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Live Friday, September 4

Almost 1,000 expected at refugee crisis demonstration in Oxford on Sunday

Breaking Almost 1,000 people expected at refugee crisis demonstration in Oxford on Sunday

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Packing them in: The opening day of the St Giles Fair attracted 60,000 people last year and organisers are hoping for similar numbers

All set for St Giles Fair despite roadworks and hotel repairs

Time for a paddle: Longlands resident Jean Phillips, 81, dabbles her feet with assistance from Friendleys founder Liz Helliwell, right, and Longlands care worker Martina Kurmeda

Oh, they do like to be beside the seaside...

Local councils in bid to control health service cash as part of Oxfordshire power grab

Breaking Local councils in bid to control health service cash as part of Oxfordshire power grab

On show: Artist Stephen Goodman at the Jam Factory exhibition with his piece entitled Black Sand: Spectrum Falls

Icelandic myths inspire abstract artist’s paintings

Inspection: The Slade Nursery School and Children’s Centre

Nursery must do better as second inspectors’ report flags up issues

Major delays around Oxford for motorists during Friday rush-hour

Breaking Major delays around Oxford for motorists during Friday rush-hour

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Performance: Jo Davies of FiddleBop outside Chipping Norton Town Hall

Getting in swing for Chipping Norton jazz festival

Hugo Boss fined £1.2m for failings that led to death of boy crushed by mirror in Bicester Village store

Breaking Hugo Boss fined £1.2m for failings that led to death of boy crushed by mirror in Bicester Village store

Caught on camera: A suspected ‘big cat’ photographed in a field opposite the Masons Arms pub in Burford Road, Brize Norton, in 2005

Is the ‘big cat’ back?

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Woman jailed for year for hitting cyclist as she texted while driving near North Leigh

Woman jailed for year for hitting cyclist as she texted while driving near North Leigh

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Try Tibetan food as you listen to Ugandan music

Try Tibetan food as you listen to Ugandan music

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Riot of colour: Running the gauntlet of a dye station at Cornbury Park last year

Colourful race inspires women to get sporty

‘So kind’: Shirley Johnson, 67, has been showered with flowers and best wishes since Launton Post Office was raided in July

Postmistress ‘overwhelmed’ with kindness after robbery

Have you seen missing mum and six-year-old daughter from Witney?

Breaking UPDATE: Missing mum and six-year-old daughter from Witney found

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Delays between Oxford and London Paddington due to signalling problems

Delays between Oxford and London Paddington due to signalling problems

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Unhappy: Parents Andrea Craig and Maria Hendrickse, right, pictured with sons Teddy Hendrickse,13, Jordan Craig, 15, and Paddy Hendrickse,13, are concerned by cuts to bus services

Anger as school bus changes add an hour to children’s day

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Improvements: Manager of Restore centre Olivier Guillot, right, with some of the centre’s students

Follow our lead and grab some cash

Dip in profit blamed on roadworks

Dip in profit blamed on roadworks

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Driver hit by cyclist in road rage clash

Driver hit by cyclist in road rage clash

People urged to check license plates following thefts

People urged to check license plates following thefts

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Slow traffic along the A420 near the Botley Interchange after crash involving broken-down lorry

Breaking Slow traffic along the A420 near the Botley Interchange after crash involving broken-down lorry

Seeking help: Afghan girls wait at a checkpoint near the Hungarian town of Roszke yesterday after crossing the border from Serbia

Hundreds expected to attend this weekend's ‘Refugees Welcome’ protest in Oxford

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Villagers vote in favour of Hook Norton Neighbourhood Plan

Villagers vote in favour of Hook Norton Neighbourhood Plan

Hydroelectric power plant approved by council planners

Hydroelectric power plant approved by council planners

Man's best friend: Reggie at Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary with Aaron Denton

The search to find Reggie his paw-fect forever home is on

Strike a pose: Back, from left, Ruby Devlin, 11, Georginia Zilvetti, 12, and Kasia Gibson, 12; front, Abigail Buckley, 10, Alice Hobbs, 15, and Jessica Walton, nine

Young performers collect top results in summer exams

Lorry driver fined for phone usage

Lorry driver fined for using his phone at the Wolvercote Roundabout

Killed: Richard Reed

Speeding motorist must ‘bear the memory’ of killing his close friend

Teens charged after burglary at parlour

Teens charged after burglary at parlour in Wantage

Beware: Kate Davies of Oxfordshire Trading Standards

Slimmers warned of internet pills scam

Burst main: Broughton Road yesterday

Burst water main severely damages six properties

Police urge people to report Kidlington scrap collectors

Police urge people to report Kidlington scrap collectors

Memorial: Floral tributes to Aown Dogar on Donnington Bridge on June 28

River death teen Aown Dogar was ‘shining example of good’ says father

Oxford fails to hit homeless target

Oxford fails to hit homeless target

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Delighted: Headteacher Louise Hatton, with pupils, left to right Louis Tweddle, seven, James Cherry, seven, Summer Stoter, eight and Iris Nicholson, seven

New £4m primary opens doors at last

‘Pointless’ zebra crossing plan is given go-ahead

‘Pointless’ zebra crossing plan is given go-ahead

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Scheme: Rebecca Goddard

‘Mail-backed literacy campaign should be expanded throughout the county’ say organisers

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Magic moment: Ladder to the Moon actress Rose Turner with resident Frederick Clapton

This care home’s alive with the Sound of Music. . .

‘Unique opportunity’: Botley councillor Debby Hallett

West Way redevelopment should cater for teens in community hub, firms told

Housing estate could take 10 years to finish

Housing estate could take 10 years to finish

NHS staff fitness plan welcomed

NHS staff fitness plan welcomed

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Live Thursday, September 3

Live Thursday, September 3

Jacob Harper jailed for a year after killing passenger Richard Reed in car crash near Long Hanborough

Jacob Harper jailed for a year after killing passenger Richard Reed in car crash near Long Hanborough

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‘Positive day’: Education and childcare minister Sam Gyimah with pupils Maya Piaget, 12, and Phyllie Dolan, 12, on a visit to Heyford Park Free School yesterday

‘New free school will address demand for quality education’

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Two-vehicle crash at Golden Balls roundabout near Nuneham Courtenay

Two-vehicle crash at Golden Balls roundabout near Nuneham Courtenay

Creative: Songwriter Matt Winkworth

Songsmith and partner score £10,000 from Hollywood star Kevin Spacey

Visit: Lucie Mayer, left, with Green Party leader Natalie Bennett

Farm about to sprout

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