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With 10,000 military personnel in Oxfordshire, what would Scottish independence mean?
Britains nuclear future, the new school meals policy and Banbury's Space School
What happens to Oxfordshire's energy network company SSE, if Scotland vote yes?
Oxfordshires opinion on Scotlands referendum, and planning ahead for the school holidays
Why it may be the last British MotoGP at Silverstone, and holywood comes to Upper Heyford
The future of Oxford’s Covered Market, and Lilley is in Ewelme for the Flower Festival.
More primary schools hot meals, Oxfordshire’s cricket final, and Lilley meets penguins.
The future of Slade House, where 22,000 homes will be built in Cherwell, and bad driving.
Phil meets the entrepreneur who had a Dragon's Den disaster, but still followed his dream
A meningitis warning, Oxford's cut-flower event, and when Dr Who came to East Hagbourne.
A support group for those bereaved by suicide, GCSE results day, and Towersey Festival.
Plans to make residents in flats who don’t recycle, pay, and how our vineyards are doing.
The technology lost by Thames Valley Police, and Stanton St John celebrates village life.
Stolen working dogs increase, the Rewind Festival, and Oxford United CEO, Mark Ashton.
The poor state of our local rivers, and the Woodland Trust’s ‘Tree of the Year’ survey.
Was the Thame Neighbourhood Plan worth creating, plus results and advice on A-Level day.
Why abortion rates in Oxfordshire have gone down, and Thames Valley Police compensation.
Continuing care reduction in Oxfordshire and why a bumper harvest might not be good news.
How rural theft in Oxfordshire has decreased, plus Cropredy and Wilderness highlights.
The dangers of trespassing on railways and a mum who was left blind after taking Tamiflu.
The Kingsmere housing development in Bicester, and how to react to emergency vehicles.
BBC Radio Oxford found the JR throws away some 64,000 meals a year. Phil finds out why.
Where new homes are planned for Oxfordshire, WW1 at Home, and local acts of kindness.
Why more people are representing themselves in court, and Oxford’s WW1 shellshock link.
Watlington Hill: starting point for one of the UK's most successful conservation projects
Traffic problems in Shrivenham due to A420 road works, and the young canoeists challenge.
Why 1 in 7 people may lose their vote and the young canoeists doing a charity challenge.
Kennington roundabout's new road works layout, and Kings Stutton's expensive train costs.
What’s next for the Didcot power station site and the club where Hannah England trained.
Bill's Didcot towers demolition fears, and analysis of the Jayden Parkinson trial.