Breaking news Police hunt two men after boy, 8, offered sweets in feared abduction attempt in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police warning after thefts in car parks

4:22pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

POLICE are hunting two men after sweets were offered to an eight-year-old boy in Bradford, in a feared attempted abduction last night.

Three arrested over assault in Bradford that left victim with life-changing injuries

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police guard a cordon in Hollybank Road, Great Horton

4:53pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

Police investigating a vicious assault in Bradford, which left the victim with "life-changing" injuries, yesterday arrested three people in connection with the attack.

Breaking news Tooth decay rates for Bradford's three-year-olds among worst in country

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ACTION: Councillor Vanda Greenwood said work was being done to reduce tooth decay rates

12:03am Tuesday 30th September 2014

BRADFORD'S three-year-olds have some of the worst rates of tooth decay in the country, the first national survey of the age group has found.

Breaking news Woman injured in three-car collision on M606 motorway into Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Woman injured in three-car collision on M606 motorway into Bradford

10:47am Tuesday 30th September 2014

A THREE-CAR smash is causing delays on the M606 into Bradford this morning.

Woman in court charged with of assisting man accused of attempted murder in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SHOOTING: The scene of the shooting in Longfield Drive, Bradford, in May this year

2:24pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

A WOMAN appeared in court today, accused of assisting a man who is charged with attempted murder.

Dentist punched ex-partner in the stomach, court told

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jonathan Cape outside Bradford Crown Court

6:35am Tuesday 30th September 2014

A DENTIST punched his ex-partner forcefully in the stomach when she called at his home to collect her pet rabbits the day after the couple split up, a jury at Bradford Crown Court heard yesterday.

Cinema chain takes over operation of National Media Museum's three screens

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: An images of the Media Museum

5:13pm Monday 29th September 2014

THE two cinemas and Imax screen at the National Media Museum are to be operated by Picturehouse Cinemas from this month, in a bid to boost audience figures and revenue.

Uncle savagely attacked niece's secret lover to uphold family honour, court told

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: JAILED:  Ishfaq Azam was jailed for five years and four months

6:34pm Monday 29th September 2014

THREE men carried out a ferocious street attack on a young woman relative's secret lover to uphold their family honour, a court heard.

Breaking news UPDATED: Motorway traffic returning to normal after lorry fire

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police are appealing for information about the M62 crash

8:16am Tuesday 30th September 2014

RUSH-HOUR traffic was at a standstill on the M62 near Brighouse after a lorry caught fire this morning, but the incident has since been cleared.

Three Bradford district community groups to receive royal award

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Volunteers and users of the Bradford South and West Live at Home Scheme, which is set to receive a 2014 Duke of York's Community Initiative award.

7:19am Tuesday 30th September 2014

THREE community groups based in the Bradford district have been named among a select band of projects set to receive a prestigious royal award next month.

Giant sculpture to arrive in Bradford in effort to raise awareness of slavery

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

6:18am Tuesday 30th September 2014

A GIANT sculpture of a wrapped present will be in Bradford city centre in a striking bid to raise awareness of modern day slavery.

Old meets new at Keighley bus museum open day

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Keighley town mayor Coun Graham Mitchell with the old and new Routemasters

9:51am Tuesday 30th September 2014

AN OPEN day in Keighley was just the ticket for bus enthusiasts.

Former Morrisons executive charged with insider dealing

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Profits at Morrisons supermarket dived by more than half after the supermarket chain's sales were savaged in the industry's ongoing price war.

4:11pm Monday 29th September 2014

A FORMER senior executive at Bradford-based supermarket chain Morrisons has been charged with two offences of insider dealing, the City regulator said today.

Road closed after pedestrian injured in Queensbury collision

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police are continuing to investigate the crash

12:36pm Monday 29th September 2014

A pedestrian has been taken to Bradford Royal Infirmary after he was injured in a collision with a van in Queensbury this morning.

Cabbie jailed for sexually abusing pensioner

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Blind and partially deaf man denies conspiracy to supply class A drugs

4:44pm Monday 29th September 2014

A CABBIE caught on camera sexually abusing an 81-year-old dementia sufferer in her own home has been jailed for 15 months.

Bradford tot choked to death after swallowing inch-long screw, inquest hears

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Four-month-old baby girl died from 'unexplained' suffocation  at Bradford home, inquest told

2:37pm Monday 29th September 2014

A CORONER has told the devastated parents of a tot who choked to death on an inch-long screw that no-one was to blame for the tragedy.

Grand designs revealed for City Park offices

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: REGENERATION: Bradford Council leader David Green at the site of the former Tyrls police station which will make way for three office blocks

6:02am Monday 29th September 2014

GRAND designs have been unveiled for a new office development forming one of the central planks of the city centre's regeneration.

