Stars of the stage and screen have gathered in Thame in Oxfordshire to witness the unveiling of a plaque to Bee Gees star Robin Gibb.
A man's been found guilty of murdering his wife and mother-in-law in Thame
The Duchess of Cornwall is in Thame in Oxfordshire as hundreds of members of the armed forces take part in the town's first freedom parade.
A woman has died in a house fire in Thame in Oxfordshire. Oxfordshire County Council Fire & Rescue Service were called to the property at Green Way in the town at about 3.25pm on Wednesday 20 February. There was a fire in the living room and heavy smoke throughout the building.
The fire service and Thames Valley Police are carrying out a joint investigation.
A special remembrance service has taken place for people who have died in road accidents in the Thames Valley area.
Bereaved relatives and friends gathered with emergency workers at the Church of St Mary the Virgin in Thame in Oxfordshire to take part in annual memorial organised by Thames Valley Police.
Stars of the stage and screen have been mixing with the residents of Thame in Oxfordshire this afternoon, ahead of the unveiling of a plaque at the late Robin Gibb's home.
The blue plaque pays tribute to the late Bee Gees life and career.
Among those attending the special ceremony near St Mary's Church were Peter Andre, Tim Rice and radio presenter Bob Harris.
A blue plaque will be unveiled at the former home of Bee Gees star Robin Gibb later. The musician died in May following a lengthy battle with cancer and pneumonia.
Thousands of people lined the streets of Thame in Oxfordshire to pay their last respects at his funeral in June.
An invited audience will attend the unveiling this afternoon.
An investigation has been launched after the body of a woman was found in Oxfordshire this morning.
The body was found close to a bridge on the Phoenix Trail in Thame.
The woman, who is believed to be in her 70s, is from the local area.
Her death is not being treated as suspicious at this time.
The grieving relatives of a mother and daughter stabbed to death by a Turkish national in Thame in South Oxfordshire say that "no sentence would be long enough".
Ensar Gol, 22 killed his wife 28-year-old Michala with a kitchen knife in the marital bedroom before launching a frenzied attack on her mother, Julie Sahin, 50 when she tried to intervene.
Today Ensar Gol was told he would serve a minimum of 36 years behind bars.
Ensar Gol who was convicted of murdering his wife and mother in law at their home in Thame in Oxfordshire has been jailed for 36 years by a judge at Oxford Crown Court.
A Turkish man who murdered his wife and his mother-in-law in Thame in Oxfordshire is due to be sentenced today. Ensar Gol was found guilty of stabbing Michaela Gol with a knife from the kitchen as she slept upstairs. He also fatally stabbed her mother, Julie Sahin.