A passenger who successfully sued an airline after he fell asleep on a plane and was taken to the wrong country revealed today he might not see a penny of his compensation.
A Bradford office furniture store manager has come up with an ingenious way to beat two problems at once.
Bradford firm Urban Planters is becoming even more of a national operator with the opening of its 11th branch.
Bradford firm Wedge has completed a major order for galvanised steel parts which are being used in a temporary platform as Leeds City Station is refurbished.
The regeneration of a run-down area of Bradford, which will bring with it hundreds of jobs, is being taken a step nearer by the refurbishment of former textile warehouses.
People think the world-wide web is available to everybody. But around the world there are millions of people with disabilities who cannot use the Internet without a lot of help.
The half year results for Wm Morrison Supermarkets showed pre-tax profits up 11.6 per cent on turnover up 17.9 per cent, with a 20 per cent increase in the interim dividend.
Firms across Bradford are being helped to expand thanks a £100,000 growth scheme set up by the district's Business Link.
I've said it before and I'll say it again. I fully understand why 95 per cent of business owners say they wouldn't start a business in today's small business-hostile, over-regulated madness.
Four elderly widows plan to take Bradford Council to court rather than pay hundreds of pounds for their neighbours' new windows.
A former Keighley bus driver tried to murder a 13-year-old schoolgirl after picking her up from a stop in East Morton.
An 83-year-old cancer sufferer has condemned historic houses in Saltaire as unfit to live in.
Key health and council workers in Calderdale and Kirklees are to be immunised against flu so they are fit to cope with Millennium celebrations.
Football fans are being offered the chance to play against a team of soccer legends featuring the likes of Bradford City coach Terry Yorath and his fellow stars Peter Lorimer and Eddie Gray.
Community groups in Otley believe a new day centre could be the solution to the town's shortfall in help for the elderly.
A woman left paralysed after her parachute failed to open properly is calling for greater flexibility in the rules about how disabled people are manually lifted.
Cyclists Stuart Barrick and Rob Fowler were blown off their bikes as they attempted a charity bike ride.
Two new business partners are on the verge of a major breakthrough which will revolutionise the way steel is welded underwater around the world.
Rugby Union: Baildon 11, Leeds Corinthians 21.
Customers will soon be taking their hats off to Ilkley's newest ale and wine bar, the Bar t'at, which takes its name from the Yorkshire anthem On Ilkla Moor Baht 'at.
An ambulance driver is all set to embark on a dream trip of a lifetime - thanks to the fundraising efforts of her friends and family.
Housing chiefs have drawn up a £30 million shopping list on five estates which won a huge injection of cash 18 months ago - but the list may never become a reality.
Young people don't want to be engineers, according to the latest figures. Education reporter Lyn Barton investigates and asks what schools should be doing to encourage our next generation of engineers
The shape of Bradford's future will be thrashed out at a debate hosted by newsreader and broadcaster Sir Trevor McDonald on Thursday.
Islamic religious leaders have been criticised for failing to attend a ground-breaking seminar on the issue of forced marriages.
Toni Armitage is determined to put old buffers into the sidings as she pursues her unusual hobby.
Here's a sad little story of our times, as told to me by North of Watford reader John David Whitlam. It relates to an incident early in August.
Sales of early music instruments are expected to really take off world-wide thanks to the buy-out of a Bradford workshop by its manager.
A leading financial consultant is warning firms to be on their guard against the rapid rise in junk e-mail.
Bradford Council's decision to stick by its guns and insist that four home-owning Bingley pensioners contribute hundreds of pounds each towards the cost of their tenant neighbours' new windows is outrageous. It has completely ignored the fact that these widows have already spent considerable sums on their own new windows and other improvements when they bought their properties from the Council.
Dynamic centre Scott Naylor helped the Bradford Bulls earn their rightful place in the Grand Final and then set his sights on Old Trafford glory.
Skipper Stuart McCall has hailed the fighting spirit which helped Bradford City end their seven-week wait for a Premiership victory with a one-goal triumph at Derby.
Bradford Bulls 40, St Helens 4; Nigel Askham reports from Odsal.
Derby County 0, Bradford City 1; Richard Sutcliffe reports from Pride Park.
Paul Jewell today welcomed Bradford City's home tie against Barnsley in the Worthington Cup third round next month.
An Otley couple have found an unusual plot to build their dream house - their back garden.