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A man has been charged with possession of a bladed article and robbery after money was stolen from a convenience store in Oxford.
The 46-year-old from Corby, Northamptonshire, was charged with the offences following an incident on 5 May.
At a Co-op store on Iffley Road a knife was produced in front of staff and a quantity of cash was stolen, Thames Valley Police said.
He is due to appear at Oxford Crown Court on 31 May.
His Dark Materials author Philip Pullman has been knighted by Prince Charles in an investiture at Buckingham Palace.
The Oxford writer was given it in the New Year's honours list.
Oxford-based author Philip Pullman will be awarded his knighthood later.
The writer of the His Dark Materials trilogy was recognised in the New Year Honours for his services to literature.
At the time he said he was "very surprised and honoured" after being awarded a knighthood.
Mr Pullman is due to receive the honour alongside wildlife campaigner and presenter Chris Packham, who's been awarded an CBE.
It comes after a public appearance by Mr Packham in Lymington, Hampshire, was cancelled because of protests over his campaign on bird shooting in the New Forest.
Sam Pittick amazed the audience when he sang for Soundabout inclusive choir for the first time.
A community hospital ward in Oxford is to temporarily close because it does not have enough nurses.
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust said City Community Hospital Ward - a 12-bed unit at the Fulbrook Centre at the Churchill Hospital site - would close at the end of the month.
It said the move was for "patient safety" because there were insufficient registered nursing staff to ensure safe staffing of the unit.
A man punched a teenage girl in the face twice, knocking her out and leaving her with a deep cut, police have said.
The 16-year-old needed hospital treatment after she was involved in an altercation in New Inn Hall Street, Oxford, at about 17:30 on Sunday.
Police are appealing for information about the incident involving a white man in his 50s with dark brown hair and of large build, wearing a maroon polo shirt and light-coloured jacket.
Wednesday will be dry and fine with a brisk east-southeasterly breeze making it feel less warm in coastal areas.
A change in the weather is on the way from Thursday, bringing a risk of showers.
The Duke of Sussex met youngsters at Oxford Children's Hospital and was presented with the gift.
Prince Harry is visiting Oxford Children's Hospital after the birth of his first child Archie last week.
The Duke of Sussex has been meeting patients at the hospital, a purpose-built centre for the treatment of children and young adults, based at the John Radcliffe site.
Prince Harry will be spending the day in Oxford praising the work of the city's children's hospital and other important institutions.
The visit by the Duke of Sussex, who became a father for the first time last week, will highlight the positive work under way in the area to support the needs of children, young people and adults.
Prince Harry will be meeting patients at Oxford Children's Hospital, a purpose-built centre for the treatment of children and young adults, based at the John Radcliffe hospital site.
The duke will then visit Oxsrad Disability Sports and Leisure Centre, opened by his mother Diana, Princess of Wales, in 1989, where he will meet people who use its facilities.
Today there will be some chance of clouds but generally clear skies.
Temperatures will range from low single figures to highs of 20°C.
Today will be a dry and mostly sunny day with a chance of some cloud.
However, there will be a keen easterly breeze.
Maximum Temperature: 14 to 17°C (57 to 63°F).
Archive footage shows the first Mini cars, produced by Morris in Oxford.
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The new mayor of Oxford, Green councillor Craig Simmons, will be chauffered to civic events in a Mini.
The Countryman Hybrid, which can run on petrol and electricity, will reduce emissions by 52% compared with the previous vehicle, a Toyota Prius T4, the city council said.
It has been loaned by the Cowley-based car manufacturer for a year.
Oxford City Council has received £1.1m in compensation from the government for work that had to be carried out in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster.
The council says it was instructed to replace the aluminium sheeting on the outside of the buildings after tests found it was combustible.
The cladding had only been installed months before it was taken down because of safety fears.
A clear and dry start, but there will be some areas of early morning mist or fog.
There will be long sunny spells throughout the day, but there is a chance of an afternoon shower. Light winds.
It will become rather cloudy this evening and some outbreaks of rain will spread from the west overnight, but it will be quite mild.
Maximum Temperature: 16°C (61°F).
Thames Valley, Hampshire & IoW Dog Section has welcomed a new recruit to its crew, and he looks like a keeper.
Six of Oxfordshire's household waste recycling centres will be closed for cleaning this month.
Only one of the sites - including those at Alkerton, Ardley and Drayton - will be shut at any one time during the maintenence work which the county council said was essential to keep them safe and looking fresh.
Lasting for two days, the closures will take place mid-week when demand is lower.
This year's Oxfordshire Artweeks festival is under way, with artists across the county opening up their studios and staging pop-up exhibitions.
The event has been running since 1981, to promote the work of local artists.
Among the exhibitors this year is artist David Goode whose pieces are all made of bronze and feature characters based on fantasy or folklore.
"It’s all about allowing my work to be seen. To open the gates once a year and let people come in and have a look round is really nice," he said.