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Isobel Priest found "safe", police confirm

Fourth year Chemistry student from St Johns had been missing for 48 hours

Council unveils plans for Oxford bus tunnel

£500million tunnel between St Clements and the train station planned to ease congestion

OUSU in trouble over Mi-Voice handling

“Chaotic and intolerable” situation as OUSU fails to notify JCRs of Mi-Voice cancellation

Parish Councillor and Old Oxonian faces legal action

PinkNews await response from Julia Gasper’s solicitors after she lashes out at “queer mafia”

University and OUSU move to tackle sexual harassment

20 colleges will run compulsory workshops in freshers’ week, while a revised harassment policy will make “more explicit its inclusion of all aspects of harassment”.

Oxford film wins big at Portobello festival

Alexander Darby’s The Wishing Horse scoops £1,000 prize for Best London Film

Prince William opens new China Centre building at St Hugh’s

Duchess of Cambridge forced to cancel visit after pregnancy announcement

"Tolkien’s Tree" removed from Botanic Garden

The removal of a 215 year-old tree that may have inspired Tolkien's 'ents' nears completion in Oxford's famous Botanic Garden

Merton top 2013/14 Norrington Table

The University advises colleges to treat the new rankings with “caution” as Pembroke slip 17 places to bottom

Oxford places ninth in global uni rankings

The University moves up one place from last year, although finds itself four places behind the Tabs, according to the so-called 'Shanghai rankings'

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