A man from Barton in Oxfordshire has been sentenced to six years in prison for assaulting two people at a pub.
36-year-old Tim McDonagh of Bernwood Road was convicted for one count of GBH with intent and one count of common assault. He was found guilty by unanimous jury.
The victims who were 19 and 20 at the time, were at the White Horse public house in London Road in Oxford, on the evening of 1st of March when one was head butted and the other had a bottle smashed on his head.
McDonagh was arrested on Sunday 1 March 2015 and charged on Friday 22 May 2015.
A woman is in hospital with serious burns after a fire in Headington near Oxford. Nine people - six of them children - were rescued from the blaze at a house in the Barton area.
It is thought the fire may have started in a caravan - and then spread to the property.
The blaze took hold early on the morning of Wednesday 10th July 2013. Neighbours say they were woken by a loud explosion. Penny Silvester reports.
Nine people, including seven children, have been rescued from a fire at a house in Oxford. Three of them have been taken to hospital. It is believed that the fire may have started in a caravan and spread to the property. Penny Silvester reports.
A fire in Oxford spread from a caravan to nearby houses earlier today.
A 27-year-old female has been taken to hospital with serious burns and a male in his 30s has burns.
One female adult is suffering from smoke inhalation and six children have been taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
Firefighters are still tackling a fire in Bernwood Road, Barton, after the blaze spread from a caravan to properties nearby.
Fire crews are currently in Barton, Oxford, after a fire spread from a caravan to nearby properties.
Firefighters rescued nine people from the blaze and three people have been taken to hospital.
Nine people have been rescued from a house on fire in Barton this morning.
Firefighters were called to the scene in Bernwood Road at around 6.50am after a blaze spread from a caravan to a house.
Three people have been taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital following the incident.
Thames Valley Police and Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service are working together to establish the cause of the fire.
Police are appealing for any information surrounding the incident and urge people to contact 101.