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A HOSPITAL radio station in Oxford is fighting to raise the A 75,000 it needs to stay on air after being asked to move to a new base.
THE fire service has issued a warning to the public to take extra care in the hot weather after a spate of blazes in the countryside.
WHILE his friends have spent the past few years partying and running up debt at university, 22-year-old Dominic Callaghan has been carving out a career in engineering.
STAFF at a Witney dental practice thought they had got away without being flooded during wet weather earlier this year.
Andrew Smith , 36, of no fixed address, admitted criminal damage of a car wing mirror at Banbury Railway Station on July 16. Ordered to pay A 200 compensation and A 85 costs.
Helen Jones drowned in a Cotswold river after a tiff with her lover over whether their hotel bedroom window should be open or shut, an inquest heard today.
CAMPAIGNERS will have to wait to outline their concerns about traffiafter planning officers decided at the last minute to delay discussing plans for 166 new homes near Wallingford.
LOCAL charity Empower will be expanding its fundraising onto a whole new level when it opens its pop-up shop next month.
A COLLEGE has been handed a A 4m boost to build a new centre to train youngsters in core engineering skills.
And one of the key players has been film producer Damian Jones, who is from the West Oxfordshire village of Church Hanborough.
Buy this photo Abingdon Lawn Tennis Club Secretary Alex Wingent is looking forward to the expansion of the club.
Oxford Energy Academy spent a year planning its new A 50,000 apprentice complex at its premises in Swain Court, Witney.
OUR FUTURE king celebrated his first birthday yesterday, but it wasn't just Prince George who blew out a candle.
Oxfordshire County Council is looking at lines for Godstow Road after concerns from Oxford Bus Company about its City6 service.
Buy this photo Stuart Harrison, chairman of the North Witney Action Group, left, with Graham Knaggs, chairman of Hailey Parish Council, in a field off Eastfield Road, Witney THE face of Witney could "fundamentally change" if another 3,500 homes are built in the town, according to a resident.
SAFETY concerns were raised two weeks ago with the owner of Averies Recycling, the waste plant near Greenbridge, which went up in smoke on Monday evening.
No charges were formally put to the pair when they appeared at Swindon Crown Court and they did not enter any pleas.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 12:11 am
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