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BBC want ex-couples to take part in exciting new show

How do you get on with your ex? Could you sit down over a meal to have a frank, honest conversation about your past relationship – and all while the cameras are rolling?

McDonald’s Monopoly to start next week

McDonald’s Monopoly to start next week

Not so long ago the Happy Meal toy was the best freebie available at McDonald’s but diners now have the chance to win thousands of prizes, including £100,000, as McDonald’s Monopoly WiiiiN! returns next week.

Primark recalls cushions that pose potential fire risk

Primark recalls cushions that pose potential fire risk

Fashion retailer Primark are recalling a number of cushions as a precaution after a fire risk was revealed.

Some of the Bridge Street buildings appraised before demolition to make way for the shopping centre

LOOK BACK WITH LITTLE: Survey stirs thoughts of life before Castle Quay

In 1996 and 1997 the Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit was invited to appraise buildings in Bridge Street and Mill Lane prior to Banbury town centre redevelopment which resulted in Castle Quay shopping centre.

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Superhero egg hunt around Banbury Old Town this Easter

Shoppers are encouraged to celebrate Banbury’s independent stores by taking part in a heroes egg trail around Parsons Street this Easter.

Brian Wilson co founder of the Beach Boys playing Cropredy this year

Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson to play Fairport’s Cropredy show

This year’s Fairport’s Cropredy Convention is to be one of the most iconic yet as the Beach Boys’ co-founder Brian Wilson headlines the opening night show.

Raymond Morgan was jailed for life over the murder of Mark Pawley in Banbury. Photo: Thames Valley Police NNL-180316-150654001

Banbury murderer sentenced to life in jail over ‘savage’ attack

A Banbury man found guilty of murder was sentenced to life in prison with a minimum of 19 years today (Friday, March 16).


Met Office extends severe weather warning for snow across the entire weekend

A severe weather warning for snow has been extended by forecasters throughout Saturday and Sunday.


Shipston is ‘best place to live in Midlands’ for second year

Shipston has been named as the best place to live in the Midlands for the second consecutive year by The Sunday Times, it is revealed today (Friday, March 16).

Bloxham Road was shut by police after a boy was hit by a car. Photo: Thames Valley Police NNL-180316-115121001

UPDATE: Schoolboy injured after being hit by car in Banbury

A boy was injured after being hit by a car while crossing the road to go to school earlier this morning (Friday, March 16).

Joseph Biben, manager of The Chandler's Arms in Epwell, struggled when the village was without water on Saturday. Photo: Jake McNulty NNL-180313-135255009

‘Nightmare’: Many in Banburyshire without water for hours after burst pipe

Many people were without running water for parts of last week and at the weekend in rural north Oxfordshire.

Alan Mak, MP, with Sam Fulcher and Derek Burton of Cougar Automation

Job fair graduate leads firm’s technological drive

A GRADUATE who found work at a Havant jobs fair has been spearheading a project to develop cutting-edge, new technology.

The Spar in Bodicote was ram-raided in an attempt to steal the ATM NNL-180314-162856001

UPDATED: Hundreds donated for Bodicote shop after ram-raid

Nearly £3,000 has been donated after a shop in Bodicote was ram-raided in the early hours of this morning (Wednesday, March 14).

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Banbury man found guilty of murder

A man accused of murdering two people in Banbury has been found guilty of one of the killings but acquitted of the other’s death today (Thursday, March 15).


Break-ins at two businesses on Banbury industrial estate

Two businesses on an industrial estate in Banbury were broken into last night (Wednesday, March 14).


PICTURED: Zombie blades, axes and bayonets among a host of knives surrendered in Thames Valley Police operation

Thames Valley Police has revealed pictures of some of the knives surrended as part of its Operation Sceptre.

Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital NNL-150710-123011001

Operations postponed again at JR until next week

Non-urgent operations for adults have been postponed again at the John Radcliffe Hospital until next week – but surgeries at the Horton General are not affected.

Chipping Norton rush hour traffic. NNL-180313-111031009

Traffic misery in Chipping Norton with roadworks

Drivers and residents have experienced a week of misery as a main road in Chipping Norton is closed for gas works.

Warwick Hospital GV.

Two wards at Warwick Hospital closed due to Norovirus

Two wards at Warwick Hospital have been closed to visitors.

‘Machinery of Government was turned against me’: Northamptonshire County Council leader has resigned

‘Machinery of Government was turned against me’: Northamptonshire County Council leader has resigned

The under-fire leader of Northamptonshire County Council Heather Smith has resigned.

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