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Fly-tipping News

Many lawbreakers are using farmland and rural spaces, to illegally dump waste as opposed to using a lawful method of disposal – commonly known as fly-tipping.  Not only is the practice extremely anti-social, it’s also […]

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Business, Health, Health and Safety, Healthcare, Lifestyle, London, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University, Oxfordshire

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SLEEP EXPERT CALLS FOR BOSSES TO ALLOW STAFF TO NAP IN THE OFFICE AFTER CLOCKS GO FORWARD

  A sleep expert is calling for company bosses to allow their staff to take a nap in the office on Monday to make up for the time lost over the weekend. Silentnight’s sleep expert […]

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Business, Europe, Journalism, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University, Oxfordshire

WHAT IS THE WORK OF A COPYWRITER?

WHAT IS THE WORK OF A COPYWRITER?

By Nicholas Newman copywriter A copywriter is a professional writer that is paid by businesses and other organisations to research and create appropriate content for meeting a client’s communication needs. This can be done in a […]

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Opera, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University, Oxfordshire

FOUR YOUNG SINGERS WIN PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS

FOUR YOUNG SINGERS WIN PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS

Winners of this year’s prestigious Leonard Ingrams Foundation awards are tenor Jack Swanson and soprano Alison Rose.   These awards support, encourage and nurture the best young artists involved in the creative process of bringing opera […]

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Customers in Oxfordshire are turning to takeaways to avoid restaurants’ background noise

Customers in Oxfordshire are turning to takeaways to avoid restaurants’ background noise

Diners are fed up with having to compete with restaurant noise on their nights out and are increasingly turning to takeaways according to new figures released by the national charity Action on Hearing Loss. With […]

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Bus, Business, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University, Oxfordshire

STAGECOACH OUTLINES BLUEPRINT FOR BUS SERVICE PROVISION TO HELP PLAN NEW HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS

STAGECOACH OUTLINES BLUEPRINT FOR BUS SERVICE PROVISION TO HELP PLAN NEW HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS

  Company publishes document to assist local authorities and other stakeholders in considering bus operations when they are planning for new homes Stagecoach warns that failure to build in public transport to new developments has […]

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Elizabeth Craven: Writer, Feminist and European

Elizabeth Craven: Writer, Feminist and European

An interview by Jolanta Ryba This Question and Answer interview with the rising star of biography writing, and well-known Oxford historian  Julia Gasper, about her latest book, a biography of Elizabeth Craven. How different was […]

by × July 30, 2017 × 0 comments

Lifestyle, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University, Reading

SPARE  A  THOUGHT  FOR  SPAIN   

SPARE  A  THOUGHT  FOR  SPAIN   

By   Graham Salter On Saturday 1st April, I went to the FT Oxford Literary Festival to hear William Chislett’s talk “Challenges facing the New Spain” On the same day I was alarmed to read […]

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Going Out, Lifestyle, Oxford, Oxford University, Oxfordshire, Review

Degas to Picasso Creating Modernism in France

Degas to Picasso Creating Modernism in France

A review by Guest Reviewer “The Ashmolean Museum’s splendid new exhibition, Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France offers considerably more than some of its visitors may be expecting.  If they are counting on seeing a […]

by × February 18, 2017 × 0 comments