20/Apr/2014 - Last News Update: 04:49

Netherfield body find prompts police inquiry

Category: England

Published: 15th Oct 2011 14:00:53

The body of a woman has been discovered at a house in Nottingham.

The discovery at the property on Norman Street in Netherfield was made at about 05:30 BST.

A spokeswoman for Nottinghamshire Police said officers were treating her death as suspicious. Her identity has not yet been released.

Police have cordoned off surrounding roads including Godfrey Street and detectives have been carrying out house-to-house inquiries.

Source:
BBC News External Link Show Citation

Latest News

Harvard Citation

BBC News, 2011. Netherfield body find prompts police inquiry [Online] (Updated 15th Oct 2011)
Available at: http://www.ukwirednews.com/news/194198/Netherfield-body-find-prompts-police-inquiry [Accessed 20th Apr 2014]

News In Other Categories

  • Bristol Academy extends reach overseas with first foreign students

    With the doors to its brand new £1million training centre officially open, one of the UK's leading apprentice training providers, Bristol based S&B Automotive Academy, is showcasing its world-class facilities by launching a series of foreign student exchanges for the first time in its 41-year history. To get a flavour of what life is like as an apprentice in the UK, the Academy hosted 16 apprentice engineers and bus drivers from the G9 Automotive College in Hamburg, Germany, as part of a Europe-wide vocational training initiative called the ‘Leonardo Programme’ with support from the European Social Fund. In a reciprocal arrangement, S&B will be sending nine apprentices to Germany during February 2012 so that they can get an appreciation of life in the automotive industry on the Continent. A further three German exchange groups are being planned for next year. Designed to assist the development of vocational skills and training across Europe, including work placements for trainees, the Leonardo Programme has a budget of €1.75bn, which is helping to encourage UK organisations to work with their counterparts abroad. In what is expected to be another challenging year for employers in the UK automotive sector, S&B’s Chief Executive, Jon Winter, claims that the exchange initiative will bring many benefits to the Academy and its apprentices: “In a world of global automotive brands, it’s important for our learners to understand the international context of the industry they have chosen to make their career. This new exchange programme will enable apprentices and Academy staff alike to achieve a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities within the automotive arena in Europe. With the Academy’s influence also extending to the USA and Asia, there’s every possibility that this initiative could move further afield in the future.” Continued Winter: “The need for skilled technicians across the world is on the increase and we actively encourage our apprentices to look at broader horizons during their training. Many of them have already learned the phrase ‘Vorsprung durch Gelehrtheit’, quite simply, ‘Advancement through learning.” In the 2010/11 academic year, S&B doubled the number of successful Apprenticeships over the previous year with some 350 apprentices graduating from the Academy. At the same time, achievement levels reached an all-time high with an overall success rate of 85%. For those learners on the Advanced Apprenticeship three-year programme, success rates were even higher, at over 98%. PHOTO CAPTION: As part of their exchange visit, S&B Automotive Academy arranged for the German apprentices to visit Hampshire bus operator, Bluestar, at its Barton Park depot. The students are pictured with S&B’s Andy West (3rd right) and Steve Prewett, Bluestar’s Area Engineering Manager (2nd right). Ends http://www.sandbaa.com
  • In Pictures: 50 landmark BBC Two shows

    BBC Two is celebrating its 50th anniversary on Sunday, 20 April, having been home to many landmark programmes over the decades.
  • Three men arrested after Newtownabbey hijacking

    Three men in their 20s have been arrested in connection with a hijacking in Newtownabbey, County Antrim.
  • Heather Stanning & Helen Glover reunite to win British rowing trials

    Olympic champions Helen Glover and Heather Stanning powered to victory in the women's pair at the British rowing trials at Caversham.
  • Why big buttocks can be bad for your health

    The demand for bigger buttocks in Venezuela means some women will even have banned injections to achieve them, putting their health at risk.
  • Hacking the instrument of the future in Boston

    Stick a bunch of people in a room with pizza, caffeine and a whole load of kit, wait 24 hours and something interesting emerges.