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Ofsted: Larkmead now rated as a good school
One lane is closed on the A34 northbound due to a broken down car.
AN EX-WIFE launched a malicious campaign against her former husband in which she claimed he was a paedophile, a court heard.
ABINGDON could lose its outdoor swimming pool in a major refurbishment of Abbey Meadow.
A Civic Society that won a moratorium on the sale of a historic building has appealed for groups to buy it and preserve it
MORE than one hundred residents turned out for ‘I Love Botley’ day to share their ideas on how they want Botley’s West Way Shopping Centre to be improved.
A MAN tried to rob a shop in Abingdon last night but left empty-handed.
The A361 Fulbrook is due to be re-opened after an overturned car has been moved.
THE ambulance service has apologised after an amateur footballer who broke his leg in two places had to make his own way to hospital.
A CARE home where a resident was “not moved for 12 hours”
MALFUNCTIONING mosquitoes made in Abingdon have been used to almost wipe out deadly dengue fever in one Central American suburb.
A CYCLIST has collided with a car on the B4017 Lamborough Hill in Wootton.
A Harvester restaurant will open at Milton Gate, the new site next to the Milton Interchange and Milton Park.
ALMOST 2,000 homes in Faringdon and its surrounding villages had their power cut off yesterday due to fallen power cables.
RESIDENTS in South Oxford and the Vale are being warned they face a fortnight’s delay for decisions on planning applications.
A JUDGE told a burglar to “get a job” as he left dock after threatening him with jail if he misses a single probation appointment.
DRIVERS have been delayed after a crash left debris on a road.
SECURITY at Oxford Town Hall and other city buildings will be reviewed this week after last week’s fires in South Oxfordshire.
ENGINEERS will work through the night to repair a burst water main which has closed Stert Street in Abingdon.
THERE have been no sightings of two teenagers since they disappeared a week ago, say police.
THE man charged with arson following three fires in south Oxfordshire has appeared in court.
MORE than 70 years after its members first trod the boards, Abingdon Drama Club is looking forward to another year of performances.
Research by Oxford University to develop a vaccine for Ebola was praised in the Commons by Oxford West and Abingdon MP Nicola Blackwood.
SOUTH Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils have urged people to only contact them in an emergency.
A FUNERAL directors next to the South Oxfordshire District Council headquarters was the second place hit in yesterday morning’s suspected arson attack.
A VILLAGE’S threatened Post Office may have secured its long-term future following crunch talks, its postmaster has said.
THE A34 has reopened 11 hours after a lorry overturned on the southbound carriageway near Abingdon.
Pioneer: First woman to lead boys’ public school calls time on a distinguished career
Revamp: Builder honoured for major work on former student accommodation
FASTER rail connections to Heathrow, new and improved railway stations and another Thames river crossing are among a list of suggested improvements in a new action plan.
POLICE have been called three times regarding rows over Abingdon’s hydro power plant project before construction has even begun.
A WINDOW cleaner who stole more than £10,000 worth of jewellery including a “treasured” engagement ring has been jailed.
VIDEO footage has revealed the extent of the devastation caused by an arson attack on a council headquarters.
BURGLARS stealing food and drink from sports clubs across the county have been branded “pathetic.”
AN AMATEUR footballer who broke his leg in two places had to be taken to hospital by car because no ambulances were available.
MINISTER Penny Mordaunt toured burned-out council headquarters to show her support for staff.
A man charged with a series of arson attacks is due to appear at Oxford Crown Court today.
DRIVERS on the A34 near Abingdon are facing delays this morning following a three-vehicle accident.
THE A34 northbound between Marcham and Milton re-opened this evening after the road was closed when a lorry crashed into a ditch last night.
SOUTH Oxfordshire District Council’s burnt-out headquarters could take up to three years to rebuild, its leader said yesterday.
YOUNG churchgoers raised more than £2,000 for a charity set up in memory of an Abingdon five-year-old who battled a brain tumour.
PARTS of Oxfordshire have been affected by a power cut this morning.
A 61-YEAR-OLD teacher died after falling down the stairs, an inquest heard yesterday.
STAFF at a fire-stricken council are working "flat out" to get services back online for 256,000 residents, one of their chairmen said yesterday.
COUNCIL staff are working over the weekend to try to get the IT and phone systems up and running after Thursday's fire in Crowmarsh Gifford.
PROUD parents Freddy and Laura Stevens will run the Oxford Mail OX5 for the hospital that helped their son Thomas, who was born with a cleft lip and palate.
A man has been charged with arson following three fires in South Oxfordshire.
EGGS at the ready – Oxfordshire’s toughest baking competition is back.
KARL Mitchell-Shead, 27, shot footage of the blaze at the council building in Crowmarsh Gifford at about 7.15am on his digital camera.
A MAN was last night being held by police after fire raged through three buildings in southern Oxfordshire, including council offices.
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THE race is on to secure funding for a charity touted as a role model for others lending to start-up firms.