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2015/07/07 04:59
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A COMMUNITY group has urged councillors to postpone approving plans for Summertown that would pave the way for its centre to be demolished. The North Oxford Association (NOA) is concerned the...
2015/07/07 04:59
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2015/07/04 08:41
2015/07/04 08:41
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AS AMERICANS celebrate the Fourth of July today, tourism staff vowed to work hard to keep the US dollar flowing into Oxfordshire. According to Experience Oxfordshire, the county’s tourist agency,...
2015/07/04 07:59
2015/07/04 07:59
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THERE are fears the £75m overhaul of Oxford Railway station may not take place for almost a decade. Project leaders said there were concerns the scheme could be sidelined after the Government...
2015/07/04 06:02
2015/07/04 06:02
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EMOTIONAL, powerful and “a celebration of a remarkable young man” were some of the words used to describe the Connor Sparrowhawk film launched today. A new 15-minute film The Tale of Laughing Boy...
2015/07/03 09:41
2015/07/03 09:41
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... building is all boarded up, all taped up and yet the Save Temple Cowley Pools campaign is still working the loopholes to put life back in that building.” That’s the view of an international icon...
2015/07/02 08:56
2015/07/02 08:56
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... named the winners of its prestigious people management awards. Fourteen organisations were chosen from hundreds of brilliant entries from businesses of all sizes across the globe. The winners...
2015/07/02 07:41
2015/07/02 07:41
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AMBITIOUS proposals for £1.6bn of transport and development schemes in Oxfordshire have been unveiled by a partnership of businesses, universities and councils. Almost 40 projects are proposed,...
2015/07/02 05:41
2015/07/02 05:41
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THE number of affordable homes in Oxfordshire provided by housing associations for people on low incomes will shrink as a result of the Right to Buy policy, according to a major industry figure in the...
2015/07/01 05:59
2015/07/01 05:59
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HUNDREDS of residents are backing a campaign for lights to be installed in part of South Park after an alleged sex assault there. Oxford Brookes University student Peter Hulley, 26, launched an...
2015/06/30 17:59
2015/06/30 17:59
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CAMPAIGNERS have vowed to continue fighting proposals to develop the former Temple Cowley Pools site after housing plans were unveiled. Housing association Catalyst revealed further details of its...
2015/06/29 10:59
2015/06/29 10:59
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A BLACKBIRD LEYS landlord was ordered to pay more than £18,000 after admitting 12 charges relating to mismanaging a home shared by several tenants. Ashraf Suleiman Salim El-Hosny, 31, of Peregrine...
2015/06/29 07:00
2015/06/29 07:00
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TWO women whose fathers were prisoners of war have welcomed the announcement that a special ceremony to mark Victory over Japan Day will be held. Oxford City Council has said the Armed Forces Day...
2015/06/29 06:01
2015/06/29 06:01
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PLANS for a “temporary” building that could be in place at Oxford Station for a decade have been scaled back after opposition from residents living nearby. Network Rail has resubmitted the scheme for...
2015/06/29 05:41
2015/06/29 05:41
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PLANS for a “temporary” building that could be in place at Oxford Station for a decade have been scaled back after opposition from residents living nearby. Network Rail has resubmitted the scheme for...
2015/06/27 06:00
2015/06/27 06:00
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PLANS for student accommodation close to a historic cemetery have been put forward by an Oxford University college. The development, with 349 study rooms and facilities including a refectory and...
2015/06/27 06:00
2015/06/27 06:00
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OXFORD’S first power station could be redeveloped and restored to its former glory as an extension of the Said Business School. The Old Power Station opposite Osney Island, is currently used for...
2015/06/27 05:41
2015/06/27 05:41
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A COUNCIL boss has denied claims by campaigners that major decisions about the future of Oxfordshire were being made “behind closed doors”. The comments came after the Oxfordshire Growth Board –...
2015/06/26 10:41
2015/06/26 10:41
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A VIOLENT attack has taken place in a factory in Oxford's twin town in South East France, French media is reporting this morning. Oxford City Council leader Bob Price has expressed solidarity with...
2015/06/26 06:00
2015/06/26 06:00
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PRIVATE cash will be used to transform Broad Street with a piazza, under a new trust made up of senior city figures. The opening of Oxford’s new £80m Weston Library in the spring reignited calls for...
2015/06/26 05:59
2015/06/26 05:59
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A MEMORIAL arch at an Oxford college has been proposed in honour of a former principal and top education commentator. Professor Sir David Watson, who died aged 65 in February, was principal of Green...
2015/07/07 04:59
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