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2015/08/01 07:59
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DEVELOPERS wanting to transform Cowley’s Templars Square Shopping Centre said they hope their plans will spur more development in the area. NewRiver Retail unveiled its multi-million pound scheme to...
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2015/07/31 10:41
2015/07/31 10:41
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THE LABOUR administration at Oxford City Council has allowed vast expansion of The JR Hospital, Brookes University and now Barton Park with little regard to infrastructure and the easily foreseeable...
2015/07/31 07:59
2015/07/31 07:59
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WITH parking charges at a premium in Oxford homeowners are cashing in by renting out their driveways to commuters. Last year residents made more than £50,000 hiring out their parking spots using...
2015/07/31 05:59
2015/07/31 05:59
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A FORMER pub in Oxford is set to be transformed into a Caribbean restaurant after sitting empty for nearly six months. National chain Turtle Bay plans to take over the building, which is currently...
2015/07/30 17:59
2015/07/30 17:59
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PLANS to invest £5m in a homeless housing scheme to combat a crisis in temporary accommodation in Oxford have been backed by councillors. Earlier this evening, senior councillors of Oxford City...
2015/07/29 05:41
2015/07/29 05:41
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A LETTER calling on a Government minister to force Oxford City Council to reconsider building thousands of homes on controversial sites has been sent by a neighbouring local authority. Matthew...
2015/07/28 12:59
2015/07/28 12:59
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A CITY centre petrol station which has served drivers in Oxford for decades is to close next month and will make way for a major new development. Staff at the Esso petrol station in Oxpens Road said...
2015/07/28 08:41
2015/07/28 08:41
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PEOPLE’S bins across Oxford could be rummaged through by council officers on the hunt for evidence to fine people for not recycling properly. In a drive to encourage people to get rid of rubbish...
2015/07/27 06:41
2015/07/27 06:41
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PRODUCTIVITY in Oxford is more than double that in Sheffield, according to universities minister Jo Johnson. Mr Johnson claimed production in the Sheffield city region was less than half that in...
2015/07/25 07:59
2015/07/25 07:59
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MORE swimming lessons and riverside lifebelts have been called for to increase safety after the tragic death of Aown Dogar. Last month 13-year-old Aown died after getting into difficulty in the River...
2015/07/25 05:41
2015/07/25 05:41
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A HOUSING loan scheme has been launched to help primary school teachers buy homes in and around Oxford. A £1.5m equity loan pot, set up by Oxford City Council and Catalyst Housing Ltd, aims to tackle...
2015/07/25 04:59
2015/07/25 04:59
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A CAFE in Oxford city centre has been given the lowest food hygiene rating possible after inspectors discovered mould, scale and dirt in areas of the kitchen. Cafe Golden Cross, based in Golden Cross...
2015/07/24 07:41
2015/07/24 07:41
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AUTHORITIES in Oxfordshire have been praised for their reforms to tackle child sexual exploitation in the wake of the Bullfinch child abuse scandal. A report ordered by the Government found “good...
2015/07/23 05:59
2015/07/23 05:59
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A FORMER children’s play area in Cowley Marsh Park could be given over to a council depot needing more room for equipment after an increase in recycling and waste collections. Oxford City Council’s...
2015/07/22 09:41
2015/07/22 09:41
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FOR Paul Cann it is the solution that Oxford has been simply waiting to happen. After all the agonising over an ever-expanding city, building on the Green Belt and creating new towns, just imagine...
2015/07/22 08:43
2015/07/22 08:43
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The human rights and civil liberties organisation Liberty has delivered a letter to Birmingham City Council urging it to abandon plans that would pose a significant threat to protest rights and civil...
2015/07/22 05:41
2015/07/22 05:41
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PLANS for a new park-and-ride near Abingdon have been criticised by campaign groups. Oxfordshire County Council’s cabinet met yesterday to approve the Local Transport Plan, which contains the...
2015/07/21 06:59
2015/07/21 06:59
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MORE than £6.5m of works have been planned to restore the fire-stricken Randolph Hotel to its former glory. The Grade II-listed building in the heart of Oxford was set ablaze in April after a kitchen...
2015/07/21 05:59
2015/07/21 05:59
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THE £20m refurbishment of Oxford’s tower blocks is expected to start early next year after councillors cleared the way for the project to go ahead. Last night Oxford City Council approved a £1.75m...
2015/07/21 05:59
2015/07/21 05:59
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HUNDREDS of council homes are set to be built in Oxford over the next three years under a strategy approved last night. Oxford City Council’s housing strategy for 2015 to 2018 will see 113 new social...
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