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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.
7 hrs ago | Salisbury Journal
Former shadow police minister David Ruffley was given a caution for common assault following an incident between him and his ex-partner A Tory MP who has apologised after receiving a police caution for a domestic assault has "lost the confidence" of his constituency, a religious leader has warned.
Oxfordshire County Council is looking at lines for Godstow Road after concerns from Oxford Bus Company about its City6 service.
A POLICE officer who admitted having sex while on duty has been found not guilty of misconduct in a public office.
Buy this photo Business Mum of the Year nominee Penny Gilbert, of Didcot, with daughters, Vesper, two, left, and Lilia, six IT'S often said that mums rule the world, but it's harder than it looks to run a business and cope with kids.
The man, who is believed to be in his 70s, was pulled from the sea - to the south of Claremont Pier - by RNLI beach lifeguards.
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.
The purpose of the event at Greenbank Station, in Blackburn, on Wednesday from noon to 8pm is to educate people about the recent changes in dog legislation and to provide help and advice to dog owners who have questions or concerns about the breed of their dog.
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Bookings to Greece and Turkey have also been going well, while for those travelling further afield Dubai, Mexico and Florida are among the most popular destinations.
A full inquest into the death of Peaches Geldof, who was found slumped dead on a bed at home after taking heroin, will take place today.
Kester David whose badly burnt body was found, behind a Travis Perkins building in Bloomfield Lane, Palmers Green in 2010.
Research suggests homes across Britain typically added A 90 to their value every day during the first half of 2014 Homes across Britain typically added A 90 to their value every day during the first half of 2014 as the housing market gathered momentum, according to a property website.
The Paddington Trail is to launch in October and eventually the statues will be auctioned to raise money for charities including the NSPCC.
Shrivenham Parish councillor Sarah Day pictured at a sign warning drivers about the closure of the A420 between Swindon and Oxford for seven weeks starting tomorrow COMMUTERS are bracing themselves for almost two months of road chaos when a section of the A420 is closed from tomorrow.
The NHS trust in charge of Watford General has signed a A 25.5 million contract to update its IT systems.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 09:50 am
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