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  • Deacey departs Bradford Park Avenue as Drury and Price step up

    JOHN Deacey has left Bradford Park Avenue by mutual consent today just two days after the Conference North club’s season ended. read more

  • Man arrested after sword brandished in Lister Park

    POLICE arrested a man in Lister Park in Bradford this evening after passers-by reported seeing a man brandishing a sword in public. read more

  • Brown defends Warwicks after controversial Pujara dismissal

    WARWICKSHIRE’S director of cricket Dougie Brown tonight insisted his players are not cheats after a controversial caught behind decision went against Yorkshire’s Cheteshwar Pujara during day two at Headingley. read more

  • Why politicians out to impress the young voters

    POLITICIANS are clamouring for votes ahead of the General Election but it is young people they will be particularly wanting to impress. read more

  • HMRC to blame with their double standards Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

    SIR – There is new concern about the tax avoidance abuse where public money is concerned! read more

  • NOTICE: Letters and the General Election Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

    In the interests of fairness and balance in the run up to the General Election on Thursday, May 7, we are adopting a policy of not running any letters on this page that reference the election or party politics until after the election has finished. read more

  • Giant cash pyramid of corruption in crash Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

    SIR – Since the bankers caused the financial crash of 2007/8, some may have noticed that within 12 months, Wall St and the City of London were back to mega-profitability and able to pay huge multi-million bonuses to their staff. read more

  • Station should be put elsewhere for safety Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

    SIR – Re Low Moor Station (T&A, April 10). I’ve said it time and again, the station is to be built in the wrong place. It should be on the site of the former station, which would have access to the M606. read more

  • No place for bullying or cruelty of any kind in Bradford Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

    SIR – Once again Bradford’s been highlighted as a cruelty hot spot (T&A, April 22) What’s that about? We wouldn’t let our family members suffer like that would we? read more

  • Digital disaster when booking Alhambra tickets Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

    SIR – As a silver surfer of limited ability I have tried and failed to book online ten seats for a show at the Alhambra Theatre. read more

  • It comes as a real shock when people are polite

    In 2011 a man was shot dead at a Latvian cinema after reportedly eating his popcorn too loudly during a screening of Black Swan. read more

  • Who should compromise over country's legal system? Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

    SIR – It could be argued that accommodating different cultures and traditions within our legal system is a sign of a tolerant society, as recommended by Lord Neuberger, (T&A, April 20). read more

  • Funeral set for Bradford jungle trekker found dead after high profile search

    THE LONG-AWAITED funeral of a "determined and enthusiastic" son whose body was found in the Malaysian jungle last summer will take place in June, his family has announced. read more

  • On This Day – April 27, 2015 Bradford Telegraph and Argus: On This Day - July 28, 2014

    25 years ago: Magistrates heard that a Bradford milkman had attacked a rival with a wooden club in a row over allegedly poaching customers, with their brawl in the street becoming so frightening for one of the milkmen's 13 year-old helpers, he ran off to "cower behind a tree". read more

  • On This Day – April 25, 2015 Bradford Telegraph and Argus: On This Day - July 28, 2014

    25 years ago: Work was set to begin on a 'Home from Home' for cancer sufferers at Bradford Royal Infirmary, after Telegraph & Argus readers reached a £50,000 fundraising target in only 15 weeks, a figure matched by the district's Health Authority. read more

  • ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Time to switch tactics for the race to the finish Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

    WHEN the game is deep into the second half and your team isn’t winning, it’s time to change the tactics – and that’s what both big parties did today. read more

  • Care home labelled inadequate as inspectors raise concerns over resident safety Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

    A SHIPLEY care home catering for people suffering from dementia has been labelled inadequate by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), with concerns raised over the safety of residents. read more

  • Safety issues need to be addressed Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

    THE first report on the quality of care provided by Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust shows there is much to be done by its leadership team, with the overall theme suggesting it must do better. read more

  • "Cruel and mean neighbour" who attacked disabled pensioner in his own home is jailed

    A 'CRUEL and mean' neighbour who attacked a disabled pensioner in his own home while demanding money from him, has been jailed for 18 months. read more

