Oxford Just Stop Oil protester found guilty of aggravated trespass at Lord's cricket ground
21 year old Daniel Knorr, from Green Street, along with two others, had denied the charges in relation to the incident at the Ashes test in June.
No need for ‘newt motel’ at Boris Johnson's Oxfordshire manor
The former prime minister has won permission to build an outdoor swimming pool at his Brightwell Manor Grade II-listed home in Brightwell-cum-Sotwell, after concerns were raised about the impact it could have on the local newt population.
Oxford Uni has come top in the World University Rankings for a record eighth year
The University of Oxford has once again topped the Times Higher Education World University Rankings rate 1,904 universities from 108 countries around the world.
Oxford’s Labour Councillors quit the County Council Coalition
It follows a recent Ofsted report which found Oxfordshire was failing children with disabilities and special educational needs.
Woman from Oxford jailed for terrorism offences
An “intelligent” woman who shared documents supporting the terrorist group so-called Islamic State, after becoming infatuated with an American terror suspect, has been given an extended prison sentence of five and a half years.
Mini team up to find the next generation of car designers
The car manufacturer has joined forces with Crayola, with the winner touring the Cowley plant.
Witnesses appeal following reports of a kidnap in Abingdon
The victim, was assaulted before being put in a dark coloured car.
Thirty life-size Ox sculptures to take over Oxford in 2024
Sobell House Hospice will bring the Ox art trail to the streets next summer.
Oxford University drops Sackler name from buildings and staff posts after review
The university said donations received from the Sackler family will be retained For their intended educational purposes