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Police launch fresh appeal for missing man last seen in the Banbury area

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Events across Banbury will celebrate the older generation

Week of events planned to celebrate Banbury’s older generation

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Banbury Dancers (L-R) Anna Dahlman, Eve Townsley, Lauren Wade, Anna Blackmore, Millie Lock, Ella Stephenson, Elizabeth Hogben, Phoebe Sunga (photo Ben Garner) NNL-160928-122300001

Banbury ballerinas selected by English Youth Ballet

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Tim Tarby-Donald cuts the ribbon to open White Stuff store on High Street with Store Manager Susie Barrass and staff Beth Blakeley and Katie Gray NNL-160925-100715009

White Stuff store opens and partners with BYHP

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Gaydon Fire Station is officially opened

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Banbury’s Prodrive introduce world’s lightest folding bicycle

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Honour for our hospice founder

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Future of vandalised Princess Diana Park is under threat

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Indian summer on the way?

Indian summer on its way as high temperatures continue

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MHBG-10-10-13 Canal Day

Banbury Canal Day
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Celebrate Banbury’s historic waterway at Sunday’s canal day

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Celebrate Banbury’s historic waterway at Sunday’s canal day

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Witness appeal after fatal crash

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The cars most likely to be written off

Top 10 cars most likely to have been written off revealed

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Tallulah worked in La Piazza

Friends pay tribute to ‘always smiling’ teen killed in car crash

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Future of vandalised Princess Diana Park is under threat

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John Greenway

Tysoe man continued downloading child abuse images after sentencing

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Police are appealing for witnesses to the assault

Police appeal for information after Banbury robbery

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Thames Vappey Police issue re-appeal for wanted man

Police issue re-appeal for man who last lived in Banbury

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Top tips from an Olympian

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Bishop Colin, (left) presents a Barnabas Bible to St Mary's CE School after a SIAMS inspection marks improvements. From left are Bishop Colin, Sarah Di Giorno, Co-ordinator for RE and Collective Worship, Headteacher Victoria Woods, the Revd Philip  Cochrane, the Vicar of St Mary's Church, Banbury and Anne Davey, Director of Education at the Diocese of Oxford. NNL-160709-153749001

Banbury’s St Mary’s school sees improvements

Education
Toby Spence, new headteacher of Sibford School. NNL-160913-164120001

School welcomes new headteacher

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Top 10 things kids think you should have nailed before you turn 30

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Michelle Patterson offers students Natalia Meade and Cayci Heath advice after their GCSE results

Apprenticeships offer a different career path after GCSEs

Education

White Stuff store opens and partners with BYHP

Business
MHBG-10-10-13 Canal Day

Banbury Canal Day
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Celebrate Banbury’s historic waterway at Sunday’s canal day

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Product warning

Quorn product recalled from supermarkets over presence of egg

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B&Q recall

B&Q issues recall over injury risk

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By-election to be held for former prime minister David Cameron’s constituency

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Conservative MP Andrew McHugh NNL-160923-133517001

Conservatives romp to victory in Banbury by-election

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Victoria Prentis with Keith Strangwood and Kate Spencer of Keep the Horton General NNL-160816-112049001

Banbury MP fears ‘lives will be lost’ following Horton downgrade

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Debate continues over council reform

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Victorial Prentis MP is facing changes to her constituency boundaries. NNL-151015-144539001

Boundary Commission releases draft proposals for constituency border changes

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Plague of 200 billion giant daddy longlegs on the way

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Hay fever cases set to soar across Europe

Hay fever cases set to soar across Europe

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Hennef Way, in Banbury is an air pollution hot spot. NNL-160113-095734001

Plan of action for pollution hot spots

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Sleepiness linked to traffic noise and pollution

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Outdated microchips could lead to dogs being put down

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Graham Teager, MS sufferer from Brackley, has lost the equipment he uses at the local gym. NNL-160920-102908009

Brackley MS sufferer threatens Human Rights action over loss of gym equipment

Health
A little Pug: cute, or disfigured?  Credit: Shutterstock

The breeds of dogs vets are urging owners to avoid

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Introducing egg and peanut at early stage to babies may reduce the risk of developing an allergy to either foodstuff. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Feeding egg and peanuts to young infants “reduces allergy risk”

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Cuddling cats may be deadly, according to new research.

Cuddling cats could be deadly

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