The "hidden" victims of smoking were highlighted during the presentation of the country's first awards to honour people who strive to stub out the killer habit.
A Bradford football fan is threatening to sue the holiday firm who put her in touch with a company selling World Cup tickets after the official receiver was called in to investigate it.
New hospital league tables showing the death rates of patients have been cautiously welcomed in Bradford.
Fundraisers are celebrating after raising £500,000 for a new multi-million pound hospice in just ten weeks.
The father of a 16-year-old who died in a joyriding accident today spoke of his heartbreak.
Ancient markings on stones on the moors of Bradford have mystified generations of archaeologists.
Plans to dump millions of tonnes of waste at a quarry have come under fire.
Plans to revamp Bingley's Myrtle Walk shopping centre in an £11 million project have been thrown into doubt by a rival bid.
Patients at the oldest GP practice in Bradford are set to benefit in the £1.5million development of a new purpose-built medical centre.
A senior council officer has been suspended on full pay after dropping a £600,000 clanger over the housing accounts.
A long time ago I wrote some waffly piece for a wool publication, asserting that the future for an expanding wool trade and industry lay increasingly in the Far East.
Two Bradford firms have won Government cash to help them put new ideas into practice.
A school and a community centre have unveiled plans to improve social and sporting activities for Wyke residents.
Ambitious plans costing up to £500,000 to transform the St Ives Estate into a country park have been unveiled.
Nice to know that our "cool" Government, with its emphasis on youth, really does care for the Seniors after all. Well, hasn't it proved it with its "passport for pensioners", launched this week, which sets out a list of the rights to health care, benefits, housing, personal safety and travel and leisure facilities?
Kay Mellor clearly knows the world of the TV soap very well indeed. She should: she's written enough real ones.
Manager Paul Jewell and assistant Chris Hutchings believe Bradford City will be as fit as they have ever been by the start of next season.
Sent off Bulls skipper Graeme Bradley will launch a determined battle to clear his name in a bid to face Wigan in Friday night's Super League showdown at Odsal.
Yorkshire made a magnificent start to their Benson and Hedges Cup semi-final match at Headingley today, reducing Essex to 33 for three at one stage after Chris Silverwood had captured a wicket with the very first ball of the game.
Athletics: Stevie Green and Colin Moore helped Bingley Harriers' cause in a Northern Men's League Division 3C fixture at South Leeds Stadium.
Prince Charles warns us about the possible health and environmental risks of scientifically "doctored" foods. But what do we really know about the contents of our food, and is genetic engineering the whole story? Jim Greenhalf reports.