The gruelling 3,000-mile challenge started in December last year and finished in late January in aid of the Row2Recovery charity, which fundraises for wounded troops and their families.
Prince Harry meets Atlantic rowers
Prince Harry is due to meet a crew of wounded ex-servicemen who successfully rowed across the Atlantic, during a visit to Oxfordshire.
The Oxford Times: Scales of Justice: Recent convictions at Oxfordshire's magistrates' courts
Gervais Bell, 26, of Nuffield Close, Didcot, admitted failing to stop a mechanically controlled vehicle when required by a police constable or traffic warden in Abingdon Road, Didcot, on February 7. Also admitted driving without insurance and driving without a valid test certificate in Abingdon Road, Didcot, on February 7. Fined A 110 and told to ... (more)
Councillor expresses regret in 'women and gays' row
A local councillor sparked a furious row this week when she claimed businesses should be allowed to turn away women and gay people.
Change in the weather
David Silvester got himself sacked on Jan. 19. One commenter on MailOnline.com weighed in: "I think this bloke needs to repent.
Greenfield, Christmas Common
The Well House is a charming Edwardian family house with painted brick elevations under a slate roof.
Lewes UKIP councillor says businesses should have power to turn away women and gay people
Donna Edmunds, a Lewes district councillor and MEP candidate for the South East, said business people should be allowed to refuse service to anyone they want for whatever reason they want.
Rock Hall Anniversary: Death of Dusty Springfield
Fifteen years ago on March 2, 1999, the music world lost one of its most acclaimed pop icons when Dusty Springfield succumbed to breast cancer, after battling the disease for five years.