Hull 24 Bradford Bulls 18 Tom Briscoe's 70th-minute try broke the Bulls' hearts as they produced a courageous display which should have earned them a share of the spoils.
A new provider has been appointed to run Thornton and Denholme Medical Practice.
All publicity is good publicity, at least that’s what they say.
The timing could have been better but City’s player of the year awards are back next month.
A new waste transfer station will be built after plans were approved. The Yorwaste plant will be used for the bulking and transfer of waste currently received at Yorwaste’s own Skibeden landfill site in Skipton, which is due to close this summer.…
A 39-year-old man will be sentenced next month for having a knife at Brighouse Railway Station.
West Riding County FA Women's Cup finalists Bradford City lost their chance of a double triumph when they surprisingly went down 2-1 at home to Cheadle Heath in the Northern Women's Combination League, and they cannot now catch leaders Newcastle…
There is an all-Premier Division semi-final at Rawdon Meadows this weekend as undefeated Bradford Sunday Alliance League leaders Buttershaw White Star lock horns with Westwood Park in their Senior Cup semi-finals .
With a surname like Vanzie, you’ve got plenty to live up to in the boxing ring.
Idle Cricket Club, who have endured a difficult winter after having trophies and money stolen from their clubhouse, have finally had some good news.
It was a rewarding day for the Airedale Athletics Partnership at the Epilepsy Action Bradford 10K last Sunday. Sixty-seven partnerhip athletes competed and over 40 club members provided marshal support around the course.
Avenue’s initiative to help neighbours Bradford Bulls was announced this week by press officer Lewis Sale but it was the idea of director Kevin Hainsworth.
There is no doubting the progress that Guiseley have made on the pitch since the cash injection of the new owners and the management of Steve Kittrick but now huge steps are being made away from the playing side.
It is just as well that Silsden were safe before their recent poor run in the North West Counties League Premier Division.
George Galloway, who took the Bradford West MP seat with a landslide victory in the early hours of this morning, has been confronted by his first egg-throwing protester.
Bradford Bulls chairman Peter Hood has issued a statement this afternoon clarifying their relationship with their bank,NatWest.
A leading manufacturer is setting its sights on some of the world’s fastest-growing economies after revealing plans to expand in China.
Bradford firefighters were called out to a blaze at Habib’s Restaurant on Killinghall Road early today.
George Galloway's unlikely victory in Bradford West has sparked the biggest bookies' by-election payout in history, a leading firm has said.
Ed Miliband pledged today to learn lessons from Labour's shock by-election defeat in Bradford West.
Judges and Court staff gathered to bid an emotional farewell to one of Bradford district’s last remaining court houses which has closed after more than 180 years administering justice.
The tenth anniversary of the murder of a have-a-go hero will be marked with a memorial day this weekend.
A man who thought he had indigestion died a month after doctors told him it was stomach cancer and before his last wish to marry his sweetheart could be granted.
A long-established Skipton town centre sweetshop has new owners who will run it on traditional lines, with a 1920s feel and style.
Two Bradford Bulls joined Miss Galaxy UK to open a new sports hall and two state-of-the-art classrooms in Bradford yesterday.
Police are warning elderly people to be on their guard against doorstep conmen after bogus workmen targeted vulnerable victims six times in an hour.
A Bradford psychiatric hospital has been warned by a health watchdog it is failing to protect the safety and welfare of its patients.
A decision on a controversial scheme for more than 400 homes near Bingley will be published in July, following a public inquiry.
A huge two-tonne cross is once again catching the eye of everyone in Otley – thanks to a “superhuman” volunteer effort.
A 34-year-old woman died after being hit by a car as she crossed Mayo Road near Morrison’s Supermarket last night.
A science fiction take on Victorian fashion and technology will take over Saltaire’s streets when Steampunk aficionados descend on the village for its annual World Heritage weekend.
A luxury car dealer has been warned to expect a jail sentence for a £500,000 fraud involving the selling of prestige cars with outstanding finance agreements on them.
The Bradford-born boss of the Co-operative Group has hit back over fears that the business does not have the expertise to successfully cope with a major expansion of its banking operation.
Firefighters are warning people enjoying the moors in the district to guard against wildfires after a blaze got dangerously close to an equestrian centre.
A Bradford care home manager has been jailed for plundering more than £21,000 from the bank accounts of vulnerable residents with learning disabilities.
SIR – Re surface water drainage.
Mercury Prize nominees Wild Beasts have been announced as the headliners for this year’s Beacons Festival in Skipton.
SIR – I read with interest the story on page 5 (T&A, March 21). Yet again the Prince of Wales is getting involved with trying to get the young of our country motivated with enterprise and skills for their future.
SIR – They say that lightening never strikes in the same place twice, but after this week’s Budget, every OAP knows it can and does.
SIR – Since my call for people to sign an e-petition calling on the Government to exempt Air Ambulances from duty on fuel, the number of signatories has soared past the 100,000 mark, up to 130,000.
It is fantastic that Bradford is the site of a truly innovative gallery that is the first of its kind in the world.
25 years ago: Another piece of Bradford’s railway history was about to bite the dust as British Rail lifted track from the disused branch line between Bowling junction and Laisterdyke, which crossed Hall Lane.
SIR – It was good to see some positive publicity for Bradford during the recent opening of the City Park. I hope it becomes an ongoing success and is well-used and managed.
SIR – Buying an item of clothing from a catalogue is not always the bargain it claims to be in the advertisements.
Education chiefs have met with high-profile Government officials to discuss Bradford’s success dealing with troubled families.
Northern Ballet are to stage a version of American classic The Great Gatsby.
SIR – Despite finishing third in the X Factor competition in 2010, Bradford pop star Zayn Malik and his band One Direction have gone on to become the first UK pop group in history to debut at No 1 in the US album chart (T&A, March 22).