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  • Future looks good for Oxford childrens hospice

    Photographs have been released offering a sneak peek at a childrens hospice in Oxford that has been undergoing a substantial revamp, courtesy of NHS England and the generosity of people in the area.

  • Oxford martial arts club has the ring of success

    A martial arts club in Oxford will soon be giving prospective members an additional reason to sign up, as a brand new boxing ring is added to its facilities following a major cash injection.

  • Experts at Oxford hospital nominated for awards

    The drug experts working at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in the Oxford suburb of Headington have been nominated by a former patient for the Hospital Heroes awards, created by the Oxford Mail newspaper.

  • Oxford Stadium hopes for greyhound return

    Following a two-year absence, greyhound racing may be set for an Oxford Stadium revival, if plans for leasing the ground come to fruition.

  • Oxford children have chance to dance their way to glory

    Oxford primary school children have earned themselves a shot at dance glory, after securing a spot in the final of the nationwide competition the Great Big Dance Off.

  • Oxford bicycle shop rises from the ashes

    A bicycle shop that has been a fixture in Oxford for over 30 years has opened its doors at its old premises again, one year after suffering a devastating fire.

  • Work begins on new pavilion in Oxford

    The construction of a new pavilion in Oxford, which forms part of an overall programme of pavilion modernisation being undertaken by the City Council, has got underway.

  • Abingdon councillor seeks to help local businesses

    Following recent initiatives to increase the numbers frequenting the town centre in Abingdon, a prominent councillor for the town near Oxford is now keen to see the many businesses there benefit. The initiatives have included a two-hour free period of parking in all of the car parks in the town centre, and they have seen local pubs like The Narrows and the Abingdon Museum thrive.

  • An apple-a-day really does keep the doctor away, says Oxford research

    If all over-50s ate just one apple every day, around 8,500 heart attack deaths and strokes in the UK could be avoided each year, according to research from the University of Oxford.

  • Oxford school gets new reading room

    Teachers and pupils at Pegasus Primary School now have access to a modern reading room facility thanks to a successful fundraising drive.