CREWS from four fire stations tackled a fire believed to have started in garages beneath flats in Ilkley tonight.
JONNY Bairstow and Tim Bresnan starred as Yorkshire took charge of their LV= County Championship match against Durham during a dreamy second day for the statisticians at Emirates Durham.
TRAFFIC officers issued tickets to drivers during inspections in Holme Wood, Wyke and Great Horton.
Almost 50 of the district's primary schools were inspected by Ofsted in the last financial year.
PUPILS put together 500 food parcels for the homeless across Yorkshire.
A PROJECT which aims to improve the health of Bradford's visually impaired people has had its membership increase by 50 per cent since being awarded a £6,000 lottery grant.
ROYAL Mail has started a campaign to raise awareness about dog attacks on postmen and women as it reveals more than one postie a month is targeted in Bradford.
AN inquest into the death of a former Bradford man found dead in the Malaysian jungle was opened in the country today.
A DEBATING team from a local school has been crowned champions of a national competition.
WIBSEY Rugby Union Club, who play in SSE Yorkshire Division Five, are starting weekly Tuesday training sessions at their Northfield Road pitch on July 7 (7pm).
Sicily may be famed for its Mafia connections, but Hannah Stephenson discovers a family-friendly island trying to break free of its past
AIREDALE are holding a memorial day next month in memory of former president and founder Ken 'Biff' Smith, who died last summer.
BRADFORD Bulldogs ended their season in style by winning the prestigious Sheffield Under-16s Tournament and retaining the English Ice Hockey Association development award on the same weekend.
LOCAL author Elizabeth Hopkinson is celebrating the “secrets, history and mystery” of historic houses, in an anthology of new writing.
NOW, I don't want to be a killjoy about people's pets, but when I see a neighbour's feline stray into my garden, I just want to get my claws out.
CHEF and nutritionist Madeleine Shaw's diet plan doesn't just help her clients become healthier in the kitchen - it's improving their relationships too.
A FATHER has been jailed for 18 months after he lied to police about a street assault which left a man with brain damage.
BURLEY booked a semi-final spot for the fifth time in six years in the Aire-Wharfe League's Waddilove Cup with 72-run win at Ben Rhydding.
BRITISH Transport Police want to track this youth after a member of staff was racially abused at Keighley railway station.
SCHOLES, after a shock 17-run defeat at Yeadon on Saturday, narrowed the gap on Morley at the top of JCT600 Bradford League Division Two to six points on Sunday.
RECORD-breakers Jonny Bairstow and Tim Bresnan have put Yorkshire in a position of great strength during the second day of their LV= County Championship match against Durham at Emirates Durham.
A CITY trader reclines on a leather sofa in his chic loft apartment, tie loosened as he unwinds after a day at the office.
THE late Keighley Cougars player Danny Jones was last night inducted into the club's Hall of Fame which includes legends of the game going back over a century.
ON A day when it rained boundaries, Pudsey St Lawrence were only one more lusty blow away from victory in the JCT600 Bradford League Twenty20 final on their home ground.
FOUR men are still in hospital after a serious crash on Saturday.
BRADFORD'S Richard Barton finished second in the Speedi-Beet Horse of the Year Grace C Championship qualifier at Bramham International Horse Show, defeating 53 rivals.
SIR – The civil engineering workers are doing a really good job in Victoria Road, Saltaire.
SIR – Will the four “New Labour” MPs, Messrs Burnham, Cooper, Corbyn and Kendall, not to be confused with a firm of solicitors, whoever is elected, be beneficial to the party’s electability in the near future, or will they be compared to another quartet knows as The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse with their predictions of doom and despair.
SIR – The recent anti-austerity marches against Government cuts have in my view come too late.
Sir - Could I, through the columns of your newspaper, thank those people who came from all over West Yorkshire (and further afield) to attend the 130th Service of Thanksgiving for SSAFA (The Soldiers’ Sailors’ Airmen’s and Families Association) at Wakefield Cathedral.
SIR – Lister Park has never looked more gloriously exquisite. Surely bees, butterflies and thus birds agree.
Sir - Many of your readers may have lost a loved one or cared for someone with a terminal illness.
Sir - A letter from John Pashley (T&A, June 18) has been brought to my notice asking about the origin and purpose of a spotted dog on a building in Northgate.
Sir - Jane Dunn’s letter today succinctly expresses what Baildon is thinking.
STAFF at Bradford College will strike tomorrow in an ongoing row over potential job losses.
A 14-year-old boy has admitted stabbing a supply teacher in a school classroom.
A DOZEN firearms, as well as imitation guns, rounds of ammunition and drugs were found at a Bradford house where a man was shot dead with his own gun during a police raid, an inquest heard today.
NEW figures from Age UK reveal a rising social care crisis, with cuts to older people's services leaving them "trapped" in hospital while they wait for support.
THIS newspaper makes no apologies for returning to a subject on our pages and in this column that is the most important issue facing the district.
Organisers of this year’s harness racing in aid of Manorlands Hospice breathed a big sigh of relief when the sun came out yesterday.
Members of Bradford Amateur Rowing Club battled it out with crews from across the north of England at the club’s annual sprint regatta on Saturday.
IT’S no laughing matter but I couldn’t wait to alert my daughter to the news that skinny jeans can seriously damage your health.
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