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Sainsbury’s recalls sandwich fillers in food bug scare

Sainsbury’s has removed 13 of its own-brand sandwich fillers from its shelves following the discovery of food bug listeria in them.

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Derek and Mary Droscher, who are retiring from running the Banbury Folk Festival. Picture by John S Wright. NNL-170627-110845001

New era for Banbury Folk Festival as organisers retire

It will be the end of an era for Banbury Folk and Hobby Horse Festival this year after the event’s founders announced their retirement.

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Pigs at Hogwood Farm

UPDATE - VIDEO: WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT - Investigation claims local pig farm is “vision of hell”

A pig farm housing 15,000 animals in Oxhill has been described as a ‘vision of hell’.

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Tooley's Boatyard, Banbury, mural. Left, blacksmith, Jamie Simmons and right, Matt Armitage, with part of the new mural which is going on the boatyard gates. NNL-170613-163723009

Banbury’s historic boatyard looks to the future

Tooley’s Boatyard’s owner Matt Armitage is gearing up for a two-day celebration marking his 15 years in charge of the historic boatyard and is hoping to remain for 15 more.

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A Bognor Regis man has been arrested and released under investigation

Man hit with glass in Banbury pub

Police are appealing for witnesses following a fight in a Banbury town centre pub.

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One in five Brits would rather date a pet owner

One in five Brits would rather date a pet owner

One in five Brits say they would rather date someone with a pet, according to a new survey.

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It’s animal crackers at Katharine House’s Midnight Walk

Over 500 fundraisers took part in Saturday’s annual 10 mile walk to raise money for the Katharine House Hospice.

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Kineton Music Festival treasurer pleads guilty to £23,000 fraud

The former treasurer of the Kineton Music Festival has finally confessed to defrauding the organisation out of more than £23,000 over a ten-month period.

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Organic product recalled due to salmonella contamination

An organic food retailer has recalled a line of tahini because salmonella has been found in the product.

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Couch potato teens ‘as sedentary as 60-year-olds’

Couch potato teens ‘as sedentary as 60-year-olds’

Couch potato teenagers do as little exercise as 60-year olds, according to new research.

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A quarter of holidaymakers have struck disaster in Spain

A quarter of holidaymakers have struck disaster in Spain

Spain is the holiday destination where you are most likely to fall ill or have your passport or money stolen, according to new research.

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Sue Cook talks to the Sibford Ladies Lunch who raised �2000 for Alzheimers Research NNL-170619-135333001

BBC presenter regales ladies of Sibford

The ladies of Sibford were treated to a lunch and a talk by one of BBC’s most recognisable presenters.

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A third of animal owners confess to ‘throwing sickies’ to tend to poorly pet

A third of animal owners confess to ‘throwing sickies’ to tend to poorly pet

Nearly half of all animal owners confess that they’ve pulled a ‘sicky’ to pander to a poorly pet.

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Half of us don’t know our neighbours’ names, says poll

Half of us don’t know our neighbours’ names, says poll

More than half of all Brits don’t even know their neighbours’ full names, a survey has found.

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TOMY recall children’s toy over injury fears

Children’s toy manufacturer TOMY Europe has recalled a popular product over safety fears.

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Armed Forces Day, Banbury. NNL-170622-153654001

Military tradition to make comeback at Armed Forces Day in Banbury

Banbury’s Armed Forces Day on July 1 will be bringing back a military tradition similar to ones that have taken place on battlefields around the world during times of war.

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Kinks members to perform at music festival in Hook Norton

It could be a Sunny Afternoon on Saturday, July 1, when original members of The Kinks perform at Hook Norton Music At The Crossroads.

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Last link to Lloyd’s Menswear in Banbury dies

Barbara Joan Marshall, the last link to a Banbury business that stood for over 50 years, has passed away at the age of 99.

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Banbury dementia victim publishes book of poetry

A collaboration between a woman with vascular dementia and her support worker has resulted in an inspirational book of poetry.

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Cars have been left covered in a layer of red dust

Why have our cars suddenly been covered in dust?

People across the country will have woken up this morning to find their cars covered in a mysterious red dust.

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