Doctors investigating the death of Dr David Kelly wrote to the Chief Coroner today calling for his inquest to be resumed.
People against the proposed new High Speed Rail Link HS2 through Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire will protest at compensation roadshows.
There was a problem last year with the level crossing barriers at Sandy Lane in Yarnton in Oxfordshire where a man died on Wednesday.
An inquest will be opened tomorrow into the death of a toddler who was found dead at her home in Bicester.
Sarah Dahane was found by police in Herald Way, Glory Farm, last Thursday.
Police said yesterday that the death was being treated as murder and that her mother Angela Whitworth, who is believed to have fled to Kenya, is a suspect.
The inquest will be opened by the Oxfordshire Coroner at Oxford's County Hall.
– Ian Hunter, Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Chief Inspector
This investigation is on-going and we will continue to gather evidence to determine how and why Sarah died. We are working with the Crown Prosecution Service to consider appropriate options including the potential for possible extradition proceedings in the future.
More than 460,000 people in the South East are now choosing to walk to work instead of driving.
Our region has the highest number ofpeople walking to work with Brighton, Oxford, Isle of Wight, Reading and Portsmouth claiming the top five positions in the South.
Brighton and Hove have the highest proportion of residents who walk to work at 20.6% as opposed to Surrey who have the lowest at 6.2%.
Research from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy shows that across our region 10.9% commute on foot, slightly above the national average of 10.7%
Thousands of rail commuters in the Thames Valley will have the choice of how to travel from Oxfordshire to London after plans for a new rail line costing £150 million pounds was approved.
The scheme will double the track between Oxford and Bicester - and build a new link between Bicester and London Marylebone. It will be the first new line linking London and a major city in a century.
And, unlike the controversial High Speed Two Rail link project, this scheme has more local support - but not from everyone, as Chris Maughan reports.
The trial of a man accused of murdering his wife at their family home in Oxfordshire is expected to start.
Andrew Parsons allegedly stabbed his wife Janee at their house in Lucerne Avenue, Bicester.
The 38-year-old denied murder at Oxford Crown Court in February, and will stand trial at the same court.
American-born Mrs Parsons was found by police after they were called to the detached home last December.
Despite attempts by officers and ambulance staff to resuscitate her, the 31-year-old was declared dead at hospital.
A post-mortem examination found the mother of two died from multiple stab wounds.
It's a question that has been the cause of much debate. Was King Arthur a real historical figure or a myth? According to medieval history, he led Britons to repel saxon invaders in the 5th & 6th centuries. His story complete with knights, dragons and magic has developed over the centuries.
Now historians have established the first written mention of the legendary King came through work done in Oxfordshire. Penny Silvester reports.
Corporal William Savage, Fusilier Samuel Flint and Private Robert Hetherington have been repatriated back to the UK from Afghanistan.
The soliders were travelling in a Mastiff armoured vehicle when it hit a roadside bomb on a routine patrol in Nahr-e Saraj, Helmand Province.
The family of Robert Hetherington have requested that the media do not show images of the soldier's coffin.
Oxford is one of the best universities in the world for seven subjects, according to a new league table. Oxford was ranked the top performing institution in the latest QS World Univeristy Rankings.
The university came first place in four subjects; Philosophy, Modern Languages, Geography and English Language and Literature.
A two-year-old child has been rescued after climbing onto the roof of a hotel in Oxfordshire. The toddler had used a ladder to get to the roof at the Tree Hotel in Iffley. A passer-by climbed up a drainpipe to rescue the child who was perched on the edge of the roof.
A two-year-old child had to be rescued after climbing on to a hotel roof in Oxfordshire.
The toddler had climbed a ladder, walked across a flat roof and onto the ridge of a high pitched roof at the Tree Hotel in Iffley.
A passer-by climbed up a drainpipe and onto the pitched roof to the child who was perched on the ridge.
When the Fire Service arrived, they were confronted with a man holding a child stuck on the roof and a female, thought to be the mother, also stuck on the roof having tried to reach the child.
The Fire Service, using ladders, rescued the child and the two adults and handed the toddler back to the shocked parents. FF Morbey said “The brave actions of the member of the public made sure that the child was safe and the Fire Service could bring everyone down to the ground.”
Sir Richard was with the ground team in the Mojave Desert in New Mexico to witness what he describes as 'the single most important flight test to date' for Virgin Galactic space travel programme. Two key elements of their spaceflight system came together today. The spacecraft and its rocket motor.
Both had been extensively on their own over several years, this was the first time they'd been tested together. Sir Richard praised the work of the team working on the project to reach this milestone.