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  1. Delays after overnight works run over on the A34Read the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | Bicester Advertiser

    A broken down works vehicle is causing congestion on the A34 northbound between Weston-On-The-Green and junction 9 of the M40 at Bicester. We want you to enjoy your visit to our website.

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  2. Millionaire's gift to Ashmolean is a fitting legacyRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | Oxford Mail

    Having enjoyed a successful career as a corporate barrister, the Oxford University graduate has the wealth to pursue his passion for art. But at 29, he is already fully focused on what will happen to the valuable works of art that he has amassed following his death.

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  3. 'Take your grand designs to the Med, Kev'Read the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | Oxford Mail

    HE MIGHT be famous for hosting Channel 4's Grand Designs, but Kevin McCloud's designs for six luxury homes in Oxford have been shrugged aside by a parish council. The plans, for land between 79 Cumnor Hill and 1 Delamare Way, were submitted to Vale of White Horse District Council.

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  4. Bad traffic delays across Oxfordshire this morningRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | Oxford Times

    Part of the problem has been caused by roadworks in Bicester which have led to traffic on the A34 queuing as far back as Abingdon. Traffic is currently heavily congested on the A34 from junction nine with the M40 near Bicester round the ring road and down to Abingdon.

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  5. ATHLETICS: Harcourt Hill chosen as hostRead the original story w/Photo

    52 min ago | Oxford Mail

    Runners like Abingdon's Chloe Ridewood, pictured competing in round one at Ascott, will tackle a new Harcourt Hill course in round two The league have yet to confirm the precise route at the venue, which is also home to the Harcourt Hill Parkrun. But it is unlikely to be as testing as the hilly Ascott-under-Wychwood course, which was used in round one.

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  6. ATHLETICS: Shield success caps super showing for Oxford CityRead the original story w/Photo

    53 min ago | Oxford Mail

    Oxford City's A team with the senior men's trophy. From left: Simon Fisher, Heath Bampton, Aaron Burgess, Les Newell, Darrell Bellinger.

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  7. RACING: Woods is thrilled by snappy CrocoRead the original story w/Photo

    53 min ago | Oxford Mail

    Chipping Norton-based jockey Kielan Woods was overjoyed after notching the biggest success of his career on runaway winner Croco Bay at Ascot. The 22-year-old's mount, trained by Ben Case at Edgcote, near Banbury, turned the Country Living Handicap Chase on Saturday into a procession to stroll home by 19 lengths and capture the first prize of A 43,330.

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  8. Pensioner killed in crash with Ford Focus on A4183 near AbingdonRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Oxford Mail

    The 81-year-old woman was killed after she was in a collision on the A4183 Oxford Road, at Lodge Hill, Abingdon. The crash, which also invovled a Ford Focus, happened at about 5pm and the road was closed until 8.30pm.

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  9. CPRE talk about countryside - risk'Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Oxford Mail

    THE Campaign to Protect Rural England Oxfordshire branch is organising a meeting in Abingdon next week entitled Save the Vale Green Belt . The group will lead a discussion about what Vale of White Horse District Council's Local Plan for development means to green fields in the area.

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  10. Schoolchildren rally to save Three Cooks from being evicted from Cintra Park Snack ShackRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Get Reading

    James Hughes, who served on three tours of Afghanistan, is believed to be in the city of Rojava, northern Syria, fighting alongside Kurdish fighters and several Brits against ISIS. "I have really enjoyed my time so far at London Irish and was stoked to extend that by a further two seasons," said Cowan You shall go to the ball.

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  11. Survey highlights gap between rich and poor across ReadingRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Get Reading

    Abbey ward has the highest number of homes with the greatest deprivation, with Whitley coming second. Mapledurham is the only ward where no homes are considered to suffer from the most extreme level of deprivation The gap between rich and poor in Reading is highlighted in a new survey on poverty.

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  12. Caversham couple jailed for child cruelty 'bordering on the sadistic'Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Michelle and Stephanie Hopkins of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor Michelle, 33, and Stephanie Hopkins, 32, of Nire Road, locked the children in a room for so long, one was forced to urinate on the floor. Miss Goddard said the child told the adult it had been threatened with being taken away to somewhere where "people would have sex" with the child.

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  13. Woman dies after being struck by carRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Newsday

    The woman was struck by a Ford Focus as she walked along the A4183 Oxford Road, Lodge Hill on Wednesday at about 17:00 GMT. The road was closed both ways for about three hours to allow investigations to take place.

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  14. ATHLETICS: McBain on songRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    ALCHESTER'S Jenny McBain was the first lady home in the latest round of the Poole Runners Winter 5K Series.

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  15. MPs in bid to stop A 2m waste site billRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire

    SWINDON politicians have vowed to work with the Environment Agency to ensure the council is not left to clean up the mess caused by Swindon Skips. It was revealed on Tuesday that the council could be left with a A 2m bill if the owner of the site fails to comply with an order by the Environment Agency.

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  16. Bar Billiards: Rampant Vikings hit top spotRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Bicester Advertiser

    WITH Johnsons Buildbase Oxford League Premier leaders Kennington Club dropping two points at home to Gladiators Club A, Vikings Club took full advantage to go top. Allan Lacey , Ian Moss , Bob Allsworth , Alan Oliver, who made 4,970 after losing a 5,000 break, and Pete Ewins had to work hard for their victory.

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  17. Move to put Mechanics Institute back to workRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser

    HOPES are growing that a solution to bring the Mechanics Institute back to life can be found in the coming months. The iconic town centre building has had a troubled history and has stood empty for many years, but plans are now under way to find a sustainable use for it.

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  18. Hostel of murdered Jayden to shutRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Newsday

    Jayden, 17, was staying at the Iffley Road hostel when she was murdered by Ben Blakeley in December last year. BCHA, the organisation that runs the hostel, said it had not put in a bid to carry on providing the service elsewhere, but would not give the reason behind its decision.

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  19. Cashless car parking to arrive in the Vale and South OxfordshireRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    MOTORISTS in South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse will be able to pay for parking using their phone in all district council car parks from Monday. The RingGo cashless payment system was trialled in two car parks in Abingdon and two in Wantage earlier this year and was deemed a success by council bosses.

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  20. Reading and the First World War: Lord Roberts mournedRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Get Reading

    There was also a civic memorial at St Laurence's Church for Lord Roberts who had lived at Ascot and made a number of public appearances in Reading. He strongly believed that boys should be introduced to the military while at school and wanted them to be members of the Cadet Corps and taught to shoot.

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