Planning Minister Nick Boles saw first hand the problems facing Guiseley and the A65 corridor in a visit to the area yesterday.
Deteriorating footpaths in Keighley, Silsden and Oakworth will soon undergo repairs, but because of limited budgets councillors compared it to putting a plaster on an open wound.
A quarter of the country’s 20 worst postcode hotspots for home burglary insurance claims are in the Bradford district, a survey revealed today.
Leeds striker Luciano Becchio has submitted a formal transfer request following the breakdown of new contract talks.
The Bradford Bulls Foundation, in partnership with Bradford Bulls, will be presenting free season tickets to Birkenshaw Juniors in a special ceremony at Birkenshaw Liberal Club on Sunday between 12-2pm.
The Bantams have announced ticket prices for their forthcoming Capital One Cup Final appearance against Swansea at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, February 24.
The Bulls’ Super League clash at London Broncos will not now be played at the Twickenham Stoop on the scheduled date of Sunday, April 7.
Ricky Ravenhill column: It’s so surreal to be talking about going to Wembley and it still hasn’t sunk in yet.
A second successive blank weekend looks on the cards, with news that all matches on Bradford, Leeds and Kirklees Council-owned pitches have been cancelled.
The following planning applications have been lodged with Bradford Council:
Superstitious Stuart McCall feared he had jinxed City’s Wembley dream.
An appeal has been lodged against Bradford Council’s rejection of plans for a wind turbine at Woodhead, in Ryecroft, Harden.
The following planning applications have been lodged with Bradford Council: Riddlesden: variation of conditions 2 and 5 of planning permission 12/01920/FUL dated 02.07.2012: four-bed detached dormer bungalow with annexe incorporating double garage…
Staff at a Keighley surgery are in the pink for Cervical Cancer Prevention Week.
Brighouse Town face another early start tomorrow as they make a second attempt to reach the Isle of Wight to take on Newport in the fourth round of the FA Vase.
Snow and ice have scuppered a planned open day at the 240-year-old Dowley Gap aqueduct on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal near Bingley.
Two empty shops in Bradford city centre, which were taken over by Fabric, a forum for local artists, are being brought back into use.
City will hold a pitch inspection late tomorrow morning to see if Saturday's game with Wycombe has any chance of beating the big freeze.
Two Bradford men have been charged with robbery and blackmail in connection with a raid at a family’s house in Emm Lane, Heaton, earlier this month.
Baildon D have been the whipping boys in Division Five of the Bradford Table Tennis League so far with a run of ten straight defeats but it was high fives all round after their first win of the season at the expense of Baildon C.
A Coroner has ruled a Bradford nursing home seriously failed one of its residents who died from pressure sores.
Two brothers caught growing cannabis in five homes have been ordered to pay back more than £200,000 of their ill-gotten gains.
Feedback from locals has led to redevelopment plans by a Shipley shopfitting firm – including proposals for a new supermarket – being revised.
Ilkley Round Table has donated a second potentially life-saving defibrillator to a much-used community venue in the town.
A family-run Bradford joinery firm, which recently expanded its workshop space, has started work on around £1 million of new contracts this month.
A Bradford solicitor, convicted of threatening behaviour, escaped custody yesterday but is still facing an uncertain future.
Guiseley manager Steve Kittrick is delighted at the success being enjoyed by Capital One Cup hero James Hanson.
It has been a mixed year for Bradford schools, according to the latest league tables.
When City kicked off the Capital One Cup in round one, they had a snowball in Hell’s chance of making the final.
Otley are optimistic that their National League Two North game at Caldy on Saturday will beat the weather.
For the families left terrorised by the spate of vicious gold robberies that has blighted Bradford over the past few weeks, a new pro-active campaign to tackle the problem comes too late.