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Live Tuesday, August 4

Glued: Ellen Simpson, six, watches a video of Draw Me Make a Story

Top children’s illustrators on display

Combine harvester blaze shuts Bicester road

Combine harvester blaze shuts Bicester road

Delays on the A420 after a crash involving a motorbike and car

Delays on the A420 after a crash near Faringdon involving a motorbike and car

Woman who stole and sold more than 1,000 handbags ordered to pay back £140,000

Woman who stole and sold more than 1,000 handbags ordered to pay back £140,000

Boost: Andrew Smith MP pushes William Grant on a swing at the revamped playground at Mabel Pritchard School as deputy head Kate Schnelling looks on

Your chance to grab thousands of pounds for a charity project

Redeveloped: Beenhams Cottage in Littlemore is set to be extended

Controversial redevelopment of home is set to be approved

Focused: Go Active instructor Tom Steward plays table tennis with Mya Buckingham, 11, at Hollow Way Recreation Ground

The net benefits of outdoor life...

Two-car crash near Yarnton on A44

Update: Woman injured after crash on the A44 in Yarnton

A40 has reopened following an earlier crash at the Cassington lights

A40 has reopened following an earlier crash at the Cassington lights

Oxford University's Cecil appeal has reached donations of more than £550k

Oxford University's Cecil appeal has reached donations of more than £550k

Four who died on Oxfordshire's roads last week are named

Four who died on Oxfordshire's roads last week are named

Andrew Smith MP pushes William Grant on a swing at the revamped playground at Mabel Pritchard School, funded with a Gannett Foundation grant, as deputy head Kate Schnelling looks on

GANNETT GRANTS: Apply now for your chance to grab thousands of pounds for a charity project

End: Val Henderson with pets Pippin, Adara, Freya and Mr Garfield

Pet sitter retires from ‘the loveliest job in the world ‘

Change of use: The Old School could be converted into flats

Third attempt to convert school sparking concern

A man's best friend: Leah the labrador cross completed her 100th circuit of Rye Meadow on Saturday alongside proud owner Les Newell

Parkrun’s more of a ‘bark-run’ for rescue dog celebrating its 100th race

Call for £2.8bn investment in major roads including the A34 part of proposals from three councils

Call for £2.8bn investment in major roads including the A34 part of proposals from three councils

Proud: Hilary Pillin with a copy of her grandfather Walter Young’s war diaries entitled Walter’s War

The First World War as seen by a Witney postman

Appeal: Paul Fowler with the second Mk26b Spitfire under construction at Enstone Airfield

Name a Spitfire hero and help get Oxford Squadron up in air

Bank holiday misery ahead as First Great Western staff strike

Bank holiday misery ahead as First Great Western staff strike

Rape suspect trial set to begin today

Rape suspect trial set to begin today

Jayden Parkinson

Police to face misconduct actions over Jayden Parkinson case

Camera clue to store’s meat theft

Camera clue to store’s meat theft

Star guest: Sir Trevor Baylis at the Oxonia University Network conference being held at the Said Business School

Inventor makes a plea for schools to get back to the basics

Customers with poor signal in Charlbury form action group to lobby for better service

Customers with poor signal in Charlbury form action group to lobby for better service

Control: Ben Billington shows off his street hockey skills

Street hockey project is rolled out to hundreds of youngsters

Detector finds 3,000-year-old knife

Detector finds 3,000-year-old knife

Pricey: The City of Dreaming Spires might be one of the favourite tourist destinations but it’s also one of the most expensive

Oxford's hotel rooms are among the most expensive in the UK

Advice from police on burglary prevention

Advice from police on burglary prevention

Bicester Retail Park decision set to be made

Bicester Retail Park decision set to be made

Rethink: City council leader Bob Price

West End transformation hits delay as a major partner withdraws from scheme

Petition: Left to right, Annabelle Asbridge, Andrew Hicks, Cllr Altaf Khan and Cllr Roz Smith, who are against plans to widen Osler Road

Our road is set to become a rat run, say Headington residents

Serial thief jailed for shoplifting

Serial thief jailed for shoplifting

‘Cynical’: Oxford Medical Committee chairman Dr Prit Buttar

Morale ‘awful’ as GPs examine fall-out of seven-day contracts

Artwork to honour town’s famed poet

Artwork to honour town’s famed poet

Cheers: David Wood enjoys a beer at The Cornertone’s annual music and beer fest

Raising a glass as the crowds enjoy top festival

So happy I took the plunge – next comes my 4k wild swim

So happy I took the plunge – next comes my 4k wild swim

Live Monday, August 3

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Phone scammer cons pensioner out of £20,000 in life savings

Delays on trains between Oxford and Didcot Parkway due to trespassers

Update: Services running as normal after trespassing incident between Oxford and Didcot Parkway

For hire? What the phone box in Market Street, Oxford, could look like with advertising space

Disused phone box could get a new life

Permission granted for Lodge Burlesque Club in Oxford to open longer

Permission granted for Lodge Burlesque Club in Oxford to open longer

Cyclists make it a marathon effort in park

Cyclists make it a marathon effort in park

Making a difference: Marie Cure nurse Michal-Marie Eggleton trains for the Walk to Remember event at Blenheim Palace with her dog Yogi. It will raise money for the charity

A stroll around Blenheim is a big step for cancer sufferers

Criticised: High Street Cafe received a food and hygiene grading of just one from Oxford City Council

Dead fly earns bad hygiene rating for cafe

Concerned: David Hinde, front, led the villagers’ campaign against Yarnton Manor’s plan to obtain a permanent licence

Manor house boss considers an appeal

Nearly ready: Abingdon and Witney College assistant principal Neil Brayshaw next to the new construction centre

College will train the builders of the future at its new centre

Treasures: Volunteer Peter Graham puts up the bunting for Restore’s first summer festival at its Manzil Way garden

Party in secret graden raises cash for mental health

Serious: Judge Ian Pringle

Dealer caught trying to flush drugs stash down the toilet

Scales of Justice: 16 cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates Court

Scales of Justice: 16 cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates Court

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