IN a knockout draw which visibly brought home the exciting new era caused by the merger of the Bradford League and the Central Yorkshire League next season, holders Bradford & Bingley will start the defence of their Priestley Cup crown with a…
KEIGHLEY Cougars have been draw away to National Conference League Premier Division side Wath Brow Hornets in the first round of the iPro Sport Cup.
THE new Apperley Bridge railway station will open on Sunday, December 13, four months after it was due to be up-and-running.
The current owners of this charming canal-side home didn’t let an abundance of green carpet, paint effects and an out-dated kitchen put them off when they first saw it eight years ago.
The Christmas lights are on and the late night shopping has started.
THE parents of a woman who died of cystic fibrosis only months after graduating from the University of Bradford, have praised her determination in battling her health problems.
THE number of 11 and 12-year-olds across the Bradford district classed as being overweight has fallen over the past year, although the figure remains the highest in West Yorkshire, a new survey has revealed.
Officers from West Yorkshire Police have raided a travellers' site in York as part of a huge operation aimed at ending an escalating gipsy feud.
ORGANISERS of the annual Clayton Dickensian Market in Bradford have said preparations are well under way for a "phenomenal" event this year.
A SIX-year-old girl is having her long hair cut short to help raise money for a family friend who suffers from cancer.
BRADFORD is to benefit from new Government-backed schemes to develop advanced manufacturing - with the prospect of 12,000 new jobs in West Yorkshire.
A NEW monthly Vintage Market aiming to display the best of Bradford's creative businesses has been welcomed by the city's Chamber of Trade.
A CHANGE of ownership could herald a new dawn for Keighley’s long-delayed Worth Valley Shopping Centre.
SHIPLEY MP Philip Davies was likened to fictional villain Moriarty in a Commons debate today.
BATLEY and Spen MP Jo Cox has urged the prime minister to give the Syrian crisis "diplomatic priority" as David Cameron set out the case for UK airstrikes against Islamic State during a statement in the House of Commons yesterday.
DENHOLME'S Rebekah Tiler has been nominated for a third successive year for the BBC TV Young Sports Personality of the Year award.
A 25-YEAR-OLD Cleckheaton man has been arrested in connection with a gunpoint raid at an elderly couple's home.
POLICE have stepped up patrols in a Bradford neighbourhood following several reports of children being approached in suspicious circumstances by unknown men.
A SECONDARY school's controversial £16 million rebuild project has hit a new hurdle.
A DRUNKEN dustman who attacked a former girlfriend with a glass, causing severe lacerations to her neck and hand, has been jailed for three years.
A 32-YEAR-OLD man will be sentenced at Bradford Crown Court on January 5 for damaging a car and having a dumb bell bar as an offensive weapon in the city's Hall Ings.
TWO men have been arrested by detectives investigating an armed robbery at a Bradford bank.
JOBS are under threat at a Bradford bakery as a result of a planned group restructure.
CUTS to the budget allocated to turn around the lives of Bradford's troubled families means the scheme will have to try and intervene before their problems become "too complex."
BRADFORD'S Police Museum in City Hall will be hosting a Victorian-themed Christmas Fair on Saturday, December 5.
A MAN accused of going to a relative's home and assaulting two family members has had his case transferred to Bradford Crown Court.
A 27-YEAR-OLD man has been jailed for four months for pushing his girlfriend downstairs after watching a boxing match.
OPPOSITION councillors have accused Labour-led Bradford Council of getting its priorities wrong during its latest round of cuts.
CITY are not planning any business before today's tea-time emergency loan deadline.
A CCTV image has been released by police investigating a suspected shoplifting offence.
FIRE crews were called to a sheltered housing accommodation in Buttershaw after a resident's cooking caused a small fire last night At 10.15pm, a fire crew from Odsal was called to Bretton Court after a fire started when a woman spilled cooking oil…
DENHOLME'S Rebekah Tiler had a largely disappointing evening in the World Weightlifting Championships in the United States.
A MAN has admitted posting online "very intimate" pictures of a former girlfriend as an act of 'revenge porn' when their relationship ended.
STAFF at a Crossflatts store are saddling up to raise cash for charity.
WE should all make road safety count.
JAMES Meredith admits he faces a scrap to regain his place in City’s indestructible back four.
ANSWERING an emergency call has led to a fledgling IT consultancy clinching a maintenance and advice contract with its first plc client.
A FESTIVE appeal that provides about 3,500 gifts to disadvantaged children across the Bradford district is aiming for another bumper haul of presents this year.
CALLS for improved consultation during future projects following the controversial removal of trees in Saltaire World Heritage Site are to be presented to Bradford Council.
MATTY Blythe reckons Bulls fans will see the best of him in 2016 after putting his injury nightmares firmly behind him.
A MAN who appealed for help to bring his seriously-ill wife home has thanked the "fantastic" people who pledged more than £1,000 yesterday.
WHEN Charlie Martin turned out for the Bulls in a pre-season friendly against Leeds back in January, he was hopeful of earning a full-time deal at Odsal.
TWO PARTS of a war memorial that have been separated for more than 30 years have been reunited at a Keighley museum.
A FACTORY worker died of asbestos-related cancer only four months after being diagnosed with mesothelioma.
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