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REVEALED: How to get money off Amazon purchases before the Boxing Day sales

Looking to bag a bargain before the Boxing Day sales start?

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Blenheim Palace ‘contributes £90m to UK economy annually’

A university survey has revealed Blenheim Palace contributes nearly £90m to the economy annually.

Business
Johnston Press awarded funding from Google Innovation Initiative

Johnston Press awarded funding from Google Innovation Initiative

This newspaper, published by Johnston Press, today announces that it has won two separate grants from the Digital News Initiative Innovation Fund, which is backed by Google.

Business
Holloway's of Banbury are selling a Dickin Medal and associated paperwork with photos, won by carrier pigeon, Princess, in WWII. NNL-171128-161930009

Rare Second World War medal for pigeon is sold at Banbury auctioneer

A rare wartime medal which was awarded to a carrier pigeon for her contribution to the allied effort during the Second World War has sold at auction for £7,200.

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Christmas benefits 2017 to be paid EARLY - these are the dates you can expect them

Christmas benefits 2017 to be paid EARLY - these are the dates you can expect them

Christmas can usually be a difficult time financially but it’s especially tough if you’re relying on benefits.

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Police tape

Stolen council 4x4 used to ram raid Chipping Norton Aldi

The Aldi supermarket in Chipping Norton was ram raided using a stolen council Land Rover last night, according to police.

Crime
Jess de Ayala and Jamie Worth from Amazon Banbury with Leo Bell, six, Ruby Golder, six, and Kelsie Gillet-Hill, six, after helping out at William Morris Primary School's Magic Breakfast Club. Photo: Dave Fleming NNL-171112-170501001

Breakfast club at Banbury primary school kept well fed by Amazon

Banbury pupils were surprised by the team from the town’s Amazon depot to celebrate a new funding partnership for its breakfast club.

Education
An Austin Powers-inspired snowman from Tony Dedman NNL-171112-100936001

Disruption continues across Banburyshire after heavy snow

The heavy snow that covered Banburyshire in white continues to cause disruption today (Monday, December 11).

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From the left, Ian Bramble (Roger Coy Partnership), Cllr Liz Griffin (Daventry District Council), Cllr Colin Poole (Daventry District Council). Back, from the left, Luke Abbott (Roger Coy Partnership), Cllr Chris Millar (Daventry District Council), Gary Underhill (Daventry District Council) outside the Victorian railway tunnel at Catesby. NNL-170712-141450001

Full steam ahead for conversion of Victorian Catesby rail tunnel

Work is underway on a world-class aerodynamic testing facility in a disused Victorian railway tunnel.

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Aldi recall

Aldi recalls food product because it could contain small pieces of hard plastic

Aldi has recalled one of its food products owing to worries that it may be contaminated with small pieces of hard plastic.

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Baby Rockit Apples from Marks and Spencer

M&S slammed over “irresponsible” plastic apple packaging

Marks & Spencer has been slammed by shoppers and scientists for selling apples in a plastic TUBE - so they can fit in car cup holders.

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Star Wars toys

Do you have valuable Star Wars toys in the attic?

With the latest instalment of Star Wars series ‘The Last Jedi’ due for release next week, the Force could be with Star Wars fans who have valuable vintage action figures.

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Poundland have launched a �1 chocolate bar, Twin Peaks

Poundland launches Toblerone-style treat with 20 per cent more chocolate after court battle

Poundland has finally launched its £1 ‘Twin Peaks’ Toblerone-style chocolate bar this week after a lengthy legal wrangle over its shape and packaging.

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Banbury care worker the face of recruitment drive

A Banbury-based care worker is one of the faces of a campaign to encourage people to enter the caring profession.

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Product warning

Next recall children’s coats over choking fears

Next have recalled a pair of children’s coats following the discovery that they could present a choking hazard.

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Morrisons

Morrison’s recalls chicken pies - because the filling contains fish and mustard

Supermarket giant Morrison’s has pulled its chicken and mushroom pies off its shelves - because some are actually fish pies.

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Longford Park, Banbury, from Bankside. NNL-170606-160829009

Longford Park hall work set to start

Building work is due to start on a community hall for the Longford Park housing estate next week.

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Traders in Parsons Street back Small Business Saturday, with The Artery owner Barry Whitehouse on the right. NNL-171128-125421009

Use free parking in Banbury to make most of independent businesses

Shoppers are urged to support the wide variety of independent businesses in Banbury as motorists can park for free in council-run car parks today (Saturday, December 2).

Business
Traders in Parsons Street back Small Business Saturday, with The Artery owner Barry Whitehouse on the right. NNL-171128-125421009

Shopping in an Indie Wonderland: Fun song to promote Small Business Saturday in Banbury

One of the stalwarts of Banbury Old Town has recorded a fun song tweaking the words to ‘Walking in a Winter Wonderland’ to promote Small Business Saturday tomorrow.

Business
NatWest

NatWest closures: Banbury branch spared but Chipping Norton’s will shut

NatWest in Banbury will be spared but Chipping Norton’s branch will close along with 258 others across the UK.

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