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- Didcot power station: Six month wait 'unacceptable'
- Man hunted after attempted dog theft and stabbing
- Thames Water says it will consider compensation for Banbury businesses
- Oxfam critical of UK-Saudi arms deals
- Oxford United need to 'prove a point' against Brighton
A takeaway in Didcot has been banned from using its food storage buildings after health inspectors found an infestation of rats.
Environmental health officers made the discovery at Delight 2, on Broadway last Tuesday following a complaint from a member of the public.
During the inspection officers found live and dead rats, rat faeces and gnawed packaging.
Magistrates agreed using the buildings would constitute an imminent risk to health and issued an order banning the use of the food storage area.
They also ordered Delight 2 to pay £1,280 in costs to South Oxfordshire District Council.
Queues are starting to build up this afternoon on the A4095 because of temporary traffic lights lights in Bladon.
There are also delays of 10 minutes on the A4142 Eastern Bypass Road between the Cowley junction and the Littlemore roundabout.
Lucy Martin gives you the latest weather forecast.
The daughter of a workman still missing under the rubble of Didcot power station says she hopes recovery teams find her father soon.
Christopher Huxtable, 34, from Swansea, is one of four men who died when the boiler house partially collapsed on 23 February.
Nadine Morgan was at the site on the six-month anniversary and said it was "not nice to think he still under there after six months".
The Black Horse pub in Checkendon is bathing in the reflected glory of Team GB as our athletes return from the Olympic Games.
The landlord has painted his sign gold to honour the medal winners in Rio...
The Met Office has issued a heatwave alert for Oxfordshire, with temperatures expected to reach about 30C (86F) in some areas.
A level-three heatwave alert is in place for our county and the east of England, where high daytime temperatures and warm nights are forecast until early Friday.
London and south-east England are on a level-two alert, meaning heatwave conditions are also likely this week.
Public Health England urged people to be aware of the health risks of heat.
A man is being hunted by police after a 29-year-old woman was approached by a man at Harwick Gravel Pits who demanded she hand over her dog.
She was then stabbed in the abdomen while trying to protect her dog, receiving minor injuries, and freed herself from her attacker, who left the scene.
Police said the attempted robbery happened on 6 August at about 13:10.
The man is white, with a pale complexion, aged about 25 and with light coloured eyes.
The mayor of Didcot says the six-month wait to recover the bodies of three missing workmen from the town's power station is unacceptable.
Steve Connel said he "doesn't care" what teams have to do to recover the bodies of Ken Cresswell, 57, John Shaw, 61, and Chris Huxtable, 34, who remain trapped under the rubble since the accident on 23 February.
He urged them to "stick to what they said" and work seven days a week, 13 hours a day to find the missing men.
Mr Connel was speaking six months to the day since the boiler house at the power station partially collapsed, also killing 53-year-old Michael Collings.
The poet and broadcaster Pam Ayres, from Stanford-in-the-Vale, has written a specially commissioned piece to mark the return of Team GB from the Rio Olympics.
It was written for BBC local radio and is being broadcast as the team arrives back in the UK.
Team GB came second in the medal table with 27 golds.
Oxford-based aid agency Oxfam has accused UK ministers of "denial and disarray" over an agreement to sell arms to Saudi Arabia, which could be used in Yemen.
The Saudi-backed Yemeni government is fighting against Shia rebels.
The UK government has faced repeated calls to ban weapons sales to Saudi Arabia amid concerns over international humanitarian law breaches in that war.
A government spokeswoman said it was satisfied the Saudi deals complied with the UK's "export licensing criteria".
US presidential candidate Donald Trump possesses stronger psychopathic tendencies than Adolf Hitler, an Oxford University study suggests.
This year's candidates for the White House were scored on a number of personality traits typical in psychopaths - including fearlessness, cold-heartedness and egocentricity.
While the study found Donald Trump's score puts him in the company of some of history's greatest despots, including Hitler and Ugandan dictator Idi Amin, his opponent Hillary Clinton found herself alongside Napoleon Bonaparte and Emperor Nero.
Thames Water says it is happy to consider reimbursing Banbury businesses who feel they've lost out after a water main burst, closing a main road in the town for a week.
North Bar Street in the town was severely damaged following the incident. It reopened late last night.
Traders complained the resulting chaos has left them out of pocket.
Thames Water says it is happy with the way it dealt with the closure - but hasn't ruled out compensation.
If any of the business owners feel they are out of pocket because of the work then we always encourage them to contact us for a claims form. I don't think it's a valid complaint that we didn't keep people informed. We take our responsibilities very seriously as far as loss of trade or business for our customers is concerned.
A few years ago, Network Rail announced it had embarked on a 30-year strategy to close 99% of its signal boxes - to be replaced by about a dozen Regional Operating Centres.
Banbury South box was demolished over the last weekend in July but its larger compatriot to the north of the station will remain open until 2 October for pre-booked public visits before it is also demolished.
We've been down to have a last look around...
Banbury MP Victoria Prentis has spoken of a "frank exchange of views" with managers at Horton General Hospital yesterday.
There are fears the maternity unit will be downgraded next month to a midwife-led service, due to problems in recruiting specialist doctors.
I wouldn't say I was confident the service will not be downgraded. I am hopeful they are trying to recruit, I believe they are, and I hope we find the people we need. If there are insufficient obstetricians then managers must make arrangements. But we need to make sure they are doing their very best to recruit and take account of the very serious knock-on effects if they can't.
There may be some patchy cloud or fog at first, but it will be a warm and sunny day, although some thin high cloud may turn the sunshine hazy at times. Highs of 28C (82F).
The ongoing wait to recover the bodies of three men killed in the Didcot Power Station collapse six months ago is "unacceptable", politicians say.
The search for the missing men resumed last month after the demolition of the remaining section of the boiler house.
Four men were killed after part of the boiler house collapsed on 23 February.
The body of 53-year-old Michael Collings was found soon after, but the remains of Ken Cresswell, 57, John Shaw, 61, and Chris Huxtable, 34, are still buried under the rubble.
Mayor of Didcot Steve Connel said the families "should be allowed to mourn".
Oxford United head coach Michael Appleton hopes his side go out and prove a point when they meet Brighton in the EFL Cup this evening.
United suffered a 4-0 defeat to the Championship club during a pre-season friendly at the Kassam Stadium last month.
Appleton says while they didn't dwell on the result they're aiming for a much better display going into tonight's second round tie.