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Oxford artist Sam Abate explores toxic masculinity and gender roles

Sam Hamper’s first-ever exhibition entitled The Denied Masculine plunges straight into the controversy over toxic masculinity, stereotypical gender roles and the range of emotions that men and boys can express. “I hear this a lot,” said Sam. “I don’t think it is controversial but talking about anything important is seen as controversial these days.” He…

12-three hundred and sixty five days-prone woman attacked come Betfred store in Cowley

Betfred on Barns Road, Cowley A 12-YEAR-OLD girl was 'attacked' outside a betting shop near Templars Square.  The girl was scratched and her phone was 'smashed to pieces' on Barns Road, Cowley, on Saturday afternoon at around 4.30pm. In an online police alert, the boy was described as 'the same age or a little older'. He is…

Brazilian Covid variant: your questions answered

Brazilian Covid variant: how close is the new variant to Oxfordshire? OVER the weekend it was announced that a new 'variant of concern', that originated in Brazil, had now been detected in the UK.  Surge testing is taking place from today as cases were found in both England and Scotland. The variant is said to…

Royal Mail help track down thriller individual with Brazilian variant

The Royal Mail are helping to track down the 'mystery person' with Brazil variant THE ROYAL Mail has been asked to help find the mystery person with the Brazil variant of Covid in England. This morning vaccine minister, Nadhim Zahawi, said that the postal service will be helping to locate the individual with the Brazilian…

Companies that performed the ‘pandemic pivot’ to continue to exist lockdown

A photographer who was forced to rethink his business in lockdown has found he is not alone in looking for ways to survive the pandemic. Many firms in Oxfordshire have “pivoted” often with such success that they have decided to keep the new model going even when restrictions are lifted. Piranha IT Support was launched…

Ruskin School in Oxford set to merge with Activate Studying

Ruskin College is set to merge with Activate Learning. Picture provided by Activate Learning AN HISTORIC Oxford college is set to merge with a city-based education provider. The merger between Ruskin College in Dunstan Road and Activate Learning, which oversees the City of Oxford College, and Banbury and Bicester College, will aim to protect the…

Wheatsheaf: Oxford music fans slam ‘devastating’ plans to complete metropolis centre’s closing gig venue

MUSIC lovers have reacted with dismay at "devastating" plans to close Oxford city centre's last real gig venue and turn it into student flats. Owners of The Wheatsheaf, off High Street, have submitted an application to Oxford City Council for permission to close its first floor concert venue and convert it, and the floor above,…

What number of rep obtained the Covid vaccine in West Oxfordshire?

Witney MP Robert Courts during a visit to the Windrush Medical Practice in January MORE than one in three adults in West Oxfordshire have now received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. The total figure – 30,951 and growing – has been welcomed by Witney MP Robert Courts. He said: “The NHS vaccination…

Gardening gear stolen from shed advance Banbury

THIEVES broke into a shed before stealing gardening equipment. The burglary happened in North Aston, near Banbury between 5pm on Friday and 8am on Saturday. ALSO READ: Fire crews clear nitric acid that leaked from resident's garage Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses. If you have any information, call 101 quoting 4310083204. Keep up to date with…

Americans standard 60 to 63 can accept their Covid vaccine jab

Nearly two million people aged 60 to 63 in England are being invited to book a coronavirus jab as part of the continued expansion of the vaccine programme. NHS England said that the letters will start landing on doormats from Monday, explaining how people can make an appointment to get jabbed through the national booking…

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Our view: Oxford Mail editorial comment/ leader column HOW long should a murderer be sent to prison for? We don’t envy the judge in this case who had to decide. The obvious choice is always to say ‘a life for a life’: anyone who takes a life loses theirs in return. It doesn’t bring back…

Oxford Preservation Belief award city’s most effective novel constructing projects with plaques

THE beauty of Oxford’s architecture is celebrated around the world. But vigilance is required to maintain the city’s unique streetscapes, historic fabric and natural corners, and to ensure any new additions enhance and improve the environment. It is a mission which the Oxford Preservation Trust, as watchdog for the city’s heritage, has embraced with zeal.…

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Scientists measured the temperature of red supergiant stars

There are different types of stars with different sizes, masses, and compositions. The sun is also a star, but it is a relatively small specimen compared to the red giant Betelgeuse. Red supergiants are stars over nine times the mass of our sun. This implies that when they die, a violent event occurs: an enormous…

Scientists found residence typhoon that rains electron

Hurricanes are one of nature’s most powerful storms. They produce strong winds, storm surge flooding, and heavy rainfall, leading to inland flooding, tornadoes, and rip currents. They are characterized by a low-pressure center (hurricane eye), strong winds and flow shears, and a spiral arrangement of towering clouds with heavy rains. Astronomers recently reported a long-lasting…

How a plant regulates its enhance?

Plants grow in two directions: towards the light and the center of the earth into the soil. The phenomenon of growing towards the light has gathered everyone’s interest.  The plant ensures that it can make the best use of light to photosynthesize and synthesize sugars. Similarly, the roots grow into the soil to ensure that…

Fresh system to create hydrogen and electrical energy rapid and successfully

Economical and efficient carbon capture, utilization, and sequestration technologies are essential for addressing the global challenge to reduce CO2 emissions. However, current CO2 conversion technologies cannot meet the financial and energy requirements due to the slow processes for CO2 sequestration. Now, scientists from UNIST have developed a novel system that can effectively produce hydrogen and…