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The news means commuters will have to take a bus down the A34 for around 18 months while a A 130m link between Oxford and London Marylebone is built.
Jim Mitchell, artistic director of the Not Just Betjeman literary festival, said: "The word 'centre' suggests somewhere people can congregate, and John Betjeman's name is universally known.
BASED international aid charity Oxfam has led the campaign which has seen A 5m donated for survivors of the devastating tropical storm.
Exeter College won permission from Oxford City Council 's west area planning committee despite pleas from residents to reject the controversial scheme.
The Stanton Harcourt Primary School pupil is celebrating beating 21 others to be crowned winner of the Llandow Kart Club Celtic Challenge in Wales on Sunday.
THREE thousand square foot centre will be built at a county science, technology and business campus, a Government minister has announced.
Left to right, Fiona Mantle, Vivien Haywood, Kathy Young, manager Village Centre, Pat Haywood, chair Parish Council, Alan Mawby, chair Village Centre, Elizabeth Schwarz VILLAGERS have raised A 8,000 to buy four life-saving defibrillators for residents to come to the aid of heart attack victims.
A YOUNG engineer and award-winning film-maker has been remembered as "full of life" after his death in an A40 crash.
A MOTHER whose partner was killed in a road accident has called for a change in law to help unmarried couples.
The 30-year-old lawyer was studying English in Oxford at the time when the two allegations were made on August 12 this year.
THE jury has retired in the trial of two brothers accused of accepting "suspicious" metal from undercover police officers posing as thieves.
Seven men, including five footballers, a business man and an ex player turned agent, have been arrested in relation to a recent spot fixing scandal which broke last week.
CAMPAIGNERS are handing in their petition of more than 2,000 signatures against the A 100m plans to redevelop West Way shopping centre tomorrow.
Buy this photo Trustees from the Bus Museum, from left, Chris Butterfield, Stephen Jolly and John Bayliss with the bus outside the BMW plant WHEN William Morris created Oxford's first bus service on December 5, 1913, he completely changed city life in one fell swoop, a trait that he was later to become renowned for.
A FAMILY are fuming after a sandwich cost them A 60 because they used a private car park to turn around in.
Plans to build 3,000 new homes near Lotmead farm, Covingham. Gary Sumner, Chair of Wanborough Parish Council, at the site The first steps for a scheme which will see 3,000 houses being built at Lotmead Farmstead have been put into motion.
This would go against a deal with Vale of White Horse District Council forbidding sale of food and drink there in order to "ensure the viability of Abingdon town centre", although the trading estate now features an outlet for food chain Subway.