Gone are the days when you had to queue outside shops on Boxing Day and fight your way through the crowds to get the best of the year’s bargains.
An advertising agency at the centre of a row over the banning from cinema screens of an advert featuring the Lord’s Prayer will not reverse the decision.
Some owners of Indesit, Hotpoint and Creda tumble dryers have been warned their applicances may be a fire risk.
Raymond Blanc’s Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons in nearby Great Milton has been named among the UK’s 100 best restaurants in a Sunday Times list.
We all know that festive season has become a big deal for retailers and the Christmas advert can now make or break a shop’s year. We take a look at our Top 10 favourite ads of 2015.
The cost of making a traditional Christmas meal for eight people has come down this year.
Concerns over Vauxhall Zafira cars bursting into flames have deepened after a fire brigade released “shocking” figures which suggest the problem is becoming more common.
Controversial plans to extend intu shopping centre in nearby Milton Keynes have been halted by government experts.
An 18th century coaching inn has re-opened its doors today following a £400,000 refurbishment – and here is all the work condensed into a two and a half minute video.
World famous Aylesbury Vale musician Tony Hadley has been confirmed as one of the contestants appearing in this year’s I’m a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! reality TV show.
Major retailers including Sainsbury’s, IKEA, Next, Asda and Aldi have recalled products this week due to health and safety concerns.
Supermarket giant Asda has revealed it will not participate in this year’s Black Friday sales frenzy on November 27.
Some police and fire and rescue services across the Thames Valley could soon be working together more closely than ever after a formal commitment was signed opening up the opportunity to share premises.
There is a relentless, powerful revolution taking place in the world of commerce.
Social media service Snapchat has moved to reassure users that it isn’t saving their pictures, after changes to terms and conditions were criticised in the media.
The Living Wage foundation has today announced that accredited living wage employers will now pay staff at least the new voluntary living wage rate of £8.25 per hour.
At this time of year many livestock farmers are preparing their buildings for winter. Our suckler herd enjoys being outdoors during the spring and summer months and the late autumn, but soon the cows will look forward to coming indoors.
The time has come to applaud the success of your staff and company and toast a fantastic year of great work, achievement and dedication at the Oxfordshire Employee of the Year Awards.