PRINCIPLES can be costly as motorist Lynne Mullinder found.
A nurse who tied patients' call buzzers out of their reach and left them in soiled beds at their nursing home has been struck off the nursing register.
PODIATRY patients in South Craven have been given more time to try to stop their service being moved to Skipton General Hospital.
A BARNOLDSWICK resident is urging Pendle Council to improve a 94-year-old drainage system before planning permission is granted to build more than 50 homes in a renowned flooding zone.
NEW life is being breathed into the Old Station Hotel at Giggleswick, which had stood empty since the previous tenant left in February.
FRESH calls are being made for Skipton's Burnside House to be put to community use - as it emerged that nearly £1,700 is being spent every week on its upkeep.
A MUSEUM which started because of the enthusiasm of six men is celebrating its 25th anniversary this month.
AN historic link between Craven and the Duke of Wellington's Regiment could be severed under reforms of the British Army.
CRAVEN residents may have to wait until next year to see whether the area will get a new regional assembly.
WHILE undergoing gruelling treatment for a brain tumour, inspirational youngster Daniel Wilkinson has been fundraising to help others with the illness.
A SKIPTON woman is in shock after receiving a £500 court bill for not paying a 70p parking ticket.
IT started out as a weekend hobby for 11 ladies and a boy. And it peaked with a joint performance by a 50-strong orchestra and an 80-voice choir.
AS we all know, Owd Tom is a cunning old rogue. What we didn't know is that he is a world-class thespian. If they gave Oscars for court appearances, he would be up there on the stage in Hollywood, welly boots and all.
SIR - As a current member of the Keighley Disabled Peoples Centre, I believe the biggest problem this charity has is apathy.
Detectives have released images from CCTV cameras to help track down witnesses to a deliberate hit-and-run attack in Keighley.
A super gran went from sewing machinist to midwife in just half-an-hour when she delivered her grandson on the living room floor.
A ten-year-old boy with a brain tumour has raised more than £4,000 for charity.
Ross Connolly made a good start to his bid to become the first home-grown winner of the Ilkley Open since Gary Henderson in 1994.
Bradford teenager and 2003 Kart Champion, Andy J Wilson, extended his advantage in the Manchester & Buxton Kart Club Senior TKM Championship at the Three Sisters International race circuit near Wigan.
Bobby Vanzie wants to see lightweight champion Graham Earl knocked off his perch tonight.
Phil Godfrey isn't underestimating the significance of a Pudsey Congs victory at home to Woodlands tomorrow in the battle of the top two in the Specialist Ducting Supplies First Division.
Acting captain Matthew Wood continued his rich vein of form with the bat by making a commanding 89 but Yorkshire still struggled on the second day of their championship match against Derbyshire at a sweltering Derby yesterday.
It's been a humid week, but one thing the Bulls players won't be on Sunday is fatigued when they face Hull FC.
Paul Henderson can nail down his place in City's team for the big kick-off.
At last, it seems, Bradford City fans can breathe a sigh of relief. The Football League has finally given the club the clearance it needs to kick off the 2004-05 season.
Prince Charles may have dubbed nanotechnology a threat and a top-level Government committee may be calling for more stringent safeguards.
Newlyweds are battling with immigration officials in their bid to set up home in Cross Hills.
Two heritage railway attractions have become the latest spots in the area to be chosen as scenes for a new BBC drama series.
Young Freddie Bolt took up acting just two years ago and is already becoming a veteran of TV drama.
BNP councillor Chris Kirby has been sacked from his job as a taxi driver as a result of his political beliefs.
SIR - The news announced last week will have a terminal effect on the name of the Duke of Wellington's Regiment (West Riding).
Children in Bingley have been using pedal power as part of a campaign to get more youngsters riding their bikes to school.
STEETON moved above neighbours Silsden in the Aire-Wharfe League after beating Illingworth by eight wickets.
THERE were runs galore last weekend as 12 teams scored over 200 and two batsmen - both making their debuts - scored centuries.
Cougars 16 Whitheaven 29 - AT TIMES the difference in league position, and budgets, between these two teams was difficult to see -- but Whitehaven had the class when it was needed.
BURNLEY FC bring a team to Keighley tomorrow, Saturday, as part of Silsden's pre-seson build up.
BRIAN NORTHING hit winning form in the Percy Stallard two-day stage race with an age-group victory on the final 44-mile stage.
KEIGHLEY garage owner Darren Wilson is building his own 4x4 'Supercar' to take some of the fastest off-road racers in the world.
COUGARS need to cash-in the points from Sunday's game against Featherstone -- if they are to keep their hopes of avoiding the drop alive.
WEST Craven neighbours Earby and Barnoldswick both suffered major batting collapses in the Senior Division of the Veka Ribblesdale League last weekend, leaving their bowlers with little prospect of rescuing the position.
EFFORTS by J P Mewies Craven Cricket League officials to persuade players to clean up their act in terms of unacceptable verbals appear to be paying off.
LAST season Skipton had every reason to applaud Tasmania's rich seam of cricketing talent when they had all-rounder Rob Dilger spearheading their promotion effort, but this term their associations with the Australian state have not been just as…
SETTLE are within one game of a place at Old Trafford in the final of the Lancashire Cup.
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Champagne cricket secured a maximum 12 points from Keighley's two weekend fixtures.
CLAIRE STARKIE has become the youngest winner of the Bradford Ladies Championship.
Liam O'Neill has won a place in the final of the Weetabix National Junior Champion ships.
Five lucky Bradford projects are set to share more than a £1 million in European money.
More than 43 children have been added to Bradford's child protection register since April.