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- Bath pub manager 'worried' about large party bookings
- South Somerset Council: Battery bank generates cash for frontline services
- Coronavirus: Is it the right time for pubs to reopen?
- Weston-super-Mare stabbing: Family tribute to 'gentle' man
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- Portsmouth v Oxford United
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- EFL play-offs: League One teams prepare to return for final promotion spot
- Anthony Joyce death: Second arrest in Oxford murder probe
- Plan to turn Oxford's department store Boswells into hotel
- PC Andrew Harper murder trial: Jurors visit death scene
- Oxford murder accused appears in court
- Oxford University will interview prospective candidates online
- Oxford travellers' site death: Man charged with murder
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- Coronavirus: How will London's economy look after lockdown?
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- Islington shooting: Man in 20s shot dead
- Coronavirus: Pubs, restaurants and hairdressers reopen in England
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Sue Zirps from Age UK answers some of your questions about shielding restrictions.
Live coverage of Friday's League One play-off semi-final first leg between Portsmouth and Oxford United.
Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response.
After a three-month absence, League One action resumes for the play-offs. BBC Sport takes a look at how the protagonists have prepared.
A 21-year-old is accused of assisting an offender in relation to the death of Anthony Joyce in Oxford.
Reef Group says The Store will provide "excellent facilities while respecting the site's heritage".
Jurors leave the Old Bailey to visit the scene where PC Andrew Harper was dragged to his death.
John Francis Joyce is remanded in custody after appearing in front of city magistrates.
Around 10,000 prospective students would normally attend the university for interviews.
John Francis Joyce is accused of murdering a 33-year-old man who died from a head injury.
BMW, which owns the car plant, is "monitoring the situation closely" after the confirmed cases.
Oxford United captain John Mousinho agrees a one-year contract extension at the Kassam Stadium.
A 30-year-old man from Oxford is arrested on suspicion of murder and remains in custody.
With museums reopening in July, the return of looted cultural objects is in the spotlight again.
More than a million people signed a petition about the case of 12-year-old Shukri Yahye-Abdi.
Tom, James and John Eaton want to thank Severn Hospice for the care it gave sister Nicola Milton.
Oriel College has agreed to take it down, but an independent inquiry is expected to take six months.
"Late night get-togethers" are blamed for creating tonnes of waste at Port Meadow in Oxford.
The move follows complaints "gangs of people" have been illegally accessing the disused quarry.
A policeman says the driver of the car dragging PC Harper "deliberately" drove straight at him.