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  1. Winners: Blewbury Primary School pupils who took part in the tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Oxford Times

    The girls' football tournament was organised by year six pupils including Koreen's daughter Rosie, who captained the Harwell side. Teams from Blewbury Primary School, Stephen Freeman Community Primary School, South Moreton County Primary School and Hagbourne Primary School all turned out for the inaugural competition.

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  2. LUFC Leeds looking to build off the fieldRead the original story

    Yesterday | Vital Football

    Leeds United are looking to strengthen the clubs staff with ex-Liverpool secretary Stuart Hayton and Italian sporting director Francesco Marroccu being linked with a move to Elland Road. Owner Massimo Cellino is looking to rebuild the infrastructure around Elland Road having already brought in executive director Adam Pearson and a new first team coach in Uwe Rosler since his return to the club earlier this month.

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  3. Parking hike, road charge and pedestrian zone plan for cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Oxford Mail

    Room for manouvre: Wolvercote councillor Mike Gotch says the city council's transport plans are not radical enough and wants to stimulate debate by proposing plans such as the pedestrianisation of St Giles A DOUBLING of parking fees and the introduction of road charges should be considered to drive cars out of the city centre, it has been claimed. Councillor Mike Gotch, who is also deputy chairman of the west area planning committee, said he wanted to fire up the debate on how to radically reduce congestion.

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  4. Reading Bridge closure: work going well says councilRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Get Reading

    The first week of the two-week closure is now complete and there are high hopes that traffic delays experienced this week will be a little less severe next week as it is half-term. Anna Fowler, spokeswoman for Reading Borough Council, said: "Everything has been going to plan.

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  5. Near-miss for Bassett and Swindon quartetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Swindon Advertiser

    Wootton Bassett's Charlie Harding and Carol Pugh were part of the club quartet that lost in the Wiltshire women's fours semi-finals QUARTETS from Wootton Bassett and Swindon missed out on reaching the final in the Wiltshire Women's national fours championship last weekend at Bassett. The home rink of Carol Pugh, Charlotte Daniell, Lucy Smith & Charlie Godwin were beaten in a tight fours championship semi-final on the last end by Chippenham Town 21-19.

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  6. New career leads to proving metalRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | Bicester Advertiser

    Skilled: Kevin Bennett, who won the Young Leadworker of the Year award at the National Federation of Roofing Contractors Awards A FORMER roofer who left the trade after being injured has become one of the country's best young leadworkers. The 27-year-old said he still cannot believe he came so close to snatching the top prize after only working 18 months as a leadworker.

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  7. Council gets a new chairmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Bicester Advertiser

    Mrs Magee, who has been a Cherwell district councillor since 2011 and was mayor of Bicester in 2013, stood as the Conservative parliamentary candidate for Oxford East in the May 7 General Election, losing to Labour's Andrew Smith . A meeting of the full district council agreed on Tuesday that Mrs Magee would take over the role from former chairman Alastair Milne Home.

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  8. Poker player hoping for winning Vegas handRead the original story

    Yesterday | Henley Standard

    A PUB poker player from Henley is off to the brights lights of Las Vegas to compete in a tournament with thousands of pounds in prize money. Brant Harrison, 62, will swap the bar of the Saracens Head pub in Greys Road for the American entertainment capital when he and 99 other British qualifiers are flown out on Wednesday.

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  9. Lifesaving defibrillators put in Swindon parksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Swindon Advertiser

    Dr William McCrea, consultant cardiologist at GWH, Swindon Mayor Teresa Page and Richard Goddard, president of Thamesdown Rotary, with the new defibrillator at Coate Water Country Park. Picture: STUART HARRISON The two defibrillators are part of a project called Save a Life Volunteering in an Emergency with the abbreviation of Salve being Latin for good health.

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  10. Figures show drop in school truancyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Swindon Advertiser

    TOUGH new measures to cut down on truancy numbers in Swindon schools are proving effective with the latest data showing fewer pupils were absent during the past year. The latest data from the Office of National Statistics showed in the academic year 2013-2014, only 4.2 per cent of sessions were missed by pupils, compared to 4.5 per cent in England during the same period.

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  11. Plenty of quality in this year's award finalistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Bicester Advertiser

    OXFORDSHIRE Business Awards chairman Paul Lowe has applauded the quality of finalists in the 2015 competition ahead of a sold-out gala dinner next month. Mr Lowe said the award sponsors "had a good meeting and healthy debate about the category finalists" on May 6. He added: "The general feedback was that the quality of the entrants was good.

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  12. Recap: M4 closure and breaking news for Reading and Berkshire for Friday 22 MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Get Reading

    Welcome, this is the getreading breaking news service. We'll be bringing you the latest news, traffic and travel updates, sport and much more from Reading, Wokingham, Bracknell and beyond.

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  13. Oodles of noodles for a super-fresh start in SwindonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | This is Wiltshire

    MARION SAUVEBOIS meets a chef and entrepreneur. After opening two takeaways in Swindon and a failed restaurant in Bristol, he is now hoping for success with his latest venture "I FAILED miserably.

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  14. Pride of Reading Awards: Park runner who puts community through their pacesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Get Reading

    A Reading runner who pulls on her trainers every Saturday morning to organise a free 5k run open to the whole community is pacing her way towards a Pride of Reading Award . Teresa Caswell, 41, from Haddon Drive in Woodley , is event director for the Reading parkru n, held every Saturday at Thames Valley Park, from 9am.

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  15. Foodbank looks to run meals on wheelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Heraldseries.co.uk

    THE organisers of a foodbank and community cafe are hoping to take it out on the roads of West Oxfordshire in a bid to get to people in need. Jo Cypher, 41, who runs the West Oxfordshire foodbank, which is based at Cottsway Housing Association headquarters in Witney, is looking for funds and support.

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  16. Flytippers left council to foot a A 250 clean-up billRead the original story

    Friday | Banbury Guardian

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Flytippers who dumped a chest of drawers and a stool on a grass verge on the main road to Overthorpe have cost Cherwell District Council 250 in clean-up costs.

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  17. Cabbages & Kings: Heavy showers meant I had an unusual diversionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Oxford Mail

    TUESDAY'S weather forecasters were right: sunshine, intermittent heavy showers and strong winds. All they missed was the short but sharp hailstorm around noon.

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  18. Live: M4 closure and breaking news for Reading and Berkshire for Friday 22 MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Get Reading

    Welcome, this is the getreading breaking news service. We'll be bringing you the latest news, traffic and travel updates, sport and much more from Reading, Wokingham, Bracknell and beyond.

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  19. Halcyon House in Australia selects Xn Hotel Systems for protel PMS and XnPOSRead the original story

    Friday | Bottom Line

    HFTP is the premier global professional association serving members in hospitality careers. Since 1952, HFTP's mission has been to provide members with superior networking opportunities, industry-leading events, comprehensive certification programs, unique educational opportunities, and other essential resources for professional growth.

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  20. Dustcart leads much-loved Ciro's final journeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Swindon Advertiser

    Funeral of Ciro Cinquegrani at Holy Rood Church. His hearse from Holy Rood to Kingsdown was led by dustcart.Pic - gvDate 22/5/15Pic By Dave Cox A DUSTCART leading a hearse slowed traffic towards Kingsdown Cemetery today as Ciro 'Cyril' Cinquegrani made the journey to his final resting place.

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