Letters from J.R.R. Tolkien to Deddington Library are returned after being loaned out in 2000. 1956 correspondence will now go on display.
• Earl of Wessex has lunch in the Turl Street Kitchen on visit to Oxford
Man arrested on suspicion of murder has been released on police bail until 18th April.
Ralph Fiennes makes last minute cancellation of a scheduled Q&A session at Phoenix Picturehouse
Pupils and public line streets to greet Kate Middleton
College authorities say no to hosting Halfway Hall, students organise alternative black-tie event at prestigious Indian eatery
Professor Trigg authors new book worries freedom of religious expression under threat from Western secularism
The Olympic torch will be brought to Iffley Road stadium by three members of the University on its journey around the UK.
Decorators pin down burglar after he is chased from St Hugh's by college lecturer
A sex trafficking couple has been arrested in Cowley as the number of potential victims of child sex exploitation doubles to as many as 50.
Sainsbury's will this Spring become the fourth supermarket in Banbury Road, prompting a petition and concern from local residents, councillors and business owners.
A don at Oxford University has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the body of Professor Steven Rawlings was found dead at his home
Victory for living wage campaign as college scouts' wages rise by up to 10.9%
Oxford City Council spent over £65,000 on emergency housing following reductions in housing benefits
Council applies for strictest legal cap avaliable on bus emissions
Three-storey house severly damaged by fire
Bishop of Oxford ran across coals heated to 1,200 degrees centigrade in a "firewalk" to raise money for two local charities
Jamal's Indian restuarant in Jericho was closed by Oxford City Council after neighbours complained of mice.
Local residents are opposing attempts by O2 Academy, the music venue which hosts Wednesday's 'Fuzzy Ducks', to open earlier every day, and to close later on Sundays.