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Potholes in the road
Potholes in the road
Are the states of your road getting on your nerves?
This is a reminder to residents in Cherwell & West Oxfordshire to be on their guard to a scam that was prevalent across London and is now spreading to other areas.
Check this advice from Thames Valley Police on how to keep your home and your valuables safe during the darker winter months
Following a recent public consultation, CDC’s cabinet member for the environment, Councillor David Fowles, has approved the introduction of several new policy changes which should reduce the impact of future collection delays.
Shocking new findings show that a third of motorists have driven a car knowing it has no MOT. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) surveyed 1,000 UK motorists and found that, of those that have driven a car without a valid MOT, 67% admitted driving for up to a week before the retest, 24% for up to a month, 7% for up to six months and 2% for more than six months.
A domestic oil tank can contain many hundreds of pounds worth of oil and it is therefore it makes good sense to take a few precautions to protect it.
Fraud costs the British economy £73 billion a year and criminals use a number of sophisticated scams to try and snare victims - read on for some sound advice from Thames Valley :Police on how to spot the fraudsters and some of the more common frauds.
SENIOR figures at the RSPCA are to meet with the charity watchdog over their decision to spend £326,000 on the prosecution of The Heythrop Hunt, Prime Minister David Cameron’s local foxhound pack
No Smoking Day launches on Wednesday 13 March 2013 with a brand new campaign
A date has been set for members of the public to have the catalytic converters on their vehicles security marked at Vauxhall, Beaumont Rd, Banbury. The event will take place between 10:00 and 1400 on Saturday 12th January 2013
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