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Changing times: Oxford University professor Danny Dorling

Young people being squeezed out of Oxford as house prices climb higher

Enjoying the weather: Anddreea Dumitru, 35, with her nieces Mara Carasol, six, left, and Ana Carasol, three, at Hinksey Pool

Thunderstorms warning follows the heatwave

Mary Spicer took this shot of fork lightning from her home in Tackley in the early hours of Wednesday

UPDATE: Video: Another warm day for Oxfordshire...but make the most of it because rain and thunder are on the way

Homeless hound: Kenny, a collie-cross staffie

Kenny is looking for love after 500 days homeless

Fire crews put out thatched cottage blaze in West Hagbourne

Update: Quick actions save Grade-II listed thatched cottage in West Hagbourne from blaze

Fears as hospital’s future put in doubt

Fears as hospital’s future put in doubt

Vic Moore

Man awarded for devotion to first aid training

Set for transformation? Oxford city centre

The £1.6bn investment that ‘would keep us at the global cutting edge’

Scales of Justice: 18 cases heard at Banbury and Oxford Magistrates Court

Scales of Justice: 18 cases heard at Banbury and Oxford Magistrates Court

Hairdresser starts fundraising bid in honour of her late sister

Hairdresser starts fundraising bid in honour of her late sister

Cooling off: Josiah Haines, six, at Hinksey Outdoor Pool

It’s hotter than Rio as Oxfordshire sweats it out in a sizzling 31C

Man hurt in crash on A420

Man hurt in crash on A420

Sunseekers make the most of the weather as highs of 33.4C are recorded in Oxfordshire

Sunseekers make the most of the weather as highs of 33.4C are recorded in Oxfordshire + top tips to stay cool

Farewell: 1 Regiment RLC leaves Germany

Regiment leaves Germany for new county home

Delays on First Great Western trains between Oxford and Worcester due to signalling problem

Delays on First Great Western trains between Oxford and Worcester due to signalling problem

Sport

FOOTBALL: Wantage Town and Didcot Town to clash in FA Cup

Breaking FOOTBALL: Wantage Town and Didcot Town to clash in FA Cup

Ian Lenagan (centre) with Darryl Eales (left) and Mark Ashton on the day of the Oxford United takeover

Ian Lenagan: Oxford United are in good hands a year after takeover

Ryan Clarke joined Oxford United in 2009

Departing Ryan Clarke humbled by goodwill messages from Oxford United fans

Connor Ferguson in action in Oslo

TENNIS: Connor makes big impression in Norway

GOLF: Par is just fine for Eddie Pepperell

GOLF: Par is just fine for Eddie Pepperell

The finalists from Cholsey’s club championships. Back row (from left): Heather Harrison, Tina Stirling, Millie May, Emma Frost, Lily May, Sue Butcher, Ann Stanley. Front: Pat Clayphan, Richard May, James Gibson, Oscar Gibson, Sam Herriot, Pat Warburton

TENNIS: Frost proves too hot to handle at Cholsey

ROWING: Gold rush for Oxfordshire crews at Reading

ROWING: Gold rush for Oxfordshire crews at Reading

RUGBY UNION: Darlington brothers make Chinnor switch

RUGBY UNION: Darlington brothers make Chinnor switch

Oxford United Women's skipper Sahara Osborne-Ricketts

WOMEN'S FOOTBALL: Oxford United Ladies skipper: Lionesses' World Cup has changed our game

Horspath's Shahbaz Ali

CRICKET: Horspath take the heat off all-rounder Shahbaz Ali

PIGEON RACING: Latest results

PIGEON RACING: Latest results

CRICKET: Great & Little Tew skipper Andy Harris plays down summit meeting with Shipton-under-Wychwood

CRICKET: Great & Little Tew skipper Andy Harris plays down summit meeting with Shipton-under-Wychwood

Victoria Pendleton

RACING: Pendleton gets off to a flier on debut

Ryan Clarke leaves Oxford United by mutual consent

Update: Ryan Clarke on his Oxford United departure

National Sport

Stan Wawrinka is making impressive progress through the rounds

In-form Wawrinka into fourth round

Nick Kyrgios came through in four sets

Kyrgios sees off Raonic challenge

Mark Cavendish crashed out of the 2014 Tour de France on stage one and is hoping to add to his tally of 25 stage wins this year

Cavendish hoping to banish memories

Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre is confident the club's transfer policy will prove to be successful

Ayre: Reds can afford best players

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