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The family of Hussain Mohammed who drowned after jumping into the River Thames in Oxford pay tribute to a "unique and cherished brother".
A 15 year old boy who drowned after reportedly jumping into the River Thames as a way of cooling off has been named locally.
Whitchurch Bridge is due to reopen to river traffic today despite delays in reconstruction caused by the floods.
It will not be reopened to road traffic until September and navigation will be restricted for the next six months.
The Edwardian toll bridge on the non-tidal river links Pangbourne in Berkshire with Whitchuch in Oxfordshire. Work has been at a virtual halt since early this year when river levels started to rise.
A notice from Environment Agency Harbourmaster Matt Carter said: "The width of navigation will be restricted to varying degrees throughout the ongoing works. The minimum navigation width will be 7 metres.
"When this is in operation, one-way river traffic will be managed by the contractors during lock keeper hours of duty. To permit safe navigation, a buoyed channel will be in place and this will be lit between sunset and sunrise.
The body of a woman has been found in the River Thames this afternoon.
It has not yet been formally identified, but police think it is that of missing woman Sirzana Saeed. She had been missing since this morning. Her next of kin have been informed.
Thames Valley Police would like to thank the press, public and the search teams for their help.
A meeting is being held later about a third bridge over the River Thames. The MP for Reading East Rob Wilson, says for too long there's been "too great a reliance put on Sonning's one lane bridge" - which has been closed recently due to flooding and repairs.
Rob said "For decades there have been calls for a third river crossing but to date no agreement has been reached. I hope that by bringing together representatives from all three authorities we will start the process of actually listening to what local people on both sides of the border want.
The massive congestion and delays suffered by motorists and residents as a result of Sonning Bridge's recent closure has not been limited to my constituents in Caversham, Reading and Woodley, but also to John Howell MP's constituents in the Henley and Sonning Eye area.**
The meeting will be in the sports hall at Highdown School & Sixth Form Centre which is on Surley Row, Emmer Green, RG4 8LR
Thousands of fish have been found dead near the River Thames in Goring. The recent flooding has seen exceptionally high river flows over an extended period of time, which has caused some fish to seek refuge on flooded fields and meadows.
Unfortunately, fish can become trapped as result and may die due to suffocation as levels leave them stranded or water quality deteriorates.
The Environment Agency has carried out a number of rescues of trapped fish in the past, and as a result know of a number of historic sites where fish become trapped after flooding.
This week, fisheries officers became aware of fish trapped in a small pond off the River Thames, near Goring. The team used electrofishing equipment to remove the fish, including Perch, Dace, Chub, and Roach, and returned them to the River Thames.
Video. Work has started today on a new wetland nature reserve to protect threatened species such as water voles and otters along the River Thames in Oxfordshire. The River of Life project will transform a two and a half kilometre stretch of the river near Wallingford.
The aim is to return the area to nature with wet woodland, reed beds, ponds and backwaters and will take several years to complete. Heather Edwards reports.
Video. Alex Weller and Josh Cook did not expect to haul out a rifle when they went fishing this weekend. But that is exactly what they found. Divya Kohli reports.
Video. Divya Kohli went to visit the spot where a rifle was fished out of the River Thames by two teenagers, Alex Weller and Josh Cook.
When two teenage boys went fishing from a river bank in Oxford, they didn't set out to catch a rifle.
But when Alex Weller and Josh Cooks fishing line snagged on a briefcase, they hauled it ashore and found exactly that.
The briefcase contained a rifle, a pistol and ammunition which has been described as a typical hit man's gun kit.
Detectives are now investigating whether the high-powered gun could be linked to a major crime.
Video. If you want to get out and cool off on the water this weekend, forget your gin palaces and boats with helicopter pads. The traditional wooden Thames Slipper Launch is THE boat to have. Penny Silvester reports.
Video. As the waiting continues for news of a royal arrival, on the River Thames they're counting royal babies of a very different kind. Heather Edwards reports.