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Sunday, June 26, 2022

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Oxford, “Cycling City” of our world

"If only we could be riding horses and chariots like in the good old days, huh?"

Oxford through refugee eyes: Asylum Welcome takes local leaders on refugee-led walking tour

A recurring message in the walk was how refugees can enrich the cultural, economic, and social lives of the communities they find themselves in.

Oxford sees the reopening of indoor hospitality and spaces

Oxford has seen the reopening of indoor bars and restaurants in line with the relaxation of government restrictions. Groups of six are now allowed...

Number 19

'Walking along the Edgware Road It's ten o'clock at night I glance down at my phone amongst it all And it's your name that glows in the light'

Covered Market remains open despite lockdown

Traders such as Bonners Oxford grocery, Cardew's coffee and tea shop, the Oxford Sandwich co. and Ben's Cookies are remaining open for in-person shopping or providing takeaway food.

Estate Birds

Out here they live all for one and one for all; Brutal towers have brutal rules.

Should Manchester City have been banned?

The recent decision by UEFA to ban Manchester City from European competition for the next two seasons has sent shockwaves through the footballing community....

Proposal to build cable car network in Oxford

The proposed gondola lifts would be the seventh passenger cable car network in the UK

A letter to: my future employer

A reflection on the joys of the corporate world

Exploring Hull and its high water

Julian Wood travels around Kingston-Upon-Hull and immerses himself in 2017's 'City of Culture'

Becoming a metropolitan through life in slow motion

Maddison Sumner discusses her experience of moving from the town to the city

Five Guys burger restaurant could be set to open in Oxford

The chain plans to move into Magdalen Street

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