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This is Oxfordshire
Queen Street is NOT closed - despite what bus company may have told youThe Plain, before resuming route from St Aldates.” Following the mistweet Oxfo
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 5 hours ago
The Plain, before resuming route from St Aldates.” Following the mistweet Oxford Bus Company director Phil Southall said: “Oxfordshire County Council had planned to close Queen Street for three weeks to allow some construction work to be... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Queen Street is NOT closed - despite what bus company may have told youThe Plain, before resuming route from St Aldates.” Following the mistweet Oxfo
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
The Plain, before resuming route from St Aldates.” Following the mistweet Oxford Bus Company director Phil Southall said: “Oxfordshire County Council had planned to close Queen Street for three weeks to allow some construction work to be... Read more
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Gazette
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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guardian-series
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
guardian-series / Posted 18 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 18 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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Harrow Times
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Harrow Times / Posted 18 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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This is West Country
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
This is West Country / Posted 18 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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Gazette News
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Gazette News / Posted 18 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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Bolton News
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Bolton News / Posted 18 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
EveningTimes Online / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Croydon Guardian / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Bus company mistweets that Queen Street is closingThe Plain, before resuming route from St Aldates.” Following the mistweet Oxfo
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 19 hours ago
The Plain, before resuming route from St Aldates.” Following the mistweet Oxford Bus Company director Phil Southall said: “Oxfordshire County Council had planned to close Queen Street for three weeks to allow some construction work to be... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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The News and Star
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
The News and Star / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the... Read more
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Whitehaven News
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Whitehaven News / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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Oxford Mail
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Oxford Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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Bury Times
From school meals to billion-pound rail lines: Carillion’s largest public dealsin which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion
Bury Times / Posted 19 hours ago
in which it had been approved “are anticipated to be worth around £2.64 billion in total over the period to 2021”. :: Oxfordshire County Council said around 18,000 students at 90 schools in its area are supplied with dinners by the company.... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Firefighters not needed for school lunch deliveries as Carillion staff turn up for workwere on standby to deliver school meals after one of the country’s biggest cons
Oxford Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
were on standby to deliver school meals after one of the country’s biggest construction companies went into liquidation. Oxfordshire County Council rallied personnel to ensure primary school children did not go hungry today, following the... Read more
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birminghammail
What is Carillion and what does it do? Construction company collapsesof Carillion's contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Govern
birminghammail / Posted 22 hours ago
of Carillion's contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Government, including HS2, analysts have said. Oxfordshire County Council - which struck a 10-year contract with Carillion in 2012 - has said it will take over the... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Carillion: Why did it collapse and what happens next?of Carillion’s contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Govern
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 22 hours ago
of Carillion’s contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Government, including HS2, analysts have said. Oxfordshire County Council – which struck a 10-year contract with Carillion in 2012 – has said it will take over the... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Carillion: Why did it collapse and what happens next?of Carillion’s contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Govern
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
of Carillion’s contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Government, including HS2, analysts have said. Oxfordshire County Council – which struck a 10-year contract with Carillion in 2012 – has said it will take over the... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Carillion: Why did it collapse and what happens next?of Carillion’s contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Govern
EveningTimes Online / Posted 23 hours ago
of Carillion’s contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Government, including HS2, analysts have said. Oxfordshire County Council – which struck a 10-year contract with Carillion in 2012 – has said it will take over the... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Carillion: Why did it collapse and what happens next?of Carillion’s contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Govern
Croydon Guardian / Posted 23 hours ago
of Carillion’s contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Government, including HS2, analysts have said. Oxfordshire County Council – which struck a 10-year contract with Carillion in 2012 – has said it will take over the... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Carillion: Why did it collapse and what happens next?of Carillion’s contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Govern
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 23 hours ago
of Carillion’s contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Government, including HS2, analysts have said. Oxfordshire County Council – which struck a 10-year contract with Carillion in 2012 – has said it will take over the... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
Carillion: Why did it collapse and what happens next?of Carillion’s contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Govern
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
