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‘Waste not, want not’ at innovative café in Oxford

This Saturday will see Oxfordshire’s residents given the opportunity to pay what they want for a meal out.

21 Apr 2015

County Council changes verge mowing regime

From April 2015, the county council has reduced the budget for verge maintenance and cuttings.

20 Apr 2015

Beaumont Street to partially re-open

Central Oxford getting back to normal after Friday's fire at Randolph Hotel

18 Apr 2015

World Book Night comes to Oxfordshire

Libraries across Oxfordshire will once again by playing an important role in World Book Night – acting as a collection point for book givers.

16 Apr 2015

Vast majority get first-preference primary school

Almost nine out of 10 Oxfordshire children due to start primary school in September have been offered a place at their first preference school.

16 Apr 2015

Oxfordshire highways team get toads out of a hole

Volunteers from Skanska’s highways maintenance team have scoured roadsides near Oxford to help vulnerable amphibians reach their breeding grounds safely.

14 Apr 2015

Oxfordshire libraries at centre of Magna Carta 800th Anniversary

Oxfordshire youngsters will be given the chance to visit the Houses of Parliament and debate with politicians later in 2015 – a year which marks the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta and the origins of democracy.

8 Apr 2015

Crews called to fire at Bicester Village

Oxfordshire County Council Fire and Rescue Service is currently dealing with a fire which has broken out at Carluccio's restaurant at Bicester Village.

1 Apr 2015

More time for a clean out as spring approaches

Household Waste Recycling Centres will be extending their opening hours between April and September, giving residents more time to get through their spring cleaning.

30 Mar 2015
Children: Members of the year 6 class at Christopher Rawlins Church of England Primary School  Adults Front: Councillor Ian Hudspeth Back (l-r): Harry Hadaway, OCC; Tamar Bowley, OCC; Mrs Avilez, Year 6 teacher; Mr Goldsworthy, Headteacher; Cllr Diane Bratt, chairman, Adderbury Parish Council; Steve Henderson, BT

Oxfordshire broadband partnership celebrates reaching 40,000 homes and businesses

Historic Adderbury is latest community to benefit from multi-million pound roll-out of fibre broadband

26 Mar 2015

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