An Oxford landlord was ordered to pay a total of £10,500 after being found guilty of operating an unlicensed and poorly managed house in multiple occupation (HMO) when he appeared before Oxford Magistrates’ Court on 26 February.
Rural enterprises from Oxfordshire are being urged to get their entries in for a nationwide awards scheme specifically for firms based in the countryside.
Oxford in Bloom, the city’s annual gardening competition, is looking for 12 local businesses to sponsor its award categories.
The Agnes Smith Advice Centre in Blackbird Leys is offering to help people who are struggling to pay their water bills.
Low Carbon Hub, a social enterprise championing community energy in Oxfordshire, has been shortlisted for a prestigious Ashden Award for the second year in a row.
Refashion Oxford event took place at Oxford Town Hall. The event was hugely successful, with 760 people visiting.