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Student radio station has been operating without a licence for two years.

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Twin two-year-old girls have been released after having been held hostage by their father in a flat in Kidlington, Oxfordshire.

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Wolfson tops registration figures as nineteen colleges have less than 44 per cent registered

Oxford Rape Crisis Centre granted £10,000

Award winning Oxford Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre Lottery receives grant

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