FOOTBALL: Chinnor title hopes ended

CHINNOR’S slim hopes of retaining their Oxford Mail Girls League title were ended with a 3-2 home defeat to Moretonville in the Under 16/17 League.
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Oxford United owner plays down £1.1m deficit

IAN Lenagan says accounts which reveal Oxford United lost more than £1.1million were disappointing but not surprising.
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Alan Dee’s movie preview: Spidey swings back in hoping for webbed wonder

Kids off school? Check. Sun beginning to show itself a bit? Fingers crossed. Sounds about time for the first of the summer blockbusters...
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£59m road projects included in budget

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April 16, 2014

Oxfordshire County Council agreed yesterday to include £59m of transport improvements around the county in its capital programme.
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Car tyres slashed

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April 16, 2014

Car tyres have been punctured and let down in a spate of incidents in Charlbury.
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DJ ‘knew I was only 15 before sex encounter’

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April 16, 2014

A TEENAGE girl has told a jury the 40-year-old woman she allegedly had sex with knew she was just 15 before the encounter took place.
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Ride back on track

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April 16, 2014

An Oxford couple who had their bicycles stolen will set off today on a charity ride after buying new machines.
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FOOTBALL: Hero Herman doubles up as Northway lift cup

NORTHWAY Res overcame Division 2 rivals Woodstock Wanderers 3-0 to claim the Critchleys Upper Thames Valley League's Ridgeway Cup at Abingdon Town’s Culham Road, writes TIM SIRET.
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Policy is an affront to free democracy

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April 16, 2014

THE draft media policy proposed by Witney Town Council that would ban councillors from speaking out without written permission should concern everyone who values democracy.
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Weather Watch: Will this Easter bring eggtreme conditions to the Vale?

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April 16, 2014

With the upcoming Easter weekend, many of us will be planning outdoor activities, to which the weather could play an important role.
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Town councillors may face ‘outrageous’ gagging order

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April 16, 2014

councillors who were democractically elected in Witney could be banned from speaking to the press without getting written permission first under the town council’s new media policy.
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Consultants get another £150k from NHS group

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April 16, 2014

MANAGEMENT consultants will get an extra £150,000 from taxpayers after a contract was extended to help the NHS find savings.
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Jane Austen foundation to launch

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April 16, 2014

A foundation to champion literacy projects, created by a relative of Jane Austen, is launched.
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FOOTBALL: No justice as Oxford City fall to promotion-chasers

OXFORD City felt hard done by as they went down 2-1 to Altrincham at Marsh Lane last night.
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FOOTBALL: Evangelinos clinches it for Banbury

A SPLENDED 67th-minute goal from Nick Evangelinos earned Banbury all three Calor League Premier Division points with a 1-0 victory from their trip to Weymouth last night.
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Foodbank gets help to give families a happy Easter

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April 16, 2014

FAMILIES in Bicester facing tough financial times will get an Easter treat thanks to local firms.
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Welsh welcome new first aid match unit at Kassam

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April 16, 2014

ONE of the teams based at the Kassam Stadium has welcomed news that a new first aid unit will be based there on match days.
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Traders licking their lips over new restaurant

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April 16, 2014

TRADERS say a new 220-seat restaurant in Wantage Market Place would be a boost for town business.
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New lit sign to go up to stop wrong-way cyclists

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April 15, 2014

A PETITION calling on Oxfordshire County Council to improve signs to prevent cyclists travelling the wrong way down a street has been handed in.
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Playgrounds now back in action after flooding

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April 15, 2014

A COMPLAINT has been lodged with Oxford City Council after it took almost three months to clean two playgrounds after flooding.
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VIDEO: Call for protection for house buyers

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April 15, 2014

A woman from Oxford is calling on the government to change the law to protect house buyers.
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