Fri, 25th Apr 2014

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RSPCA seizes animals from cruelty case rescue centre

9:00am Friday 25th April 2014

The Oxford Times: Crunchy’s animal rescue centre when it was raided by the RSPCA in January 2012

MORE than 50 animals have been seized after inspectors again raided a site previously at the centre of an animal cruelty case.

Nightclub set to close

8:30am Friday 25th April 2014

The Oxford Times: Clems owner Luis Carrera, above, has been told he must repaint the graffiti front of the nightclub to comply with conservation area regulations. Picture: OX62066 David Fleming

Nightclub Clem’s is set to close down next month.

How redeveloped Westgate will transform Oxpens area

8:30am Friday 25th April 2014

The Oxford Times: An artist’s impression of the new Wesgate Centre, looking along Thames Street from Oxpens with the Castle Mill Stream in the foreground; Right, how the shopping centre will look inside and the proposed new facade facing Bonn Square

THIS is the striking vision of Oxford’s new Westgate Centre.

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Sport

Humphreys and Roberts handed pro contracts by United

9:00am Friday 25th April 2014

The Oxford Times: James Roberts

Sam Humphreys and James Roberts were both beaming yesterday after being offered professional terms at Oxford United, writes David Pritchard The pair were selected after impressing in the U’s youth team over the past two years.

Meades to play for Oxford United only when time is right

8:50am Friday 25th April 2014

The Oxford Times: Jon Meades in action against Birmingham City in pre-season

JON Meades will only make his Oxford United debut if he can make a contribution in the final two games.

Brains wanted for Oxford United fans study

8:40am Friday 25th April 2014

The Oxford Times: Oxford United supporters celebrate at Portsmouth this season

OXFORD United supporters may have felt like getting their heads examined over the years – and that is exactly what researchers want to do for a new study.

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Business

Residents put forward ideas of community housing in Oxford

10:30pm Thursday 24th April 2014

The Oxford Times: An artist’s impression of the proposed development

A GROUP of Oxfordshire residents has taken a step towards building the county’s first community housing development.

High quality work pays off as firm's Cuddesdon chapel project wins award

10:00pm Thursday 24th April 2014

The Oxford Times: Beard construction director John Youle, inset, with Bishop Edward King Chapel, at Ripon College in Cuddesdon

BUILDING firm Beard has unveiled a major hike in its fortunes at the same time as one of its projects won a prestigious international award.

Taking good care of the climate

4:18pm Thursday 24th April 2014

The Oxford Times: Edward Hanrahan

Environmental responsibility has now become policy with the vast majority of businesses.

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