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2015/01/29 06:59
2015/01/29 06:59
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FUNDING to redevelop Oxpens and for A34 improvements will be announced today as part of a £118.4m package to deliver thousands of jobs and new homes across the county. The regeneration of the 20-acre...
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2015/01/28 18:42
2015/01/28 18:42
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Travellers left the Waitrose site in Botley Road today after being handed a 24-hour eviction notice. The notice was given on Monday by land agents Workmen after the travellers moved eight caravans on...
2015/01/28 07:59
2015/01/28 07:59
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THE work to overhaul Oxford’s Frideswide Square is over budget before it has even properly started. In less than two weeks, work will begin on replacing the major junction with a roundabout linked to...
2015/01/24 06:59
2015/01/24 06:59
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CITY leaders have said plans to scrap park-and-ride facilities in Oxford were put forward without consulting them first. It focuses on a “rapid transit” network of bus routes, servicing the city from...
2015/01/23 16:00
2015/01/23 16:00
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NETWORK Rail has changed plans for a proposed railway bridge after concerns were raised by residents and councillors. The rail infrastructure firm had applied to close a level crossing linking...
2015/01/23 09:59
2015/01/23 09:59
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A MAJOR blow was dealt to plans to build on the site of the Oxford Stadium yesterday after a landmark ruling. Owners of the Sandy Lane stadium Greyhound Racing Association (GRA) took Oxford City...
2015/01/23 09:12
2015/01/23 09:12
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A single unitary council within Oxfordshire could deliver savings of more than £30 million, according to independent financial analysis. The report by global accountancy firm EY has been released by...
2015/01/23 06:59
2015/01/23 06:59
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Members of Save Temple Cowley Pools hope to overthrow Labour MP for Oxford East Andrew Smith in May’s General Election. They have produced 100 badges that say they will not vote Labour unless the...
2015/01/21 17:59
2015/01/21 17:59
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THE owner of a shop in Oxford’s Covered Market which has closed after 28 years said it was a difficult decision. Elena Conway said a difficult business climate contributed to her closing The...
2015/01/21 08:59
2015/01/21 08:59
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SECURITY at Oxford Town Hall and other city buildings will be reviewed this week after last week’s fires in South Oxfordshire. A spate of targeted arson attacks last Thursday caused three major...
2015/01/21 06:41
2015/01/21 06:41
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TAXPAYERS in Oxfordshire have to pay more for their police because of government cuts. Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley Anthony Stansfeld yesterday agreed to recommend that the precept...
2015/01/20 08:59
2015/01/20 08:59
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THE owner of a burlesque club forced to leave its city centre premises has revealed plans to move back to its former home next to a church. The Lodge moved to Oxpens Road in 2011, after Oxford City...
2015/01/20 06:59
2015/01/20 06:59
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CAMPAIGNERS have welcomed a move by Oxford City Council to “flex its muscles” in the Castle Mill student flats row. The authority has challenged Oxford University bosses to justify a refusal to...
2015/01/19 17:59
2015/01/19 17:59
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A MULTI-million-pound project to transform a Northway community hub has begun. Youngsters from New Marston Primary School united with city councillors on Wednesday to mark the start of construction...
2015/01/19 09:42
2015/01/19 09:42
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OXFORDSHIRE’S district councils have united in rebellion against fresh calls to abolish them in favour of a single super-council. Oxfordshire County Council leader Ian Hudspeth has revealed a new...
2015/01/19 08:41
2015/01/19 08:41
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GRASS verges may only get cut twice a year under the latest savings scheme from Oxfordshire County Council. The county currently provides funding to district and parish councils to cut verges fives...
2015/01/19 07:59
2015/01/19 07:59
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A TOP hotel has warned that a £1 a night 'bed tax' could drive tourists away from Oxford. Oxford City Council member for St Margaret’s Elizabeth Wade will on February 2 ask the authority to back a...
2015/01/17 17:59
2015/01/17 17:59
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A FRESH bid to install a memorial to Oxfordshire folk who fought in the Spanish Civil War will be made with funds from a new new book. Eight sculptors have been asked to come up with designs for the...
2015/01/17 13:59
2015/01/17 13:59
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AN INTERNATIONAL religious statesman has backed a campaign to give Oxford its first Hindu temple. Rajan Zed, president of Nevada’s Universal Society of Hinduism, has urged the global community to...
2015/01/16 18:13
2015/01/16 18:13
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THE main organiser of the much-loved Leys Festival has pulled out of this year’s event. Oxfordshire Play Association (OPA) has said it will not organise this year’s festival, but Oxford City Council...
2015/01/29 06:59
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