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- Body found at Didcot power station
- Maternity services at Horton hospital to be downgraded
- Anger at Southern Health chief exec move
- Calls for A34 lorry restrictions
The remains of the boiler house were demolished in July, as it was too dangerous for anyone to search for the missing men while the building was still partially standing.
Police have confirmed a body has been found at Didcot power station today following the partial collapse of the boiler house in February.
Thames Valley Police says the families of the three men missing since the collapse have been informed.
Contractors have paused the removal of debris so that specialists from Thames Valley Police, Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue and the South Central Ambulance Service Hazardous Area Recovery Team can enter the site.
The person has not yet been formally identified.
A fresh appeal has been made to catch the alleged leader of a drugs gang following the largest-ever UK seizure of mephadrone.
Sohail Dawood, 33, formerly of Chipping Norton, is wanted on suspicion of conspiracy to deal the drug and ketamine between September 2014 and January 2015.
He has links to Pakistan and Dubai and was believed to have fled the UK.
Three members of the gang have already been sentenced.
The board of an NHS trust has agreed to temporarily downgrade an Oxfordshire hospital's maternity service because of a shortage of qualified doctors.
The maternity unit at Banbury's Horton General Hospital will be midwife-led from October, with specialist services transferred to Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital.
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUHT) said the decision was made in the interests of patient safety.
But the board admitted the decision could be subject to a judicial review.
The hospital's maternity unit will be midwife-led from October, a meeting of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust's board has decided.
An Oxfordshire dog has won the Hero Pet category at the Amplifon Charles Holland Awards for Brave Britons.
Assistance dog Mabel, from Banbury, Oxon, scooped the prestigious prize in front of her 11-year-old owner Alex White.
Alex, has high-functioning autism and Asperger’s Syndrome.
Four-year-old Mabel was matched with Alex by the charity 'Dogs for Good' two years ago.
Mabel helps him do things such as crossing roads and accompanies him on trips to the shops.
Mabel means so much to me. I’m so shocked that Mabel and me won an award. It’s going to go in my bedroom.
Police who guard Britain's nuclear facilities have lost a legal challenge to new rules which could see them working beyond the age of 65.
It was brought by the Civil Nuclear Constabulary police federation which has its headquarters at Culham.
It says its members won't be able to protect people from terrorism if they have to work over the age of 60.
Campaigners opposing plans to downgrade Horton hospital maternity unit are protesting at John Radcliffe Hospital.
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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust has received a notice from solicitors that a decision to downgrade the Horton hospital's maternity unit may be subject to an application for judicial review.
The crunch meeting of the trust board is now in session to decide whether maternity services will be midwife-led, thanks to a failure to recruit enough doctors.
Ms Percy's salary is quoted in the trust's annual report as between £180,000 and £190,000.
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Thames Valley Police stopped the driver of this vehicle earlier after they were spotted towing a boat down the M40.
They tweeted: #notworththerisk.
Gail Hanrahan, from the Oxfordshire Family Support Network, said people were "really angry" that Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust boss Katrina Percy (pictured) had been given another job in the trouble-hit organisation.
She added: "It's typical NHS culture, just shifting the deck chairs.
"There seems to be no consequences for her after years of documented failure... nothing surprises me anymore with what the trust do.
"They seem to go against everything that makes sense to everybody.
"It makes you wonder what you have to do to get sacked from a high powered NHS job."
Lanes have been reopened but there are still long delays on the A423 Southern Bypass eastbound in Oxford between Kennington Roundabout and Heyford Hill Roundabout, following the accident involving three cars and a lorry.
A man has been caught filming a woman in a changing room in Oxford.
Thames Valley Police has released a picture of a man who they say may have information about the individual.
The woman was in her 20s. It happened between 13:30 and 13:45 on Saturday at the River Island Store in Cornmarket Street.
The rail network wants to pilot a ticketing system that scans people's phones to detect when they get on and off a train.
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Oxford United sit top of their Checkatrade Trophy group this morning after winning their opening match of the group stage against Exeter City last night.
Tyler Roberts, Chris Maguire, Ryan Taylor and Alex MacDonald got the Oxford goals in a 4-2 win.
Despite some fans boycotting the competition because of the introduction of Premier League's academy teams, the attendance at the Kassam Stadium did just top 1,500.
Meanwhile it's transfer deadline day. Oxford United are in the market for a winger and another defender with summer signing Aaron Martin away from the club for personal reasons, and Curtis Nelson and Joe Skarz both injured.
Boss Michael Appleton has until 23:00 tonight to do a deal.
Four people have been taken to hospital, one with serious injuries after an accident between the Kennington Roundabout and Heyford Hill Roundabout between the A4144 and the A4142.
Three ambulance crews attended the scene before taking the casualties to John Radcliffe Hospital.
South Central Ambulance Service say one of the people suffered "serious leg injuries".
Diversions are in operation, north on the A34 to Peartree, through the roadworks at Wolvercote and the Northern Bypass back down the other side of Oxford. Congestion to Hinksey Hill Interchange.
BBC Oxford's Lilley Mitchell has been out and about looking at some of Oxford's baking talent...
Today is the last day of 'Meterological Summer', which runs from June to August.
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A decision to allow the former chief executive of the Southern Health NHS trust to keep her £190,000 salary has been questioned by the mother of an Oxford teenager who died while in the trust's care.
Katrina Percy stood down as the trust's chief executive but will remain with the NHS and work on a different project involving GPs in Hampshire.
There had been calls for Percy to resign after regulators found that the trust had failed to investigate the unexpected deaths of hundreds of patients, including Connor Sparrohawk.
His mother Sara Ryan (pictured) said: "She failed as a chief executive. How she could possibly keep the same salary?... it is a scandal."
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It's taking 15 minutes on the A4165 Banbury Road from the Kidlington Sainsbury's roundabout to the Cutteslowe Roundabout.
A single lane on approach is the cause of the queues.
It's also very slow from Yarnton to the Wolvercote roundabout, and there's traffic congestion around the A415 Frilford Road junction.
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Campaigners say there's still hope that doctor-led maternity services at Banbury's Horton Hospital can be saved.
A crunch meeting's being held this afternoon.
Keith Strangwood, chair of Keep the Horton General, said: "It would be catastrophic not just for the Horton but the whole of Oxfordshire because the JR [John Radcliffe Hospital] won’t be able to cope."
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said the decision was being made with patient safety in mind, and the measure will only be until it can find enough doctors to fill vacant posts.
There have been calls for lorry restrictions on the A34 after two fatal crashes in two weeks.
Now an action group has been set up to look into making the road safer.