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Ashmolean gets new funding

The Ashmolean Museum has received a large grant from the Leon Levy Foundation for its Restoring the Past Gallery, now to be named after its benefactor. The Leon Levy Gallery is one of two at the m...
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The Bodleian completes book relocation

The Bodleian Library has now completed the transfer of the majority of its books to its new storage facility in Swindon. Seven million books have been transferred from a number of storage areas to the...
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Oxford speed cameras make

Cameras to catch drivers speeding on the Oxfordshire roads brought in
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Sikh temple contested in east Oxford

Neighbours are objecting to requests for planning permission for a Sikh temple in Marston in east Oxford. The house has been used unofficially as a temple since 2006 but repeated complaints about nois...
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Oxford dog owners face stringent controls

Dog owners in Oxford face increased penalties for fouling and stiff fines for walking with more than four dogs, regardless of whether the dogs are under control or not, says the Oxford Mail. There...
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Oxford limits shared housing

Oxford is proposing to put strict limits on the number of houses with shared occupancy, such as those used by students, reports the Oxford Mail. Under the new rules there could be a maximum of 20 per...
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New Westgate centre cinema proposals

It has been confirmed that the redevelopment of Oxford
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Oxfordshire house prices continue falling

Figures released by the Land Registry, which uses the price paid for property to produce a monthly index for house prices in the UK, show that house prices in Oxfordshire fell another 0.1 per cent in...
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Speed cameras in Oxfordshire switched back on

Speed cameras in Oxfordshire have been switched back on, eight months after Oxfordshire County Council turned them off because of budget cuts. Head of roads policing for Thames Valley, Supt Rob Povey...
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Speed cameras in Oxfordshire switched back on

Speed cameras in Oxfordshire have been switched back on, eight months after Oxfordshire County Council turned them off because of budget cuts. Head of roads policing for Thames Valley, Supt Rob Povey...
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Sharp hikes in prices for public services in Oxford

Multi-million pound cuts to public services across the city have been agreed by Oxford city council, following a 25 per cent reduction in central government funding, reports the Oxford Mail. As p...
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Oxford to lose police officers

Thames Valley police authority, which serves Oxford, is to lose 800 officers and support staff over the next four years. A spokesman for the force said that the priority was to maintain frontline poli...
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Free sports scheme rolled out for Oxford children

Oxford city council has made after-school sports activities available free to all children in the city aged eight to 18 years under its StreetSports programme. StreetSports will now offer a range...
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Oxford’s primary schools have worst performance in England

After damning GCSE results, which saw Oxford schools placed 320th out of 324 in countrywide league tables, it has now been revealed by the Department of Education that Oxford
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Oxford town pub named best in Britain

An Oxford pub has been named the best town pub in Britain in pub-goers bible, and the UK
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Oxford schools among worst performing in country

Research commissioned for the BBC has placed Oxford
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Mosquito device comes to Oxford

A device that transmits an uncomfortable high frequency sound audible only to young people to deter them from congregating is to be installed for the first time in Oxford. The trial of the Mosquit...
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Speed cameras in Oxford switched off

Speed cameras Oxfordshire were switched off from beginning August, following the withdrawal of
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Children’s heart unit in Oxford faces closure

The specialist paediatric heart unit at Oxford
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No cycle hire for Oxford

Plans for a cycle hire scheme for Oxford, similar to that currently being unveiled in London, have been shelved, says the Oxford Mail. An 18-month pilot scheme, costing
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Oxford riverside preserved for the public

Negotiations are underway for 36 acres of Oxford riverside land to be bought for the use of the public. The Oxford Preservation Trust, founded in 1926, is in negotiations with retailing giant Tesco an...
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Plans to cut carbon emissions

Oxford city council is proposing a green mandate to cut the city
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