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City traders to get a new champion

10:00am Friday 18th April 2014

thisisoxfordshire: Graham Jones, of traders group ROX, is pleased that the city council is hiring a new city centre manager.    Picture: OX66549 Ed Nix

AN empty traders’ champion post will be filled, council bosses have said, following fears the under-review role will be axed.

Jury acquits radio DJ of sex charges

9:00am Friday 18th April 2014

thisisoxfordshire: Emma Stanfield

RADIO DJ Emma Stanfield has walked free from Oxford Crown Court after being unanimously cleared yesterday of engaging in sexual activity with a child.

Cycle heaven at £10 a head

9:00am Friday 18th April 2014

thisisoxfordshire: The Cyclox group hand over their blueprint to the county council with, front, Anne Joshua then next row, from left, is James Styring, Simon Hunt and Oxfordshire County Council leader Ian Hudspeth. Picture: OX66584 Ed Nix

CYCLING freeways and quiet ways as well as cutting Oxford’s remaining 30mph speed limits to 20mph are the cornerstone of a new manifesto from campaigners.

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CRICKET: Oxfordshire gain benefit from Sussex link

8:00am Friday 18th April 2014

thisisoxfordshire: Richard Kaufman returns to the Oxfordshire side to face Sussex on Monday

Oxfordshire have praised their relationship with Sussex as an outstanding on the eve of their Twenty20 friendly match at Hove on Monday.

RUGBY UNION: Bicester are on the up

7:00am Saturday 12th April 2014

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Bicester RFC were yesterday promoted to Southern Counties without playing a match.

RUGBY UNION: Chinnor out to secure their safety

8:00am Friday 11th April 2014

thisisoxfordshire: MEMBERS of Oxford Harlequins’ minis junior section received some top tips from  British Lion and England star Manu Tuilagi and Leicester’s Samoan player Logovi'i Mulipola at the Marston Ferry Road training ground this week.  They were there as part of

If results go their way, Chinnor could be safe from relegation tomorrow night and so face a more relaxed end to their National 2 South campaign.

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