Will of people to have BNP voice
The first elected members of the newly-formed Wrose Parish Council today pledged to unite the community and work to bring improvements to the village.
Morrisons was today bracing itself for strike action at its two distribution centres as members of the Transport and General Workers' Union began a ballot over industrial action.
Bradford firms were today warned to be on their guard against unsolicited "invoices" for entry in an international business directory.
A prosecuting solicitor, who was suspended from her job after joking that she was a friend of Osama bin Laden, has won her fight to prove she was the victim of race discrimination.
In a week in which the West Yorkshire Police force was criticised for its poor showing in tackling burglary and car theft, news that a blitz against the latter is planned across the Bradford district is very timely.
City are moving close to naming their new manager - but it will not be Bryan Robson.
The 'world champion' tag that sits around the Bulls' neck is still weighing heavily, says coach Brian Noble.
Spen Victoria continued their good form in the Naylor Premier with a 19-11 win at Ladyhill.
Joint Second Division leaders Glusburn and Bingley Congs both won at the weekend and are separated only by run rate.
Bradford could become a "petrol desert", an expert has warned.
Drivers could be stopped from using a residential street to avoid a major roundabout.
A trust fund set up for a terminally-ill four-year-old has raised £5,500 in little more than a month.
Across the country thousands of children are having large numbers of their teeth removed in hospital - many at a very early age - because they are so badly decayed.
Carolyne Coyle reports on how a revolutionary teaching technique is working at one Bradford school and the impact it is having on the pupils' problem-solving
The election of a Bradford Tory councillor is being investigated following claims from within his own party that he influenced the vote.
Last-minute talks between union leaders and management have averted a bus strike threatened for midnight tonight.
A man who set fire to a busy club during the Bradford riots three years ago, endangering the lives of 23 people, has failed in an Appeal Court bid to win his freedom.
Art lovers and fans of the beautiful game will be able to get their hands on two unique prizes once bidding gets underway at an auction which aims to help save Bradford City.
The Royal Mail has launched an investigation after two large bundles of undelivered letters were found dumped on a piece of Heaton waste ground.
It may have been sweltering outside, but that was nothing compared to the heat on stage at the Alhambra last night.
Victims of vehicle crime will be visited by investigating officers as police crack down on car thieves.
Lightcliffe Motors achieved the result of the week as they inflicted the first defeat of the season on Central Division leaders Jer Lane.