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VIDEO: More than 700 homes across the Bradford district have been bought using the Government's flagship 'Help to Buy' housing scheme since 2013, new figures have revealed ...READ MORE
Bradford man admits making more than 100 false Metro train cards worth £7,000 in order to travel to work for free ...READ MORE
COURT: Rugby player sentenced for 'cheap shot' punch that broke opponent's cheekbone ...READ MORE
WORLD BOOK DAY
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Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt has visited Ilkley today. He backed greater transparency in national decisions on school buildings funding and less emphasis on creating free schools when he visited Ilkley Grammar School ...READ MORE
Faster rail journeys to and from Bradford are a step closer to reality, with a task force calling for major line improvements to be made a priority ...READ MORE
Children and staff at Glenaire Primary School have been celebrating World Book Day by holding a whole-school writing day based on the musical and film Into The Woods. A curse has been cast on the school, and to lift it the children have to complete a number of tasks and solve a series of clues.
THE former Odeon building’s two distinctive domes are more damaged than previously thought, it has been revealed ...READ MORE
91-year-old Ernest Clewer has received an apology from ambulance bosses after he had to wait nearly two hours for a crew to arrive when he fell and broke his hip ...READ MORE
HEALTH: Bradford GP practice ranked 'good' after inspection ...READ MORE
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A high-level campaign is set to tackle dog-fouling in part of Bradford. Days of action could be on the cards as complaints about the blight continue to rise ...READ MORE
WHAT'S YOUR FAVOURITE BOOK? Bradford sports stars, artists and writers reveal their favourite reads for World Book Day ...READ MORE
Pupils at Eldwick Primary School are focusing on Poetry for World Book Day. Poems have even inspired their fancy dress.
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HAMZAH KHAN REPORT: Police could not have been reasonably expected to "predict or prevent" the death of four-year-old boy who was starved to death by his mother and left to decompose in his cot ...READ MORE
Here are teachers from Tong High School in Bradford dressed as their favourite book characters - Merlin, Hermione from Harry Potter, Dracula and Dracula’s wife, Witches from Roald Dahl, Where’s Wally and Batman and Robin - for World Book Day
Year 4 Fulneck Junior School pupils and their teacher Paul Rushfirth get well and truly into the spirit of World Book Day with some impressive costumes.