PHIL Parkinson felt City deserved their last-gasp 1-0 win over Port Vale today.
DEVANTE Cole scored a dramatic stoppage-time winner on his debut to clinch City’s first victory of the season.
NEW capture Devante Cole can add some zip to City’s attack, according to Phil Parkinson.
Siobhan WOMERSLEY Happy birthday Siobhan. Lots of love Mum and Dad XX
PICKLES Eveline Happy Birthday, Love John xxxxxx
NUNNEY Jeff August 30, Today with tears in our eyes, We will whisper low, Happy Birthday Jeff, We miss you more than you will ever know. We love and miss you so much. Your loving wife Wendy and all the family. xxx
WILSON Maureen August 30. 78 today Now it's your birthday and presents we cannot buy, We will just send a parcel of teardrops, up to the sky. There's a place in our hearts, That's kept just for you, So wherever we all roam, You come with us too.…
Kirsty RUSSELL-ABBEY Happy 18th birthday, have a good one Hope you achieve all your dreams. Love, Mum, Dad, Kayleigh & Gemma xx Hugs & kisses from Hollie & Emily xx
JONES Robert (Rob) My precious son, Missed beyond words. Mum and Dad.
MURDOCH Terry Never a day do I forget you, In my heart you are always near, God alone knows how I miss you, As ends this first sad year. My heart still aches with sadness, My secret tears still flow, For what it meant to lose you, No one will ever…
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HUTCHINSON Gary Peter August 30. It's only been one year, But it seems so long ago, The pain of losing your one true love, No one should ever know. The day I watched you leave this world, It truly broke my heart, Until we meet again, my love, Then…
HUTCHINSON Gary August 30, one year ago today, we lost a good mate, sadly missed, God Bless, Ernie and Ray.
THORNTON Arthur Stanley (Peter) aged 89, died March 2, 2015, peacefully at home, surrounded by family and having bequeathed his body to science is 'still being useful'. Missed by his rabble of children and hordes of grandchildren and…
TIDMARSH Margaret (Peggy) August 29, 2001. Treasured memories of a dearly loved Mum. It does not take a special day for us to think of you, Each Mass we hear, each prayer we say is offered up for you, May she rest in peace, Dear Jesus in thy Heavenly…
THE TRIAL of a mosque worker accused of sexually molesting two young boys collapsed yesterday because of difficulties interpreting the evidence.
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BRADFORD Bulls are lending their support to a series of fundraising events for a former player's sister who was left paralysed following a car crash earlier this year.
TWELVE months ago, when Castleford faced Leeds in the Challenge Cup final, James Clare was the grumpiest man at Wembley.
GARY Liddle is urging City to buck up their ideas - to avoid any more video nasties.
BRADFORD Bulls' players Adam O’Brien, Steve Crossley, and Epalhame Lauaki joined fitness fanatics at the launch of the new £1million Xercise4Less gym in Listerhills.
THE MIGHTY thunder of 400 revving Harley Davidsons will roll all around Baildon over this Bank Holiday weekend.
JAMIE Peacock bids to lift the Challenge Cup again today admitting to nerves similar to those he experienced during the Bulls’ 2005 Grand Final run-in.
AN ONLINE petition has been created asking for a statue in memory of the Bradford Jesus Man, Geoffrey Brindley.
GREAT British Bake Off contestant Sandy Docherty has spoken of her dream of getting hundreds of Bradford children baking and enjoying creativity in the kitchen.
A MAN left brain damaged after being attacked in the street was joined in hospital by three generations of his family as he celebrated a birthday they feared he would not see.
BRADFORD Council has been urged to reduce its reliance on bailiffs as debt collectors after new figures revealed it instructed bailiffs more than 18,000 times last year.
THE MAN who became the first person in Bradford to be convicted for so-called 'revenge pornography' was sentenced yesterday.
A MAN who sexually abused a vulnerable 15-year-old girl has been jailed for 20 years.
WHEN Peter Jackson admitted to the City board that he had no answers for his team’s obvious shortcomings, few could have imagined his successor would still be firmly installed in the hot-seat today.
OTLEY schoolboy Sam Brown is delighted to be back on his life-enhancing drug treatment.
JASON Gillespie believes his Yorkshire players are finally coming to terms with how to play one-day cricket after their qualification for the Royal London Cup semi-finals.