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UNIVERSITY bosses have put forward plans to screen a student flats development by Port Meadow with trees but ruled out reducing its height. It wants to put trees around the western side of the...
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A HOMELESS man has been jailed for the “disgusting” crime of trying to spread tuberculosis (TB) by coughing over Oxford City Council workers. David Goodwin, of no fixed address, was sentenced to 26...
2014/10/30 10:00
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ART galleries, civic buildings and even Oxford Ice Rink will soon have free wi-fi thanks to government investment. More than 40 buildings in Oxford will be transformed into free wi-fi hotspots, it...
2014/10/30 07:59
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MOST nine-year-olds are more interested in football, books or video games than getting involved in local politics. But when Giulio Taggart heard plans for a Tesco Express store in Old Marston Road...
2014/10/30 06:41
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PLANS to extend the Seacourt park-and-ride site in Oxford could help fight the city’s traffic problems. The site off Botley Road currently has 805 spaces and city council leader Bob Price said he...
2014/10/29 14:41
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Both Oxford City Council and the county council seem obsessed with cyclists with vast sums of money being spent on so called improvements for this minority group. Many of these cyclists are...
2014/10/29 08:41
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An 86-year-old grandfather flooded out of his home a second time has recalled how he suffered a heart attack when his Oxford street was first deluged. William Hillier and wife June, 82, left their...
2014/10/29 07:00
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LIFEGUARDS are set to be removed from some swimming lessons at four of Oxford’s pools. The changes will affect Swim School sessions at Blackbird Leys, Barton and Ferry leisure centres along with...
2014/10/28 20:00
2014/10/28 20:00
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PUBLIC toilets in Knights Road, Blackbird Leys, have been reopened after being closed for weeks during a complete refurbishment. The facilities are the latest to be upgraded as part of a £450,000...
2014/10/28 17:41
2014/10/28 17:41
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COUNCIL “propaganda” papers should be scrapped, say some residents after discovering they cost almost £122,500 to produce in the last year. A Freedom of Information request by the Oxford Mail showed...
2014/10/28 17:41
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A COWLEY recreation area that played a key role as a makeshift airfield in the Second World War will again be given a “runway”. More than 1,000 aircraft, including some used in the Battle of...
2014/10/28 10:41
2014/10/28 10:41
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The housing pressures upon district councils throughout Oxfordshire and on Oxford City Council are considerable. However, all these councils have a land bank in their respective areas which would...
2014/10/28 09:41
2014/10/28 09:41
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SOME council workers might have considered the task of cleaning up Blackbird Leys as a real poisoned chalice, but not Oxford City Council street cleaner Harry Liptrot. He firmly grasped the grimy...
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2014/10/28 06:59
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THE entrepreneur behind £20m proposals to redevelop Jericho’s Castle Mill boatyard is confident the plans will be approved by Christmas. Johnny Sandelson, chief executive of Strategic Iconic Assets...
2014/10/27 17:59
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PEOPLE have been given the chance to scrutinise three developments planned for North Oxford. The first North Oxford Area Forum, organised by Oxford City Council, saw D’Overbroecks College, University...
2014/10/27 09:59
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THE traffic chaos in Oxford will only get worse unless the city expands, the council’s head of housing has warned. David Edwards, executive director for city regeneration, spoke after weeks of...
2014/10/27 06:59
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NEW equipment has been installed in a Greater Leys skatepark, ending a two-year wait. A T-shaped concrete block and long metal rail was installed in Fry’s Hill Park on Friday by Groundworks South,...
2014/10/27 06:41
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A DISABLED boy cannot bathe properly and have his own bedroom because planning officials turned down an extension, his family have said. The family of Goran Pearce have appealed to Oxford City...
2014/10/25 08:59
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BIKE safety campaigners have warned that cyclists are risking their lives, after an Oxford Mail survey found more than half of them were riding without lights. We found more than 280 cyclists – 58...
2014/10/25 08:41
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AFTER the pain of seeing their homes deluged with water, treasured possessions ruined, and then the stress of moving into temporary accommodation, the flood victims of Normandy Crescent deserve a...
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