SIR - The report (T&A, April 14) headed "Dogs to patrol former schools," was an indication that Bradford Council and the police are taking a very positive step to reduce the acts of vandalism, arson, etc, presently being perpetrated against private and public properties, and a scheme which I have advocated for some time now.
Police have named the third Keighley drugs overdose victim in a month as father of four, Graham Midgley.
Visually-impaired Edward East is to make a marathon effort to raise money for a cancer charity later this month.
Anxious families waiting for news about body parts being held at Bradford Hospitals are being urged to be patient.
A security guard was drafted in to keep watch overnight outside a motorcycle shop which was ram-raided by a 46-seater coach.
A national veterinary company has been launched in West Yorkshire.
The new Climate Change Levy on industry has been 'badly designed' and will endanger the future of manufacturers in the region.
Thermoplastic manufacturer Chem Resist Europe has won a contract with a Czech battery supplier.
Most Bradford people have known for some time that the city centre is in decline as far as shopping is concerned. There are constant complaints that there are not enough retailers of sufficiently high quality to attract the people who have most money to spend.
Bulls' kingpin Henry Paul has promised a decision on his Odsal future by the end of next month.
Jamie Lawrence makes his comeback in Bradford City Reserves at the start of a hectic ten-day spell.
Hopes of Cleckheaton pulling off a Yorkshire Cup second round shock vanished in a ten-minute period either side of half-time.
An MP is campaigning for a change in the law to exempt a Bradford mother, who was raped by her husband, from paying maintenance to their two children.
Stanley Jennings and his wife Florrie have had no problems finding a seat on a double deck bus running between Idle and Bradford.
The biggest agriculture show in the Bradford district has fallen victim to the foot and mouth crisis, it was revealed today.
Detectives were today investigating the possibility that far right groups had a hand in the street battles at Lidget Green.
The street violence in Lidget Green was disappointing - but not surprising.
Bradford's Ukranian community today demanded a meeting with police in the wake of Sunday night's violence.
Top police officers will face criticism from members of the force's race watchdog at a meeting tonight in Bradford.
Niomi Gillin climbs all over her mum, toddles round the room and hugs her pet boxer-dog Chelsea.
A support group for women who have suffered domestic violence at the hands of their own children has launched a poster campaign to encourage more battered mums to speak out.
Skipton Sheep Day, a tradition revived last year, will go ahead this summer - without the sheep!
Bradford-based mail order giant Grattan has been forced to change an advertising campaign following a complaint that it misled customers.
In the heart of a Bradford village lies the former home of a world-famous literary family.
Takings have slumped at more than half of the stores in Bradford city centre in the past five years, according to a major national survey in shopping across Britain.
Birkenshaw A finally ended Queensbury A's dominance of the Hudson & Foster Bradford Cup with a 21-10 win in Sunday's final at Newlands Sports complex.