DETECTIVES are hunting a gang who tied up a pensioner in her home last night getting away with a haul of cash and an expensive diamond bracelet.
A MAN found collapsed in Bradford city centre has died, police revealed today.
POLICE re-opened a road in Otley at 10am today after a lorry carrying 20 tonnes of lemonade overturned on a bend at the top of Old Pool Bank last night.
I DON’T make a habit of reminiscing over old Telegraph & Argus match blogs.
ADRIAN Purtell is taking matters into his own hands as he looks to secure his future for next season.
SUPERMARKET workers in Buttershaw have been encouraging customers to help feed people in need by donating long-life food to charity.
IT was obviously a very disappointing result in midweek against Featherstone – but it’s all about bouncing back to form now ahead of the Super Eights.
PHIL Parkinson insists there is plenty still to be done as his City rebuild continued with a third signing.
STEVE Ferres admits the Bulls are constantly scouring the market for new players which could give the club’s promotion hopes a major boost.
A SHOP manager has pleaded with police to help defend his store against repeated attacks by a gang of yobs who have hurled racist abuse at him.
A SALON is celebrating a milestone anniversary by holding a huge fundraising drive for a local hospital.
LAWYERS in Bradford claim 'strike' action they are taking in protest at legal aid cuts is starting to bite at courts and police stations.
A TOUGH nine-year-old boy has returned to playing rugby just months after having surgery on a brain tumour the size of an orange that was discovered when his coach found a lump on his head.
A HARD-HITTING new health programme is telling schoolchildren about the 50-50 gamble they would take with their health if they started smoking.
A TEENAGER whose medical condition is so rare it has no name is doing well after having a bone marrow transplant.
THE flag was flown at half mast above City Hall yesterday as people gathered to remember those killed in the Tunisia terror attack.
AN Islamic girls' boarding school has been praised by inspectors, with student's behaviour described as "outstanding."
A COMPANY director has accused Keighley Town Council of failing to pay invoices and breaking local government rules by not posting minutes of meetings on its website.
A JOB advert emphasising the positives of life in Bradford is the latest part of a push to attract more quality teachers to the district.
HOLDSWORTH Peggy Although we smile and make no fuss, No one misses her more than us And when old times we oft recall, Then we miss her most of all. Loving husband Les and son John. xxx
HOLDSWORTH Peggy Mum,To hear your voice, To see you smile, To sit with you and talk awhile, Would be our dearest wish today. Love from son Les, Leah, Bethany, Leslie, Brandon, Corrina and Tamara. xxxx
HARTLEY Vicky Four years Today. We think of you in silence And try not to let it show, For what it meant to lose you, No one will ever know. Remembering you is easy, We do it every day, It's the pain of losing you That will never go away. Love, Mum and Dad and all the tribe. xxx
DAVIES Ronald Happy memories of a dear brother Ronnie. One year on but never to be forgotten. Much love from Lucy, Martin, Norma, Bob and family.
ROY Tommy Remembering you is easy Dad, We do it every day And missing you is something, That will never go away. Love always, Linda, Chris, Jean, Suzy and Helen. xxx
DAVIES Ronald My dear Ron, Miss you with all my heart. Love forever. Mal. x
STRINGER Pauline (nee Marshall) July 4. God saw the road was getting rough, The hill too hard to climb, He gently closed your weary eyes And whispered, "Peace be thine". All my love, Dad. xxxx
PRICE Alan (Toots) ''...like a candle in the wind...'' A year ago you left us, Life is not the same, Love you, Miss you so much and hope you have found peace. Your sister Shee. xxx