Dudley Hill must visit Halifax Irish in the preliminary round of the Carnegie Challenge Cup following tonight’s draw.
Silsden will be hoping Cougar Park is more hospitable tomorrow night as they look to get their West Riding County Cup second round tie against Ossett Albion staged at the third time of asking.
Liversedge needed extra time before beating visitors Shirebrook Town 2-1 in the Kool Sport NCEL Pres-ident’s Cup second round tonight.
Burton Albion 1, Farsley Celtic 1
If, like me, your Christmas hadn’t quite begun yet, by the end of this thoroughly entertaining evening it most certainly will have done.
The Bishop of Bradford made a stinging attack on the immigration system during his Christmas speech.
Bradford Olympic cycling ace Rob Thackray scored a comfortable victory in the Greetland Cyclo-Cross Race, winning by almost a minute from his nearest rival.
Five new appointments have been made by expanding Bradford-based law firm Schofield Sweeney.
Trustees of a historic working men’s club that is up for sale say the tradition will live on – only elsewhere.
Bradford have two more world champions.
Planners have given the go-ahead to build an academy on the site of a secondary school in Allerton, Bradford.
Leeds United chief executive Shaun Harvey has tried to allay fears that the January transfer window could see the club sell top players like Jermain Beckford and Fabian Delph.
Omar Daley has received a pat on the back from one of England’s best wingers.
Bosses at a chain of Bradford-based curry houses could face fines of £250,000 after a swoop by immigration officials uncovered more than 20 staff thought to be working illegally.
Tesco has been refused planning permission to build a store in Queensbury.
City reserves 1, Hartlepool reserves 2
National League One strugglers Otley have been drawn at home to National League Two promotion contenders Cambridge in the fourth round of the EDF Energy National Trophy on Saturday, January 17.
Bradford Maroons basketball team enjoyed back-to-back victories last week, starting with a 100-68 home win over Huddersfield Heat.
A Bradford magistrate suffering from depression killed himself, an inquest heard.
City of Bradford’s Chris Brown has been awarded the Leo Beatty trophy as Yorkshire Swimmer of the Year for 2008.
An early day motion is due to be tabled in Parliament tomorrow calling on the Government to publish the findings of its consultation into pleural plaques compensation.
Bradford’s oldest gay venue has been put up for sale.
Campion under-14s cruised into the fourth round of the West Riding Cup with a 9-0 win at Knaresborough.
A religious tyrant and his cruel wife must stay behind bars after a judge refused them leave to appeal against their long prison sentences.
Replica weapons and drugs were seized by police during dawn raids today.
The Cougars will be live on Sky twice next season.
A local energy assessor has urged owners of commercial properties to ensure they obtain the correct documentation if they want to sell or let premises.
The parent company of a Guiseley business which is set to close is offering technical support to customers.
A Bradford business leader has praised a leading high street bank for pledging to lend more to small firms at a time when companies are facing increasing cashflow problems.
Bradford window firm Coral Windows and Conservatories has become one of the first in Yorkshire to achieve certification for an ‘A’ rated energy saving window.
Skipton Auction Mart’s annual Christmas prime livestock shows and sales held for the first time on a Sunday attracted more than 1,000 visitors.
Father Christmas turned green at the weekend in a bid to publicise a refurbished recycling facility in Queensbury.
I was a guest of the Parachute Regiment for its Christmas dinner – very nice it was too.
Prince Andrew learned during his recent visit to the city that Bradford-based supermarket group Morrisons had boosted local businesses to the tune of £105m this year.
A pals’ Christmas walk to get the children from under their wives’ feet is in its 22nd year – now minus the youngsters, but open to all.
A record 117 teams completed Sunday’s Calderdale Way Relay.
A poll for The Great Drink Debate, a Yorkshire and Humber initiative to canvass public views on alcohol, has revealed that Thursday is the day when the most office Christmas parties will be taking place in the region.
Cowling-based Middleton Mummers will be taking to the streets for its eighth annual “Sunday before Christmas” tour.
Four disused cemetery chapels in the Spen Valley could be brought back into use.
Outspoken former Speaker of the House of Commons Betty Boothroyd has challenged ‘Dick Turpin’ car clamper Ted Evans to donate double the release fee she paid him to a Bradford charity.
Speed humps are to be installed near Menston Primary School in Main Street, to force traffic to slow down.