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Serious crash on A34 in Oxfordshire

Police are at the scene of a serious crash on the A34 in Oxfordshire, which happened in the early hours of this morning.

The northbound carriageway is closed between Hinksey Hill and Peartree.

Diversions are in place but Highways England have stated there are long queues and to avoid the area.

The official diversion route can be found here.

A34 in Oxfordshire

Carlisle volunteering scheme inspires others in the UK

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A volunteering programme in Carlisle has inspired similar schemes in other parts of the UK.

Give a Day to the City was set up in 2015 by Andy Fearon of Carlisle Vineyard Church, to co-ordinate people willing to work on community improvement projects.

A picture of Andy Fearon

It has led to a cast iron fence at Portland Square being repainted, and the renovation of uninsured homes that were damaged by Storm Desmond.

The project has inspired similar schemes in Aberdeen, Ayrshire, Oxfordshire and Dungannon in Northern Ireland.

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University has 'largest carbon footprint' in Oxford

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The University of Oxford is the largest contributor to Oxford's carbon footprint, according to new data released by the city council.

The institution is responsible for about 8% of total emissions in the city, the authority's Climate Emergency Strategy Support report says.

The findings follow an examination of Oxford's greenhouse gas emissions, including carbon dioxide, produced by its 155,000 residents and 4,500 businesses.

It also found that:

  • 81% of total emissions come from buildings
  • Residential buildings account for 29% of total emissions
  • Transportation is responsible for 17% of total emissions
  • Waste is responsible for less than 2% of total emissions

Tom Hayes, cabinet member for Zero Carbon Oxford, said: "Now that we’re armed with the latest evidence, we’ll look at the levers we can pull on directly to reduce emissions."