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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.

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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

Family of murdered taxi driver say their lives are ruined

The family of a Walsall taxi driver who was murdered 20 years ago today say their lives have been ruined.

26-year-old Ethsham Ghafoor was shot in the head while sitting in his car in Lambley Lane in Gedling in 1994 in what police say was an "execution style" killing.

His sister Aisha Ghafoor is making a fresh appeal for help to find his killers as it's been revealed a £20,000 reward is being offered.

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£20,000 reward for information in taxi driver murder

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

A twenty-thousand pound reward is being offered for new information about the murder of a taxi driver shot dead 20 years ago today.

Ethsham Ghafoor was shot in the head in what police describe as an "execution-style" killling at Gedling in Nottingham in 1994.

Today police and family will make a new appeal for anyone who has information about the killing.

280 staff attacked at Nottingham hospitals in last year

More than 280 staff at hospitals in Nottingham have been assaulted by patients in the last 12 months.

Police will prosecute anyone who knowingly attacks hospital staff Credit: ITV News Central

Many of the instances were attacks by people with dementia or mental health problems.

But police and hospital managers say they will prosecute anyone who attacks NHS staff willingly and without conditions that may lead to aggression.

Modern technology keeps potatoes on our plates in peak condition

Our staple food for thousands of years, but now modern technology is keeping the potatoes on our plates in peak condition.

There is a long term downward trend in potato sales - now we can choose from pasta, rice, even quinoa - and then there are concerns about carbs - so farmers in the Midlands are turning to tech when the chips are down. Hannah Stokes explains.

Man still missing six weeks after wedding argument

Police are re-appealing for information six weeks after a man from Nottingham disappeared following an argument with family at a wedding.

Baljeev Johal was last seen on Sunday 5th October Credit: ITV News Central

Twenty-four-year-old Baljeev Johal has been missing since he left a party in Warwickshire in the early hours of Sunday 5th October.

He and his parents had been at a pre-wedding celebration in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, but when they went to leave shortly before midnight, Baljeev's father said there was a brief argument about who would drive home, and Baljeev walked off.

His disappearance has been described as 'completely out of character'.

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