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Woman who stole and sold more than 1,000 handbags ordered to pay back £140,000

Woman who stole and sold more than 1,000 handbags ordered to pay back £140,000

A40 has reopened following an earlier crash at the Cassington lights

A40 has reopened following an earlier crash at the Cassington lights

Four who died on Oxfordshire's roads last week are named

Four who died on Oxfordshire's roads last week are named

End: Val Henderson with pets Pippin, Adara, Freya and Mr Garfield

Pet sitter retires from ‘the loveliest job in the world ‘

Call for £2.8bn investment in major roads including the A34 part of proposals from three councils

Call for £2.8bn investment in major roads including the A34 part of proposals from three councils

Proud: Hilary Pillin with a copy of her grandfather Walter Young’s war diaries entitled Walter’s War

The First World War as seen by a Witney postman

Rape suspect trial set to begin today

Rape suspect trial set to begin today

Customers with poor signal in Charlbury form action group to lobby for better service

Customers with poor signal in Charlbury form action group to lobby for better service

Control: Ben Billington shows off his street hockey skills

Street hockey project is rolled out to hundreds of youngsters

‘Cynical’: Oxford Medical Committee chairman Dr Prit Buttar

Morale ‘awful’ as GPs examine fall-out of seven-day contracts

Artwork to honour town’s famed poet

Artwork to honour town’s famed poet

So happy I took the plunge – next comes my 4k wild swim

So happy I took the plunge – next comes my 4k wild swim

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Phone scammer cons pensioner out of £20,000 in life savings

Delays on trains between Oxford and Didcot Parkway due to trespassers

Update: Services running as normal after trespassing incident between Oxford and Didcot Parkway

Making a difference: Marie Cure nurse Michal-Marie Eggleton trains for the Walk to Remember event at Blenheim Palace with her dog Yogi. It will raise money for the charity

A stroll around Blenheim is a big step for cancer sufferers

Nearly ready: Abingdon and Witney College assistant principal Neil Brayshaw next to the new construction centre

College will train the builders of the future at its new centre

Scales of Justice: 16 cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates Court

Scales of Justice: 16 cases heard at Oxford and Banbury Magistrates Court

First Great Western staff vote to strike over August bank Holiday weekend

First Great Western staff vote to strike over August bank Holiday weekend

Blackbird Leys Park was also praised in 2013

County parks awarded green flag status

Elizabeth Horwell, left, with four-day-old Oliver Horwell and Jayne Joyce, with regular visitors to the cafe. Picture: Andrew Walmsley

Mothers unite in fight to save breastfeeding support group

Creations: Stefano Pratesi and Steve Dey with some examples of their work

News Feature: Meet the men taking us to the extra dimension

Closing: The Co-op in Carterton

Supermarket jobs safe as Asda takes over site

Keeping their balance: From left, Abigail Evers and Sophia Pearce

International jamboree for girl guides

Success: Sian Morris and Amanda Baxter at their Forget-Me-Not Ball, Broughton Grange

Ball raised £26,000 for charity

Star attractions: Simon McBurney and Alec Baldwin on the set of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation at Blenheim Palace

Lights, camera, action! Blenheim Palace has a licence to thrill visitors

Woman taken to hospital after crash

Woman taken to hospital after crash

Action: Paul Baker

Liberty Baker’s father calls for more support for grieving families

Message: Supt Christian Bunt

Police are looking to get more officers back out on the beat

Opposition: CPRE Oxfordshire chairman Michael Tyce

Campaigners refuse to work with developers of solar farm

Werewolves and wonder as rare blue moon set to shine in Oxfordshire tonight

Werewolves and wonder as rare blue moon set to shine in Oxfordshire tonight

Dramatic: Steve Hay with his lucky beard

Actor Steve Hay has the beard that keeps on giving

New hunt for ‘missing’ sewage pumping stations

New hunt for ‘missing’ sewage pumping stations

Woman taken to hospital after crashing into tree in Ducklington near Witney (Pic: TVP Witney)

Woman taken to hospital after crashing into tree in Ducklington near Witney

Traffic lights outs at Cassington junction along A40 due to power cut

Traffic lights outs at Cassington junction along A40 due to power cut

Grandparents’ could have a role in helping obese kids

Grandparents’ could have a role in helping obese kids

Road works cause congestion chaos

Road works cause congestion chaos

Action: Endeavour filming outside County Hall in Oxford

Endeavour filming at old County Hall

All bets are off over James Bond theme

All bets are off over James Bond theme

Four motoring deaths in 24 hours sparks fears over safety

Four motoring deaths in 24 hours sparks fears over safety

Six councils to hold summit on housing

Six councils to hold summit on housing

Raising awareness: Maggie Blyth

Pilot service launched to aid victims of child abuse

Recovering: Councillor Zoe Patrick with her chilli plant

Cancer: How Zoe’s chilli plant helped save her life says councillor

Fatality: Emergency services at the scene of the crash on the A420 near Faringdon yesterday

Four are left dead in tragic 24 hours on the county’s roads

Challenge: Andrew Chesterman with his seven-year-old daughter Escenia

‘Unpleasant confrontations’ on buses over buggy spaces

Police top brass warn cuts to force will 'change the priority' on crimes

Police top brass warn cuts to force will 'change the priority' on crimes

Fire crews battling blaze at Stonesfield house

UPDATE: Man helps elderly Stonesfield couple from house after burnt-out boiler sparks fire alert

Concerns: Laura Price

Ward to close at Witney Community Hospital to free up nursing staff for other units in county

My normal: From left, Maya Francis, Spencer Wilkinson, Christina Riley, front, and Hannah Bruce

‘This project gives our community a voice’

Meat to please you: Dave Bartlett with some of his sausages

Sausage sales sizzling, say butchers

More work needed to identify the perpetrators of child sexual abuse

More work needed to identify the perpetrators of child sexual abuse

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