A DOUBLE DECKER bus caught fire on a main road in Bingley tonight.
A THEATRE group that mixed Shakespeare with Indian dance, Tim Burton and Game of Thrones will wow crowds at one of Bradford Literature Festival’s many events tonight.
KIRKLEES Council has failed to elect a new leader, leaving the authority's chief executive in charge.
BRADFORD produced a great 26-6 win over Burton in their second match of the Federation competition, following up a 25-7 win over Doncaster earlier this month.
Chris Routis is leaving the Bantams after agreeing a two-year deal with Ross County.
A COMMUNITY Arts project that was left homeless after a mill fire has got a new roof over its head.
TIM Wade did not want any pomp or circumstance when he retired as Bradford & District Golf Union team captain.
ENERGETIC dance performances, colourful street theatre, and international live music will all feature in the 2016 Bradford Festival, set to be staged in City Park from July 8 to 10.
UNDERCLIFFE Cricket Club B fought off the challenge of Laisterdyke WMC A at East Ward Labour Club to win the Hey's Trophy.
STAFF at a Bradford pub have raised a glass after being crowned as the region's best boozer.
LOCAL rounds of the Yorkshire Crown Green Merit take place on Saturday, with the finals at Hove Edge from 11am on Monday.
SECOND rounds of the Yorkshire Cup, Henry Taylor Cup, Eric Hutchinson Trophy and Derrick Radley Trophy take place on Saturday, June 4.
A MOTORBIKE was seized by police in Bradford after its rider was found to be uninsured.
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THE CALDERDALE WAY RELAY has grown from 22 teams in 1984 to 102 this year.
A PIONEERING jobs scheme has celebrated a major milestone after finding 900 unemployed people paid work placements.
SEASONS Of Life is the title of a performance in Haworth to help celebrate the 200th anniversary of Charlotte Brontë’s birth.
A ROAD remains closed after a lorry clipped an electric cable and brought down a telegraph pole.
THE work of local patient groups will be celebrated at a special event next month.
BURGLARS who forced their way into the base of an organisation which helps deprived households have “robbed their own people,” according to the scheme’s manager.
POLICE have found a missing Otley man safe and well.
Venues across Bradford will be hosting dozens of events for Bradford Literature Festival 2016.
PLANS for a housing development on the site of the former Brighouse Fire Station have been agreed.
JUDGEMENT day looms for local bands bands battling for a place on stage at this year's Bingley Music Live festival in Myrtle Park on the first weekend in September.
SOME of the Royal Family's finest Indian treasures are to go on display in Bradford.
WITH many holiday hot spots on high-alert for terrorism, holiday makers are flocking to destinations closer to home.
A police inspector in Bradford has denied stealing drugs seized by the West Yorkshire force intending to supply them on and he will face trial next year.
FAMOUS acting couple Prunella Scales and Timothy West stepped onto dry land to visit Haworth for their latest TV series.
JASON Gillespie has revealed how he has tapped into one of most experienced figures in Twenty20 cricket in a bid to bring success to Yorkshire this summer.
ALEX Mellor is excited by the appointment of Rohan Smith and reckons there is plenty of young talent for the new Bulls boss to cast his eye over.
A MUM of three, whose eldest child was born with a rare bowel condition, is to take part in the Great North Swim next month to raise funds for the hospital that cared for him.
WHILE I'm sure the recent headline-grabbing death of EastEnders matriarch Peggy Mitchell was sensitively handled, there was something depressingly predictable about the character taking her own life.
Remember When? reader Gerry Hird shares memories of a wartime childhood in the district
BOSSES at Bradford Council are facing questions about a new charging scheme for brown bins, after they extended an early-bird discount period not once but twice.
RICHARD Banks, boss of Crossflatts-based UK Asset Resolution, the state-owned bank behind failed lenders Bradford & Bingley and Northern Rock, is switching to run the business which recently bought its mortgage-processing operations.
A COMMUNITY energy firm based at Saltaire claims to be one the first SME’s in Yorkshire to be approved as a Living Wage employer.
A HUSBAND and wife team have created 35 jobs at a new state-of-the-art trampoline and soft play centre.
Chris Holland meets the founder of an ethical publishing business which recently expanded into Salts Mill whose future works will feature the thoughts of the Dalai Lama
New joint-owner Edin Rahic speaks exclusively to City reporter SIMON PARKER and answers the key questions that fans might want to ask:
Bank holidays give us a chance to relax and let our hair down.
AN UNINSURED driver was caught speeding at 130mph on Bingley bypass - believed to be the highest recorded by police on the road.