A mechanic has created an adult version of the classic children's toy car the Cozy Coupe - which can do 0 to 60mph in just 17 seconds.
A £67 million push to get cutting-edge technology products on to the market has been announced by the Chancellor to boost Oxford's economy.
A senior police officer in the hacking inquiry has defended a dawn raid on Rebekah Brooks's home in search of "hidden" potential evidence.
The A417 London Road is closed due to flooding at West Hagbourne Road. Affecting traffic between Harwell and Goring. Expect delays.
The A4130 is closed in both directions at Didcot due to a two vehicle accident between Wallingford Road (Didcot) and Didcot Road (Wallingford). Emergency services are on the scene.
We hear a lot about soaring house prices here in the South, and the problems people are facing getting onto the housing ladder. But how much would you pay for a property that's just ten feet wide, and ten feet tall?
Well, Cary Johnston went to visit the Oxfordshire home that gives a whole new meaning to the phrase 'down-sizing.'
Two senior managers of a failing hospital have announced they're stepping down from their posts.
Chairman Denise Harker and Chief Executive Mark Devlin were in charge of the Medway Martime Hospital in Gillingham. The hospital has been criticised in a number of reports about patient safety - and has been put on special measures and told to improve.
Nicola Blackwood said: "The Chancellor's announcement today is a great vote of confidence in Oxfordshire's scientists andinnovators, who are already world leaders in their fields."
"From a Government that has clearly demonstrated its long term commitment to Science and Innovation as a key economic priority for Britain, £67m for our local innovation sends a clear message that Oxfordshire has the potential to be an innovation powerhouse for Britain."
"The City Deal funding has been granted because we have demonstrated we are a good investment."
On his visit to Oxfordshire, the Chancellor George Osborne said that investment in innovative new technologies is key to economic growth.
David Cameron has led tributes to record-breaking athlete and Tory former minister Sir Christopher Chataway, describing him as "one of a kind" and a "great Briton".
Sir Christopher, who acted as a pacemaker in Oxford to help Sir Roger Bannister become the first man to break the four-minute mile barrier in 1954, died aged 82.
He died at around 7am today at St John's Hospice in north west London having suffered from cancer for two and a half years, his son Mark Chataway said.