ONE of the best turn-outs we have ever had – that was the verdict of Royal British Legion veterans who lined an Oxford road to pay tribute to bomb disposal expert Olaf Schmid.
More uncertainty surrounds the future of more than 500 workers at the Enstone base of the Renault F1 team.
IT was finally a fitting way to mark Woolworths’ 100th birthday today.
A peeping tom who secretly filmed women and schoolgirls undressing at a remote rural holiday cottage was jailed for two-and-a-half years today.
THE family of a soldier found dead at his army barracks months before he was set to serve in Iraq said they might never know why he died.
THOUSANDS of motorists would face delays under plans to reduce a dualled stretch of the A420 to single lane to allow a sand extraction operation.
Hundreds of people lined the streets of Oxford this afternoon to pay tribute bomb-disposal expert Olaf Schmid.
HELP is at hand for people who want to get on the property ladder but cannot afford to buy a home on the open market.
The circumstances surrounding the death of an Oxfordshire soldier found dead at his army barracks remain a mystery, an inquest was told today.
ONE of the nation’s favourite shops was reborn today in Didcot a the opening of the first Alworths.
Ferrari has launched an attack on motor sport's governing body, the FIA, as French manufacturer Renault discusses its future in Formula One.
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has suggested he will remove the British Grand Prix from next season's calendar if Silverstone does not agree to a deal in the next two days.
The body of Didcot-based Staff Sgt Olaf Schmid has been repatriated to RAF Lyneham in Wiltshire.
LONG-SERVING Didcot scout leader Marion Fountain has taken the Wolf Cub’s motto ‘Do your best’ to the extreme.
AN Abingdon couple have celebrated 25 years of acting as foster parents to dozens of young people.
AFTER ten years of city life Rowley Pusey knew he just had to get out.
Renault have held an emergency board meeting in Paris to discuss pulling out of Formula 1 with immediate effect.
The finishing touches are being applied to Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum, which reopens its doors on Saturday after a £61m redevelopment.
A three-car crash today blocked the A34 in south Oxfordshire.
Trading standards officers said they were appalled after 50 per cent of stores sold cigarettes to a 15-year-old schoolgirl.