Changes to maternity care at BRI provoke concern from health unions

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The maternity unit at Bradford Royal Infirmary

5:32am Monday 29th September 2014

CHANGES have been made to maternity care at Bradford Royal Infirmary against a backdrop of concerns from two unions.

Judge issues arrest warrant for Bradford man accused of operating illegal food businesses

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: WARRANT: Judge Neil Davey QC issued a warrant for the arrest of Yakub Moosa Yusuf

6:04pm Monday 29th September 2014

A WARRANT for the arrest of a Bradford man charged with operating illegal food businesses has been issued by a judge after he failed to attend court today.

Site being sought in Bradford for new school for expelled pupils

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CUTS: Michael Jameson, the Council's strategic director children’s services, has blamed Government spending cuts

6:32am Monday 29th September 2014

BRADFORD Council is searching for a site to set up a new specialist school to teach pupils who have been expelled from mainstream education.

Route and timetable changes for airport bus services take place next month

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Martin Love

6:34pm Monday 29th September 2014

CHANGES are to take place next month on airport bus services which include timetable alterations to better suit flight times as well as shift patterns of airport employees.

Patients in Bradford to be given control of healthcare budgets

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Carers' Resource is one of two charities operating the scheme across Bradford

7:04am Monday 29th September 2014

BRADFORD residents with complex medical needs will have the option to take over their own healthcare budget from this week in a development which promises an improved quality of life.

Group for visually impaired seeks new recruits after securing Lottery cash

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: APPEAL: The Holme Wood Visually Impaired Persons group with chairman Paul Robinson (centre) and VIP members Danny Walker and Brenda Hamilton

5:34pm Monday 29th September 2014

A PROJECT which aims to improve the health of Bradford's visually impaired people has mounted an appeal for new members.

Rural communities could lose out in Bradford's children's centre shake-up, claim Tories

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Cllr Malcolm Sykes

8:02am Monday 29th September 2014

CONCERNS have been raised that a shake-up of Bradford's network of children's centres will leave the district's rural areas at a disadvantage.

Immigration chiefs pledge tough action over gay sham marriages

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: James Brokenshire, immigration and security minister

7:03am Monday 29th September 2014

IMMIGRATION officers are pledging to take tough action to ensure a new same sex sham marriage scam does not spread to Bradford.

Long-standing chairman of Bradford community organisation to step down

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Dr Mohammed Salam.

3:37pm Monday 29th September 2014

THE long-standing chairman of a community organisation has announced he is to step down.

Supermarket giant apologies after pork sausage roll found in pack of vegetarian pastries

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: COMPLAINT: Rabia Qureshi with the pack of cheese and onion rolls which contained pork

5:32am Monday 29th September 2014

A STUDENT has complained to supermarket giant Asda after she found a pork sausage roll in a packet of vegetarian pastries.

Music and beer festival returns to Keighley and Worth Valley Railway

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Beers are served among steam engines during the 2013 Keighley and Worth Valley Railway beer festival

12:52pm Monday 29th September 2014

AN EVENT this month on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway is being billed as the “longest beer festival around”.

Breaking news Bradford minibus driver admits causing death by dangerous driving after M62 hen party crash

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Minibus driver James Johnson

11:40am Monday 29th September 2014

A BRADFORD minibus driver has admitted causing death by dangerous driving following the M62 hen party crash in which teenager Bethany Jones was killed.

Breaking news Man seriously injured in crash after police pursuit

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: police accident

8:20am Monday 29th September 2014

THE driver of a car involved in a police chase suffered "serious injuries" when he crashed into a tree.

FA reveals goal to encourage more ethnic minority players into football with community schemes

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

3:27pm Monday 29th September 2014

BRADFORD could play a major role in a national push to get more Asians involved in the beautiful game.

Customer attacked in building society raid in Wyke

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: RAID: Police at the scene of the robbery in Towngate, Wyke

10:05am Sunday 28th September 2014

ROBBERS attacked a building society customer during the second violent raid in two days in Bradford.

Burst water main causes traffic misery in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CLOSED: A burst water main has led to the closure of Sticker Lane, Bradford

3:51pm Sunday 28th September 2014

A BURST water main is causing misery for motorists in Bradford this afternoon with Sticker Lane, the A6177, still closed in both directions.

Four men appear in court after £100m cocaine haul found on yacht

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SEIZED: The yacht Makayabella being held at a naval base in County Cork after about a tonne of cocaine was found on it

10:55am Sunday 28th September 2014

FOUR men, including three from the Bradford district, have appeared in court accused of a plot to smuggle £100 million in cocaine into the UK, the National Crime Agency (NCA) has said.

Teenage pedestrian critically injured in accident with taxi in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police are continuing to investigate the crash

10:14am Sunday 28th September 2014

A TEENAGER is critically ill in hospital after an early morning collision involving a taxi in Bradford.

