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Police appeal after man stabbed in his Nottingham home

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was stabbed at his home in Bulwell, last night.

Longford Crescent, Bullwell Credit: ITV News Central

The attack took place at around 7pm in Longford Crescent.

The victim is now said to be in a "serious but stable condition" at Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham.

Officers are patrolling the area to reassure members of the community.

“This was a nasty attack on a man in his home by a group of people, if you saw anyone in the area at the time please contact us on 101. We believe the attack was targeted and we want to find those responsible.”

– DI Mike Allen, Nottinghamshire Police

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Man in serious condition in hospital after being stabbed in Nottingham

Police are investigating the attack Credit: PA

A man is in a serious but stable condition in hospital after being stabbed in Nottingham.

Police say he was attacked in his home in Longford Crescent in Bulwell at around 7:00pm last night by a group of people.

It is believed the attack was targeted and an investigation has been launched.

Gloris Smith from Nottingham missing for a month

The family of a woman who has been missing from Nottingham for a month are appealing for help in finding her.

50-year-old Gloris Smith from Nuthall was last seen on 22 October 2014.

She was seen in Worksop that day but it is believed she then travelled to Rotherham.

Gloris is described as black, about 5ft 4ins tall, of slim build, with black hair. She is slimmer than in her photo and may have different hair, possibly a short Afro-style.

Gloris Smith Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

"She had not been feeling herself before she went missing and was feeling quite low. She said she couldn't really speak to us about it but it obviously got too much for her.

We've gone through a mixture of emotions - upset, worried. But I find I worry the most at night. The nights are the hardest when I go to bed wondering where she is sleeping and if is she safe.

We would just urge anyone who has a suspicion they may have seen her to just pick up the phone and contact the police.

We are worried about her and it has turned our lives upside down. We just want her to come back safely."

– Nicola, Gloris' daughter

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Anonymous letters could help solve the 20-year-old-murder of Nottingham taxi driver

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Police investigating the 20-year-old murder of a taxi driver in Nottingham will release extracts from anonymous letters about the killing sent to police and his family today.

Ethsham Ghafoor was shot in his car in Gedling in 1994.

Police think that people may not have wanted to come forward in the past, because they were protecting someone.

Taxi driver murder: Extracts from letters to be released

Taxi driver Ethsham Ghafoor was shot in the head in an 'execution style' killing in 1994 Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

Police investigating the murder of a taxi driver in Nottingham which happened 20 years ago will release extracts from anonymous letters about the killing sent to police and his family today.

Ethsham Ghafoor was shot in his car in Gedling in 1994.

Yesterday officers launched a fresh appeal to help find his killers.

Tram delays in Nottingham after car parked on tracks

There were delays to Nottingham's tram services today after a car was parked illegally on the tracks.

It happened around 11am outside Nottingham Trent University. The car was later moved by its owner and services were brought back to normal.

A car parked on the tracks caused delays to tram services in Nottingham Credit: Twitter/@sfcharris_1
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