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Flood warnings on two rivers in Oxfordshire were removed today.
Calls have been made for more land in Oxford to be made available for allotments after it was claimed repeated flooding had left some plots unusable.
Oxfordshire has been awarded extra Government money for communities still affected hit by last year's flooding.
Flood victims across Oxfordshire are turning to an Oxford bookbinder to help them save their precious collections.
A flood fair advising residents on how to prevent their homes from flooding is to take place in Oxford this week.
FAMILIES and businesses have been told to do more to save their homes and buildings from flooding.
SCORES of families left homeless by severe flooding were last night given a surprise cash boost by the Government.
FLOOD-HIT Oxfordshire has been warned it faces another wet summer, but officials have promised nervous householders they are now better prepared.
A 17-year old boy has died after being trapped in a storm drain in Witney.
TRAINS between Oxford and Moreton-in-Marsh, in Gloucestershire, are being disrupted by flooding at Shipton-under-Wychwood.
FLASH flooding is causing traffic chaos across Oxfordshire.
OXFORDSHIRE has been issued with a severe weather warning.
ELDERLY residents are finally settling in to life back at their nursing home in Witney, ten months after last summer's floods.
VILLAGERS in Radley fear drainage problems along a country road could cause a serious accident.
A VILLAGE stream has been cleared of obstructions as part of the Environment Agency's maintenance programme following last summer's floods.
AN urgent call has gone out to flood chiefs in a bid to prevent roads and homes becoming swamped with water after another weekend of downpours.
OXFORD City Council leaders have refused for the second time to waive a year's rent for allotment holders in West Oxford who have been flooded out.
Flood alerts have been issued for parts of Oxfordshire after heavy rain overnight caused rivers to swell.
A SENIOR council officer from Oxfordshire is in Brussels this week to seek European money for the cost of last summer's floods.
WARNINGS about the serious flood risk to Oxford and damage to property were made more than 30 years ago, forgotten documents reveal.
CITY council leaders have refused to give in to the demands of allotment holders in Oxford who claim their rent should be waived for a year due to flooding.
A RETIRED Oxford don fears homeowners who have never been flooded are now being turned down by insurance companies.
A SHORTAGE of building workers is preventing flood victims from returning to their homes more than six months after July's devastating floods.
PEOPLE saved from flooding by the actions of diligent Oxford City Council workers got a chance to say thank-you with some bottles of bubbly.
HUNDREDS of Abingdon residents are relieved their homes escaped further flooding - and are now demanding another meeting with Environment Agency bosses.
Oxfordshire was given a severe weather warning today as Met Office forecasters predicted heavy rain.
A year on, anyone wishing to discover how last July's devastating floods changed lives should meet Bill Bowell and his wife, Edna.
Fears have been raised that a new deal between the Government and insurance companies will not help many flood victims in Oxfordshire.
Experts on flooding from Holland are coming to Oxford to pool their expertise with councillors.
THE insurance industry and the Government have reached an agreement to ensure householders can get protection against flooding.
People in Oxfordshire have been urged to make their homes more flood-proof because further downpours are unavoidable.
Sixty families have returned to their homes in the past month after being forced into temporary accommodation by last summer's floods.
A NUMBER of roads across Oxfordshire are still blocked today following yesterday's flash flooding.
OXFORDSHIRE suffered major flooding for the third time in a year today as the county's infrastructure failed to cope with a heavy deluge.
A SERIES of roads across the county have been closed due to flooding.
FOUR Oxfordshire rivers were this afternoon on flood watch as heavy rain continues to fall.
BANKS of a stream have been given cleaned up to reduce the risk of flooding to homes in Steventon.
ALMOST 300 homes in Oxfordshire are still empty ten months after last summer's catastrophic floods.
OXFORD Flood Alliance is urging the Environment Agency to "bring the diggers in" or risk a repeat of last summer's devastating floods.
THE champagne corks were flying last night as a west Oxfordshire pub opened for the first time since last summer's flooding in the Evenlode valley.
GARDENS in Blackbird Leys were swamped in sewage last night after a vital pumping station broke, following just 20mm of weekend rainfall.
FLOOD alerts have been issued for several rivers in Oxfordshire after heavy rainfall led to rising water levels across the county.
FLOOD prevention work carried out in an Oxfordshire village a year ago has been hailed a success.
NEW FLOOD defences are to be deployed on Osney Island to protect 75 vulnerable properties.
TRADESMEN in Oxford have hit back at suggestions there are not enough local workers to bail out flood victims in the city.
ACTION to protect the main rail line through Oxford from flooding should be a priority for Network Rail, according to the body representing the rail freight industry.
MORE Government money is being given to west Oxfordshire to help with the aftermath of last summer's flooding.
A CRICKET club whose ground disappeared under water in last July's floods is rising from the waves for the coming summer.
PEOPLE in west Oxfordshire who were charged £2.50 per sandbag during the last week will be reimbursed.
FLOODING has become an everyday part of winter life that will continue to plague Oxfordshire, according to the county's assistant chief fire officer.
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