Shipley MP Philip Davies insists he has no plans to follow MP pal by defecting to UKIP

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Shipley MP Philip Davies

10:30pm Sunday 28th September 2014

SHIPLEY MP Philip Davies tonight said he would “continue to work” with a Tory MP who has switched to UKIP – while insisting he had no plans to copy him.

VIDEO: Thousands of cyclists flock to Bradford's Sky Ride

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SEND OFF: Sir Chris Hoy at the start of the Sky Ride in Bradford

4:39pm Sunday 28th September 2014

CITY Park turned fluorescent as thousands of riders wearing bright yellow bibs today took part in this year's Sky Ride in Bradford.

Two Bradford families flee homes after fires

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Cat rescued from tree

12:31pm Sunday 28th September 2014

TWO families were forced to flee their homes last night as a result of accidental fires in Bradford.

Interests mounts as waste tip in Bingley goes on market

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FOR SALE: The waste transfer site, Hill Top Works, Bingley, on sale for £390,000. Picture courtesy of Flythru

5:03pm Sunday 28th September 2014

BUYING up an old landfill might not appeal to many people, but it seems one such site is attracting a surprising amount of interest.

Success story for Bradford's first literature festival

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Steve Newton wears at 1860s police uniform during a preview day at the new Police Museum in Bradford City Hall

4:35pm Sunday 28th September 2014

BRADFORD'S first literature festival, with a diverse range of events running over three days, has been declared a success by organisers.

Play staged in memory of actor Sir Henry Irving at Bradford hotel where he died

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The cast of Losing the Plot, to be performed at the Princes Ballroom at the Midland Hotel

3:34pm Sunday 28th September 2014

A BALLROOM at the Midland Hotel, Bradford, is being transformed into a theatre for a play in memory of actor Sir Henry Irving, who died at the hotel more than 100 years ago.

Drug worker Tony Gibson nominated for an inspiration award

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: INSPIRATIONAL: Drugs worker Tony Gibson, who has been nominated for a national award

4:48pm Sunday 28th September 2014

A BRADFORD drugs recovery worker has seen his own inspirational story recognised with a nomination for a national award.

Married doctors jailed for total of 12 years for £3.5 million money laundering scam

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Zakir Ahmed

8:37am Saturday 27th September 2014

A BRADFORD doctor has been jailed for nine years for playing a leading role in a plot to send £3.5 million of criminal cash out of the country.

Armed gang escape with wages haul after hammer attack

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police vehicles at the scene of a robbery at Eco Glaze

6:03am Saturday 27th September 2014

A TERRIFIED office worker was forced to curl up in a bid to protect herself as an armed robber threatened to strike her with a hammer during a wages snatch in Bradford.

Official complaint sent to Bradford Council after planning permission granted for housing scheme

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CONTROVERSY:  The photomontage of the proposed development

5:01am Saturday 27th September 2014

PLANNERS have been forced to defend how a plan to build 267 homes on green fields got the go-ahead.

Bowling club in Bradford hit by second attack within weeks

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Alice Murtagh and Dennis Tiffany survey the damage at the bowling club

1:45pm Saturday 27th September 2014

BOWLERS in Bradford have been left reeling after vandals broke into their clubhouse and caused mayhem just weeks after the premises were hit by an arson attack.

Dangerous attack dogs set to be destroyed

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lee Flatt who was attacked by two dogs on the Buttershaw estate.

7:34am Saturday 27th September 2014

TWO dogs which savaged a father in an horrific street attack were not banned breeds, but may be put down for being so uncontrollable.

Taxpayers' money 'flushed down the toilet' as nearly-new loos are demolished

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The back of the magistrates' court, where building is ongoing

6:55am Saturday 27th September 2014

Politicians have criticised the Ministry of Justice after it spent £13,000 on toilets which are now being demolished as part of a major Bradford city centre redevelopment scheme.

Concerns raised over number of Bradford nurseries and child minders deemed inadequate

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Oxenhope Community Centre

5:15am Saturday 27th September 2014

A QUARTER of the nurseries and child minders in the Bradford district visited by inspectors over a three-month period were told they were inadequate or need to improve.

Concerns raised over number of Bradford nurseries and child minders deemed inadequate

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Oxenhope Community Centre

5:13am Saturday 27th September 2014

A QUARTER of the nurseries and child minders in the Bradford district visited by inspectors over a three-month period were told they were inadequate or need to improve.




Bradford school closures

- All PTS services are currently fully operational. Please check the status of other school bus services in particular Mybus - (link)

Bradford City Council 5:37pm Tue 30 Sep 14

- There are currently no known problems with the PTS bus service -

- No Schools Closed Today - (link)

Bradford City Council 5:37pm Tue 30 Sep 14

- No Schools Closed Today -

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