  • Franks a bunch! Jade packs punch to land title

    JADE Ashmore struck a blow for the "fairer sex" when she became Bradford College's first female student to win a Great Britain youth tri-nations title. read more

  • Bradford City disaster inquiry judge defends five-day fire investigation Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sir Oliver Popplewell

    Sir Oliver Popplewell, the former judge who conducted the 1985 Bradford fire public inquiry, has defended his investigation after it was revealed that local police had described the inquiry as a "seat of the pants affair". read more

  • Jets edge cup final battle of new boys

    HIGHTOWN Jets won the Spen Valley Memorial Trophy after beating Bradford-based Palestino 2-1 in the final at Overthorpe Sports Club. read more

  • Quartet of goals continues Hollingworth's dream season

    CAMPION striker Steve Hollingworth extended his seasonal tally of goals in all competitions to 42 as he helped himself to four in the West Riding County Amateur League. read more

  • Bresnan in the wickets as Warwickshire post 435

    ALEX Lees fell in the final over of the afternoon as Yorkshire replied to Warwickshire’s first-innings 435, reaching tea at 41-1 on day two of their LV= County Championship clash at Headingley. read more

  • Jack is jumping for joy

    YOUNGSTER Jack Morrell has been among the goals for Thackley Reserves in the Lancashire League. read more

  • Baildon facing uphill battle for promotion after spurning chances

    BAILDON Trinity Athletic's hopes of promotion from Division Two of the West Yorkshire League suffered a setback as they lost 3-2 at home to Sherburn White Rose – a result that saw Sherburn crowned as champions. read more

  • Police recover car after burglary at home of boxing champion Nicola Adams Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Nicola Adams

    POLICE investigating a burglary in which items belonging to Bradford-trained Olympic and Commonwealth boxing champion Nicola Adams were stolen have recovered her car. read more

  • Branagh’s take on classic fairytale

    ILKLEY Film Festival returns in May with a day of programming headlined by Sony Award-winning Adam Buxton. read more

  • Winifred Geaney

    GEANEY Winifred Please pray for the repose of the soul of Winifred aged 93 years, who died April 18 in hospital. The beloved wife of the late David, much loved mum of Michael and Carmel, loving grandma of Daniel, Jodie and Michael and also a great-grandma and a dear mum-in-law and aunty. May she rest in peace. Requiem Mass Thursday, April 30 at the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes & St William, Ingleby Road at 12.00 noon followed by interment at Thornton. Friends please accept this intimation. Flowers may be sent to the private chapel of W. Lever Ltd, 524 Thornton Road. read more

  • Kathleen Ingleson

    INGLESON Kathleen (formerly Pawson) Suddenly, but peacefully on April 20 at home in Scarborough. Beloved wife of the late Brian Ingleson and the late Jim Pawson. Dearly loved mum to the late Trevor Pawson and a very dear grandma. Funeral service and cremation to be held at Woodlands Crematorium, Scarborough on Tuesday, May 5 at 11.20a.m. Family flowers only please but donations if desired for the British Heart Foundation. Collection box at the service or c/o T W Tindall & Son Ltd, Funeral Directors, 116 Main Street, Cayton, Scarborough, YO11 3RP. Tel: 01723 582323 read more

  • Kenneth Mirfield

    MIRFIELD Kenneth On April 20, suddenly but peacefully at Calderdale Royal Hospital, Kenneth aged 76 years of Mirfield, formerly of Bradford. Devoted partner of Hilary and father of loving sons David and Scott, brother to Barbara, Robert and Allan, grandfather, brother-in-law and uncle, friend to many through his table tennis and cricket links. A celebration of Kenneth's life will take place at St. John's Church, Upper Hopton WF14 8EL on Wednesday, May 6 at 12.00 noon, followed by a private committal. Family flowers only but donations may be made in lieu if so desired to the Stroke Association - a plate will be available at the service for this purpose. Can all friends meet at the church. Cards or donations can be sent to Joseph Sheard, Funeral Directors, 8 Nettleton Road, Mirfield, West Yorkshire, WF14 9AA. read more

