Postcard-sized artworks that were inspired by Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights will be exhibited in six libraries across the Bradford district.
More than 100 business people attended the formal unveiling of the new Business Growth Calderdale project.
Murder squad detectives investigating the death of a 33-year-old woman believe she was driven to hospital hours before she was found with serious head injuries at her Bradford home.
Thackley can play a key role in the destination of the Baris Northern Counties East League Premier Division title tomorrow night.
More cannabis farms were found in West Yorkshire than in any other police force area in the country last year, a report has revealed.
Delighted trophy winners show off their awards at the VC Bradford:Pennine Cycles:Stella Azzurra Club annual presentation dinner.
Ovenden RLFC have formed a ladies team and are holding a race night at the club on Saturday (8pm) to raise funds.
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City reserves 0, Hull City reserves 4
It is now advantage Campion reserves in Division Two after their 3-2 win over title rivals Albion Sports.
Bradford concluded their Spen Valley League fixtures with a 3-1 win at Girlington and must now await the outcome of other results to see if they will be crowned Premier Division champions.
The torrential rain that has decimated the area for the past fortnight claimed only one victim in the weekend’s fixtures of the Bradford Sunday Alliance League.
Tributes have been paid to popular former Bradford League umpire Geoff Robertshaw, who has died after a long illness aged 75.
Steel Bangle from Division 3A surprised Division 2A side White Hart United 2-1 in the Bradford & District Sunday Cup final at Plumpton Park.
In what is believed to be a UK first, a Baildon-based private health insurer is joining forces with a sister company in a new trading entity offering businesses access to specialist employee benefits and corporate private health cover from a single source.
Want to know what it’s like living with a superhero? Then Mark Pearson is your man.
LEAK JOHNSON Congratulations to Leanne and Tom, on the arrival of Rhys Andrew, our first grandchild. Love, Nana, Grandad and Great-Nanna.
FINCH Welcome to the world baby Ellis William. I am so excited you are finally here. Lots of love, your big sister Daisy Belle. xxx
HEATON Congratulations Chris and Sarah on the birth of Harrison James on Tuesday, April 24, weighing 9lb. A little brother for Hollie Rose. Lots of love, Mum, Dad and all the family. xx
Gemma and Darren PICKERING Happy Wedding Anniversary. Lots of love, Dad, Ally and Daisy Lee. xxxx
FINCH (nee Conway) Congratulations Natalie and Paul, on the birth of Ellis William, born on April 16, 2012, weighing 8lb. 6oz., at the Friarage Hospital, North Allerton. Love, Mum and Dad. xxx
A team of disabled horse riders from Bradford won six first rosettes at the East Midlands Special Olympic competition.
A man has made his first appearance at court today charged with murdering a woman at her home in Manningham.
Oil paintings, photography and performance art will fill the void left after an opticians shop closed two years ago, when the frontman of Bradford band Terorvision opens a new pop-up gallery.
Carnival organisers are urging people to help local good causes and not avoid paying for entry.
Bradford Union Scratch League – Division Two: Woodhall Hills 6, Silsden 2 (C Benton bt A Clarke 1 hole; M Guest lost to T Berry 1 hole; S Summers bt A Kkais 6&5; J Torbett bt S Waddington 4&3). Bradford 8, Northcliffe 0 (M Atter bt R Watts 5&3; B Mountain bt R Wood 4&2; J Flesher bt T Loft 2&1; D Gill bt R Malloy 2 holes). All other scheduled matches postponed due to rain.
A fault in an electrical heater was believed to have caused a fire in a farm house in Silsden.
Cuts at Australian-owned Yorkshire and Clydesdale banks will include relocating a key business banking centre in Bradford.
A woman cyclist has been taken to hospital by air ambulance after she was involved in a collision with a lorry today in Manchester Road, Bradford.
Party-goers braved the rain to enjoy a celebration at a Bradford allotments, marking the centenary of the site and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
A woman was fighting for her life yesterday with head injuries after a serious assault at her Bradford home.
Children only get one chance at education, and for parents the stress of trying to get their son or daughter into the right school can be incredible.
Britain’s double-dip recession is severely impacting on the prospects of our younger generation.
SIR – I would like to place on record a heart-felt thank you from everyone at Darley Street and Girlington Specsavers to all our customers who came into the stores to sponsor Bradford marathon runner Anastasia Lincoln in the run up to the London Marathon. Our staff were keen to help Anastasia raise as much money as possible for Macmillan Cancer Support as a thank you for being a loyal Specsavers customer for more than ten years.
A GP previously at the centre of a row over the future of medical services in Thornton and Denholme has been suspended by the General Medical Council.
SIR – Although I viewed with some trepidation the proposal to make one lane under the Dudley Hill roundabout a ‘no-go’ lane for single drivers, I decided to wait and see how it functioned before leaping in with my comments.
A golf club wants to stray from a historic right of way to keep walkers safe from cutting across its busy car park.
SIR – The referendum for the major cities is this week, and it has always been the case that the most important matter that decides the outcome is the layout of the question. This certainly applies this time.
25 years ago: The number of criminal cases dealt with by Keighley and Bingley Magistrates had slumped for the fourth successive year.
25 years ago: Organised child sex rings are operating on the streets of Bradford, it was revealed.
SIR – In the country that demonstrated how to deal with abuses of democracy in 1789, an interesting Presidential election may well result in an effective ‘rolling back’ of those momentous events.
The issue of obesity among young people is a growing concern in more ways than one.
SIR – I write to once again seek an answer to a question that has been asked on many occasions – why must the rich be given encouragement to stay or return while the poor must be penalised to work or work harder.