Emma and Phil Whiting travelled almost entirely by train from their UK home to see their son.
A man in his 70s died at the scene and a woman in her 60s was seriously injured in the crash.
Researchers suggest there were five times more victims of modern slavery in the Thames Valley than first thought.
Oxford University has turned to private investors in a record-breaking bond issue.
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A recording is said to feature the emergency call made by his partner Fadi Fawaz on Christmas Day.
The industry watchdog criticised four companies and tells them to "grab the issue" and improve.
Police had been worried for Alex Willoughby's welfare after she went missing on 14 November.
The Oxford Community Soup Kitchen needs a new oven in time for its Christmas meal after a fire.
Philip Pullman's return to the world of His Dark Materials is a hit with bookshop staff.
Satbir Arora wins an award for foiling the abduction of the girl by a man who has now been jailed.
The causeway, made of rounded river pebbles, limestone and chalk rocks, has ruts left by cartwheels.
Oxfordshire CCG says it will need 110 extra GPs in the next ten years unless action is taken.
More than 4,000 miles of rail routes were closed in the 1960s as part of major cost cuts.
Chiltern Edge School, which was rated inadequate, is "improving" according to an independent review.
Rachel Ryan was dealing diazepam while head of business studies at an Oxfordshire school.
The Tory minister at the centre of a 1960s scandal is thought to have met the German model in the 1930s.
Alex Willoughby, who was last seen on Verbena Way in Oxford, has been missing for two weeks.
Hills Quarry Products wanted to dig 2.5m tonnes of sand and gravel from the south Oxfordshire site.