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2014/10/22 21:41
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THE changing face of Shotover through the seasons has been captured in a new exhibition. Oxford artist Emily Ault spent a year painting the ancient woodlands east of the city, once frequented by...
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2014/10/22 10:41
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So Thames Water spokesperson Stuart White tells us ‘Trying to Keep Head Above Water, October 18’ that the reporting of the plight of Mandy Blessing, Gary Noall, and others, whose lives have been torn...
2014/10/22 10:41
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As runners in the half marathon, we would like to thank the organisers, sponsors, supporters, charities, Oxford City Council events team, Oxford County Council highways team, and everyone involved in...
2014/10/21 21:59
2014/10/21 21:59
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ROSE Hill and Littlemore residents have been invited to have their say about where council money for improvements in the area should be spent. Councillor Gill Sanders has asked people to get in touch...
2014/10/21 21:59
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CUTTESLOWE has gained a new outdoor gym thanks to almost £39,000 of grant funding. The new facility has been built by the south side of the A40 footbridge, near the community centre in Wren Road, and...
2014/10/21 05:59
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OXFORD’S popular Gloucester Green market is set to open at the weekend for the first time. At the moment the city centre market opens on Wednesdays and Thursdays but from November 8 it will start...
2014/10/21 05:41
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CUTS to help for homeless people are to be changed after concerns were raised about their impact. Initial plans involved losing support attached to 23 beds at two Oxford hostels and buying support...
2014/10/20 16:59
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THE mother of a man with learning difficulties who was left without electricity for 15 hours while her son was recovering from major surgery at home has said she is still waiting for an apology four...
2014/10/20 11:57
2014/10/20 11:57
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Britain's 'Big Five' banks urged to divest from fossil fuels The 'Divest!' campaign will take the form of an online letter to Britain's 'Big Five' banks A new campaign calling for banks to stop...
2014/10/20 08:41
2014/10/20 08:41
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A SCHEME costing at least £1.25m to review Oxford’s sewerage system has been officially unveiled at the Oxford Flood Partnership’s annual forum. The Thames Water Catchment Study will review Oxford’s...
2014/10/20 06:59
2014/10/20 06:59
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CONCERNS have been raised that felling trees near the Port Meadow student flats could worsen their impact on neighbouring people. Network Rail wants to use the land, between Castle Mill Street and...
2014/10/19 07:42
2014/10/19 07:42
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In January 1914, Aston Webb, architect of the Victoria and Albert Museum, the facade of Buckingham Palace and parts of Birmingham University, had a dream. He told the London Society, a group of...
2014/10/18 08:59
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FLOOD-HIT families have been told they have to pay bills for both their temporary accommodation and their water-ravaged homes. Households in Normandy Crescent, Cowley, were left devastated after a...
2014/10/18 08:59
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DEVELOPERS behind the £400m redevelopment of Oxford’s Westgate Centre have taken out an insurance policy against a city centre road collapsing. The processing of the latest planning application for...
2014/10/18 06:59
2014/10/18 06:59
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OXFORD students raised £75,000 by donating things they were going to throw away to charity. The scheme was organised by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) and Oxford City Council, which promoted the...
2014/10/18 06:41
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A SUMMERTOWN hotel is set to expand as Oxford’s tourism industry gets set to have an “even stronger” year. The Galaxie Hotel, on Banbury Road, has put in a planning application for four extra...
2014/10/18 05:59
2014/10/18 05:59
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NEW powers introduced on Monday could see people earn criminal records for littering, dog fouling and other antisocial behaviour in the city. Breaches of public spaces protection orders (PSPO) –...
2014/10/17 23:05
2014/10/17 23:05
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When the call came in that the University of Glasgow had voted to divest its 128m endowment from fossil fuel companies, I happened to be in a room filled with climate activists in Oxford. They...
2014/10/17 10:41
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Great news! I’ve got a lock-up garage. What could be better than that as we head into winter squalls? I applied to Oxford City Council several months ago, and despaired. A very friendly, helpful...
2014/10/17 08:41
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THE Prime Minister and Oxfordshire’s political leaders led tributes to the Duke of Marlborough, John Spencer-Churchill, after his death was announced by Blenheim Palace. As a mark of respect to its...
2014/10/22 21:41
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