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More cuts feared for mobile library service
Don't be last to know! Get the latest local news, straight to your inbox. Sign up. BOOKWORMS across the county have raised concerns after council bosses revealed plans to cut �84,000 from Oxfordshire's mobile library service.
Office site earmarked for student homes
Pullens Lane resident Graham Upton, of the Headington Hill residents' associations umbrella group which is fighting more student development in Pullens Lane, said: “I would not think turning Harcourt House into student housing would be a problem ...
Queen's birthday Honours list in full
Deputy Chair, British Retail Consortium and Executive director, Corporate and Legal Affairs, Tesco plc. ... Senior Civil Servant, permanent secretary for Tax Group (Central Policy), London, HM Revenue and Customs. ... Creative director, Mulberry. For ...
Residents cry foul at EF plan
The Headington Hill Umbrella Group, formed by local residents' associations, commissioned a report from property consultants Kemp and Kemp that it is submitting to Oxford City Council.
Robot racers get to test their metal
Pictured back are Nicole Corfield and Jack Gough, both aged 13, and front from left, Ryan Webb, Jack Massey, Robert Brown, technology teacher Alistair Surrall and Dr Stephen Cameron, tutorial Fellow at Keble College, with Kondo.
Mini was designed 'in a Rolf Harris manner'
Now, thanks to a group of enthusiasts at the Mini Forum, the name is prominently displayed in memory of Sir Alec who also created the iconic Morris Minor more than a decade before the Mini was launched in 1959.
Man in dock accused of seizing ex-nun
Don't be last to know! Get the latest local news straight to your inbox. Sign up. ARMED police swooped on a man suspected of imprisoning a former nun and breaking her nose.
Traders criticise council over St Clement's development plans
Don't be last to know! Get the latest local news straight to your inbox. Sign up. TRADERS have reacted angrily to the news that Oxford City Council refused to carry out an economic impact assessment on plans to build on part of St Clement's car park.
More boom than bust for the corset industry
The Remploy Healthcare Group took over the company in the early 1990s. Mrs Sangster said: “I'm not surprised corsets are popular again.
GOL VERDICT: The holiday romance that ended in murder
Don't be last to know! Get the latest local news, straight to your inbox. Sign up. THE holiday romance that ended in murder began with a sun-soaked trip to Turkey in 2007 that didn't hint of the horror that was to come.