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Men arrested after Banbury stabbing

Two men have been arrested after a disturbance in Banbury on Monday night left one man with stab wounds. Between 6pm and 6.20pm yesterday, May 22, there was an incident of disorder reported in Prescott Avenue involving several men, one of who received st

yesterday, 15:46 in Regional West
 

Manchester attack: Homeless man rushes to help, cradles dying woman in his arms

A homeless man who rushed into the Manchester Arena in the wake of the terror attack has described how he helped a girl with no legs and cradled a dying 60-year-old woman. Chris Parker, who has been sleeping rough in Manchester for about a year, said tha

yesterday, 13:43 in Regional West
 

Mum hits out at school bans on fidget spinners

A mum who claims a fidget spinner proved a “miraculous” help to her son’s ability to learn has hit out at schools choosing to ban the gadgets. The young pupil who attends school in Milton Keynes was given a lunchtime detention after fiddling with his £5

yesterday, 13:24 in Regional West
 

Coeliac disease isn’t stopping one Middle Barton boy’s cross-UK bike ride

An 11-year-old boy who was diagnosed with Coeliac Disease last year is to ride across the country to raise money for the charity that helped him and his family adjust to the condition. Archie Street, accompanied by his father Matt and friend Graeme Ashwo

yesterday, 12:27 in Regional West
 

M40 northbound between Banbury and Gaydon closed after fatal collision involving three lorries

A man has died in a collision on the M40 in Warwickshire this morning (Tuesday May 23). The collision happened between junctions 11 and 12 northbound near Burton Dassett at about 2.30am and involved three lorries. The driver of one of the lorries died at

yesterday, 11:03 in Regional West
 

Banbury Advice Centre warns of telephone scams

Banbury residents are being warned of a complex phone scam that could con them out of hundreds of pounds. Banburyshire Advice Centre, located in the Cherwell Business Village on the Southam Road, say the area is being targeted by a scam where callers ide

yesterday, 09:07 in Regional West
 

WEATHER: Wave of warm weather to bring highest temperatures since last September

A wave of warm weather is on the way with our area set to bask in the hottest temperatures since last autumn. Unfortunately for most workers, the best of the weather will be during the week with highs of up to 27C (80.6F) expected on Friday. Much of Engl

Monday, 12:45 in Regional West
 

TV show looking for Real-life Romeo and Juliets

A new TV series is looking to talk to couples whose love goes against their parents or families wishes. Love Against The Odds aims to look at how British culture is changing through the love and relationships of the country’s young couples. The show’s pr

Monday, 10:58 in Regional West
 

Who should I vote for?

With less than two weeks until the General Election it’s about time you decided you will get your vote. Whether you’re already a Tory, Labour or Liberal Democrat supporter, do our general election quiz to see which major party policies you agree the most

Monday, 10:47 in Regional West
 

Experts warn of an upcoming ‘bumper season’ for insects over the summer

Hordes of pesky visitors could be invading homes this summer as freak weather conditions will mean a bumper season - for INSECTS, experts say. An exceptionally mild winter, combined with an early and warm start to spring, have created ideal breeding cond

Monday, 06:22 in Regional West
 

Supermarket recalls chicken tikka chunks which may contain glass

SPAR is recalling its Tikka Chicken Chunks because it may contain small pieces of glass. This could of course present a safety risk, so the supermarket has advised customers to not eat the product - instead returning it to the store from where it was pur

Monday, 06:22 in Regional West
 

Going without sleep could make you lonely

Young Britons are putting themselves at risk of loneliness by going without sleep, according to new research. Normally associated with getting older, scientists have found a link between feelings of isolation and teenagers failing to get enough shut eye.

Monday, 06:22 in Regional West
 

Steeple Aston’s pothole problem can no longer be ducked

Residents of Steeple Aston took an unusual step to emphasise the continued problem with potholes in the village by filling them with miniature rubber ducks. South Side, the main road through the village, has been problematic for drivers and pedestrians a

Sunday, 06:47 in Regional West
 

A fitting tribute to Hornton’s fallen

Hornton soldiers who served and died in World War One will be commemorated 100 years after the war ended, with a new memorial created from a stone unearthed in the village where they lived. The owners of a building site in the village have donated a huge

Sunday, 06:47 in Regional West
 

The Adventurer, The Unwinder… five types of holidaymaker

Millions of us know exactly what we are going to do on holiday - absolutely nothing. New research discovered five different holiday types and showed that four out of every 10 Brits plan to relax completely on their next getaway - the classic “unwinder”.

Sunday, 06:47 in Regional West
 
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