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2015/04/24 14:41
2015/04/24 14:41
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IF YOU have ever fancied your own vending machine or riding around on a council-owned lawnmower, tomorrow could be your big chance. More than 150 items of unused council paraphernalia ranging from...
2015/04/24 14:41
2015/04/24 14:41
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2015/04/24 10:41
2015/04/24 10:41
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CHILDREN across Oxford’s estates have been letting their imagination run riot with a creative writing course. Charity Over and Above the Line went into schools in Blackbird Leys, Barton and Rose Hill...
2015/04/24 07:59
2015/04/24 07:59
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ONLY one in 10 business bosses would choose to base their operation in Oxford, according to a new survey. Traffic congestion, roadworks and lack of modern office buildings were making the city centre...
2015/04/23 16:59
2015/04/23 16:59
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A KEBAB van manager has vowed to do all he can to get his street trading licence back after Oxford City Council refused to renew it. The council’s decision came as Harry’s Grill – which traded...
2015/04/23 12:59
2015/04/23 12:59
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The lack of new and affordable housing in Oxford is having a negative impact on Oxfordshire’s economy and constraining growth, according to Oxfordshire Chamber of Commerce’s president. Peter Smith...
2015/04/23 12:41
2015/04/23 12:41
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The announcement that Oxford City Council has signed an agreement with London and Continental Railways (owned by us the taxpayers) to transfer its land at Oxpens to Exemplar (April 1) fills me with...
2015/04/23 10:41
2015/04/23 10:41
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Housing crisis must be solved, says Liberal Democrat city councillor for Summertown Andrew Gant People need houses. Oxford needs houses. There are more people who want to live in Oxford than there...
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2015/04/23 07:59
2015/04/23 07:59
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A HOMELESS man with tuberculosis who spat at medical staff has been convicted of breaching an antisocial behaviour order. David Goodwin, 50, had gone to the Luther Street Medical Centre in Oxford, on...
2015/04/23 06:41
2015/04/23 06:41
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CONCERNS about the NHS and social care for the elderly topped the agenda at a hustings at Oxford Town Hall yesterday. The event was organised by Age UK Oxfordshire to allow older people to quiz...
2015/04/22 16:59
2015/04/22 16:59
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FINAL designs for a major medical research building in Headington have been revealed by Oxford University. The £11.1m Oxford BioEscalator will house laboratories and offices for scientists and...
2015/04/22 09:59
2015/04/22 09:59
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HIGH demand in the construction industry and mistakes in a contract caused the Rose Hill Community Centre’s cost to spiral by nearly half a million pounds, a report has found. Senior councillors at...
2015/04/21 11:59
2015/04/21 11:59
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STRICTER controls on “iceberg homes” have been called for by a councillor after revised plans for an underground swimming pool in North Oxford were approved. Craig Burkinshaw applied to Oxford City...
2015/04/21 10:41
2015/04/21 10:41
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Once again it has been suggested that houses should be built (1,300 of them) on Oxford Golf Club land at Southfield, near the Lye Valley. Thank you very much district councils of Cherwell, Vale of...
2015/04/21 08:00
2015/04/21 08:00
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FORMER Blackbird Leys councillor Val Smith is being cared for in Sobell House Hospice after a long battle with cancer. Mrs Smith, married to Oxford East parliamentary candidate Andrew Smith, was a...
2015/04/20 11:41
2015/04/20 11:41
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Rough sleeping in Oxford is a fact. Much has been made of Oxford City Council spending on supporting the homeless, but the need for ‘local connections’ bars anyone from outside the area, so they have...
2015/04/20 11:41
2015/04/20 11:41
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Councillors Elizabeth Wade and John Howson are right to express concern about delays in Network Rail’s planning application for their new bridge and ramps from Aristotle Lane to Port Meadow. But they...
2015/04/18 16:59
2015/04/18 16:59
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A NURSERY school for children aged between six weeks and five years old has been given a food-hygiene rating of one out of five. Wolfson Nursery on Linton Road, North Oxford, was inspected by Oxford...
2015/04/17 17:00
2015/04/17 17:00
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MORE than 105,000 people in Oxford have now signed up to vote on May 7. But with just four days left until Monday’s deadline to register, there is still some way to go to match the number on the roll...
2015/04/17 10:41
2015/04/17 10:41
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It won't just be “more empty units” the new Westgate Centre (April 8) will bring in its wake, what with “100 new shops, a five-screen cinema and 25 cafes and restaurants”. It will also bring...
2015/04/17 10:41
2015/04/17 10:41
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The Painted Room is a hidden gem in the middle of Oxford that thousands of people pass each day and don’t even know exists. But on Sunday and on Thursday, Shakespeare’s Birthday, the room will be...
2015/04/24 14:41
2015/04/24 14:41
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