THIS year's Bingley Music Live has proved so popular that extra tickets for the three day festival have been made available.
A ROW has broken out between Shipley MP Philip Davies and two residents over the government's response to the refugee crisis.
A REPORT by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation has highlighted the pioneering work being carried out in Bradford to tackle dementia.
HUNDREDS of students and protesters gathered at a Bradford school to mark a year since a teacher was suspended for posting a pro-Palestinian message online.
A JUDGE has jailed three members of a burglary gang who carried out a string of offences across West Yorkshire stealing valuable cars and property valued at a total of £150,000.
ONLINE retail giant Amazon is to open a new warehouse in Yorkshire creating more than 300 permanent jobs over the next three years.
DISPLAYING the ruthless efficiency of sportsmen who know that a great prize is within their grasp, Yorkshire’s cricketers swept Somerset aside at Headingley this morning and won their LV= Division One match by an innings and 126 runs just before…
CONSTRUCTION techniques pioneered in Bradford will play a key part in enabling a new £430 million West Midlands hospital to be delivered on time.
The mouthwatering Lexus RC F is a real head-turner - both in terms of its aggressive styling and throaty engine roar.
TWO men have raised more than £850 for Macmillan Cancer Support after tackling a 127 mile bike ride from Liverpool to Leeds.
BRADFORD Council should learn lessons from its attempts to save money by reorganising Bradford's children's centres, a programme that has been hit by delays.
A PETITION with more than 3,000 signatures has been handed to Kirklees Council in a bid to close a sports facility.
THE heads of children's services on Bradford Council have been grilled over a report into how the authority is improving education standards in the district.
CYCLISTS tucked into a free breakfast at a Bradford cafe to mark Cycle to Work Day.
TEENAGERS can take their first steps in a career in the police by signing up for a scheme.
BARBERS and hairdressers were encouraged to get children to read to them while getting a back to school haircut to boost literacy in the city.
I AM worried about my month old great grandson. Before this century is over he will face exceptional difficulties, and all because of the way we, you, me and all the other adults are currently behaving.
A COUPLE have set up a new microbrewery in the district.
A MAN accused of risking the lives of patients by starting a blaze at Bradford Royal Infirmary has been ordered to stay away from the hospital unless he needs medical help.
CYCLISTS will get the chance to tackle a route known as the 'Hell of the North' during a charity bike ride from Bradford to France next year.
SIR – Further to David Hornby’s comments regarding the recent appointments to the House of Lords, it would be better if future selections to the House were undertaken by an independent body, whose decisions were free from party politics.
SIR – Your readers, in particular gardeners, might be interested to learn that I have seen eight or ten yellow and black banded caterpillars hungrily eating a weed in Legrams Lane.
SIR – I do hope that Jeremy Corbyn wins the Labour leadership contest.
A MAN who was sexually abused by a mental health nurse more than three decades ago is suing Airedale NHS Foundation Trust.
SIR – May I offer my apologies beforehand for the use of an inadequate cliche but may I express via your newspaper my sincere and heartfelt gratitude for the consideration, courtesy and perception I have received from the staff at the urology…
SIR – I agree entirely with John Pashley regarding his views on the erecting of a statue to Geoffrey Brindley.
SIR – Geoffrey Bindley – The Jesus Man – by all accounts has not worked since 1960, so just what has he done in all this time to deserve a splendid funeral at our expense and have a statue erected in the city?
NOT many places of worship generate its own electricity.
SIR – It was disturbing to read the story in the T&A (August 28) regarding the mindless damage and anti-social behaviour in Cross Lane, Little Horton.
New figures show that almost 10 per cent of secondary school pupils who have started this week haven’t been allocated any of their top three choices, making Bradford the sixth worst in the country.
A PROJECT to create a book filled with photographs celebrating Bradford is going ahead thanks to support from Bradfordians and several local groups.
A SECOND man has been summonsed to appear in court over an incident where a police helicopter was allegedly targeted by laser pointers.
AN innovative health campaign in Bradford to prevent people developing diabetes has notched up yet more acclaim – this time from a national curry competition.
THE Prince of Wales will be visiting the area next week as part of a tour of the county.
THE head of Bradford's Dixons Academy Trust, Sir Nick Weller, attended a reception at Downing Street yesterday as the Prime Minister vowed to open another 500 free schools over the next five years.
AN APPEAL by the Bradford Coroner's Office for relatives of the city's 'Jesus Man' to come forward has so far been unsuccessful.
The parents of poorly Otley boy Sam Brown have hailed "really positive" news that health bosses might finally be prepared to fund their son's treatment.
A MAN who carried out a "fearsome" assault on another man has been warned he will go to prison if he offends again.
PHIL Parkinson has confirmed that Reece Burke can play for City on Saturday.
ANDY Burnham, one of four candidates vying to become new leader of the Labour party, was in Bradford last night to tell supporters he would be a "powerful advocate" for the city.
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Shipley have won the Marie Ogden Pairs for the first time since 2010, defeating Guiseley 3-2 in the final at Rufford on Sunday.