Security staff at intu Victoria Centre could become extra 'eyes and ears' for the police as part of plans to clamp down on young groups bringing knives into the city centre. The move comes after a number of violent incidents involving knives in the city centre in recent months, and fears that gangs of youths are using the shopping centre to meet.
A Rynair flight to East Midlands Airport declared an emergency after someone fell unwell. The Boeing 737 was flying from Las Palmas to East Midlands Airport today (Friday, February 23). The flight took off at 11.59am and was scheduled to land at 4.25pm. It landed at 4.05pm. A spokesman for East Midlands Airport said the flight had declared an emergency due to a passenger being taken ill. He said: "They alerted us that there was someone on board who was unwell."
Police have released one of the last images of a 17-year-old boy who was murdered in Bulwell. Nottinghamshire Police have released the CCTV image of teenager Lyrico Steede on the tram to Bulwell , a short time before he was attacked with a knife. They are calling on members of the public to look at the picture to see if they remember seeing him and help bring the attacker to justice.
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