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A COMPANY that was refused permission to build a private care home next to a health centre has appealed against the decision.
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In a bid to kick start Jamaica's chronically stagnant economy, the Caribbean country is wooing its citizens living abroad to invest in the island of their birth.
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Rolls-Royce has named Frank Ludwig as its director of manufacturing. The 42-year-old executive joins the BMW Group subsidiary from the automaker's factory in Leipzig, Germany, where he was director of the plant's paint, press and body shops.
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The men searched the property before leaving empty-handed. They all had their faces covered and drove off in a white Ford van.
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Parsons was last month convicted of stabbing wife Janee to death in front of their young son in their Bicester home.
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CHRISTINE and Mike Belcher have impressed the rich and famous with their wacky balloon sculptures at film premieres and on television.
A flight instructor has accused Reading Borough Council of large-scale fraud against the motorist for issuing illegal fines for driving in bus lanes.
Many libraries are providing the first half-hour of internet access free and then charging a range of fees to stay online Britain's libraries are making the public pay for services previously provided for FREE before the Tory-led Coalition's cuts, a shock survey reveals today.
When the pair saw each other across the dancefloor at the community centre in Faringdon Road in 1951, sparks flew - and the rest is history.
The north side of the shopping precinct will be given a facelift with three new shops created facing Sheep Street, and the lane itself dedicated to two restaurants - one with a roof terrace.
Taylor Wimpey recently won planning permission to build 51 homes in Morland Road, Marcham, near Abingdon, and would normally have to pay for extra places to be created at Marcham Primary School.
THE Witney-born designer behind the London 2012 Olympic Torch said getting an OBE was a "defining moment" in his career.
Thousands of supporters of all ages filled the training ground in Roman Way, off Horspath Road, Oxford, and enjoyed a range of attractions including bouncy castles, laser tag, face painting, a test-your-speed penalty shoot-out, crazy golf and go-karts.
HOMELESSNESS is rising in Oxfordshire and experts are warning of an impending "catastrophe" as budgets to deal with it are slashed.
THE sound of revving engines and beeping horns tore through the county yesterday as more than 2,500 bikers honoured the Armed Forces.
A decision to grant permission for a new care home in Kidlington has prompted a vicar to question the democracy of local planning processes.
And that can certainly be said for the owner of Sandford Springs Golf Club Paul Gibbons, who enjoys a close working relationship with his 20-year-old son Peter.