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Banbury Thatcher taking tradition to the USA

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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

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Banbury Samaritans 33 Albert Street NNL-160718-105315001

Give the gift of listening this Christmas

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NBWA wrestler Joey Ozbourne

Get back in the ring this weekend at Banbury United FC

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

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

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Web shoppers warned over Facebook Marketplace fraud

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New training facility and upgrades for Rye Hill

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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

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

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

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DRIVE FOR JUSTICE CAMPAIGN: Number of driving bans handed out by courts falls by 62%

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DRIVE FOR JUSTICE CAMPAIGN: Max sentence for death by dangerous driving may be increased to 20 years

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The A422 close to the scene of the collision

Two drivers seriously injured after three car crash near Brackley

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Key road safety charities back our Drive for Justice campaign

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Web shoppers warned over Facebook Marketplace fraud

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HMIC report ranks Thames Valley Police as ‘good’

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

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Banbury Police Officer fired

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The Warriner School to appear in annual review of education

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Sixth formers in Blessed George Napier School's Amnesty International Youth Group who are campaigning to save the Human Rights Act. NNL-161129-113222001

Blessed George Napier students campaign to protect human rights act

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Aston Martin visit Banbury Academy NNL-161113-142842001

Supercar inspiration for school students

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Schools have installed surveillance software on pupils' own devices, a report has found

Three quarters of secondary schools ‘spying on pupils’ devices

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Its true - women really do have better memories than men

It’s true - women really do have better memories than men

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Supermarket recalls steak over allergy fears

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David Bowie at Friars, July 15, 1972

Campaign to fund world’s first David Bowie statue falling short with 24 hours to go

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Park Gardens development gets underway NNL-161128-111520001

Banbury and Bicester college site begins its transformation

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Shops ‘could be a thing of the past’ by 2050

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The Warriner School to appear in annual review of education

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Andrea Leadsom MP NNL-161128-132936001

MP joins calls for single public consultation for Horton General

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Keith Strangwood at The Horton General Hospital, Maternity Unit, in Banbury. NNL-160706-143901009

Anger over delay in examination of plans to cut Banbury’s Horton Hospital services

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Sixth formers in Blessed George Napier School's Amnesty International Youth Group who are campaigning to save the Human Rights Act. NNL-161129-113222001

Blessed George Napier students campaign to protect human rights act

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Children now drink a bath full of sugary drinks every year

Children now drink a bath full of sugary drinks every year

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REVEALED: The most common sofa stains and shocking fact that 1 in 10 never clean them

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Miscanthus also known as Elephant Grass NNL-161024-131929001

The biomass crop allowing farmers to profit from hard to grow on land

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VIDEO: Smelly STD-riddled ladybirds invading homes

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

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The Horton General Hospital, Banbury.  NNL-160816-115751009

A&E journeys from Banbury to Oxford would be ‘madness’

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Middleton Cheney Surgery. NNL-161025-152451009

‘Make us your first port of call’ urges village’s new pharmacy manager

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The opening of Horton General Hospital's endoscopy unit. Left to right, Sue Kershaw (Sister, Endoscopy), Dame Fiona Caldicott (Chairman, Oxford University Hospitals), Julia Wood (Matron, Endoscopy), Dr Jonathan Marshall (Clinical Lead, Endoscopy). NNL-161129-102731001

Horton’s Endoscopy unit opens after £2.7 million revamp

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