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The first new railway built in more than 100 years has led to misery for thousands, according to commuters.
Today the company behind the new route from Oxford to London apologised after complaints that it's led to a worse service for others along the route in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
The number of tourists visiting Oxfordshire soared last year according to new figures.
A total of 26.7 million visitors spent an estimated £1.8 billion in the county, according to the tourist authority Experience Oxfordshire. That's an increase of nearly 3% on the previous year.
Attractions including those connected with ITV series Midsomer Murders, Morse and Lewis, which all attract overseas visitors to locations in the county, helped boost the numbers.
The number of day trips increased as did the total of people staying in the county for one night, despite that figure dropping nationally.
What's the definition of chocolate?
Not a difficult question you'd think - but it took the European Union 15 years to come up with an answer.
That was just one revelation during a special debate at the Oxford Union on whether we should stay in the EU - or leave.
And centre stage was southeast MEP Nigel Farage - taking on the former President of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso.
Another familiar face was there too - the former Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg.
Our political correspondent Phil Hornby was watching.
Scientists in Oxfordshire say they are closer than ever to finding new drugs to treat diseases like Alzheimers and Parkinsons.
Researchers at the Diamond Light Source in Harwell believe a new technique could help them speed up the process of drug development.
Kate Bunkall has been speaking with Professor Andrew Harrison, the CEO of Diamond Light Source and Professor Dave Stuart of the University of Oxford.
Fifteen thousand pairs of socks and underwear will be delivered to refugees in Serbia to help fight the cold this winter. The Oxford-based charity Oxfam needs help from local suppliers and they'll be bought using donations. Aid workers are also hoping to replace children's summer shoes with more practical winter ones.
Dobrivoje Stancic, Oxfam's humanitarian affairs co-ordinator in Serbia, said: "We have to be aware that our fund just cannot help everyone and identify every single person in need but what we can do is try to reach out as much as possible."
Oxfam has already organised several distributions to those caught up in the war torn country. Although few of the children at one distribution point were barefoot many wore flimsy sports shoes unsuitable for snow. Oxfam handed out thousands of pairs of socks and underwear in one day at a service station serving as a muster point about 15 minutes from Serbia's Croatian border
Three-month-old Maxwell Steer was the guest of honour today, at a very special party. He's the ten thousandth baby to be born thanks to the work of Oxford Fertility - a clinic which treats people both privately and on the NHS. The clinic is celebrating its thirtieth birthday. Kate Bunkall went to meet Maxwell and his parents.
A band of Royal Marine reservists have been canoeing from their former home in Henley to their new home in Oxford.
The new unit opens today and will compliment the other locations in Portsmouth, Henley and Cambridge. It will become a specialist training centre. Today's opening also marks the 351st birthday of the Royal Marines.
The reservists have been rowing since Tuesday lunchtime and will pitch up near the site of the new centre at lunchtime today for a special launch ceremony.
The first commuter train from Oxford Parkway has arrived in London seven minutes late. Signalling problems on the Marylebone line led to minor delays.
A builder who fell off a roof became impaled on a piece of scaffolding below.
Emergency crews rescued the man after he fell from the the top level of scaffolding on a building in Haddenham.
The incident happened in Rudd's Lane just after 12pm
The man suffered puncture wounds to his back and was taken to John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.