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Oxford Tube to resume normal service early July

Oxford Tube to resume a full 7 day service from 6 July. Stagecoach, which manages the Oxford Tube, have announced plans to resume service for the Oxford Tube from early…

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Extinction Rebellion to lobby Oxford MP

Campaign group announces plan to deliver “letter of demand” to Anneliese Dodds (L- Oxford East) on Thursday. Extinction Rebellion (XR), the international movement which campaigns for radical action on climate…

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Dash cam footage sought for stabbing incident in Reading

Detectives from Counter Terrorism Policing South East (CTPSE) are appealing for witnesses of the stabbing incident in Reading to come forward. Saturday’s stabbing attack (20.06) in Forbury Gardens has been…

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John Radcliffe Hospital expands their Emergency Department

New facilities at the Emergency Department have now opened. From today, Monday 22 June 2020, visitors to the Emergency Department at the John Radcliffe Hospital will benefit from £13.8m worth…

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A £265,000 makeover for George Street

Work on George Street has been completed early. George Street has been resurfaced and also received improved drainage, repaired kerbstones and new road markings. If you head into town this…

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Windrush Day celebrations in Oxford

This Windrush Day (Monday 22 June), Oxford City Council are highlighting the contribution the Windrush generation have made to Oxford. As physical distancing rules remain in place, Oxford Council has…

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Funding of £218m to boost infrastructure in Didcot

Government funding to support the growing population of Didcot. Yesterday, 19 June, news that the £218m of funding to boost infrastructure in the Didcot Garden Town had finally been agreed…

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Over 30% of furloughed employees illegally asked to work

In a study conducted by an Abingdon based law firm, results show that just over a third of employers have been engaged in furlough fraud. Crossland Employment Solicitors commissioned a…

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Trade talks with Australia could deliver cheaper Tim Tams

Today marks the much anticipated opening of the UK-Australia free trade agreement talks. Boris Johnson took to Twitter to discuss some of the ‘perks’ he expects when trade talks with…

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COVID-19 shines a “cruel light” on inequalities

Public health chief calls for urgent action. Whilst statistics show Oxfordshire as one of the most affluent counties in the UK, it also includes ten of the most deprived wards…

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