AN international company, with northern headquarters near Skipton, has threatened to move away from the town after planners refused its application for offices in Water Street.
A two-year campaign to save a village store and post office is set to end in anger and frustration, with plans being made to convert it into two homes.
Local people can this month put forward their ideas for the make-up of Keighley's new Town Council.
An Asian community leader in Keighley has condemned a fanatic who is urging young men to take up arms against the British Government.
A Keighley man's 15-year-old nephew has lost half his leg in a shelling attack on a Kashmir village.
PEOPLE from Pakistani backgrounds in Keighley this week called for clarity on the issues surrounding the Kashmir crisis.
Members of the National Union of Journalists employed by Newsquest Bradford, which includes the Keighley News, are to stage a series of strikes in pursuit of a 7.5 per cent pay increase.
A couple who lost a nephew in the terrorist attacks on New York spoke this week of their joy at the birth of his baby daughter.
Supermarket chain Morrisons enjoyed a record-breaking Christmas with sales up 11.6 per cent on last year.
An Oldfield teenager is flying to the homeland of his grandparents to learn to speak Chinese.
Health chiefs have backed the company in charge of security at Airedale Hospital in spite of serious concerns from members of staff.
The rich transport heritage in Keighley will put the Bradford district in the driving seat to become the European Capital of Culture, according to a local travel expert.
Mobile phone muggings on the streets of Keighley are spiralling and young people are the main targets.
TWO young brothers were assaulted whilst they waited for their mum in one of Skipton's busiest shopping areas.
UNION members and staff protested outside Steeton's Airedale Hospital yesterday about alleged inadequate security at the site.
VICTIMS could soon have a bigger say in how to deal with young offenders.
PLANS for new toilets for Kettlewell have been approved by the national park's planning committee despite several objections from local residents and business owners.
VIGILANT Skipton police officers working in the early hours of Christmas morning prevented graffiti vandals causing thousands of pounds worth of damage.
NATIONAL Park Authority planners have backtracked on a decision to refuse an application to build houses on Long Preston's former auction mart site.
VILLAGERS at Burton-in-Lonsdale have launched an ambitious plan to build a £500,000 community centre.
PLANS for a multi-purpose games area that would benefit people throughout North Craven are gathering speed.
A SUCCESSFUL community arts event held in Barnoldswick at the height of the foot and mouth crisis has failed to attract cash from a foot and mouth recovery fund.
Keighley people born on the Queen's Accession Day are being invited to a Golden Jubilee garden party at Buckingham Palace.
The full impact of foot and mouth on the region's economy has been revealed in a new report.
A regeneration chief has called for a countryside master plan for the district.
A feast of fresh fungi could soon be on offer at Keighley's new farmers' market shop.
A man whose cancer-stricken wife has been given blood transfusions has organised special blood donor sessions at his workplace, as a way of saying thank-you to the blood service.
Alan Park, the "keeper of the slosh", has died at the age of 75 after a lifetime working backstage for Keighley Amateurs.
When it comes to labours of love, they don't work much harder than Carolyn Gatenby.
Mark Pattison, the new managing director of education in Bradford, could never be accused of a lack of ambition for the pupils in the city's schools. His stated goal of making this the best city in the country for exam results in the next ten years is to be applauded.
Lee Sharpe today urged fans not to panic as City try to halt the alarming slide which has sent them plunging to the brink of the relegation dogfight.
Almost 10,000 tickets have been sold for the World Club Challenge between Bradford Bulls and Australian premiers Newcastle Knights in Hudd-ersfield.
Thackley will be aiming to catch high-flying Brigg Town cold tomorrow when the FA Cup heroes head for Dennyfield and a top-six clash in the Northern Counties East Premier Division.
The Bees could well hand out three league debuts tomorrow in their North Division One match at Macclesfield.
Flood victims from Keighley and South Craven are being invited to take part in an on-line debate which could shape future Parliamentary policy.
The 19th century meets the 21st as one of Keighley's oldest retail businesses looks out on the town's ultra-modern new bus station.
In 1922, Insulin was first used successfully to treat diabetes.
Haworth Tourist Information Centre has revealed that the number of inquiries it received last year rose by almost 2,000 on the previous year, to 166,455.
A Bradford bakery has taken over a £5 million cake business - and rescued 70 jobs.
People running small businesses are to be shown ways of recovering from the foot and mouth epidemic.
The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway is on track for a bumper season.
The world of soft furnishings is not something you would normally associate with glamour.
Light has been shed on the origins of a historic painting of Keighley bus station featured in last week's Keighley News.
Former soldier Roy Edmond-son's new business is scaling the dizzy heights - thanks to help from Business Link and Keighley Local Enterprise Agency.
Health promotion workers rolled into Keighley this week to urge Asian people to quit smoking.
Keighley's film version of the legendary Railway Children story steamed ahead in a New Year poll.
THE bill has finally arrived for decisions taken some 30 years ago. Back in the late 1970s, when recruitment into the police was low, a package was approved offering better wages and pension terms. It solved the problem at the time and the enhanced pension terms would not need to be worried about for three decades.
Parents and guardians must draw some comfort from the belief that providing their offspring with a mobile phone gives a level of safety.
RICHARD ROBINSON is returning to captain Keighley Cricket Club in their 2002 campaign after several successful seasons with Baildon.
Oakworth Under-14s reached the last eight of the West Riding FA County Cup competition.