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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Ellen Hendry

What The Write Offs tells us about literacy in Britain

Nothing has hit me as hard as this minute of TV for months. I had been sat in my little ivory tower of ‘well, why didn’t they just learn?’, but now I felt all that come down.

Oxford responds to no holiday free school meals

Since the government voted down Labour’s proposal to provide free school meals throughout the school holidays, various sources in Oxford have responded, both in...

Oxford awarded £1 million to fight homelessness

Oxford City Council and charity Aspire have made a successful bid for government funding to tackle homelessness and move people who had been sleeping...

Oxford archaeologists help achieve access to satellite images of Israel and the Palestinian territories

Two Oxford archaeologists have contributed to the declassification of satellite images of Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories, with "huge implications" for visual access...

World-class concert hall to be built in Oxford

Though Oxford may have a world-leading university, it is yet to have a world-leading concert hall. In a bid to change this, the university has...

Cow dies and horses injured from litter in Port Meadows

Port Meadow has seen a large rise in littering over the past weeks. One cow has died due to ingesting plastic bags and balloons,...