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- Tavis Spencer-Aitkens death: Killer posts on Instagram from prison
- Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust: Mental health chief Antek Lejk stepping down
- 'Respected' man dies after Ilketshall house fire
- Inside Ipswich's abandoned Odeon cinema
- Ely Sainsbury's cat Garfield holds 'book signing'
- The gang killers who are YouTube celebrities
- Daniel Saunders: Three re-arrested in stab death inquiry
- Teen bailed after Ipswich stab victim calls 999
- Schools' climate strike: East of England pupils protest
- Man denies Norfolk County Council meeting public order offences
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- Welfare funding stopped by at least 20 English councils
- Catherine Shaw: Funds raised to return body from Guatemala
- Witney road named after killed teenager Liberty Baker
- Oxford United v Bradford City
- George Michael's art collection sells for £11.3m at auction
- Oxfordshire's Big Picture
- Five things from Oxfordshire
- E-fit image released after Oxford intruder sex attack
- Boat Race: James Cracknell in Cambridge crew to face Oxford
- Sick leave Thames Valley Police officer 'spotted doing karate'
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- Tottenham Hotspur: White Hart Lane station 'to be renamed'
- Martin Landajo: Harlequins to sign Argentina scrum-half
- Man attacked outside Whitechapel mosque in hate crime
- CCTV shows Hackney cyclist kicked into car
- Man City face Chelsea in Women's FA Cup semis
- Mike Thalassitis death: 'Love Island has got to open its eyes to this'
- London population: Why so many people leave the UK's capital
- Forced marriage: 'Dad said he would kill me if he found me'
- Maurizio Sarri: Have Chelsea reached their limit under Italian manager?
- Eurostar tells customers 'don't travel'
An Oxford hospital building is still unused because of safety concerns about its similar cladding to Grenfell Tower.
Bart van Es wrote about a Jewish girl who was sheltered by his grandparents during World War Two.
The 53-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash on the A417 near Faringdon.
England's Eddie Pepperell explains his decision to play in this week's Saudi International event despite the country's human rights record.
Live coverage of Tuesday's League One game between Oxford United and Barnsley.
More than 2,800 wraps of drugs were seized and 112 vulnerable people helped in the six-day operation.
The events in Southampton and Oxford have debts of more than £500k, according to liquidators.
The group meet once a week to sing popular songs - however they like.
Can a museum justify keeping human remains that were plundered by Victorian adventurers?
A 15-year-old boy was struck by a car near Abingdon during morning rush-hour.
A man from Thame and a woman from Malvern, Worcestershire, die in the collision.
The Home Office did not renew its contract for the 257-capacity facility, and it closed in December.
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A collection of stories and videos from Oxfordshire this week.
Mark Bisset is fundraising for armed forces charities with his bagpipe.
Forest Green Rovers sign defender Udoka Godwin-Malife from National League South club Oxford City.
Women with cancer are being taught how to apply make-up.
A 36-year-old man from Oxford was detained after a Europe-wide investigation into the alleged theft.
Carl Rogberg, a former Tesco UK finance director, has been acquitted of fraud and false accounting.
The saucy note was among 2,800 items - including a whip and a hairpiece - found on buses in Oxford.