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Mail leads the way on safety

The Oxford Mail is running a week-long campaign in a bid to improve road safety as the winter nights draw in. The Mail is concerned at the number of incidents involving pedestrians and cyclists – who drivers simply can’t see.

Oxford titles raise the stakes in health improvement bid

Newsquest’s Oxfordshire titles are campaigning for a children’s hospital to be built in Oxford. The £20m hospital could be open by December 2005, and will offer specialist care for children as well as being a leading centre for paediatric research.

Oxford titles raise the stakes in health improvement bid

Newsquest’s Oxfordshire titles are campaigning for a children’s hospital to be built in Oxford. The £20m hospital could be open by December 2005, and will offer specialist care for children as well as being a leading centre for paediatric research.

Stories and idea in Mail push

The Oxford Mail and its sister titles are taking a leading role in the drive to raise funds for a new £20m children’s hospital in Oxford. NHS staff were told about the campaign launch in a special edition of the

Mail top-up funds plaque

A plaque in memory of nine-year-old hit-and-run victim Ross Doyle will be laid at the spot where he was killed, after the Oxford Mail topped up the appeal fund. Oxford businesses and individuals gave £400 to the appeal, following a

Phones for Mail

Oxford Mail readers are being urged to hand in their old mobile phones to help children in hospital. The phones can be sold for up to £30 and the proceeds could raise up to £20,000 to equip a new accident

Mail wants Justice for Ross

An Oxford paper is trying to win justice for a nine-year-old boy who was left to die by the driver of a stolen car. Justice for Ross was launched by the Oxford Mail following the death of local lad Ross

Check out the full picture for the new regional ABC figures

The regional newspapers’ ABC figures for the half-year ending December 31 were released today. Almost all were down year-on-year, with the exceptions being the Oxford Mail, up 1.5 per cent, the Scunthorpe telegraph, up 3.1 per cent and the Swindon