  • betty bell

    BELL Betty June Suddenly at home on Saturday, April 18, 2015, aged 82 years. Dearly loved wife of the late Leslie, devoted mum to Steven, Peter and Michael, loving mother-in-law, beloved grandma and a friend to many. The funeral service and cremation will take place at Scholemoor Crematorium on Wednesday, April 29, at 2:00p.m. Family flowers only please by request but donations may be made to the RSPCA and Leukaemia Research for which a box will be provided. Enquiries to D Walsh and Son. Tel. 01274 721530. read more

  • alice robertson

    ROBERTSON Alice Passed away peacefully in the Calderdale Royal Hospital, on April 22, aged 95 years. A much loved aunt to Michael and Jean, a loving great-aunt to Steven. Alice was also a very special and much loved friend to Elaine and Martin and a super gran to their children Lisa, Sarah and Gemma. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her. The funeral service will be held at Nab Wood, on April 30, at 12.40p.m. Family flowers only please by request but donations if desired may be given for the benefit of the Alzheimer's Society, for which a box will be provided. Enquiries to D Walsh and Son. Tel. 01274 721530. read more


    HARGREAVES Annie Elizabeth (Betty) Gone are the days we used to share, but in our hearts you are always there. Treasured memories of a lovely Mum. Love Darrell and Jane. read more

  • Thelma Baran

    BARAN Thelma So many hours we used to share, but in our hearts you will always be there. Miss you loads, God bless you. From all your loving family. xx read more

  • margaret jorysz

    JORYSZ Margaret (nee Thomas) On April 20, peacefully in hospital, aged 86 years. Dearly beloved wife of the late Martin, loving mother of Helen, David, Ian and Anne and a much loved grandma of Anna, Matthew, Harriet and Joe. Funeral service in St. Peter's Church, Bramley, on Friday, May 1, at 2.00p.m., followed by private cremation. No flowers by request please. Donations, if desired, may be given for the National Trust Lakeland Appeal, a plate for which will be available at the service. Enquiries to Robson and Ellis Funeral service. Tel. 0113 2570542. read more

  • Audrey Smith

    SMITH Audrey M 27.04.2014 Softly the leaves of memories fall, Gently we gather and treasure them all, Unseen, unheard, You are always near, So missed, So loved, So very dear. Love, Susan, Jeff, John, Lisa, Samantha and families xxx read more

  • Double hire for services business

    NG BAILEY, the Ilkley-based engineering, IT and facilities services group, has appointed new heads of its energy and HR teams. read more

  • Sales up, but 400 jobs go at manufacturing group

    MANUFACTURING group McBride, whose cost-cutting programme will see some jobs go at its Bradford site and other locations, has reported a 2.6 per cent sales rise in the three months to the end of March. read more

  • Pupils help with opening of store

    CHILDREN from Low Ash Primary School took centre stage when they helped to officially open the new £4 million Co-operative food store on Wrose Road. read more

  • Expansion project is all wrapped up

    PLANNED expansion at a Keighley-based packaging specialist has continued through another acquisition. read more

  • Three held after police car chase

    INQUIRIES are ongoing today after three people were arrested in Bradford after a police pursuit. read more

  • Beer festival has 18 ales

    PUNTERS can sample a range of drinks at the 14th Baildon beer festival next month. read more

  • Light is shone on window mystery

    THE mystery of a Silsden stained glass window, now in a house in Worcestershire, may have been solved. read more

  • Museum will host vintage wedding fair

    A VINTAGE wedding fair takes place at Cliffe Castle Museum in Keighley next month. read more

  • Choir’s Beethoven concert

    MEMBERS of Bradford Festival Choral Society will sing Beethoven’s Choral Symphony in Saltaire. read more

  • City film student gets extra funding

    AN ASPIRING Bradford filmmaker has been awarded a prestigious arts scholarship to support her studies and start building a career. read more

  • Spread a bit of happiness with flowers

    STEETON Flower Club is supporting a national campaign backed by TV gardener Alan Titchmarsh to spread a little happiness. read more

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