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SCALES OF JUSTICE: Latest results from Oxford's courts

OXFORD MAGISTRATES'

ANTHONY PETER MARTIN, 40, of no fixed abode, admitted breaching a criminal behaviour order by being drunk and wilfully obstructing traffic and laying down on a road in Wallingford on March 16. He was fined £100 and must pay a victim surcharge of £32.

today 07:35
Oxford United ready for play-off second leg with Portsmouth

KARL Robinson backed his Oxford United players to create their own intensity with a place at Wembley on the line tonight.

A 1-1 draw at Fratton Park on Friday left the Sky Bet League One semi-final against Portsmouth in the balance.

Now everything rests on the second leg

today 06:59
Oxford United ready for play-off second leg with Portsmouth
KARL Robinson backed his Oxford United players to create their own intensity with a place at Wembley on the line tonight.
today 05:59
Oxford United ready for play-off second leg with Portsmouth

KARL Robinson backed his Oxford United players to create their own intensity with a place at Wembley on the line tonight.

A 1-1 draw at Fratton Park on Friday left the Sky Bet League One semi-final against Portsmouth in the balance.

Now everything rests on the second leg

today 05:59
SCALES OF JUSTICE: Latest results from Oxford's courts

OXFORD MAGISTRATES'

ANTHONY PETER MARTIN, 40, of no fixed abode, admitted breaching a criminal behaviour order by being drunk and wilfully obstructing traffic and laying down on a road in Wallingford on March 16. He was fined £100 and must pay a victim surcharge of £32.

today 04:56
Wantage railway station will not reopen in Beeching reversal

A DISUSED train station in Oxfordshire 'did not make the cut' in a £500 million Government scheme to start re-connecting smaller towns and cities.

The long-running saga of the Wantage Road railway station, which closed in 1964 during the Beeching cuts, has seen residents,

today 04:53
SCALES OF JUSTICE: Latest results from Oxford's courts

OXFORD MAGISTRATES'

ANTHONY PETER MARTIN, 40, of no fixed abode, admitted breaching a criminal behaviour order by being drunk and wilfully obstructing traffic and laying down on a road in Wallingford on March 16. He was fined £100 and must pay a victim surcharge of £32.

today 04:26
Three hour queues for a haircut as barbers reopen

The queues to get a haircut were longer than the queues for a pint on Saturday, as hairdressers opened for the first time since March.

Customers looking to get their hair back in shape waited for as long as three hours outside their favourite barbers.

Many female

yesterday 16:53
Work at Seacourt Park and Ride continues

WORKMEN have resumed digging up areas around the edges of Seacourt Park and Ride as plans to expand it continue.

The controversial £5.2m park and ride extension has faced several delays over the last six months.

In January and February, winter storms left the ground

yesterday 15:50
Oxford church holds first service after lockdown

AN OXFORD church has held its first proper service since lockdown began.

Greyfriars Church on Iffley Road held its first public service yesterday when mass was celebrated at 6.30pm by Brother Charles Serignat.

The church - proper name St Edmund and St Frideswide - reopened

yesterday 12:41
Oxford church holds first service after lockdown

AN OXFORD church has held its first proper service since lockdown began.

Greyfriars Church on Iffley Road held its first public service yesterday when mass was celebrated at 6.30pm by Brother Charles Serignat.

The church - proper name St Edmund and St Frideswide - reopened

yesterday 12:41
'Make our estates great again': work to refurbish council flats begins

‘IT’s time to make Oxford’s estates great again’ according to the city council.

Oxford City Council will start work on four projects making improvements to council estates as part of its Great Estates programme in coming weeks.

Great Estates sees

yesterday 11:38
'Make our estates great again': work to refurbish council flats begins

‘IT’s time to make Oxford’s estates great again’ according to the city council.

Oxford City Council will start work on four projects making improvements to council estates as part of its Great Estates programme in coming weeks.

Great Estates sees

yesterday 11:38
Looking at Oxford United's chances of play-off progression
OXFORD United's season is on the line tomorrow when they host Portsmouth in the Sky Bet League One semi-final second leg.
yesterday 11:05
Looking at Oxford United's chances of play-off progression

OXFORD United's season is on the line tomorrow when they host Portsmouth in the Sky Bet League One semi-final second leg.

The tie is evenly poised after the sides drew 1-1 at Fratton Park on Friday night.

It saw United (15-8) leapfrog Pompey (2-1) in the betting for

yesterday 11:05
Daily News
St Giles Fair unlikely to go ahead if current Covid rules stay in place

A NEWLY appointed organiser of Oxford’s historic St Giles Fair has warned it may not stage an event this year at all because of Covid-19 restrictions.

