A Bradford teacher is today being hailed a Community Champion for her work developing children's creative talents.
SIR - Photographer Darren Page-Craven, pictured above, will no doubt prove what an interesting city Bradford is with his new' perspective on the city, taking photographs from the top of buildings.
SIR - In spite of the present publicity about the growing shortage of NHS dentists, which is quite clearly a scandal caused mainly by the usual excessive government interference, a small but important matter seems to have escaped attention, namely the…
SIR - When are the staff of the Bradford Interchange going to do something about the toilets?
SIR - I cannot believe some of the charges levelled at the Government regarding their intentions over the Romanian and Bulgarian situation.
SIR - Regular contributors might well have expected the report by the Conservative Tax Reform Commission to offer something to those looking for the restoration of the tax subsidy on private pension provision.
SIR - I see that the Government is having second thoughts about the detail of the proposed Climate Change Bill.
SIR - The last paragraph in the story about the problems Jack Mooney and his parents face regarding his skin cream (T&A, October 23) more or less says it all.
SIR - I believe the recent Stern report on the economic effects on global warming is just an excuse for the government to apply yet another stealth tax.
SIR - Many blind people are being "cheated" by not being allowed to claim the same level of benefit as wheelchair users.
SIR - People living in Harrogate Street, Lister Lane and Bolton Road areas of the city for some 17 continuous nights have been entertained to the noise of loud banger-type fireworks.
Work has started on a £4.5 million community centre which has the backing of the Prince of Wales.
Rising crime and disorder has led to an application for town centre drinking bans.
The jury in the Sharon Beshenivsky murder trial today heard expert evidence about the movement of mobile phones belonging to some of the defendants on and around the day of the robbery and shooting.
I'll never give up on football," said Neil Redfearn in his recently-published autobiography. "Football will have to give up on me."
The latest report into the performance of Bradford's primary schools is worrying.
Leon Pryce has never been afraid to speak his mind.
Jermaine Johnson and Donovan Ricketts are poised to put pen to paper on new City contracts by the weekend.
The Bulls have allowed Stanley Gene a return to Super League new-boys Hull Kingston Rovers.
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A half-term' report into the private company that runs Bradford's schools has revealed major concerns about primary pupils' performance.
Staff working for Bradford District Care Trust are more likely to be physically assaulted at work than any other NHS worker in the country, new figures reveal.
Sceptics say the latest doomsday report about climate change is a cover for yet more taxes. Keighley-born writer PETER SNOW, associate fellow of Oxford University's graduate business and management Templeton College, says we have been here before and…
Teenage tearaways are being encouraged to vent their frustration through music as a new programme aimed at stamping out yobbish behaviour is rolled out.
Yusuf Jamma was surprisingly calm and stood around asking other prisoners for cigarettes after he was arrested for the murder of PC Sharon Beshenivsky, the murder trial heard today.
A teenager has admitted a series of sex offences against younger boys over a six-month period last year.
In 1785, the first unsinkable lifeboat was patented by Lionel Lakin, a London coach builder.
A 66-year-old man from Shipley has been arrested following a fatal road collision.
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The new boss of Saltaire-electronics firm Filtronic has pledged to refocus the business after he was unveiled to investors yesterday.
Sujad Elahi is celebrating his best win as a professional - thanks to a regime of late-night training.
Yorkshire entered a new era yesterday with the arrival on a four-year contract of Chris Adams as captain and head of professional cricket.
The brother of an 80-year-old man who died following a hit-and-run crash made an emotional appeal for witnesses to come forward.
A task force is pulling out all the stops this year to make sure Bonfire Night is as safe as possible.
Tony Blair has given the strongest indication yet the legal age for smoking could be raised to 18.
Some of the gang members paid for a mini-bus to take them to a brothel on the eve of the robbery and shooting, the court heard.
Illegal immigrant Francois Baron was promised he could stay in the country if he helped police, the Sharon Beshenivsky murder trial was told yesterday.
A police officer who has been striving to make a neighbourhood a less fearful place to live, is in line to win a top accolade.
Bollywood film icon Amitabh Bachchan will be in Bradford next week for the official launch of the Indian Oscars'.