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‘HARSH LESSON’: Judge Zoe Smith

Man gets suspended jail term after sexually assaulting 15-year-old girl on train

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Barrister Nicholas Syfret QC leads a protest outside Oxford Crown Court in 2014 against proposed cuts to legal aid

Defence lawyer welcomes government's u-turn over proposed cuts to legal aid

Lee Pullen

Thug jailed for nine months after threatening to stab sister in the head

The demolition of the Westgate Shopping Centre begins

Bulldozers begin demolition of shops at old Westgate Centre

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Police officer accuses man of trying to run him over

Police officer accuses man of trying to run him over

Council told new free school planned for Headington could cause traffic problems

Council told new free school planned for Headington could cause traffic problems

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Man denies attack on woman's car was 'intimidation'

Man denies attack on woman's car was 'intimidation'

Fire and Rescue officers from Kidlington practise rescues in fast-flowing water and floods at Wash Meadow on the River Windrush in Minster Lovell

Rescue teams brave freezing conditions in river for flood training

Tom Leen, six, works his magic with a shadow puppet

Dancing on the wall at museum for shadow puppet event

Katy Gent is running the OX5 to raise funds for Oxford Children’s Hospital, which her son William regularly visits

OX5 Run: Mum of patient at children's hospital set to don running shoes

The new Japanese restaurant in North Oxford, Koto

New Japanese restaurant in North Oxford given two-star hygiene rating

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John Simmonds with his boat which remains fenced off by Osney Bridge

Sunken boat owner who lost everything stunned by donations from Oxford Mail readers

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A vehicle has hit a traffic light on Botley Road

UPDATE: Traffic light fixed in Botley Road after being hit by vehicle

INVESTIGATION: Oxford Stadium owners under attack after revelation it was making profit before closure

INVESTIGATION: Oxford Stadium owners under attack after revelation it was making profit before closure

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Artist Mo Jupp with one of his figurines on show in Oxford

Sculptor studies female form in gallery’s exhibition of small figurines

Jane Samuel took her twin girls Kate, left, and Anna, three, to the craft stall

Love is in the air at Valentine's craft stall

David Buckle

Joint chief council executive reveals summer plan to retire

Alex Barker, left, and Andrew Chapman in Oxfam

Book featuring annotations and lyrics from Thom Yorke found in charity shop for 50p

£60m Didcot ‘Gateway’ plan unanimously approved

£60m Didcot ‘Gateway’ plan unanimously approved

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Abdul Ali, nine, hard at work at Windmill Primary School

Schools Focus: Windmill Primary is top of the class for “values-based curriculum”

Traffic on A34 after bus breaks down

UPDATE: Traffic cleared on A34 after bus breaks down

From left, one of the Why I Love Oxfordshire judges, Jon Lewis from the Oxford Mail, with Martin Walker and Hannah Mylrea Hemmings from Experience Oxfordshire

Oxford Mail readers urged to snap favourite places in the county for new competition

Police believe string of South Oxfordshire burglaries are linked

Police believe string of South Oxfordshire burglaries are linked

Crash on A34 in Abingdon causing traffic

UPDATE: Traffic returns to normal after crash on A34

Traffic at Headington roundabout after van breaks down

UPDATE: All lanes reopened at Headington roundabout after broken down van is removed

Glee Club owner Mark Tughan tweeted the good news

Glee Club claims landmark ruling against TV show

Man accused of smashing car window with shovel to scare witness in brother's trial

Man accused of smashing car window with shovel to scare witness in brother's trial

The scene at Oatlands Road recreation ground yesterday morning

UPDATE: Flood warnings remain in place across the county

Dr Rachel Clarke at last month’s one-day strike by junior doctors outside the Museum of the History of Science in Broad Street

Junior Doctors' Strike: ‘We strike not for pay but for the safety of patients’

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Official Oxford United club seller Sue Trafford outside the Kassam Stadium

Oxford United apply for a trademark to capitalise on great run

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Accident causes blocked traffic on Peartree Roundabout

UPDATE: Car and lorry involved in accident on Peartree Roundabout

Car accident causes traffic queues on A420 between Faringdon and Southmoor

UPDATE: Three-vehicle accident causes traffic queues on A420 between Faringdon and Southmoor

Oxford City Council leader Bob Price

Oxford University rebuffed by senior councillors over social housing call

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Controversial hospital pipeline work delayed by request for more planning info

Controversial hospital pipeline work delayed by request for more planning info

Kerstin Kestner, youth worker, with Sarah Anthony, director for Thrive Barton take a look around their new district

Community groups to merge to help disadvantaged youngsters on Leys estates

Hythe Bridge Street in Oxford has been closed to traffic by police, picture by Paul Hayday

UPDATE: Hythe Bridge Street incident finishes with man rescued from roof

Man arrested after 'frightening assault' in Cowley Road near Bodrums and Peri Peri Chicken

Man arrested after 'frightening assault' in Cowley Road near Bodrums and Peri Peri Chicken

Sue Croft

Shortage of teachers is "worse than ever" thanks to housing crisis in Oxford

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Jenny Webb, resident of Plowman Tower, said what Oxford City Council was doing was "wrong"

Tower block residents fear bankruptcy as row over £50k repair bills continues

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The proposed development near Holywell Cemetery

Developers accused of ‘naked greed’ in a bid to slash cash for affordable homes

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CAMPAIGNERS have dismissed plans to change the appearance of the Castle Mill student flats

Screening option for Castle Mill student flats given the go ahead

Primary school pupils dress up to race around for annual Pancake Day celebrations

Primary school pupils dress up to race around for annual Pancake Day celebrations

Student Alys Whitehead with her giant chalkboard exploring supernatural implications in quantum theory at OVADA

Feature: Art experiments make for groundbreaking new exhibition in Oxford

Fire truck ends up in a ditch

Fire truck ends up in a ditch near Chipping Norton

CAMPAIGNERS have dismissed plans to change the appearance of the Castle Mill student flats

Screening to be considered for Castle Mill student flats

Youngsters celebrate their awards following participation in a course run by Oxford Contemporary Music and the East Oxford Early Intervention Hub

Lord Mayor hands out awards to youngsters following success of new citywide music project

Staff following break-in at Northway Community Centre

Man charged with series of burglaries including raids on social clubs

Pathway Chairman of trustees Bill Patterson, Rick Mower of Thrive, and John McLaughlin, chief executive of Response, at the Pathway workshop in Dunnock Way

Lifeline brings hope to furniture workshop that is changing lives

Rush to Wembley is on as 5,000 tickets sold in first day

Rush to Wembley is on as 5,000 tickets sold in first day

Oxford United fan James Wall was the focal point of our picture celebrating the U’s aggregate win over Millwall in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy, securing a trip to Wembley to meet Barnsley on Sunday, April 3

Front-page stardom gives Oxford United fan even more to shout about

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