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2014/11/22 06:59
2014/11/22 06:59
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A RISING bollard is set to be installed in Kidlington High Street this week after two years of delays. Work on the bollard is due to start on Wednesday, which will complete the pedestrianisation of...
2014/11/22 06:59
2014/11/22 06:59
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2014/11/21 16:59
2014/11/21 16:59
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BICESTER Village could become even bigger under new proposals for its expansion. Planning permission for a 5,000 sq m expansion of the site was granted in July, which would see part of the shopping...
2014/11/19 07:41
2014/11/19 07:41
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PEOPLE in Bicester have been urged to recommend buildings and monuments for a register of local heritage before a Christmas deadline. Cherwell District Council is to draw up the list of local...
2014/11/19 07:41
2014/11/19 07:41
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PEOPLE in North Oxfordshire are to be given the chance to buy additional recycling bins at a discounted price in the run-up to Christmas. Blue recycling bins and brown bins for food and garden waste...
2014/11/12 06:41
2014/11/12 06:41
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OXFORD could gain its first ally in calls for a countywide Green Belt review, after a district council leader signalled support. As part of its proposed Local Plan for up to 2031, Vale of White Horse...
2014/11/11 15:59
2014/11/11 15:59
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A CARE home will be built in Kidlington under parish council plans to sell allotments for development. Kidlington Parish Council has agreed terms with a developer for a 70-bed care home for dementia...
2014/11/07 11:41
2014/11/07 11:41
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PLANS for 3,500 new homes as part of the eco-town in north-west Bicester have taken a step forward after developers applied for planning permission. Bicester residents were able to view and react to...
2014/11/07 08:42
2014/11/07 08:42
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A PENSIONER has been convicted of fraudulently claiming thousands in benefits despite owning four houses. Richard Denby, of Moorlands, Benson, near Wallingford, was found guilty of five counts of...
2014/11/06 17:41
2014/11/06 17:41
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THE night sky across Oxfordshire will soon be twinkling with the magic of Christmas lights. It’s the time of year when communities in Oxfordshire gear up for Christmas, showering their towns with...
2014/11/06 06:42
2014/11/06 06:42
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Cherwell District Council bosses have vowed to host more events during school half terms following the popularity of sessions last week. October half term hubs organised by the council received 201...
2014/11/06 06:42
2014/11/06 06:42
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WALKING football sessions for older people are set to kick off in Bloxham, near Banbury, next week. The sessions, which start on Tuesday are aimed at people over 50 who want to keep playing football...
2014/11/05 21:41
2014/11/05 21:41
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THE ground was broken yesterday for the new £80m retail park planned for near junction 11 of the M40. Banbury MP Sir Tony Baldry attended the official ceremony for the Banbury Gateway project...
2014/11/05 12:41
2014/11/05 12:41
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A NEW tennis club for women has been launched in Bicester. The club, which will meet at Cooper School, Churchill Road, will be open to women aged 18 and over. It has been launched by Cherwell...
2014/11/03 11:41
2014/11/03 11:41
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OXFORD MAGISTRATES Paul Armstrong, 34, of Amory Close, Oxford, admitted contacting a woman he was prohibitted from contacting by a non-molestation order in Headington on October 24. Given a...
2014/11/03 09:12
2014/11/03 09:12
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Residents living opposite a Banbury industrial estate are fighting to stop lorry drivers parking outside their homes – sometimes stopping for up to a week. Eight lorries have been the most the...
2014/11/01 17:12
2014/11/01 17:12
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A motorist who drove a van containing scrap metal has been ordered to pay £990 in court fines and costs after repeatedly ignoring requests for information by Cherwell District Council. At Banbury...
2014/11/01 09:41
2014/11/01 09:41
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RESIDENTS fighting a “noisy” movie-making operation in Upper Heyford have said they are sure the company, which withdrew a bid to expand the operation, will be back. Dorchester Group, which is...
2014/10/30 18:41
2014/10/30 18:41
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STREET cleaners in Bicester removed 8.57 tons of rubbish from streets, verges and green spaces during a five-day cleaning blitz. Officers from Cherwell District Council’s street cleansing team spent...
2014/10/30 06:41
2014/10/30 06:41
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A PENSIONER who allegedly claimed thousands in benefits despite owning four houses was described as a “consistent fraudster” by a barrister. Richard Denby, 70, of Benson, is accused of claiming...
2014/10/29 09:41
2014/10/29 09:41
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THE sounds of explosions and screaming zombies during filming at a former military base have been disturbing residents and frightening horses at a nearby farm. Residents living in Somerton, near...
2014/11/22 06:59
2014/11/22 06:59
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