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New crop of farmers reaps the rewards
Damian Fantato, Council Reporter, also covering Oxford city centre. Call me on 01865 425429 / Tuesday 5 June 2012 / News. Share. 1 comment.
Help Sir Hugo make lots of charity cash
Knight Frank FULL TIME GARDEN/ESTATE WORKER South East England Salary not specified. RM Contractors Various Roles South East England Salary not specified.
Referral unit is praised for pupils' behaviour
A college that provides an education for children that other institutions will not take has been praised for behaviour standards.
'We answered a calling for a life in the Church'
THEY come from all walks of life but today they start a new calling in the Church. A former theatre and opera director, a husband and wife and a qualified cricket coach are among those who will be ordained as deacons at a special ceremony at Christ ...
GREYHOUND RACING: Great night despite low crowd
It was a great climax to Oxford's biggest night of the year, but a shame that so few punters witnessed Frank Taylor's You Mind Me land the spoils in the prestigious Ladbrokes Pall Mall final on Tuesday.
Seven admit role in brawl
A MAN was punched and kicked unconscious in a mass brawl in the centre of Abingdon, a court heard. Three car loads of men from Oxford, some armed with sticks, descended on the town after a report that a friend's girlfriend had been assaulted.
MP welcomes formal inquiry into grooming
HARROWING details of child exploitation were described to MPs at a House of Commons inquiry into grooming spearheaded by Oxford West and Abingdon MP Nicola Blackwood.
Digital blow to book donations for Oxfam
THE digital age is being blamed for a dramatic decline in the number of books being donated to Oxfam. Electronic book readers such as Kindles and websites that sell secondhand books like Amazon have led to a fall in the numbers being given, to the ...
An explosive night of historic significance
For the first time, Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture was performed in the UK as it was meant to be - with explosions from a cannon, the sound of cathedral bells and the full panoply of orchestra, military band and church organ.
'I only went shopping but broke both my legs'
Ben Wilkinson, Crime Reporter, also covering Barton and Wood Farm. Call me on (01865) 425427 / Tuesday 5 June 2012 / News. Share. Want more local stories like these, direct to your inbox?