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2015/03/31 06:59
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THE manager of a Bangladeshi restaurant given a food hygiene rating of zero out of five has branded the decision unfair. The Al Khyam restaurant in Playfield Road, Kennington, was last month given...
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2015/03/30 16:59
2015/03/30 16:59
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LEISURE centre prices could go up in the city if plans to scrap subsidies go ahead, a council watchdog committee fears. Fusion Lifestyle manages leisure centres and swimming pools for Oxford City...
2015/03/30 15:01
2015/03/30 15:01
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THIS is the bizarre moment a Lib Dem official tried to stop the Hampshire Chronicle from taking pictures of its politicians in public. Campaigns officer Tim Bearder put his hand in front of our...
2015/03/30 07:59
2015/03/30 07:59
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A SON has made an emotional appeal for people to help solve the murder of his mother in Oxford 20 years ago today. Nasreen Akhtar, 29, was strangled at her home in Cobden Crescent, Grandpont, on...
2015/03/30 05:58
2015/03/30 05:58
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A new law which allows councils to ban activities in public spaces is leading to "bizarre new criminal offences", campaigners against heavy regulation have said - despite public approval for the...
2015/03/28 05:59
2015/03/28 05:59
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AN ESTATE that was deemed “too clean” to be part of a city-wide tidy-up project still has corners plagued by rubbish and mess, a councillor has claimed. Last month a planned litter pick in the Barton...
2015/03/26 17:59
2015/03/26 17:59
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A NEW community gym in East Oxford has been branded a “waste of money” by Save Temple Cowley Pools campaigners. Oxford Spires Academy is working with Oxford City Council to transform part of its...
2015/03/26 11:59
2015/03/26 11:59
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FREE Wi-Fi is now available in most of the the city’s museums, libraries and community centres. Funded by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport and Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership, the...
2015/03/26 07:59
2015/03/26 07:59
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KEY proposals in a new £1.2bn transport strategy for Oxford have been attacked by city leaders. Bus tunnels under the city centre and new “rapid” bus routes are among the measures put forward by...
2015/03/25 08:59
2015/03/25 08:59
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Developers have said there will be no “big moment” when it all comes down, but Andy Menary, manager at the nearby St Ebbe’s Church, said he has watched the slow demolition every day as he walks to...
2015/03/24 08:59
2015/03/24 08:59
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ELECTRIC buses that can be charged wirelessly through pads in the road could be used in Oxford by next year. The new vehicles could be deployed to service the city’s Park-and-Ride sites at Pear Tree,...
2015/03/24 07:41
2015/03/24 07:41
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THOUSANDS of people have still not signed up to vote in the Oxford East constituency. And the number of people registered to vote in the area has dropped than 40 per cent in some Oxford City Council...
2015/03/24 06:59
2015/03/24 06:59
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POLICE say they are closing in on graffiti artists following a spate of new scrawlings along Oxford’s canal and river towpaths. Sergeant Gordon Kille, of Thames Valley Police, said the force was...
2015/03/20 10:41
2015/03/20 10:41
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OXFORD University is the second richest in the UK after Cambridge with an endowment worth about £3.8bn some of which is invested in fossil fuel companies. Is this a sound investment and helpful to the...
2015/03/19 19:59
2015/03/19 19:59
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THE former home of Oxford’s burlesque club will be turned into Oxford City Council offices after planning officials unanimously supported the idea. The building in Oxpens Road, which was The Lodge...
2015/03/19 17:59
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A NEW visitor centre could be built beside Oxford’s Christ Church Meadow. Christ Church has proposed building the centre, which would provide tourists with information about the college and the...
2015/03/19 08:59
2015/03/19 08:59
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OXFORD University has said it will change the look of the Castle Mill student flats. The decision – made by senior figures on Monday – comes after its “parliament” threw out proposals to reduce the...
2015/03/18 11:41
2015/03/18 11:41
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IT’S good to hear that Oxford City Council may be thinking again about its decision in response to ‘technical problems’ and opposition from one or two local ‘heritage’ groups to remove solar panels...
2015/03/18 09:59
2015/03/18 09:59
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REPAIRS to the roof of Christ Church’s dining hall are expected to be completed by June, college staff have said. The famous hall at the college was closed to tourists in December last year after rot...
2015/03/18 09:59
2015/03/18 09:59
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A ROW over a replacement railway bridge has been reignited after councillors called in plans to a top committee so they could be considered again. As reported in yesterday’s Oxford Mail, Network Rail...
2015/03/31 06:59
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