TOPICS ranging from tuition fees to women feeling unsafe walking in the city were raised at a mostly polite and orderly hustings this evening at the University of Bradford as Bradford West candidates took to the stage to deliver their reasons for…
ANDREW Gale is targeting a Roses victory at Headingley in 12 days’ time as Yorkshire look to ignite their Specsavers County Championship title bid.
AN empty building in Bradford City Centre that has been blighted by vandalism, could soon be refurbished.
CELEBRATED women’s street theatre company, Circo Rum Ba Ba, is just one of the high quality acts bringing a weekend of festivities to the city this summer.
FIELD were looking for maximum points to secure second place in the West Yorkshire League Premier Division but had to settle for third after a 0-0 draw against Hunslet Club.
HARTSHEAD Moor, who have been sweeping all before them in All Rounder Cricket Bradford Premier League Championship Division Two, were involved in a thrilling first-round tie in the Jack Hampshire Trophy yesterday.
YORKSHIRE have made a strong start to their second innings at Emirates Old Trafford, although the Specsavers County Championship Division One match is still heading for a draw.
A HOUSE is set to remain on lockdown tonight as specially-trained officers search the property after it was surrounded by armed police this afternoon.
A MAN standing for election was left bleeding badly after being attacked outside Bradford’s City Hall.
ON A day when rain decimated the All Rounder Cricket Bradford Premier League programme, Hanging Heaton took over the leadership of the Premier Division after recording a 77-run win over previously unbeaten Woodlands.
PRINCESS Anne will officially open a £1.9million underground shopping scheme in Bradford.
LABOUR Party deputy leader Tom Watson visited the home of the Bradford Bulls on the campaign trail.
The BBC has apologised for a segment on a local radio station during which listeners were asked to guess the identity of a mystery person, who turned out to be Moors murderer Ian Brady.
YORKSHIRE'S Specsavers County Championship match against Lancashire at Emirates Old Trafford will finish in a draw later today.
POLITICIANS hoping to become the next MP for Batley and Spen put aside their differences for an hour to honour the memory of the constituency’s former MP Jo Cox.
THE English Football League (EFL) says it will be writing to Bradford City manager Stuart McCall to apologise after Millwall fans confronted them on the pitch at Wembley.
PLANS for a new £1 million facelift at the Kirkgate Shopping centre have been given the green light by Bradford Council.
Police investigating a serious assault in Bradford have released CCTV images of two people they would like to speak to.
ARMED officers were called to a house in Bradford earlier today after a shot was fired at a window.
A man has been remanded in custody after appearing in court charged with offences including attempted murder and possessing a firearm.
A dozen people were arrested at the play-off final between Bradford City and Millwall, the Metropolitan Police have revealed today.
STUART McCall admits it is a time for strong leadership as City look to pick themselves up from the heartbreak of play-off final defeat.
City 0 Millwall 1
STUART McCall felt City were undone at Wembley by the most dangerous front pair in League One.
LEIGH Beattie surveyed the wreckage of the Bulls' ten-try 56-12 home defeat to London Broncos and admitted: "It is one step forward and four steps back."
DEFIANT Stefan Rupp shrugged off the disappointment of missing out on a Championship windfall by insisting it is a case of when rather than if City do go up.
MILLWALL match-winner Steve Morison insists the pitch invaders should "hang their heads in shame".
RORY McArdle held his hand up after City's agony at Wembley for missing one of their best scoring chances.
IMAGINE what it would have been like if Millwall DIDN'T win.
SOME spectators had had enough by half-time, at which point Bradford Bulls were trailing 34-6 at Odsal yesterday.
NICKY Law has had enough of finals – after completing the set of five personal defeats.
WHEN I heard that my local railway station was likely to become fully automated, I was panic-stricken.