Module looks good each-way value at Cheltenham

We’ve teamed up with BetVictor to preview the day’s racing.

Daniel Peck at his Banbury workshop as he puts the finishing touches to a thatched dog kennel NNL-160112-125834001

Banbury Thatcher taking tradition to the USA

A Banbury-based thatcher has taken the centuries old tradition across the pond to the USA, plying his craft on Presidential buildings and record-breaking rooftops.

Tis the season to be jolly thanks to December downloads

Console Corner: ‘Tis the season to be jolly thanks to December downloads

‘Tis the season to be jolly...well it is if you have a Sony machine after a superb line-up of free games were released for December.

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NBWA wrestler Joey Ozbourne

Get back in the ring this weekend at Banbury United FC

Banbury’s New Breed Wrestling Association’s ‘Retaliation’ event has been rescheduled for this Saturday, December 10.

Rebecca Deeley, office manager at Castle Quay, presents Julia Thompson with the winners voucher NNL-160912-133146001

Banbury’s Castle Quay’s weekly prize winning shopper is. . .

Castle Quay continued with the Late Night Shopping giveaway this week handing over Boots vouchers to the value of £250

Banbury Santa Fun Run for Katharine House Hospice at Spiceball Park. Santas are off in the fun run. NNL-160412-131131009

PHOTOS: Banbury Santas run for hospice

Over 400 festive figures descended on Banbury’s Spiceball Park on Sunday to take part in the annual Santa Fun Run organised by Katharine House Hospice.

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Give the gift of listening this Christmas

Banbury Samaritans are hosting an Information Day tomorrow (Saturday) at their Albert Street headquarters.

Justice Secretary  Liz Truss and Alan Mak

Justice secretary praises our campaign calling for tougher sentences for killer drivers

The justice secretary has praised our campaign calling for tougher sentences for those who kill on the roads.

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Web shoppers warned over Facebook Marketplace fraud

Web shoppers warned over Facebook Marketplace fraud

Internet shoppers are being warned of a potential scam involving Facebook’s Marketplace.

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Rye Hill Golf Club open again after refurbishment NNL-161120-153638009

New training facility and upgrades for Rye Hill

Rye Hill Golf Club has undergone a quarter of a million pound makeover, improving golf course management and upgrading the clubhouse.

Nico Rosberg picks up his award

Rosberg honoured at end of year awards night

The newly-crowned Formula One World Champion Nico Rosberg was honoured at the 2016 AUTOSPORT Awards.

The newly restored organ at St James the Less Church, Sulgrave. Andrew Dixon and Libbie Foster, members of the organ restoration committee. NNL-160612-144816009

Sulgrave’s 124-year-old restored organ to sing again after 10 years of silence

A church organ which has been gathering dust will be played for the first time in 10 years following its restoration.


WATCH: InVINCEable Banbury tortoise loves his Lego wheel, now watch him go!

A tortoise, crippled in an attack by a dog, has been given his mobility back by a Lego wheel.


HMIC report ranks Thames Valley Police as ‘good’

An inspection of Thames Valley Police has ranked the force as ‘good’ when it comes to public confidence.

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The Tour de Trigs endurance hike returns

This weekend sees the 47nd running of the extreme hiking challenge the Tour de Trigs.

Police news

Over 400 claims of police abusing power for sexual gain in two years, watchdog reveals

Hundreds of police officers have been accused of abusing their power to sexually exploit people, including vulnerable victims of crime, a damning report has revealed.

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Vi Whetter with the letter from The Queen

Vi’s Royal reply

Juniper House care home in Brackley has received a letter from Buckingham Palace after sending a poem by resident Vi Whetter in honour of the Queen’s 90th birthday.

Councillor says Oxfordshire STP will ‘seriously damaged health of people’

Councillor says Oxfordshire STP will ‘seriously damaged health of people’

Members of local authorities are being put under increasing pressure to inspect and reject plans that would downgrade the Horton and other NHS services in the county.

Banbury Nightingales

Your chance to sing along with the Nightingales

Banbury Nightingales invite you to their annual Singalong Christmas Concert on Saturday, at the RVS Cornhill Centre, on Castle Street.

The Chipping Norton squad with their new kit and footballs

Fairtrade footballs for Chipping Norton Town

Chipping Norton Town Football Club has been kitted out with Bala Fairtrade footballs and training bibs, thanks to local telecoms provider The Phone Co-op.

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