GOT a dirty car and live around Bingley?
THREE friends who grew up in Thorpe Edge in the 1970s are organising a reunion for anyone who lived in the area at the time.
A SWATHE of local services are to be slashed while council tax is to go up by nearly five per cent, after a heated debate at Bradford’s City Hall.
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MORE than 100 guests packed into the banqueting suite at City Hall for the inaugural Bradford Pride Awards, which recognise work carried out in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community.
NEWSQUEST Media Group, owner of the Telegraph & Argus and one of the UK’s leading regional media companies, is continuing to deliver strong audience growth across its network of more than 160 local news sites.
THE Sunbridgewells development in Bradford city centre has been nominated for a national design award.
BAD BEYOND Expression is the title of a talk at the Bronte Parsonage Museum on Tuesday, March 7.
A BOOMING company based in the district is expanding globally.
DETECTIVES searching for missing Craig Alderson have issued new CCTV images and renewed their appeal to try and trace him.
SALTS have only won once in the Taylor's Timber Premier Division since the turn of the year but they can still play their part in the destination of this season's championship.
Doris isn’t the only storm hitting Bradford today. From social care to public loos, community halls to bowling greens and keep-fit classes to the Bradford Ministry of Food, the fate of a host of council services will be decided tonight.
A STEETON company has climbed on board to save a threatened bus service.
POLICE have released a photograph of a man they are looking for in relation to a criminal damage incident at Bradford Interchange.
A PROTEST against sexual violence was held in City Park yesterday to mark the anniversary of an alleged mass rape.
IT'S good that the Council has seen the light and is using common sense in the face of public protest in scaling back some reductions in its gritting service.
A ROAD safety campaigner from Bradford says it is "ridiculous" that a speeding driver who clocked up 62 points on their licence is still allowed to drive.
A PRIMARY school has been judged "good" by inspectors for the third time in a row.
MARK Marshall is a City doubt for the return to his former club Port Vale on Saturday.
A VINTAGE-shop owner has said she is dumbfounded over the Council's order for her to remove a pram from outside her business.
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OTLEY’S director of rugby Peter Clegg has admitted that team selection this week will be a case of give and take.
OAKWELL Hall in Birstall is to reopen next month after a £190,000 electrical upgrade.
BRADFORD Park Avenue go into their Vanarama National North fixture on Saturday looking down on the relegation places for the first time since the opening week of September.
TWO Ilkley based cycling businesses are coming together in April to host a charity ride in aid of Child Bereavement UK.
A WELL KNOWN figure in the world of motorcycling has died at the age of 73.
SCHOOLCHILDREN across the district are being given the chance to write and perform in a musical.
Police are today appealing for witnesses to a serious street assault that left a man with serious head injuries to come forward.
A TEENAGER is in custody after a police chase ended with a "stinger" being deployed to stop the vehicle.
FOR the first time this winter, Bradford Council have closed their grass pitches this weekend.
YORKSHIRE'S Jack Leaning is hoping to take advantage of a new route into international contention by impressing during next month's North v South one-day series in the United Arab Emirates.
TRIBUTES have been paid to Dales Council League chairman and former Bradford League secretary Steve Raistrick, who has died aged 56.
POLICE have arrested a man after a car stolen from Lancashire was spotted in a car park on Duckworth Lane.
PLANS to build a three-storey building featuring shops and apartments on the site of a former pub have been submitted to Bradford Council.
A BY-ELECTION is expected to be held shortly in a Calderdale ward following the death of a councillor.
SILSDEN'S weekend game against Chadderton, in the lower tier of the Hallmark Security League, has been brought forward to tomorrow night because of another event at the Keighley Road Stadium on Saturday.
A REPORT has been made of a hammer attack at Bradford Interchange.
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