of Carillion’s contracts are likely to be put back out for tender by the Government, including HS2, analysts have said. Oxfordshire County Council – which struck a 10-year contract with Carillion in 2012 – has said it will take over the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Firefighters 'on standby' to deliver school meals to children after Carillion collapsecould be drafted in to deliver school meals today after one of the country's bi
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
could be drafted in to deliver school meals today after one of the country's biggest construction companies went bust. Oxfordshire County Council is rallying its employees - including in its fire service - to ensure primary school children do... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Shortlist revealed for Women of Achievement awards 2018believe it when I heard I was shortlisted, it is something I do between my job
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
believe it when I heard I was shortlisted, it is something I do between my job as part of the inclusion team at the Oxfordshire County Council. “So Tacpac comes in during the evenings and weekends because I am passionate about people being... Read more
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Oxford Mail
A £6 million revamp - but wheelchair users can't access Oxford Libraryunbelievable." The library, one of the busiest in the country, reopened on Dec
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
unbelievable." The library, one of the busiest in the country, reopened on December 19 after an 18 month refurbishment. Oxfordshire County Council, which runs all of the county's libraries, spent £3.6m and the Westgate Centre’s developers... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
A £6 million revamp - but wheelchair users can't access Oxford Libraryunbelievable." The library, one of the busiest in the country, reopened on Dec
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
unbelievable." The library, one of the busiest in the country, reopened on December 19 after an 18 month refurbishment. Oxfordshire County Council, which runs all of the county's libraries, spent £3.6m and the Westgate Centre’s developers... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Hugless Douglas helps school open much-needed extension84 pupils attended the school, with an eight extra students added to September’
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
84 pupils attended the school, with an eight extra students added to September’s intake. The extension was funded by Oxfordshire County Council who have also paid for a similar expansion of Fitzwaryn. The Wantage academy recently announced... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Flu surge in Oxfordshire reaches twice national average as extra measures announced to stop spreadsuffering from the illness, compared with just 31.7 per cent nationally. With
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
suffering from the illness, compared with just 31.7 per cent nationally. With those over 65 some of the most vulnerable, Oxfordshire County Council yesterday announced adult social care commissioners would be writing to managers of residential... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Is it about time we had a joined up and continuous cycling network in Oxford?in Oxford has been signed by more than 700 people. The Rose Hill and Iffley Lo
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 3 days ago
in Oxford has been signed by more than 700 people. The Rose Hill and Iffley Low Carbon group launched the petition to urge Oxfordshire County Council to develop more cycle tracks and make sure the whole city can be travelled safely by cyclists. It... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Is it about time we had a joined up and continuous cycling network in Oxford?in Oxford has been signed by more than 700 people. The Rose Hill and Iffley Lo
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
in Oxford has been signed by more than 700 people. The Rose Hill and Iffley Low Carbon group launched the petition to urge Oxfordshire County Council to develop more cycle tracks and make sure the whole city can be travelled safely by cyclists. It... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Fears Access to Headington could cause traffic chaos in MarstonHeadington has ‘ignored’ the pleas of Marston residents and will only worsen tr
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Headington has ‘ignored’ the pleas of Marston residents and will only worsen traffic in the area, councillors have warned. Oxfordshire County Council’s Access to Headington project will move on to its next phase on January 22 with nine months of... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Fears Access to Headington could cause traffic chaos in MarstonHeadington has ‘ignored’ the pleas of Marston residents and will only worsen tr
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
Headington has ‘ignored’ the pleas of Marston residents and will only worsen traffic in the area, councillors have warned. Oxfordshire County Council’s Access to Headington project will move on to its next phase on January 22 with nine months of... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Travellers at park-and-ride tell council they'll be gone 'in a few days'and have told council officers they are not leaving just yet. The Thornhill si
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
and have told council officers they are not leaving just yet. The Thornhill site, which is owned and managed by Oxfordshire County Council, is the third park-and-ride to be occupied within a month. Oxfordshire County Council today told... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Travellers at park-and-ride tell council they'll be gone 'in a few days'and have told council officers they are not leaving just yet. The Thornhill si
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
and have told council officers they are not leaving just yet. The Thornhill site, which is owned and managed by Oxfordshire County Council, is the third park-and-ride to be occupied within a month. Oxfordshire County Council today told... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Travellers at park-and-ride say tell council they'll be gone 'in a few days'and have told council officers they are not leaving just yet. The Thornhill si
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
and have told council officers they are not leaving just yet. The Thornhill site, which is owned and managed by Oxfordshire County Council, is the third park-and-ride to be occupied within a month. Oxfordshire County Council today told... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Dementia day clubs need more financial supportable to have a bath in peace.” There are about 100 members a week who use the
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 days ago
able to have a bath in peace.” There are about 100 members a week who use the centres and each centre has three staff. Oxfordshire County Council spokesman Paul Smith said: “There will be continued grant funding pots for voluntary sector... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Dementia day clubs will needfinancial support due to cutsable to have a bath in peace.” There are about 100 members a week who use the
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 days ago
able to have a bath in peace.” There are about 100 members a week who use the centres and each centre has three staff. Oxfordshire County Council spokesman Paul Smith said: “There will be continued grant funding pots for voluntary sector... Read more
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