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Authorities deal with schools to assist students browse dangers of criminal offense or violence

As a new term starts, Thames Valley Police have reaffirmed their commitment to keeping specially trained officers working in schools to support young people, keep them safe and prevent them being drawn into crime and violence.

Westminster Abbey to honour Sir Roger Bannister

Westminster Abbey will dedicate a new memorial stone to Sir Roger Bannister, the first man to run a mile in under four minutes.

Oxford consumers thanked for contributing 7,055 meals to charities feeding kids

Generous Tesco shoppers in Oxford have been thanked for their ‘incredible compassion’ by charities feeding children.

Oxford University and Oracle Cloud System assists Covid alternative scientists

OXFORD University is helping to identify new Covid mutations faster.

Oxford robber, 20, took bikes and axle mill in theft ‘splurge’

A fresh-faced burglar was jailed after he admitted two raids on outhouses and two attempted break-ins – and asked for 20 other offences to be taken into account.

Guy broke guidelines of suspended sentence when he relocated with brand-new sweetheart, court informed

A man spared an immediate jail sentence in April for controlling behaviour breached his suspended sentence order – by moving in with his new girlfriend.

Male imprisoned for sexually attacking female in Witney alley

A man who called the woman he’d just met in a bar vile names as he sexually assaulted her has been jailed for a year.

Authorities drop Witney rape examination after taking a look at CCTV

Thames Valley Police is no longer investigating a reported rape in  Witney.

Oxford care house locals got totally free meal from regional bar

Care home residents unable to visit the pub due to Covid-19 have had the pub brought to them, completely free of charge.

A donkey mentioned the deals at F Cape and Co drapers

It was an eye-catching image to persuade shoppers not to miss the many bargains on sale at a leading Oxford store.

Coronavirus jabs presented for 12 to 15-year-olds

Coronavirus vaccines are being rolled out to children aged between 12 and 15, with three million youngsters eligible across the UK.

Homebase opens remarkable brand-new shop in Abingdon

Homebase is back in Abingdon with all the products, ideas and advice you need to spruce up your home and garden this autumn for any home and garden project.

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