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Didcot mayor, Des Healy speaks with (l-r) Dawn Belprez, Will Stammers, Bill Stammers (back to camera), Chris Price and Diane Chapman

Stroke club at pub gets seal of approval from town mayor

Mayor St John Dickson

Shopkeepers ‘terrorised’ by rising tide of teen thieves and thugs

John Speed at Rides on Air is looking forward to this year’s event

Thousands saddling up for return of cycling festival

Waterperry Gardens horticultural manager Robert Jacobs fears the annual snowdrop weekend may lack snowdrops, which have bloomed already

Waterperry Gardens' annual snowdrops weekend could be a wash out

Fuzzy rock & roll: The Long Insiders

The best 9 Oxford shows to help you get that weekend feeling...

Disused tunnel near Didcot will reopen following £1.4m investment says county council

Disused tunnel near Didcot will reopen following £1.4m investment says county council

Floating hot tub surrounded by floodwaters at the Maybush Pub, Newbridge..l-r: Al Bell, Simon White, Zoe Orbell and Sean McDermott relax surrounded by floods

Pub owner celebrates anniversary in style with floating hot tub

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British astronaut Tim Peake in the International Space Station

Spot the International Space Station streaking across the skies above Oxfordshire tonight

TRAFFIC: Delays expected on school run after broken down lorry partially blocks road

TRAFFIC: Delays expected on school run after broken down lorry partially blocks road

One of the rats now at the rescue centre - picture by Victoria Phan/Wood Green Animal Charity

Animal charity rescues 219 rats after Oxfordshire family becomes overwhelmed

Satan/Mephistopheles

Sculpture of Satan donated to Oxford museum by Lord Jeffrey Archer

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Among fire service staff taking part in the marathon are, from left, Gary Mattingley, John-Paul Williams and Mick Dunn

Team of firefighters to tackle cycle challenge for charity

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Marina Diamandis, better known as Marina and the Diamonds

Pop star Marina and the Diamonds "honoured" after being asked to give talk at Oxford Union

More than 100 junior doctors bearing placards and banners camped in Broad Street, Oxford, yesterday

Oxfordshire's junior doctors left distraught after Ministers impose new contract on them

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Oxford United players with Luke Biggs on a visit to Oxford Children’s Hospital in December 2014

Wish granted for inspirational teen Luke after life support machine turned off

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Professor Andrew Hamilton

University of Oxford vice-chancellor was the best paid vice-chancellor in the UK last year

John Simmonds with his boat which remains fenced off by Osney Bridge

UPDATE: Workers busy pumping out water from boat that sank to bottom of the Thames

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Scales of Justice: 18 cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates Court

Scales of Justice: 18 cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates Court

Shoppers evacuated from Tesco store after fridge discovered to be leaking "harmful" gas

Shoppers evacuated from Tesco store after fridge discovered to be leaking "harmful" gas

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Is this the most romantic place in Oxfordshire? The Radcliffe Camera in Oxford

Valentine's Day: Where do you think is the most romantic place in Oxfordshire?

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Huge police and fire presence at Blackbird Leys was just false alarm

Huge police and fire presence at Blackbird Leys was just false alarm

Jack Bull, head chef of the James Figg in Thame, is a finalist in the 2016 National Burger Awards

Chef at the James Figg hopes his burger is a real knockout in UK competition

TRAFFIC: Slow traffic on A34 near Bicester due to abnormal load

UPDATE: Delays cleared after abnormal load holds up traffic on A34 near Bicester

Figures reveal more children in care do well at school

Figures reveal more children in care do well at school

What do you think of your town? Witney residents can give their views through new survey

What do you think of your town? Witney residents can give their views through new survey

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WEATHER: Frosty morning across Oxfordshire but sunny spells expected later

WEATHER: Frosty morning across Oxfordshire but sunny spells expected later

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‘Lara Fairy Love’ with the book she hopes will change children’s negative perception of childbirth

Author aims to educate kids on childbirth with new book

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Fly-tipped rubbish left by the railway tracks near St Peter's Road

Network Rail slams "mindless" fly-tippers after £250,000 clean-up mission

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Headteacher Simon Duffy

Parents and governors’ rally behind academy placed in special measures by Ofsted

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Bryan Ferry

Bryan Ferry tops star line-up for this year's Cornbury Festival

Bosses at social services are set to press ahead with reforms that would see all 44 of the county's children's centres and seven early intervention hubs close.

More than 30 children's centres could be saved from cuts

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Junior doctors outside the John Radcliffe Hospital this morning

UPDATED: Junior doctors across Oxfordshire hit the picket lines for day of strike action

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The latest ratings for food outlets around Oxfordshire

SCORES ON THE DOORS: The latest food hygiene ratings for food outlets around the county

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Snow could fall in the county on Saturday

Snow could fall in the county on Saturday

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Back from left, Ian Preedy, Amber Frizzell, Su Frizzell and Alex Lipinski; front, Ryan Preedy, nine, and Ruby Frizzell, nine

Residents to lobby city council on ‘forgotten recreation ground’ for Valentine's campaign

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From left, Clive Smith, Cathy McFarlane, Mick Bennett, Sarah Scott-Stovold, Phil Scott, Jon Holloway and Chris Hughes have complained about the road into Carterton South Industrial Estate

Traders on road near industrial estate say potholes are killing business

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David Heard, left, talks to Stuart Baillie from GL Hearn about the Didcot Gateway scheme at an exhibition in the Cornerstone Arts Centre last month

Residents say £60m developments in Didcot are 'completely out of place'

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Tree School pupil, Ben Stevens, 10, who ran dressed as a knight

Right royal return for pancake racers at annual celebrations

From left, volunteer Maggie Lloyd, Oxford field worker Jo Leaver, and ARch development manager Jane Rendle

Charity appeal for volunteers to help children learn to read

Crash involving two lorries on M40 at Watlington closes southbound carriageway

Major delays on M40 as two lorries crash

Mary Cameron’s signature

Mother of David Cameron signs petition to save Oxfordshire's children's centres

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Oatlands Road recreation ground this morning

Storm Imogen calms but water levels continue to rise across Oxfordshire

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Crash involving two lorries on M40 at Watlington closes southbound carriageway (Pic: TVP Roads Policing)

Update: M40 southbound reopens following crash involving two lorries at Watlington

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"Ugliest dog" Tuna the "Chiweenie" to visit Oxford book store for first ever signing

GALLERY: "Ugliest dog" Tuna the "Chiweenie" to visit Oxford book store for first ever signing

Police appeal for witnesses following trouble at Oxford United v Millwall match

Police appeal for witnesses following trouble at Oxford United v Millwall match

Emmeline Boeser-Hutton, 7, looking out for birds in the trees and bushes

Youngsters flock to Bird Bonanza event

Flippin' good: Claire Few from Sainbury's Bicester with her son Harry, four and Charlie Walker, four.

Oxfordshire chef shares how to make the perfect pancake + Poll: What is the best topping?

Oxfordshire County Council

Update: Oxfordshire County Council website could be out of action all day

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Flood waters at the Rose Revived pub near Abingdon

Two flood warnings remain in place for the Thames in Oxfordshire

Gus Ray is bemused by the speed limits on Sutton Road, which are different in each direction

Confusing speed signs in Sutton Courtenay leave motorists baffled

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