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A man who was morbidly obese and was ‘teased and mocked’ decided to turn his life around by becoming a runner and will take part in an epic 24-hour 100km race. Andy Vanderberg, 30, from Oxfo... Read more
The dreams of one of Oxford’s keenest young bus enthusiasts came true as he enjoyed a memorable day behind the scenes at one of the county’s largest bus firms. Fourteen-year-old Ciaran Bird,... Read more
A campaign encouraging young people to ‘be nice online’ made a stop in Oxford as part of a national tour to tackle bullying. The pupils at John Henry Newman Academy in Littlemore and West Ox... Read more
A group came together to spread a message of unity following an alleged racial attack in a park. Up to 300 people joined a community walk on Friday against racism in Florence Park, Cowley, f... Read more
A SCHOOL in Wallingford has raised money to purchase life-saving equipment for the town. Fir Tree School recently held a 5km run to raise funds to buy a new defibrillator for the town. The s... Read more
A FLOTILLA of 2,000 tiny paper boats made by refugee groups ‘sailed’ across Oxford to represent the perilous journeys asylum seekers make to find sanctuary. A temporary art installation that... Read more
Runners were showered with rainbow coloured powdered paint on Saturday as hundreds of people gathered in Cutteslowe Park for a charity event. More than 700 racers took part in the Helen... Read more