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Boat Race rowers warned not to enter the Thames after E. coli discovery

High levels of E.coli have been found in the River Thames, where the Gemini 2024 Boat Race between Oxford University and Cambridge University will...

Jesus JCR votes to recommend abolishing free Second Hall for committee members

At its third meeting of Hilary term, the Jesus College JCR committee passed the motion to recommend that the College abolish free second hall for JCR committee members. 

Oxford Literary Festival returns as it launches 2024 programme

The Oxford Literary Festival is returning this year with events aimed at attracting younger festival goers and addressing the global issue of food insecurity....

New mental health hospital planned for Warneford Park

Plans to build a new mental health hospital in Warneford Park, at the site of the existing hospital, are progressing after partners signed documentation agreeing on redevelopment plans.

Oxford cocaine research reveals neuron activity behind heightened memories

A combined research effort from Oxford University’s Medical Research Council Brain Network Dynamics Unit and the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences has used cocaine to uncover a specific pattern of nerve cell activity that leads to the production of insistent memories.