Friday, 03 July 2015

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  • Whitworth named Museum of the Year

    11:03 | 2/7/15
    Oxford Mail
    Manchester's Whitworth has been named as Museum of the Year 2015 and won the £100,000 Art Fund Prize - the largest arts award in Britain. more»
  • Murray resumes Wimbledon title tilt

    11:03 | 2/7/15
    Oxford Mail
    Britain's top tennis star Andy Murray will continue his bid to reclaim the Wimbledon crown today, as the All England Club prepares to welcome a royal visitor to SW19. more»
  • Minister call to end housing crisis

    11:03 | 2/7/15
    Oxford Mail
    Ending the housing crisis is the "defining test" of the present generation of politicians, Communities Secretary Greg Clark will tell town hall chiefs. more»
  • Average home has 18 smart devices

    11:03 | 2/7/15
    Oxford Mail
    Birch Construction Ltd require a Construction Site Manager/Foreman. ... Part of our busy warehouse team to service trade and retail customers alike. more»
  • Family of 12 feared to be in Syria

    04:48 | 2/7/15
    Oxford Mail
    A family of 12 including two grandparents with health problems and a baby are feared to have travelled to Syria. Police have launched an investigation after the group from Luton failed to return home from a holiday in Bangladesh. Relatives said their ... more»
  • Britain's Schindler dies aged 106

    04:39 | 2/7/15
    Oxford Mail
    Sir Nicholas Winton, who organised the rescue of Jewish children from the Holocaust in 1939, has died aged 106, his family said. Winton earned himself the label "Britain's Schindler" for saving the lives of 669 children by sending them from Prague to ... more»
  • Trailer shows Jobs as megalomaniac

    04:07 | 2/7/15
    Oxford Mail
    Michael Fassbender's portrayal of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in Danny Boyle's new film is that of a narcissistic megalomaniac. more»
  • It's time to nominate your hospital heroes

    04:02 | 2/7/15
    Oxford Mail
    Thank you: Louise Sansom, right, nominated paediatric oncology outreach nurse Zoe Hines for an award last year after her four-year-old daughter Ella Maylor was diagnosed with leukaemia. more»
  • UPDATE: Elderly woman dies after collapsing in Marks & Spencer

    03:47 | 2/7/15
    The Oxford Times
    Thames Valley Police confirmed earlier today that the top floor of the store in Marriott's Close was closed for ambulance crews to treat an elderly lady. more»
  • Police helicopter search for man who fled after being stopped at Seacourt Park ...

    02:15 | 2/7/15
    The Oxford Times
    THE police helicopter was scrambled into action after a motorist stopped on suspicion of using his phone at the wheel fled from traffic officers. more»
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