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2014/11/26 14:06
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MAJOR roundabout work in North Oxford should be delayed until railway work is finished in Upper Wolvercote, a councillor has said. Plans to replace the railway bridge in First Turn and turn...
2014/11/26 14:06
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2014/11/26 11:59
2014/11/26 11:59
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THE £400m overhaul of the Westgate Shopping Centre was given final approval last night, clearing the way for work to begin in the new year. The scheme will refurbish the mall building off Bonn Square...
2014/11/26 08:41
2014/11/26 08:41
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A new panel designed to tackle growing inequality in Oxford met for the first time on Monday. The Inequality Scrutiny Panel looked at ways Oxford City Council could reduce unemployment and food...
2014/11/25 08:59
2014/11/25 08:59
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Campaigners have called a public meeting in Jericho to discuss a report produced for Oxford University on the controversial Castle Mill student flats. The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) was...
2014/11/25 06:59
2014/11/25 06:59
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OXFORD has space for more than 1,700 homes on brownfield land and a quarter can be built on sites publicly owned, it has been claimed. London-based surveyors Daniel Watney used data from the Office...
2014/11/24 09:59
2014/11/24 09:59
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SINGING, dancing and light displays popped up around Oxford to launch the festive season over the weekend. The three-day Christmas Light Festival, featuring a host of community arts groups, was...
2014/11/24 09:46
2014/11/24 09:46
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PLANS to widen the A34 in both directions through Oxfordshire would cost at least £800 million, a new report has revealed. And an expansion could mean homes in Botley and North Hinksey could be...
2014/11/24 07:59
2014/11/24 07:59
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Residents and community groups are to be asked for their views as part of an Oxford City Council review into inequality in the city. The council’s inequality scrutiny panel will meet tonight for the...
2014/11/24 07:59
2014/11/24 07:59
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THE developer behind the £20m redevelopment of the Castle Mill boatyard should not have to meet city targets for affordable housing, a report has claimed. The long-awaited Jericho scheme was...
2014/11/22 07:59
2014/11/22 07:59
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RESIDENTS say they are being “railroaded” by plans to close a city road in January for 10 months. Network Rail announced last Thursday it will demolish and replace the railway bridge in First Turn,...
2014/11/20 10:41
2014/11/20 10:41
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OXFORD Mail journalists have been valiantly trying to raise awareness of male cancer by downing their razors and sprouting hair on their upper lips for Movember. Some have been more successful than...
2014/11/20 07:59
2014/11/20 07:59
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TRAFFIC congestion caused by a series of roadworks has left Oxford businesses counting the cost. The city has regularly ground to a halt as motorists negotiate the impact of works such as at...
2014/11/19 21:01
2014/11/19 21:01
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Oxford City Council approved Tuesday a $31 million budget that includes a 2 percent cost-of-living raise for all full-time employees, as well as a new agreement with Rumpke. The raise is consistent...
2014/11/19 20:41
2014/11/19 20:41
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A FIVE-screen cinema and designer fashion outlet have been revealed as the latest two big name tenants for the redeveloped Westgate Shopping Centre. Developer Westgate Alliance Oxford said it had...
2014/11/19 18:41
2014/11/19 18:41
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It is to be hoped that Oxford City Council has really learned its lesson from the shameful debacle of the Castle Mill flats. Leaving aside the fact that the visual impact was either wilfully...
2014/11/19 09:50
2014/11/19 09:50
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CONFUSION surrounds the Government’s response to calls for more spending powers from Oxfordshire’s council leaders. On Monday, Oxfordshire County Council leader Ian Hudspeth said £300m extra could be...
2014/11/19 05:59
2014/11/19 05:59
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JERICHO residents say they need more information about Network Rail’s proposals for an area behind their homes. The rail infrastructure provider confirmed it could cut down trees between William Lucy...
2014/11/18 19:59
2014/11/18 19:59
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WORK has started on Rose Hill’s new community centre after 11 months of delays. Construction of the centre, which will cost £4.7m, was meant to begin in January but was delayed after residents...
2014/11/18 08:59
2014/11/18 08:59
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FLOOD-HIT families have said they are no closer to getting answers about a promised meeting with Thames Water. A water main burst in Normandy Crescent, in Cowley, on September 23 for the second time...
2014/11/18 06:59
2014/11/18 06:59
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MORE than 10,000 students are living in potential family homes, according to a new report. The study by Savills suggests that at least 1,400 family homes “could be unlocked” with the creation of more...
2014/11/26 14:06
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