- Votes being counted for all 63 seats on Oxfordshire County Council
- Latest tally: Lib Dems 5 (+2); Conservatives 12 (no change); Labour 8 (-1); Green 0 (-1); and Independents 2 (no change)
- Oxfordshire County Council deputy leader loses seat to Lib Dems
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Between midday and 13:00 on Tuesday a 21-year-old local man was chased up and down a driveway in Withycombe Drive by a number of males who were believed to be in possession of a knife.
The offenders were seen arriving in the area in a grey Renault Laguna.
After a short chase, the victim was assaulted outside a property in Withycombe Drive on a driveway by the offenders using a knife.
He received superficial injuries to his chest and back that required hospital treatment.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of GBH, a 28-year-old from Cropredy, who has been released on bail, and a 19-year-old man from Banbury, who is in custody.
Kazem Hakimi, from Oxford, became an internet hit after taking pictures of his customers and has launched two exhibitions of his work.
An Oxford fish and chip shop owner who took pictures of his customers as a hobby has had two exhibitions of his work open up in the city.
Kazem Hakimi went viral in July when the BBC published a video of his project cataloguing the varied characters who visited his Iffley Road premises.
The portraits are being shown at the Old Fire Station and Modern Art Oxford.
Mr Hakimi said he was "extremely happy" and "never imagined this would happen".Copyright: BBC
James Luxford from the Radio Times joins Howard Bentham to review the new British comedy Mindhorn.
You may have noticed something of a buzz in Oxford this morning, with Hollywood A-lister Emma Stone among the stars filming in the city.
Residents in Headington have taken part in a referendum on Oxford City Council's neighbourhood development plan for the area.Copyright: David Hallam-Jones
To the question on whether they wanted the authority to use the plan to help it decide planning applications, 3,310 voted yes, and 543 voted no. There was a 38% turnout.
The council leader up to the election, Ian Hudspeth, has been reacting to today's result.
"Here in Oxfordshire it's looking a little tighter than I'd actually like... obviously overnight, nationally, it's been very good for the Conservative Party, but that hasn't been reflected here in Oxfordshire," he told us.
With no overall control serious decisions had to be taken over whether the Party would try to run the council with a minority or make a deal, he added.Quote Message: It's all up for play.
The Lib Dems have won Wheatley, leaving the makeup of the council:
Lib Dems 13
Henley Residents Group 1
The Henley-on-Thames seat has flipped from the Conservatives to Henley Residents Group, with 1,747 to 1,362 votes.
Conservative council leader Ian Hudspeth has held his Woodstock seat and seen off the Lib Dem challenger, 1,694 votes to 1,348.
The overall turnout for yesterday's election was 33%, up from 30% in 2013.
Banbury general election candidate for the Lib Dems John Howson has held onto St Margaret's by about 100 votes.
There were cheers when the result was announced, and relief that second place Labour hadn't stolen the seat.
We're hearing about big issues with the A34.
If you're heading northbound it's closed at Hinksey Hill because of a three-car accident.
There are diversions there but big queues. It's slow from halfway back to the Milton Interchange.
Conservative council leader Ian Hudspeth has held onto his Woodstock seat and seen off the Lib Dem challenger, 1,694 votes to 1,348.