NOT playing on Saturday worked to the advantage of Bradford Dragons as they won 99-86 at Loughborough Student Riders on Sunday afternoon.
BRADFORD & DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE – Eastbrook 5 Princeville B 0, Great Horton 0 Bradford Deaf Centre 5, Princeville A 2 Pudsey 3. Breaks: P Devitt (Eastbrook) 54, 45, 32; S Kershaw (Princeville B) 45, 35; M Cockcroft (Eastbrook) 32; R…
Today, our readers’ letters cover the cash-strapped NHS, the EU vote, questions over Bradford Council’s budget, and Donald Trump makes another appearance as one contributor questions what has fueled the Trump phenomenon.
SIR - “We need peace and harmony over EU vote”, (Alan Chapman, T&A letters, February 20).
SIR - With regards to Donald Trump, it is clear what has fuelled the Trump phenomenon.
YOUNGSTERS have been urged to sign up for the Young Person’s Advisory Group.
MALE staff and students at a Bradford school have taken part in a painful charity fundraising event.
SIR - The Government is imposing on the NHS, by choice, £22 billion worth of “efficiency savings” by 2020, thus damaging its ability to provide, safe, reliable care to patients.
A MAGICAL presentation is being held by the Arts Society Saltaire at Victoria Hall, Saltaire, on March 1 from 2pm.
Ice warning issued as overnight cold snap included
POLICE have revealed a second vehicle is believed to have been driven in tandem with a car which ploughed into a tree and a lamppost killing a 22-year-old man.
A DISGRUNTLED tribute band has penned a letter to the Ritz in London after it threatened a Brighouse music venue sharing the same name with legal action, forcing it to close.
A 21-YEAR-OLD woman was threatened with a knife during an armed robbery in a street.
BOYS from University Academy Keighley found inspiration for their future careers at the Manchester City ground.
FOR the first time this season, the Bradford Sunday Alliance League had blanket cancellations due to Bradford Council postponing all of the matches on their grass pitches.
HEBDEN'S triple Olympic rowing champion Andy Hodge has announced his retirement from international competition at the age of 37.
THERE’S something deliciously bittersweet about a jilted bride ending up as a wedding planner.
SIR - Frank McManus (T&A letters, February 15) claims that remembrance dishonours the fallen, but when as private of the Buffs it was my privilege to be present as the entire Canterbury garrison gathered for its annual Remembrance Day service I saw…
SIR - The Conservatives’ budget proposals for Bradford include keeping Queensbury and Bingley pools open, protecting community halls and public toilets, maintaining under- threat free parking schemes and reversing cuts to foster carers’…
ELVIS will be in the building this month for a popular annual fundraising night in aid of Manorlands.
THEY are probably cluttering up your wardrobe and you are probably emotionally attached to them, but that pair of shoes you no longer wear could support a children's charity and earn you a £10 voucher at Schuh in Bradford's The Broadway shopping…
A BRADFORD hairdresser must pull down his porch and pay £900 in court costs after admitting being in breach of a planning enforcement notice to remove it.
FARSLEY Celtic Juniors and Grangefield Old Boys both notched 5-1 away victories in the Premier Division in a curtailed Yorkshire Amateur League programme.
A STEAMPUNK market is taking place at Bradford Industrial Museum this weekend from 10am to 4pm each day.
A SPECIAL screening of the 2015 film Suffragette is taking place in the Banqueting Suite of City Hall at 6.30pm on Wednesday, March 8, to mark International Women’s Day.
STAFF from supermarket giant Tesco in Bradford and across Yorkshire will be rolling back the clock this weekend to raise money for the Tesco National Charity Partnership.
A MOTHER-of-three died after sustaining serious injuries in a car accident while holidaying in South Africa, an inquest heard.
BRADFORD Cathedral is holding a Fairtrade breakfast this weekend to mark Fairtrade Fortnight.
THE district’s latest Tour de Yorkshire Roadshow will ride into Saltaire this week.
UP-and-coming bands have been given the chance to take to the stage at this year's Bingley Music Live.
THE Ilkley real food market will return on Sunday from 10.30am, in South Hawkesworth Street.
A TEAM hoping to open a new free school in Bradford will set out their plans at a public meeting tomorrow.
DENHOLME Town Council will ask villagers to pay more in their precept this year than previous years to cover an increase in its budget to £28,000.
TICKETS are available for a fundraising performance by the City of Bradford Brass Band.
BRADFORD Council has refused plans for cabling to be installed on a city centre building after officers said the applicant hadn’t explained why it was needed.
TIME is running out for community projects in Bradford to enter Yorkshire Bank’s Spirit of the Community Awards 2017.
TOMORROW is National Tooth Fairy Day, celebrating the fictitious character that brings money to children who have lost their teeth.
The following planning applications have been lodged with Bradford Council:
FLASH mobs, film screenings and concerts are among 40 events being staged across the district to mark International Women’s Day.
SIR - A survey of EU doctors by the British Medical Association has found that more than four in ten are considering leaving the UK in light of the EU referendum result.
SIR – Regarding the headline ‘Go West’ (T&A, February 20) about the proposal to build an extension from the M65 at Colne to connect with the Aire Valley road at Cross Hills to ease the traffic on the M62, my map states this whole area is…
A RECORD number of nominations have been put forward for this year's Otley Business Awards.
VISITORS to a Bradford library this half term would have had the chance to peruse some works by primary school pupils.
EVERYONE, whether they own or rent their home, wants to be able to go to bed at night safe in the knowledge that, all things being equal, they will wake up well and rested the next day.
Field Reserves moved up to third place in West Yorkshire League Alliance Division One following their 4-1 victory at Leeds Modernians Reserves.
A FAMILY fun day and car boot sale to raise money for two cancer charities is taking place from 10am to 4pm on Sunday, April 16, at Tesco in Canal Road, Bradford.