People convicted of offences recently at magistrates courts in Oxfordshire:
Matthew Graham, 36, of Luther Street, Oxford admitted shoplifting meat worth A 19.92 from Sainsbury's in Westgate , Oxford on October 1. Fined A 50, a A 20 victims' surcharge and A 85 costs.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Police incident at Port Meadow in Oxford
Popular beauty spot Port Meadow in Oxford is currently closed off to the public as Thames Valley Police deal with an incident.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
President Mandela at Oxford Town Hall in 1997
Following the former South African president's death on Thursday, people from across the county paid their respects to the 95-year-old.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Family Links charity wins national recognition for its work
A CHARITY which helps parents learn the skills needed to bring up their children has won national praise for its work.
Work on railway over Christmas angers residents
THE QUIET of Christmas morning looks set to be broken for families in one part of Oxford this year - with Network Rail starting work on lifting and replacing tracks.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
How Oxford led the way to create Park and Rides
FORTY years on from its launch, Oxford's park-and-ride service is as popular as ever, continuing to cut congestion across the city.
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Foals Gallop Onstage in Ventura
GALLOPING FORWARD: Oxford's Foals journey stateside for a string of West Coast dates this week.
This is Oxfordshire
Susan Cox , 38, of Brasenose Driftway, Oxford, admitted shoplifting bedding worth A 8 from Asda Living at Templars Shopping Park, in Between Towns Road, Cowley, Oxford, on October 1. Fined A 65, a A 20 victims' surcharge, and A 85 costs.
a Car stereo was taken in Oxford by a thief who smashed a window to get inside.
In a separate incident, a thief broke into a car parked in East Oxford and stole a sat-nav system.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Scheme to fix estate's grass verges finished
Grids of concrete with grass to grow through have now been fitted to the verges in an attempt to stop damage to them caused by cars parked half on and half off the road.
ASPIRING designers at Cheney School have the chance to create a Roman mosaic for the school site.
The "Making Project" is the latest scheme organised by the Iris Project, which unveiled the East Oxford Community Classics Centre at the school last month.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
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Engineering student wins prestigious Marshall Scholarship
UB senior Phillip Tucciarone has won a prestigious Marshall Scholarship, which will allow him to study materials science in England.
This is Oxfordshire
Balancing the tensions between city navigators
Buy this photo Simon Hunt, left, is taking over from James Styring, right, as the chairman of Oxford cyclists' campaign group Cyclox NOW that James Styring has stepped down as chairman of Cyclox , he is able to look back and assess the past decade for cyclists in Oxford.
Pupils to make mosaics at new East Oxford Community Classics Centre
Dr Lorna Robinson, centre, from Isis Project with Katie McMullin, 14, David Gimson, Harris Grant-Forster, 14, and Roisin Broderick, 15 pictured in October at the launch of the new Classics learning centre The "Making Project" is the latest scheme organised by the Iris Project, which unveiled the East Oxford Community Classics Centre at the school ... (more)
Blanka Collis prepares to get navigating at a checkpoint
But a county club is hoping to dispel that stereotype with its first programme of activities in Oxford's parks.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
A not so silent evening with A Silent Film
Saturday night brought A Silent Film , the alternative band from Oxford, England, to Lynchburg's Academy of Fine Arts on the next to last date of their US tour.
Are cars the new tobacco?
Journal of public health , Vol. 33, No. 2. , pp. 160-169, doi:10.1093/pubmed/fdr032 Public health must continually respond to new threats reflecting wider societal changes.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
50 years after death, C.S. Lewis is as popular as ever
Even though it has been 50 years since his death, the faithful at Headington Parish Church in Oxford, England, are constantly reminded of the loyal, but rather quiet, parishioner who always occupied the same short pew hidden by a sanctuary pillar.
College's blueprint for offices worries residents
Ian Thompson, finance bursar of owners Wadham College, Oxford, said it did not have any plans yet for Aristotle House, at the junction of Hayfield Road and Aristotle Lane.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Scales of Justice: Oxford and Banbury Magistrates Court
Michael Travis , 31, of Pudsey Close, Abingdon, admitted using threatening, abusive, or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress in High Street, Abingdon, on October 20. Fined A 50, a A 20 victims' surcharge and A 85 costs.