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Driverless cars to be put through their paces on UK motorway

Driverless cars to be put through their paces on UK motorway

The vehicles will take the fast road from London to Oxford.

3:33pm Monday 24 April 2017

Viewers thought Jack Whitehall was brilliant in social satire Decline And Fall

Viewers thought Jack Whitehall was brilliant in social satire Decline And Fall

Reviewers thought Jack’s signature comedy made him the perfect fit for poor Paul Pennyfeather.

1:43pm Saturday 1 April 2017

RUGBY UNION: Winning the Oxfordshire Cup for a second year in a row is phenomenal, says Banbury head coach James Kerr

PROUD: Oxfordshire RFU president Andy Rolfe presents Banbury captain Ian Isham with the Oxfordshire Cup Picture: Steve Wheeler

BANBURY head coach James Kerr revelled in the phenomenal feeling of celebrating a second successive county triumph.

7:31am Saturday 15 April 2017

Kiran Millwood Hargrave wins book prize with children's tale inspired by the Canary Islands

Kiran Millwood Hargrave wins book prize with children's tale inspired by the Canary Islands

The young writer took some influence by acclaimed writer Philip Pullman

10:03pm Thursday 30 March 2017

Danish firm to set up Oxford University diabetes research centre despite Brexit

Mads Krogsgaard Thomsen, chief science officer and executive vice president of Novo Nordisk, which is to invest £115 million in a new research centre in Oxford (Novo Nordisk/PA)

Danish pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk is to invest £115 million in a new diabetes research centre in Oxford despite the unfortunate "uncertainties" created by Brexit.

6:59am Monday 30 January 2017

England's most selective universities 'taking lower proportion of state pupils'

At some institutions virtually all students went to a state school, while at others the proportion is less than two thirds, figures show

England's most selective universities are still taking a lower proportion of state school teenagers than many other institutions, figures suggest.

1:43pm Thursday 2 February 2017

Horton Hospital campaigners bemused by lack of parking spaces at Oxford hospitals

A crammed car park at the John Radcliffe Hospital in January

SUPPORTERS of the Horton General Hospital have been left exasperated after it was announced no further parking will be added to Oxford's hospital sites.

9:00am Thursday 23 February 2017

RUGBY UNION: Freddie Cracknell's brace of tries earns Banbury's place in Oxfordshire Cup final

FLYING HIGH: Freddie Cracknell swallow dives over the line for his first try during Banbury's win over Chinnor Falcons in the semi-finals of the Oxfordshire Cup Picture: Simon Grieve

FREDDIE Cracknell scored two tries as holders Banbury progressed to the Oxfordshire Cup final, with a dominant 35-5 home win over Chinnor Falcons.

7:21am Tuesday 7 February 2017

Everything you didn't know about Inspector Morse author Colin Dexter, who has died at 86

Everything you didn't know about Inspector Morse author Colin Dexter, who has died at 86

Read about the writer’s love for good ale, a summer holiday in Lyme Regis, and his famous detective inspector.

5:03pm Tuesday 21 March 2017

Health experts back vaping as healthier alternative to regular cigarettes

Teenagers who used e-cigarettes were more likely to go onto smoking nicotine cigarettes, an American survey has found

Vaping has been given an emphatic thumbs up by health experts after the first long-term study of its effects in ex-smokers.

3:05pm Tuesday 7 February 2017
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