THE future of Oxford’s Christmas Market hangs in the balance as organisers say its current home at Oxford Castle is “unviable”.
A FORMER taxi driver was found with £21,000 worth of cocaine after drunkenly trying to punch someone he had offered drugs to.
OXFORD’S premier party campaigners want to inspire a summer of fun at a series of workshops.
A COMMUNITY centre rising from the ashes is among 20 projects bidding in the second round for Big Society cash.
A GLIDER pilot has this morning told of the moment his aircraft was in a mid-air collision with an RAF training plane.
THE ever-changing visage of Botley Cinema, a “calamitous” woollen mill and a curious sheep’s head are just some of the paintings forming a fascinating new exhibition of Oxfordshire art from the past 200 years.
COMPANIES are being urged to raise wages for their lowest-paid staff, as Oxford City Council announced all its workers will be paid almost £2 above the minimum wage.
WOODEATON: A public meeting has been called to discuss McKenna Plant Hire’s plans to infill Woodeaton Quarry with 520,000 tonnes of soil and clay over the next 10 years.
OXON: Oxford East Labour MP Andrew Smith has backed calls for court proceedings to be televised.
A PUBLIC meeting about plans to introduce residents’ parking permits in East Oxford will be held on Thursday.
WATLINGTON: A memorial service for former county councillor Roger Belson, who died on Boxing Day aged 62, will take place in London on Wednesday, March 21 at 3pm.
OXFORD: The University of Oxford has asked wealthy donors to help raise a total of £90m in a bid to save key academic jobs, the Sunday Times reported.
OXON: One lane of the M40 southbound was closed at 6.37pm yesterday after a crash involving two vehicles.
NEIGHBOURS say they are relieved occupants of a caravan have moved on voluntarily after complaints of noise and nuisance.
OXFORDSHIRE artists are taking centre stage at The Jam Factory this month.
A 24-year-old man from Littlemore was arrested early today on suspicion ofcausing grievous bodily harm over the stabbing of a 22-year-old man in East Oxford.
A MAN was fighting for his life after being stabbed multiple times in East Oxford.
The inquest into the deaths of a pilot and teen passenger killed in an air crash begins today.
Firefighters tackled a car fire sparked by mechanical fault.
A worker died after an accident with a forklift truck at a Banbury builders’ merchant.
A former army major paralysed by a rocket attack in 2008 came to Oxford as part of his 2,012-mile walk around Britain.
Councils have been criticised for investing £20m in tobacco firms while at the same time telling people to quit the habit.
A developer has been given the go-ahead to demolish two 18th century shops despite protests from preservation campaigners.
CUTS in government grants could lead to a decline in student volunteering, a Turl Street-based charity has warned.