The King and Queen of Spain have been on a state visit to the UK for three days and spent their final day of their tour in Oxford.
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia visited the new Weston Library in Broad Street to meet staff and students and gave a speech at the city's Divinity School before the couple were taken on a guided tour of Exeter College in Turl Street.
Our reporter Mary Stanley was there.
A tenth person has been arrested in connection with the murder of a man in Oxford.
27 year old Christopher Lemonius died after a 'brawl' in Blackbird Leys on 1st June.
Police were called to reports of a group of men fighting in Jourdain Road at around 11pm.
Five people, including a 16 year old boy, have been charged with his murder.
A man has been jailed for life for the murder of father in Oxford, whom he stabbed with a kitchen knife. Egidio Da Silva Alves admitted killing Domingos Romalho in Headington in February.
A court heard the two men had been embroiled in a family feud. Alves will serve a minimum of twenty years and ten months.
No sentence will ever be enough, it won’t bring Adomi back. It’s over now, I hope my husband can rest in peace, we must now try to move on with our lives. We would like to thank the Police, CPS, the people who tried to help Adomi that day and my family and friends who have been supportive throughout.
This sentence reflects the severity of the crime that Da Silva Alves committed, which tragically led to the death of Domingos Romalho. The loss of Domingos was one that his loved ones felt deeply and my thoughts are with them at this difficult time. I would like to praise the bravery and courage of those who witnessed this horrific incident. Whilst we would never advise members of the public to risk their own safety and intervene, in this instance they acted courageously to stop the attack, to disarm Alves and provide first aid to Domingos before the emergency services arrived. I’d also like to thank all of those who have worked tirelessly on this case, in order to bring this dangerous offender to justice.
A smoke alarm prevented more serious damage after a chip pan caught fire at a flat in Oxford.
Fire crews were called to property in Meadow Lane at 9.21 pm on Saturday night.
The fire had been caused by an unattended chip pan left on the hob which had ignited and spread to the surrounding area.
The occupant was alerted to the fire by the activation of the smoke alarms.
The quick thinking of the occupant to close the kitchen door on the fire helped contain the fire to the kitchen and prevented fire spread and heavy smoke damage to the rest of the property.
The occupant was checked over by South Central Ambulance Service and was very fortunate not to have suffered any effects from the fire or smoke.
The occupant was very lucky not to have been injured.
This incident emphasises the importance of having at least one working smoke alarm on each level of your home which should be tested once a week. On this occasion the occupant was alerted to the fire by the smoke alarms which gave them time to evacuate the property safely.
The occupant took absolutely the correct action by evacuating immediately and I urge people to remember to ‘Get Out, Stay Out, Get the Fire and Rescue Service Out’ under circumstances such as this”.
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