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Fears for the green belt as homes quota tops 100,000
ONE hundred thousand more homes need to be built in Oxfordshire by 2031, according to a major new report that will shape planning policy.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
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Hundreds get set for delayed Oxford 10k run
The run, originally set for January 26, was delayed after Cutteslowe Park, North Oxford, flooded and it will now take place on Sunday at Tilsley Park in Dunmore Road, Abingdon, at 10.30am.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Live Design Online
SSL Live Console on the Road with Peter Gabriel's Back to Front Tour
OXFORD, ENGLAND When the company's owner mandates the use of its latest technology for its first major tour, you can be sure everyone involved, knowing his perfectionist approach, gives it their full attention and then some.
Disgruntled villagers have been won over at a renamed local where the food is sublime
Framed on the noticeboard by the front door is the Oxford Mail's article about The Black Sheep's controversial decision to change its name from The Ben Jonson.
The Oxford Times: An artist's impression of the planned Barton West development
TENANTS from Barton, Headington, Northway and Marston could be given priority to move into social housing on the new Barton Park estate, it has emerged.
Headington man tells of shock at rape allegations
A MAN accused of raping a woman in an Oxford alleyway told a jury he was shocked when he heard the allegations against him.
Activists ask for crossings to keep Oxford school pupils safe
Parents in Oxford want new crossings to be installed in three locations to improve the safety of youngsters walking to three schools.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Hannah Rickards' work goes on display in Oxford
ART lovers can catch a glimpse of a new display at Modern Art Oxford that brings together an exhibition of works by British artist Hannah Rickards for the first time.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
a Woman has told a jury she was raped in an Oxford alleyway during a night out.
Jordan Gibbs, of Saxon Way, Headington, denies committing two counts of rape and one count of sexual assault on September 30, 2012.
The Oxford Times: Sue Price and James Lees try out the kitchen
The kitchen at the after-school club on the corner of Blackbird Leys Road and Cuddesdon Way was outdated and unsafe, said BLAP's secretary Sue Price.
Vale rejects call to boost leisure facilities in area
Vale of White Horse district councillor for Cumnor Judy Roberts asked council leader Matthew Barber for A 15,000 to look into providing new facilities in what she called a deprived area.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Star Online
Acts of Union and Disunion
A look at the country that colonised much of this part of the world, and how it is faring in the troubled 21st century.
People convicted of offences at magistrates' courts in Oxfordshire recently:
Jessica Tustain , 21, of Howard Road, Banbury admitted shoplifting cosmetics worth A 33.38 from Boots Chemist in Castle Quay, Banbury on January 13. Community order made with drug rehabilitation and supervision requirements.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Myelin basic protein-diverse conformational states of an...
Myelin basic protein-diverse conformational states of an intrinsically unstructured protein and its roles in myelin assembly and multiple sclerosis.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Now you see it, now you don't as floods finally start to recede
THESE photos taken from the air show how the flood waters have drained away from Oxford's flood plain during the past two weeks.
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RESIDENTS in Headington have welcomed news of a Town Green public inquiry which could pose a threat to the new Barton Park housing estate.