockwells, Moreton-in-Marsh,...
2014/04/23 05:41
2014/04/23 05:41
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Teachers vote for strike action during exam time Gawain Little OXFORDSHIRE delegates of the National Union for Teachers voted to stage another strike during exam time if the row with the Government...
2014/04/22 17:50
2014/04/22 17:50
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The oldest evidence of human activity in Memphis — a spearhead designed to slice through a mastodon's thick hide — was discarded at Nonconnah Creek 13,000 years ago, behind what is now the Sam's Club...
2014/04/22 16:13
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The Banbury Guardian spent five minutes with Shaun Jardine of Brethertons Solicitors LLP, to see what he gets up to on a daily basis. What do you do at work? “I’m a commercial litigator and trained...
CVS
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2014/04/22 12:41
2014/04/22 12:41
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Burglar steals Afghanistan and Iraq war medals 12:42pm Tuesday 22nd April 2014 in News By Ben Wilkinson, Crime Reporter, also covering Barton and Wood Farm. Call me on (01865) 425427 The Iraq...
2014/04/22 09:41
2014/04/22 09:41
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New teaching union chief’s fight against child poverty Geoff Branner A WITNEY teacher elected as president of a national union says he has to give breakfast to pupils in his school. Geoff Branner,...
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2014/04/22 08:41
2014/04/22 08:41
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Car assault inquiries continue A 23-year-old man is due to answer bail today after a woman was hit by a car following an argument with a driver. The Banbury man was arrested on suspicion of assault...
2014/04/22 08:13
2014/04/22 08:13
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Saints shut out WadersGeorge Sykes celebrates the winner. Picture: Bob Walkley St Albans edged one step closer to a play-off berth with a tight and nervy 1-0 victory over Biggleswade Town at Clarence...
2014/04/22 07:41
2014/04/22 07:41
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Mum sets herself a healthy challenge Neil and Anneliese Giggins, with three-year-old Isaac and Oliver, 17 months IT’S the dilemma for the busy modern family – you want to put the healthiest food on...
Isaac Oliver
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2014/04/24 20:59
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