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  • Letters to the Editor

    SIR - I have written to Elections Minister and Shipley MP Chris Leslie saying I am appalled that the Government intends to impose an all-postal ballot in Bradford. read more

  • City firm stands up for Microsoft

    When you get to know it a bit better, Bradford's business community is full of surprises. read more

  • Football firm targets South

    A Bradford-based five-a-side football company has expanded its operations by snapping up its first centre in the South of England. read more

  • Real sisters in law!

    A woman solicitor has teamed up with her sister-in-law to open a new practice in the heart of a Bradford regeneration area. read more

  • On this day

    In 1885, General Gordon died at the siege of Khartoum. read more

  • Right to target kerb crawlers

    It is not surprising that police are concerned at the results of their four-hour blitz against kerb-crawlers in Listerhills Road, Sunbridge Road and Thornton Road. Four behavioural contracts issued, 15 other drivers stopped and warned and a further ten registration numbers taken for the owners to be contacted by letter might seem to have been a "good result" for the vice squad. However, it is a bad result for that part of Bradford in that it suggests there is a massive problem. read more

  • Nine wins to beat drop!

    Another home defeat by the odd goal has plunged City further into the relegation mire - but the management team of Bryan Robson and Colin Todd say they can still save the club from the drop. read more

  • Four-midable Johnson!

    Paul Johnson put his hand up for a starting berth at right centre against Penrith in the World Club Challenge with an excellent four-try debut in the 56-18 defeat of Castleford at Odsal yesterday. read more

  • Stalybridge Celtic 2 Bradford Park Avenue 0

    Avenue's wretched start to the new year continued as two second-half strikes gave the Cheshire club a victory and left Avenue with a five-match losing streak. read more

  • Leek Town 3 Farsley Celtic 2

    An exit from the UniBond Chairman's Cup by the odd strike in a five-goal thriller equated to a bad day at the office for Farsley Celtic manager Lee Sinnott. read more

  • Thackley 2 Arnold Town 0

    Teenager Declan Corby marked his debut with a superb individual goal and he also set up the other as Thackley snapped out of their recent slumber with a fine 2-0 win over Arnold Town. read more

  • Bracknell 13 Wharfedale 3

    Wharfedale's erratic recent form hit a downturn at Bracknell, and the ten-point defeat fairly reflected the two teams' relative performances in what was a lack-lustre National League Two contest. read more

  • Old Otliensians 11 Baildon 16

    Baildon kept themselves in the hunt for the second promotion place in Yorkshire Division Four with this derby victory. read more

  • Morley 10 Bees 18

    Bees skipper Barry Clark summed up what all his club's followers must have been thinking after this latest North Division One victory. read more

  • Prescott can't convince Assembly

    John Prescott must have feared the worst when he walked into the spotlight in front of 200 Yorkshire business people ready to be quizzed on his ideas for a Yorkshire Parliament. read more

  • Testing time for girls on binge

    A Bradford firm which sells pioneering drug testing kits for businesses and concerned parents is to hit the TV screen again. read more

  • Kerb crawlers will be banned

    Kerb crawlers in Bradford's red-light areas face being banned from the city as a result of a ground-breaking partnership. read more

  • Body found on rail line

    An investigation was launched today after a body was found on a railway line. read more

  • £4.3m community HQ launch

    Work will start this year on a £4.3 million neighbourhood and medical centre in West Bowling, Bradford. read more

  • Sports dream to become reality

    A ten-year dream of a sports and recreation development in the heart of Bradford Moor and Barkerend is expected to become a reality soon for families in one of the district's most deprived areas. read more

  • Experts hunt for a cure, naturally

    Researchers at Bradford University are looking to boost ways the body can fight off heart disease - without needing drugs. read more

  • Save our footpath petition

    Hundreds of people are expected to back a petition to safeguard the use of an unofficial footpath. read more

  • It'll be murder on the Nile!

    Cycling has not always been a pleasant pastime for theatre nurses Irene Fowler and Jeanette Bray. read more

  • Shunned centre to close

    Lack of funding and community support mean a Bradford community centre will close at the end of next month. read more

  • £14,000 raised in soldier's memory

    War widow Samantha Roberts will collect a cheque in her husband's memory tomorrow after a massive fundraising drive for the Royal British Legion. read more

  • Campaign group on brink

    A group which has spent a decade fighting for improvements to Bingley is in danger of folding if more members do not step forward. read more

  • 'I keep expecting Ian to come back'

    The widow of a police traffic officer who was shot and killed while on duty on Boxing Day said she kept expecting him to come home. read more

  • Hunt for man after teenager's ordeal

    Detectives are trying to trace a man in connection with an attempted abduction of a 14-year-old girl. read more

  • 'Stop the chicken run'

    The Government was today urged to take long-term action against cheap imports of poultry meat which, it is claimed, could decimate the district's food manufacturers. read more

  • West Bowling 16 Thornhill Trojans 6

    West Bowling won a rough, tough encounter against Premier Division top-six play-off rivals Thornhill Trojans at Bankfoot Oval. read more

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