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  • Letters to the Editor

    SIR - A few years ago 999 meant help, rescue, protection. Today it means mealy-mouthed excuses for doing absolutely nothing. The British public has been set adrift. read more

  • Across the Years

    100 Years Ago read more

  • Sovereign wins new care contracts

    An historic Bradford health care company is celebrating a series of new business wins. read more

  • Business gets Big Brother award

    A market research firm has won a top national award for its part in making cult reality TV show Big Brother a success. read more

  • Society's new IT boss

    Skipton Building Society has announced that Derek Bond, is to take up the new position of general manager, IT, and become a member of the society's operational board. read more

  • On this day

    In 1692, after being convicted of witchcraft at Salem, Massachusetts, a clergyman and five women were executed. read more

  • High flying scouts

    Scouts and Brownies from Ben Rhydding became the first to take advantage of a new offer launched by low-cost airline Jet2. The group made a booking eight months ago and the 46-strong party have now taken the flight. And they were so impressed with their flight from Leeds-Bradford to Amsterdam that they have recommended the service to their Dutch counterparts when they make the return trip to Yorkshire. Philip Meeson, chief executive of Jet2, said: "It is particularly pleasing that our first group booker, Ben Rhydding Scout and Guide Group, has recognised this and recommended Jet2's services to its Dutch counterparts." read more

  • How we can all help police

    The police are considering relocating their police station in the Cleckheaton area into the town centre in response to a mini-crime wave that is particularly affecting business. read more

  • Gilmour exit 'a big loss'

    Lee Gilmour looks set to leave Bradford but the Bulls have flatly denied reports that Mike Forshaw is to follow suit. read more

  • Forrest looking to climb back into contention

    Danny Forrest is ready to send out a "remember me plea" to City boss Nicky Law. read more

  • Scarbrough wins Test debut

    Bradford Salem product Dan Scarbrough will make his Test debut when England's World Cup warm-up campaign begins against Wales in Cardiff next Saturday. read more

  • Ryan's dynamite debut

    Fulfilling a promise he had made to his local club if they ever reached the Bradford Sunday Alliance top flight, former Albion Sports midfielder Jason Ryan made his debut with Premier Division newcomers Holme Wood at Bolton Woods on the opening day of the season. read more

  • Winning double

    Athletes from Bradford beat off stiff competition to scoop top honours at the npowerActive Disport Athletics Championships at South Leeds Stadium. Thirty-one pupils from Haycliffe School competed and between them came away with 11 gold, eight silver and two bronze medals. The winning Bradford athletes were Joe Martin, who scooped gold in the over-15 100m, and Sarah Mullen, who took gold in the under-15 softball throw. read more

  • Bradford crowned Yorkshire champions

    Dunnington Cricket Club, which staged the Costcutter Yorkshire Senior Leagues' Competition final, had a decider of their own on Sunday. read more

  • Moor misery as Esholt moter home

    It has been a desperate season for Hartshead Moor's first team, who are still without a win after 21 matches. read more

  • Midwood makes his mark

    HYDE UNITED 1 FARSLEY CELTIC 1; Farsley held their nerve to remain unbeaten as they earned a creditable draw at Hyde United last night in the UniBond Division One. read more

  • Project that is courting support

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  • Across The Years

    125 Years Ago read more

  • Preacher in £150,000 swindle

    A debt-ridden bank advisor and lay preacher who stole from his employer, a church charity and his mother-in-law has been jailed. read more

  • Clamp crusader

    Always a popular destination for its literary links to the Bronte sisters, Haworth will be on the top of many lists for day trips this Bank Holiday weekend. read more

  • Church 'concern' at civil funerals

    Bradford Council today faced a backlash from the clergy after linking with a private company to offer civil funerals. read more

  • City fans trust in Kearney

    Bradford City fans have put their trust in midfield starlet Tom Kearney. read more

  • Balkans on tourist map

    A University of Bradford academic has taken part in a trek through the Balkans to learn more about eco-tourism. read more

  • Work on childen's home set to begin

    Contractors were today due to start work on the second controversial new children's home to be built in Bradford. read more

  • Net gain for sporting city

    Bradford went basketball barmy as some of the game's top stars gave coaching sessions to youngsters in Cent-enary Square. read more

  • Police chief's canal tour

    The Chief Constable of West Yorkshire, Colin Cramphorn, was cruising the county's canals today to find out more about a police community project involving officers, waterways charity The Safe Anchor Trust, and the international space agency NASA. read more

  • New way to help tackle hate crime

    Hate crimes can now be reported at a community centre as part of its services. read more

  • Cabbies on watch for street crimes

    A group of cabbies has pledged to keep watch over Keighley in a bid to beat crime on the town's streets. read more

  • Chldren's money is snatched

    Thieves raided a children's activity centre and stole hundreds of pounds and six computers. read more

  • Village honours hero Jim

    A street in Saltaire has been named after one of cricket's greatest legends and a Shipley hero. read more

  • 'Keep an eye out for my hawk'

    A teenager is appealing for Bradford residents to keep an eagle eye out for his beloved bird after it flew the coop. read more

  • Police may move into town

    Cleckheaton police station could be relocated to the town centre in an effort to stamp out serious crime. read more

  • Reflections of people's lives

    A TRIBUTE to the life and work of one of Ilkley's most talented artists opens this weekend at the Manor House Art Gallery and Museum. read more

  • Options increased for Ashton visit

    Bradford Park Avenue go into their second game of the UniBond Premier season tonight looking for their first point after a home defeat to Hucknall Town on Saturday. read more

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