CCTV captured the incident on Appleford Drive just after 1am on Tuesday January 7.Read the full story ›
A couple say they're shocked that their petition to raise awareness over IVF treatment has been shelved, due to the general election.Read the full story ›
Two men have been sentenced to prison for their part in a failed attempt to steal a cash machine in Abingdon.Read the full story ›
A childless couple from Oxfordshire who were told they could only get funding for one round of IVF have launched a petition to change that.Read the full story ›
Oxford County Council are still concerned about the plans for a new reservoir in Abingdon following a second consultation.Read the full story ›
Layla Moran from Oxfordshire is one of the favourites to succeed Sir Vince Cable when he steps down - probably next year.Read the full story ›
Plans are afoot to renovate what is left of Abingdon Abbey and transform one of Oxfordshire's most historic sites.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses to a suspected arson at a charity shop in Oxfordshire.
Emergency services were called to a fire at the Acacia charity shop in Market Street, Abingdon, in the early hours of this morning, at 3.53am.
No one was injured and investigations are underway to identify the cause of the blaze - though it's believed to have been started as a result of arson.
No arrests have been made, and officers remain at the scene. They're asking anyone with information to contact them on 101 quoting reference 'URN 113 (25/9)'.
An Oxfordshire-based charity, Riding for the Disabled, has become so popular that it's now hoping to move to a larger facility.
It's a centre which has been helping disabled children for nearly 30 years and was originally opened by the Princess Royal.
It's the relationship between the children and the horses that makes all the difference.
Our reporter Cary Johnston went along to their centre near Abingdon, to find out more about the work they do.
Cary spoke to parents Colin Mills, Su Coulthard and Kaylene Potter. He also spoke to Ann Barlow from Riding for the Disabled Association in Abingdon and horse rider Isobel Mills.
Until 2010, the constituency looked a fairly safe seat for the Lib Dems. But the Conservatives took it and won again in 2015.Read the full story ›