The investigation into the unexplained death of 20-month-old Sarah Dahane continues.
A father has paid tribute to his 20-month-old daughter who was found dead at a home in Bicester yesterday, Thursday.
A child whose body was found at a home in Bicester on Thursday has been named by police.
Cuddly toys and floral tributes have been left outside a Bicester home where the body of a two-year-old girl was discovered by police yesterday, Thursday.
Thames Valley Police has released CCTV images of two men it would like to speak to in relation to an assault in Bicester on May 6.
Chiltern Railways have welcomed the result of a judicial challenge against the building of a new railway line between Oxford and London, through Bicester.
Thames Valley Police believe the mother of a two-year-old girl found dead in Bicester today, Thursday, may have left the country.
A veterinary practice which has served the Advertiser and Review region since the 1940s has teamed up with the country’s largest and longest standing independent veterinary schools.
People in Bicester are being given one last chance to comment on a policy which will define how the town grows and where development can take place in the town over the next two decades.
A Bicester resident is performing at a series of Sunday night gigs at the Bure Farm pub in Bicester.
A 29-year-old woman from Bicester is urging others to keep their mammogram appointments as she prepares to take part in the Race for Life at Waddesdon Manor next weekend.
Bicester has said no to a plan for an £80million, 75,000 square metre warehouse and office project which could create up to 1,200 jobs.
Seven tonnes of waste was dumped on a country lane near Bletchingdon which will cost taxpayers £900 to clear up.
Silverstone circuit has been awarded nearly half a million pounds by the Lottery to develop plans to exploit the race venue’s historic past.
After 20 years of providing sanctuary to abandoned animals in Whittlebury, the Algernon Trust is now a registered charity.
An antiques centre which brings around 140,000 visitors a year to Brackley has been voted the best of its kind in the country.
Sainsbury’s has invited schoolchildren in Bicester to design a new shopping bag to celebrate the completion of the Bicester town centre redevelopment this summer.
A Bicester animal charity is appealing for help after an influx of baby bunnies last week.
Business is booming at Bicester’s railway stations after they recorded a total increase in passenger numbers of more than 150,000 in a year.
Bicester has remained a Conservative-majority town following today’s election result despite the party losing 21 seats across the county since the 2009 elections.
Election results for Oxfordshire County Council have started to come in.
Chart-topping singer and style icon Rita Ora was star guest at the opening of the new British Designers’ Collective Boutique at Bicester Village yesterday, Thursday.
Bicester Food Bank is appealing for more storage space as the number of people using the service continues to grow.
Bicester businesses will meet at an event this month in a drive to bring superfast broadband to the town.
A project which has seen prisoners turn a derelict site into a thriving farm and garden education centre will open its doors to the public in two events this summer.
A group dedicated to creating a museum and education centre at RAF Bicester honouring the memories of Bomber Command servicemen has shelved its plans.
Cash and jewellery were stolen in a burglary in Scampton Close in Bicester on Friday.
Advertiser and Review readers will be heading to the polls this Thursday to vote for their county councillors. With so much going on in national politics, there will be lots for voters to think about.
A group of 14 lucky households will get energy-saving home improvements worth a total of £170,000 as part of the Bicester Green Deal project.
Bicester Police Station will close to the public for four weeks from tomorrow, Tuesday, while maintenance work is carried out.
Plans to boost the number of restaurants in Bicester’s new town centre were given the go-ahead on Thursday last week.
Police, local authorities and a national charity have joined forces to support victims of ‘hate crime’ in Oxfordshire.
The salacious private life of Samuel Pepys will form the backdrop for a performance by Mr Simpson’s Little Consort at the Old Gaol in Buckingham next month.
A Bicester charity is appealing for help after more than a dozen baby rabbits were dumped in a layby off the A421 on Monday.
Work on Bicester’s town centre redevelopment is nearing completion ahead of the scheme’s grand opening this summer.
Members from Buckingham and Bicester’s Glee Clubs joined a ‘Mass Glee-In’ in Bracknell on Sunday.
The University of Buckingham’s Christopher Woodhead will swap books for bikes as he sets off on the 350-mile Big Battlefield Bike Ride in aid of Help for Heroes next month.
Bletchingdon is to get a new primary school and village hall after major plans were approved last week.
Those interested in training to lead informal worship sessions can take part in two events organised by the Bicester and Islip Deanery Training Scheme next month.
A retired businessman who has spent the past nine years as a volunteer advisor for firms in Oxfordshire and south Northants is to receive a Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion.
A crackdown on traders and scrapyards has helped slash the number of metal thefts in the Buckingham and Bicester areas, Thames Valley Police said this week.
Children from Southwold School in Bicester were guests at the relaunch of a local store following a £187,000 revamp.
An independent Porsche specialist based in Weston-on-the-Green is marking its 40th anniversary with a striking birthday logo.
Three people are to return to the board of a body supporting regeneration in Towcester, Northampton and Daventry.
All businesses from sole traders to big employers can enter a new awards scheme launched in Buckinghamshire.
Oxford and Cherwell Valley College’s Bicester campus has won an award for using new technology to boost learning and cut waste.
Bicester will launch a new trade waste recycling service in a bid to help small businesses save cash and become more environmentally- friendly.
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