The Showmen’s Guild of Great Britain is due to take over as the main organiser of the ancient fair, as Oxford City

today 07:35
Anger as social distancing keeps Grenfell victims from attending inquiry
Victims of the Grenfell Tower fire have expressed anger at not being able to attend the inquiry into the disaster due to social-distancing measures.
today 07:02
Arts industry reacts to £1.57bn lifeline from Government
The Government’s £1.57 billion support package for the arts industry has been mostly well-received by those within the pandemic-ravaged sector.
today 07:02
Lewis Hamilton says taking knee ‘an important moment’ in fight for equality
Lewis Hamilton described “taking a knee” before Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix as an emotional and poignant chapter in his battle to make Formula One a more inclusive sport.
today 07:02
Elliott Moore upbeat Oxford United can finish play-off job at home
ELLIOTT Moore is expecting a different type of game when Oxford United and Portsmouth clash again this afternoon.
today 07:02
Substitutes could be key in play-off, says Pompey midfielder
SQUAD depth could be the decisive factor when Oxford United and Portsmouth meet for the second time in four days.
today 07:02
Could paying 10 percent more council tax fix Oxford's potholes?
A FIFTH of people in Oxford say they would pledge an extra 10 per cent council tax to fix the nation's roads.
today 07:02
St Giles Fair unlikely to go ahead if current Covid rules stay in place
A NEWLY appointed organiser of Oxford’s historic St Giles Fair has warned it may not stage an event this year at all because of Covid-19 restrictions.
today 07:02
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today 07:35 St Giles Fair unlikely to go ahead if current Covid rules stay in place
today 07:35 SCALES OF JUSTICE: Latest results from Oxford's courts
today 07:02 Anger as social distancing keeps Grenfell victims from attending inquiry
today 07:02 Arts industry reacts to £1.57bn lifeline from Government
today 07:02 Lewis Hamilton says taking knee ‘an important moment’ in fight for equality
today 07:02 Elliott Moore upbeat Oxford United can finish play-off job at home
today 07:02 Substitutes could be key in play-off, says Pompey midfielder
today 07:02 Could paying 10 percent more council tax fix Oxford's potholes?
today 07:02 St Giles Fair unlikely to go ahead if current Covid rules stay in place
today 07:02 Wantage railway station will not reopen in Beeching reversal
today 07:02 Anger as social distancing keeps Grenfell victims from attending inquiry
today 07:02 Arts industry reacts to £1.57bn lifeline from Government
today 07:02 Lewis Hamilton says taking knee ‘an important moment’ in fight for equality
today 07:02 Elliott Moore upbeat Oxford United can finish play-off job at home
today 07:02 Substitutes could be key in play-off, says Pompey midfielder
today 07:02 Could paying 10 percent more council tax fix Oxford's potholes?
today 07:02 St Giles Fair unlikely to go ahead if current Covid rules stay in place
today 07:02 Wantage railway station will not reopen in Beeching reversal
today 06:59 Anger as social distancing keeps Grenfell victims from attending inquiry
today 06:59 Arts industry reacts to £1.57bn lifeline from Government
today 06:59 Lewis Hamilton says taking knee ‘an important moment’ in fight for equality
today 06:59 Picture of the day – July 6
today 06:59 On This Day in 2006: England captain Michael Vaughan ruled out of Ashes tour
today 06:59 Elliott Moore upbeat Oxford United can finish play-off job at home
today 06:59 Substitutes could be key in play-off, says Pompey midfielder
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today 06:59 Driving lessons and tests return: What you can and can't do
today 06:59 Didcot Railway Centre could win an award
today 06:59 Wantage railway station will not reopen in Beeching reversal
today 06:59 Oxford United ready for play-off second leg with Portsmouth
today 06:32 Could paying 10 percent more council tax fix Oxford's potholes?
today 06:32 Could paying 10 percent more council tax fix Oxford's potholes?
today 05:59 On This Day in 2006: England captain Michael Vaughan ruled out of Ashes tour
today 05:59 Picture of the day – July 6
today 05:59 Three reasons why you should own a weighted blanket
today 05:59 Deliveroo riders to be trained to spot signs of child abuse
today 05:59 Spotify unveils new subscription plan for couples
today 05:59 Nando's reveal when their UK restaurants will reopen
today 05:59 McDonald's: The 15 most valuable toys you may have at home
today 05:59 Driving lessons and tests return: What you can and can't do
today 05:59 Didcot Railway Centre could win an award
today 05:59 Could paying 10 percent more council tax fix Oxford's potholes?
today 05:59 Cycle delivery firm Pedal & Post parks taxi idea to focus on fighting Covid-19
today 05:59 Oxford United ready for play-off second leg with Portsmouth
today 05:59 On This Day in 2006: England captain Michael Vaughan ruled out of Ashes tour
today 05:59 Picture of the day – July 6
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