City’s new pink away look has certainly divided opinion.
Fast bowler Iain Wardlaw has signed a contract with Yorkshire until the end of the 2012 summer.
Kyle Brassington is proving to be a man for all surfaces.
The Bradford-Leeds area won three gold medals, two silvers and three bronzes for Great Britain at the Special Olympics World Summer Games in Athens. Golds went to Bradford’s Robert Burnett (team bowls), Menston’s Ben Horner (golf) and…
Thornton have been drawn at Copley in the semi-finals of the Towergate Halifax League’s Parish Cup.
Yeadon hauled themselves back from the brink of defeat to clinch a place in this season’s Solly Sports Crowther Cup final with a nail-biting one-wicket win at Kirkburton yesterday.
Greg Pickles smashed a six off the final ball of the match yesterday to earn Gomersal a dramatic three-wicket win over Hanging Heaton and a place in the final of the Solly Sports Heavy Woollen Cup.
City’s fitness guru is already making significant strides, according to Peter Jackson.
Pudsey’s Alexandra Bell won a medal at the Under-23 UK Athletics Championships at Bedford.
Wibsey Warriors’ trophy cabinet received some new additions recently after they were presented with their 2010-11 silverware at the Pennine Rugby League’s annual dinner.
Mally Waite, a founder member who helped to build up East Leeds Community Rugby League Club, has become the second recipient of the John Holmes Memorial Award.
Shane McNamara’s third century of the season saw Steeton to victory over Calverley and booked them a Waddilove Cup semi-final spot against Follifoot.
Idle pulled off one of the surprise results of the season as they defeated Division Two leaders Lightcliffe by one wicket in a thrilling JCT600 Bradford League game.
Two new trialists are hoping to earn their chance with Bradford City.
Campaigners fighting the closure of an historic Bradford swimming pool will hold a candlelit vigil to highlight their continuing battle to keep it open.
A memorial garden to mark the deaths of almost 3,000 people at a former psychiatric hospital has opened.
Bradford’s curry chefs are sharpening their knives and stocking up their spice racks in a bid to win the title of Curry Capital of Britain.
The following have been dealt with by Bradford magistrates:
Hundreds of children and parents turned out to mark the official openings of three new children’s centres in the district for under-fives.
A series of police raids designed to disrupt prolific criminals have been hailed a success.
Forget the Clydesdale Bank 40 and the Friends Life t20 – we can live with disappointments in those competitions. But an improvement in Yorkshire’s LV= County Championship is imperative.
Interventions to protect Bradford children from abuse have fallen, but there has been a rise in cases of neglect, latest figures have revealed.
Pupils at Crossley Hall Primary School, Fairweather Green, Bradford, are growing their own.
David Syers has NOT signed for Rangers.
A man was rescued by firefighters after he became stuck on the roof of a block of flats in Shipley.
A mother and her four children have escaped uninjured from a serious fire at their Bradford home.
Although the long school holidays have nearly begun, owners of holiday homes around Britain are being forced to slash prices and offer more flexible rentals instead of cashing in on the usual sky-high peak season rates.
The bull turned its head menacingly slowly, and glared at us, standing rather nervously 50 yards behind him on the narrow coastal path.
The story of a forgotten soldier from Shipley is being pieced together, thanks to old copies of the Telegraph & Argus.
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Next week, members of Stage 84 will travel to Birmingham to perform in the National Festival For Music For Youth.
Bradford’s Paper Zoo Theatre Company is touring Dennis Potter’s Blue Remembered Hills around the region.
The myriad colours and delicious scent of the sweet pea have made this popular annual as synonymous with the summer cottage garden as the English rose.
Mark Radcliffe is perhaps best-known as a radio presenter with an encyclopedic knowledge of music from the past half-century.
The long-standing chairman of a charity which helps those affected by cancer in the Bradford and Airedale district has retired.
Students from the Yamaha Music School in Saltaire will be joined by young musicians from Italy for a concert this month.
I’ve often wondered why I haven’t made millions, why I haven’t got a fabulous country house and a second home in Provence, and why I don’t travel everywhere by private jet.
Twenty six lives have been saved after a record number of people agreed to donate their organs after death in Bradford following an urgent appeal by health chiefs.
By the end of the next decade, a million people will be living with dementia. By 2015, that figure is expected to soar to 1.7 million.
25 years ago: Crucial talks were taking place today over a proposed £36 million super modern warehouse at Listerhills.
25 years ago: A unique project is saving the lives of tiny premature babies at Bradford Royal Infirmary. Doctors have set up a computer which helps the babies breath by controlling the amount of oxygen they take in.
The news that a record number of people donated organs after their death in Bradford meant that 26 people’s lives were saved, figures revealed today have shown.
With summer sunshine (occasionally) to look forward to, it seems strange to be focussing on the issue of disruption caused by snow and the levels of salt and grit on our roads.
Budget airline Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, based at Leeds Bradford International Airport, will be offering the county’s only direct flights to New York this winter.
SIR – I am writing to you regarding the letter from Alan Chapman (T&A, June 27), in which he defends the idea by Philip Davies MP that the disabled should be allowed to work for less than anyone else.
SIR – I am writing regarding the letter from Emmerson Walgrove in the (T&A, 29 June).