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2015/05/29 19:59
2015/05/29 19:59
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A 70-bed care home in Kidlington for elderly people with dementia could be built by 2016. Kidlington Parish Council agreed last year to sell on land at Gravel Pit Allotments, The Moores, to developer...
2015/05/29 19:59
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2015/05/28 03:41
2015/05/28 03:41
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Kidlington resident Francesca Adams unearths the many charms of England’s biggest village. One of the largest villages in England with an estimated population around 17,500, Kidlington lies just to...
2015/05/27 11:41
2015/05/27 11:41
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FLYTIPPERS who dumped a wooden chest of drawers and a stool on a grass verge have cost Cherwell District Council £250 in clean-up costs. On Friday the council received reports on social media of...
2015/05/27 10:12
2015/05/27 10:12
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Residents’ relief as homes plan rejected Residents of Westbeech Court, Banbury, are happy that planning for homes nearby has been turned down. Spokesman John Hatton is on the right....
2015/05/25 15:41
2015/05/25 15:41
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... Monday 25th May 2015 NOW the elections are over and the Conservatives have taken full control of Cherwell District Council, are the residents of Kidlington expecting more of our council tax...
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2015/05/23 14:41
2015/05/23 14:41
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FORTY-SIX new homes will be built on a green space in Bicester despite objections from residents and councillors. A residential development on land off Tangmere Close and Scampton Close, Skimmingdish...
2015/05/22 19:12
2015/05/22 19:12
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Flytippers left council to foot a £250 clean-up bill Cleaning up the rubbish cost the council in the region of �250 Flytippers who dumped a chest of drawers and a stool on a grass verge on the main...
2015/05/22 09:12
2015/05/22 09:12
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Resident’s anger over enforcement notice Mike Beames has been told by Cherwell District Council he must remove the concrete block at the end of the garage in Mewburn Road, Banbury by next week....
2015/05/20 14:12
2015/05/20 14:12
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Banbury Magistrates Court: 12 cases heard MHBG-07-02-13 Banbury Magistrates Court Banbury Magistrates Sketch Drawing ENGNNL00120130307150230 The following cases are amongst those heard at Banbury...
2015/05/20 11:12
2015/05/20 11:12
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Planning application submitted for new Waitrose store on Southam Road An artist's impression of the proposed new Waitrose store in Banbury. It will be located on surplus land belonging to Mondelez...
2015/05/20 06:41
2015/05/20 06:41
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COUNCILLORS in South Oxfordshire could see their allowances increased by 21 per cent under recommendations being put forward. The basic allowance for councillors on Conservative-run South Oxfordshire...
2015/05/19 17:41
2015/05/19 17:41
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THE owner of a bed and breakfast blamed jet-lag for being awarded a poor hygiene rating. Kimbers Ark was given one star out of five in the Food Standards Agency rating systems, meaning major...
2015/05/18 08:59
2015/05/18 08:59
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COUNCILLORS from across the political spectrum have united in paying their respects to the “wonderful” former Leys councillor Val Smith. Mrs Smith, who died on Friday after a long battle with cancer,...
2015/05/15 17:12
2015/05/15 17:12
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Oxfordshire bus services under threat and Dial-a-Ride to be scrapped under new £2.6m cuts Cllr. Ian Hudspeth, Oxfordshire County Council leader. NNL-150127-092725009 Oxfordshire County Council has...
2015/05/14 11:41
2015/05/14 11:41
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OXFORD MAGISTRATES Alan Beeks, 81, of Oxford Road, Kidlington, admitted drink-driving in Ock Street, Abingdon, on April 15. Had 62 micrograms of alcohol in 100ml of breath, above the legal limit of...
2015/05/07 05:59
2015/05/07 05:59
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A £50,000 rising bollard in Kidlington High Street has broken for the second time in a month after a van reversed into its control panel. A company van delivering food to Greggs Bakery in the High...
2015/05/05 10:41
2015/05/05 10:41
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After reading Carl Smith’s letter (May 1) I can see that the irresponsible way some dog owners dispose of their poo bags is not only a problem in Old Marston. Having travelled to or through...
2015/05/04 13:41
2015/05/04 13:41
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CPRE Oxfordshire director Helen Marshall is correct in that there needs to be effective public engagement in the process that is now under way to look into reviewing the Oxford Green Belt as part of...
2015/05/29 19:59
2015/05/29 19:59
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