Steeton complete their pre-season on Sunday (3pm) with a prestigious friendly against a Burnley Vintage Clarets XI.
James Smith believes Saturday's Pudsey derby at Tofts Road could be the most important one so far in his career.
Peter Taylor hopes City have finally banished the Valley Parade fear factor.
Wharfedale’s new coach Tom McGee wants a 100 per-cent record in his side’s friendlies to set the tone for the new season.
A group of young martial arts enthusiasts in Bradford have been awarded their black belts for kick-boxing.
A skilled pickpocket, whose victims included a 90-year-old man he pretended to help across the road, has been jailed for 12 months.
Bulls caretaker boss Lee St Hilaire has called on his players to prove a point to themselves, rather than their new boss, at St Helens tomorrow night.
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Tino Best has revealed that the work he has been doing to improve his action has been going well.
Saturday is the last practice match for Bradford Park Avenue before their season begins in earnest the following weekend.
SILSDEN begin a brand new chapter in their history as they return to their spiritual home of Keighley Road on Saturday.
The mouth-watering Aire-Wharfe League clash between Ben Rhydding and Ilkley on Saturday will have a major impact on the DIVISION THREE promotion race.
An Ilkley woman is enjoying a well-earned rest after cycling between London and Paris.
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BRADFORD & DISTRICT SEA AC: Our next meeting is on Tuesday at the New Inn, East Bierley (8pm). Our anglers who fished in Ireland last week will be there with a few good stories to tell of their latest exploits.
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Parents in Pool-in-Wharfedale and Bramhope are being asked to help shape the future of their children’s education.
The following have been dealt with by Bradford magistrates:
A scheme to introduce a no-cold-calling zone in Ilkley is set to be implemented after residents gave the go-ahead.
Crafty youngsters tried their hand at mask-making during a day of arts and crafts at Cottingley Cornerstone Centre.
Guiseley begin life in the Blue Square North on Saturday when they host Nuneaton Town in their first competitive game since winning the UniBond Premier title on the final day of the regular season last May.
Police will carry out random speed checks in a day of action in Harden and Wilsden with representatives from Bradford Council and West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue service on Monday.
Two men were attacked by a gang as they walked through an alleyway in the Little Horton area of Bradford.
A pupil at a Baildon school has been shortlisted for a regional sport student of the year title.
Cougars have been boosted ahead of their make-or-break clash with Whitehaven after four more players committed to the club.
A Bradford vet has apologised to a family whose pet dog died after being injected with the wrong drug during a routine operation.
A group of doctors building a hospital in Pakistan, with the help of money raised by Telegraph & Argus readers, is providing vital aid to victims of floods in the country.
The jury in the trial of two men accused of murdering a Bradford University student will begin considering its verdicts on Monday.
Arsonists have been blamed for a fire at a derelict mill in Thornton, Bradford.
An award-winning theatre company is creating a play exploring multiculturalism in Bradford, based on interviews with people in the city.
Evita is returning to Bradford by popular demand.
I was talked into seeing a chick flick a few days ago. To be more honest, I was bribed; Mrs M promised we would visit a fried chicken restaurant if I would attend the showing of Tom Cruise’s latest movie.
A former Lord Mayor is calling for a recently-unearthed section of city centre tram line to remain as a feature of Bradford’s City Park.
A man arrested by armed police in Skipton following reports of a firearm being brandished said he was not a gunman but a Wild West enthusiast who only owned replica guns.
Bradford Council has revealed details of an obscure 120-year-old law which has forced Bingley Show organisers to move next year’s event from its favourite Sunday spot.
A group of young people in a community project in Bradford are busy learning how to cook this week with a little bit of help from Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food.
Staff and partners at business advisory firm Deloitte battled through howling winds and a heatwave in an event that helped raise £1 million for charity in just one month.