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Cheers: Head teacher Louise Hatton with pupils, from left, Summer Stoter, eight, Louis Tweddle, Iris Nicholson, and James Cherry, all seven

Lessons begin at new primary school after a seven-year wait

Message: Front, from left, Jeanne Humber of Restore, Graham West, Restore volunteer, and Gemma Humphrey of Restore; rear, from left, head of the recovery college Caz Hedges, and Catriona Canning of Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

Pioneering mental health college set to transform lives of sufferers

Driver hit in the face with rider’s helmet in road rage outburst

Driver hit in the face with rider’s helmet in road rage outburst

Gratitude: Alastair McKight

‘Save the NHS that saved me after accident’

Landmark: Manfred Brod, front centre, with members, from left, Jackie Smith, Elizabeth Drury, Gillian Harrison, Michael Harrison, Ruth Weinberg and Jessica Brod outside 3 The Square, which was the subject of their first item

Going back to the future proves a big hit

Local councils in bid to control health service cash as part of Oxfordshire power grab

Local councils in bid to control health service cash as part of Oxfordshire power grab

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Inspection: The Slade Nursery School and Children’s Centre

Nursery must do better as second inspectors’ report flags up issues

Performance: Jo Davies of FiddleBop outside Chipping Norton Town Hall

Getting in swing for Chipping Norton jazz festival

Caught on camera: A suspected ‘big cat’ photographed in a field opposite the Masons Arms pub in Burford Road, Brize Norton, in 2005

Is the ‘big cat’ back?

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Try Tibetan food as you listen to Ugandan music

Try Tibetan food as you listen to Ugandan music

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Riot of colour: Running the gauntlet of a dye station at Cornbury Park last year

Colourful race inspires women to get sporty

‘So kind’: Shirley Johnson, 67, has been showered with flowers and best wishes since Launton Post Office was raided in July

Postmistress ‘overwhelmed’ with kindness after robbery

Improvements: Manager of Restore centre Olivier Guillot, right, with some of the centre’s students

Follow our lead and grab some cash

Driver hit by cyclist in road rage clash

Driver hit by cyclist in road rage clash

Villagers vote in favour of Hook Norton Neighbourhood Plan

Villagers vote in favour of Hook Norton Neighbourhood Plan

Hydroelectric power plant approved by council planners

Hydroelectric power plant approved by council planners

Man's best friend: Reggie at Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary with Aaron Denton

The search to find Reggie his paw-fect forever home is on

Teens charged after burglary at parlour

Teens charged after burglary at parlour in Wantage

Beware: Kate Davies of Oxfordshire Trading Standards

Slimmers warned of internet pills scam

Delighted: Headteacher Louise Hatton, with pupils, left to right Louis Tweddle, seven, James Cherry, seven, Summer Stoter, eight and Iris Nicholson, seven

New £4m primary opens doors at last

‘Pointless’ zebra crossing plan is given go-ahead

‘Pointless’ zebra crossing plan is given go-ahead

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Scheme: Rebecca Goddard

‘Mail-backed literacy campaign should be expanded throughout the county’ say organisers

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NHS staff fitness plan welcomed

NHS staff fitness plan welcomed

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Housing estate could take 10 years to finish

Housing estate could take 10 years to finish

Location: The Wheatley Travelodge in London Road

Woman discovers hidden camera in shower at Wheatley Travelodge

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Cyclist hits driver in face with helmet after road rage incident in Wallingford

Cyclist hits driver in face with helmet after road rage incident in Wallingford

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Police want to speak to man in CCTV image after Wallingford chemists hit by shoplifting spree

Police want to speak to man in CCTV image after Wallingford chemists hit by shoplifting spree

Two charged over burglary at Wantage funeral parlour

Two charged over burglary at Wantage funeral parlour

Roads gridlocked as schools return across Oxfordshire

Roads gridlocked as schools return across Oxfordshire

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Motorist is injured in M40 crash

Motorist is injured in M40 crash

Rebekah Brooks

Rebekah Brooks is back after hacking acquittal

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Show your #suppawt: Assistant welfare manager Hannah Bryan with Moses

There’s no time to paws, let’s find new home for one pet every hour

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Draft proposal: WODC leader Barry Norton

Councils united in a bid for more political powers

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Daniel Hunt

Boy pilots glider on his 14th birthday

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Historic: Dirk De Jager, left, and John Brooks in a 1947 Cisitalia car

Driving some laps in luxury

Complaint: Geoffrey Sharp received an apology from SCAS in 2013

Complaints about ambulance service rise but fewer upheld

Roll out the barrel: Chris Meeson gets ready for the beer festival at the Masons Arms in Headington Quarry, Oxford

Pub hopes 14th beer festival will be ‘ale and hearty’ affair

Second best: An Oxford South Midland 353 (CFC 353C) pictured in Gloucester Green in 1975

News feature: All aboard for a trip down memory lane

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Redevelopment: Pollyanne and Tracy, two of the sanctuary’s residents, inspect the start of work on a new equine hospital

Donkey work to help fund animal hospital

Eyes on the ball: Megan Horwood, community support officer for Better Leisure, Alan Robinson, 77, Go Active’s Ashley Chapman, Laura Godfrey, project officer for Age UK, and Colin Williams, community support officer for Better Leisure

Pickleball aims to keep people active

Plea: Stroke Club UK chairman Brendan Kehoe

Charity hits fundraising road to buy stroke victims minibus

Richard Williams, centre, leads the way in preparation for one of Didcot’s biggest fundraising events. A 100-mile ride will raise money for organisations including Prostate Cancer UK, Helen and Douglas House and the Oxford Centre for Enablement

Charity bike ride kicks off day of fundraising events

Gotcha: Oscar Rickword hooks a duck, to the delight of Emma Haines, from the Didcot Community Hospital League of Friends

I got a duck by hook or by crook

Vision: Cllr Mike Badcock

Guildhall’s revamp work is started but cinema bid is still being costed

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Jump to it: Hilary Murphy puts Maisie through her paces

Crowd shrugs off rain to enjoy fete

Generous: Emma Curtis-Smith

Memorial festival calls a halt after raising £100k in 10 years

Motorcyclist hospitalised following van collision

Motorcyclist hospitalised following van collision

Motion: County councillor Roz Smith

Campaign calls for community building tax break

New school bus service to launch

New school bus service to launch

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Concerns: Ed Vaizey

MP calls for 30mph limit on ‘death road’

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