Controversial plans to reduce congestion at Saltaire roundabout have gone back to the drawing board because of mass public opposition.
It was an unusual afternoon for striker James Hanson at Dagenham.
The Cougars have signed Huddersfield centre Tom Burton ahead of the 2010 season.
A 20-year-old man broke a police officer’s wrist in a violent disturbance at his family home.
A man caught at a Bradford cannabis factory has been jailed for two years before he is deported back to Vietnam.
Remaining the only unbeaten side in the Football League is a greater motivation for Leeds United’s players at Millwall on Saturday than avenging last season’s play-off semi-final defeat.
The Government will seek advice on whether genetic screening and counselling should be given in areas where first-cousin marriages take place.
Steve Teale finds the simplest ideas are the best in a ‘green’ Volvo
A 44-year-old Bradford man was today jailed for three years for dealing in class A drugs.
Bradford & District Union of Golf Clubs’ Winter Alliance, Northcliffe: 1 Graham Town (Hollins Hall, 9), Andy Town (Northcliffe, scr), 48; 2 Steve Wood (Bradford, 7), Mark Wood (Rawdon, scr), 47; 3 Ghyll, Ralph Lowther (16), Peter Marshall…
Keighley Cricket Club are seeking teams of four to take part in a fortnightly sports quiz on Thursdays over the winter.
Salts Tennis Club are holding their autumn junior tennis camp next week (Monday to Friday 9am-noon, 1pm-4pm) for youngsters aged from five to 16 at their Victoria Road headquarters.
Tyersal go head to head with local rivals Wibsey in the first round of the Premier Division Cup at Arkwright Street (1.45pm) on Saturday.
Yorkshire’s most iconic cricketer is being immortalised in a new beer.
In the latest episode of National League One's longest-running fixture, Stourbridge return to The Avenue on Saturday to face Wharfedale.
Cleckheaton, who are without suspended duo Carl Mason and Richard Piper, must pick themselves up to face Darlington Mowden Park at home in National League Three North on Saturday after losing another contest they should have won at home to West…
The latest from the district's angling clubs.
Bradford & Bingley have resigned one of their Twickenham heroes.
Bradford Salem are hoping that last week’s 46-18 setback at Heath is a one-off.
Prop Richard Leach has confirmed his retirement for Keighley after a neck injury sustained in training.
Birkenshaw are at home to old foes Ackworth Jaguars in the opening round of the Pennine President’s Cup on Saturday.
Bradford Dudley Hill full back Lewis Evans makes a welcome return from a long-term knee injury on Saturday.
Striking Bradford postal workers were picketing the main mail centre in Bradford today as part of the national two-day walk-out as a local union official said they were ready to embrace changes to modernise the service.
Lee Bullock column: We’ve started pilates in training this week which is an interesting challenge for us all.
Firefighters from Bradford tackled a kitchen fire in a flat at Tyersal today.
Police in Bradford are looking for volunteers to help tackle crime in their communities as part of a new neighbourhood policing project.
The UK export credit agency has launched a letter of credit guarantee scheme to assist exporters by boosting the availability of short-term export finance.
Stronger than expected trading at Argos and Homebase lifted half-year profits at parent firm Home Retail Group, despite “challenging” conditions.
The public have the chance to crown a Bradford-born retail boss as the UK’s business leader of the year.
Fleet management company boss Andrew Cope has been named North East private equity-backed chief executive of the year by the British Venture Capital and Private Equity Association.
A Bradford-born public relations specialist who has helped pioneer the global use of digital media has been named as one of the industry’s most promising prospects.
A Bradford community centre hosted a money management workshop yesterday.
The trial of six men accused of the murder of Bradford dad Damian Gordon collapsed yesterday.
There could be some new faces in the Bradford Park Avenue line-up for Saturday's trip to Stocksbridge Park Steels in the UniBond League Premier Division.
A pub is paying its own Remembrance Day tribute, giving people an alternative to going to church.
Alhambra theatregoers could be queuing for interval ice-creams with Hollywood A-listers Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas next month.
A Ministry of Defence investigation has begun into claims a Bradford soldier and his fellow Yorkshire troops serving in the war-torn Afghan desert have not been receiving letters of support sent from home.
Three new jobs have been created and ten more are planned at a Bradford-based food manufacturer which has extended its base in the city.
Retailer Abid Khan is hoping his new venture will help revive a town’s high street which has seen several shops close.
Eccleshill United remain rock bottom of Kool Sport Northern Counties East League Division One but it could be a good weekend for them.
Final preparations are being made for a charity fashion show at which women affected by breast cancer will strut their stuff on the catwalk.
Silsden have dropped down the Vodkat North West Counties League Premier Division in recent weeks but caretaker manager Chris Reape is galvanising his troops and they should pick up three points at Cougar Park on Saturday.
Thackley go into the weekend as the highest-placed local club in the Kool Sport Northern Counties East League Premier Division but they will need a good home victory if they are to ensure they remain there.
Liversedge have a home fixture in the Kool Sport Northern Counties East League on Saturday, and are also coming up against a side that could overtake them with a win.
The task facing Brighouse Town on Saturday in Kool Sport Northern Counties East League Division One is huge as they travel to leaders Askern Villa.
Police are appealing for the public’s help in catching whoever was responsible for firing projectiles at buses in Clayton, Bradford.
These planning applications have been lodged with Bradford Council:
Young children suit more informal learning at the start of primary school Education, according to Bradford educationalists.