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  1. HOCKEY: Hawks and Banbury land titles in contrasting stylesRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Bicester Advertiser

    OXFORD Hawks and Banbury won the respective men's and ladies' titles in the Oxfordshire Tournament held at Banbury Road North on Saturday. Four clubs contested the men's event, with Hawks and Banbury drawing 1-1 in the battle of the two unbeaten teams.

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  2. Rugby Union: Henley resist Chinnor to claim derby spoilsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Bicester Advertiser

    Hawks led 16-0 after dominating a first half in which Chinnor No 8 Alfie To'oala was sent off following an altercation at a ruck. The hosts were still 28-10 ahead with ten minutes to go before a strong finish earned Chinnor a losing bonus point.

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  3. Rugby Union: Schwarz stars as All Blacks get off to a flierRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    GOSFORD All Blacks opened up with a 61-5 victory at Phoenix, but lost star player Harry Sutton to a leg injury. Ben Bodinham and Oliver Highton each bagged braces, with Conor Hatton, Chris Bennett, Luke Newton and Marc Grant also notching.

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  4. Scottish mistrust of Conservatives key in campaignRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | WALB-TV Albany

    With Thursday's referendum looming, proponents of Scottish independence are using one of the main weapons in their armory - Scotland's widespread mistrust of the Conservative Party. The Conservatives, also known as Tories, have been in power in the United Kingdom more often than not since the end of World War I. For a while, Scotland was even a bedrock of support - in the 1955 general election the Conservatives won half the vote and seats in Scotland.

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  5. CRICKET: Foster shines in Horspath's cup final rompRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Oxford Times

    HORSPATH capped a triumphant season by storming to an eight-wicket vwin over Shipton-under-Wychwood in the Bernard Tollett Oxfordshire Cup final at Witney Mills. Skipper Will Eason's side, who had already gained promotion to Home Counties Premier League Division 1, steamrollered Shipton in double quick time.

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  6. Sylvia helps dementia sufferers stay in touchRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Banbury Guardian

    Carer Sylvia Evans is helping families communicate with loved ones with dementia after completing an NVQ in dementia care at the age of 61. Difficulties in communicating can be one of the most harrowing symptoms of dementia leading to frustration and anguish for those affected and their relatives. Mrs Evans is activities co-ordinator at Henry Cornish Care Centre in Chipping Norton where she is helping sufferers living reconnect with their families.

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  7. Teddy takes to the skies for round-the-world charity tripRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    Pilot Officer Ted Little, immaculately dressed in standard uniform, has flown 70,000 miles across the world, spanning four continents and 12 military bases. The teddy bear - launched on his global adventures after Carterton mayor Lynn Little came up with the concept - has visited British servicemen and servicewomen stationed abroad to raise money and awareness of miltary charity SSAFA .

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  8. Volunteers will run half of county's libraries by 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    Oxfordshire County Council is now rolling out plans to save costs by having 21 of the county's libraries run with the help of volunteers. County councillor Lorraine Lindsay-Gale, the cabinet member for cultural and community services, said the volunteering model would be introduced in all the libraries by January.

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  9. Coroner outlines mower tragedyRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    AN 81-year-old Parkinson's sufferer died after a lawn mower ridden by his brother-in-law apparently pinned him to a wall and broke his back. George Hobbs, of East St in Fritwell, near Bicester, was watching his brother-in-law drive a new ride-on lawn mower around a field on August 27, 2014, said Oxfordshire Coroner Darren Salter at the opening of an inquest into Mr Hobbs' death.

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  10. Police fire Taser at man to end rail station stand-offRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    POLICE fired a Taser at a knife-wielding man who closed Banbury Station when he climbed on to a signal gantry, it emerged last night. The near five-hour stand-off with officers was ended yesterday when the man - who police said was harming himself with a knife - fell from the gantry.

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  11. Remanded in custody on assault chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    Atique Akhtar, 20, and Umar Bashir, 21, were arrested after the victim was stabbed in the stomach in Moorfield Park close to noon on Thursday. Akhtar, of Fergusson Road, and Bashir, of Woodfield, appeared at Banbury Magistrates' Court on Friday charged with grievous bodily harm with intent.

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  12. Residents invited to celebrate their districtRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    A CELEBRATION of West Oxfordshire is being staged this week, with free guided walks, bike rides and horse rides available to residents, as well as discounted entry into attractions. Participating venues include Blenheim Palace, in Woodstock, Cogges Manor Farm Museum, in Witney, and the Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens, near Burford.

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  13. Case to be delayedRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Oxford Times

    Philip Pickett, a wind instrument specialist, was due to appear at the Old Bailey yesterday charged with crimes including three rapes and eight indecent assaults. But the 63-year-old, who lives in Lyneham near Chipping Norton, is to face trial in January after his barrister asked to delay the case.

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  14. Ladies Football: Under 16s show Worthy spirit in defeat to DidcotRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser

    In the Oxford Mail league Highworth Town Juniors U16 team went down after a spirited show away to Didcot Casuals. Starting with eight players Highworth went ahead through a well taken goal by Amelia Glover.

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  15. North Berks League: Honours even for FaringdonRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser

    AN Ashley Searle double for Wallingford Town secured a 2-2 home draw against Faringdon Town for whom Jamie Hopgood and Mike van der Mortel scored in Division One. Last season's top two met and it took a last-gasp strike from Charlie Allsop to separate Kintbury Rangers from Ardington & Lockinge to make it three wins out of three without conceding for champions Rangers.

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  16. North Wilts Youth League: Crook bags four but can't steal Rangers the victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser

    Swindon Supermarine J suffered defeat on their debut in division one against Forest Green Rovers. Forest Green started more brightly and took the lead though an unfortunate own goal after a Ben Dixon back pass slipped under the feet of Marine Keeper Josh Pickett.

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  17. Drug dealer's sock contained heroin and crack cocaineRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    A DRUG dealer arrested after a police raid on the recently closed Nelson pub has been jailed for three-and-a-half years. Kenston McIntosh, of Freelands Road, Oxford, admitted three counts of possessing Class A drugs with intent to supply on May 9. The 55-year-old was seen on CCTV throwing away a sock when police officers arrived to raid the Between Towns Road pub at about 11pm.

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  18. LUFC Former Premier League Ref In ChargeRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Vital Football

    Andy D`Urso will be the man in charge when Leeds United make the long trip to Bournemouth on Tuesday night. The Essex official has taken charge of 6 games so far this season showing 17 yellow cards and 1 red.

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  19. LUFC Bournemouth v Leeds United - HistoryRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Vital Football

    Vital Leeds looks at the brief history of games between Bournemouth and Leeds United over the years. The two clubs have met on just eleven previous occasions with Leeds winning eight, two have been drawn and Bournemouth have won one.

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  20. Not in my backyard! Majority want more of the UK to be built on -...Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Half of the population would oppose a major house building development if it was in their immediate area, according to a survey by Building Society Association. It found 49 per cent of Britons would be opposed to building more than 300 properties in their neighbourhood while 53 per cent would not want to see even smaller scale developments of between 100 and 299 homes.

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