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REVIEW: Action-packed children's show is a big hit

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sam, four, and Jessica, six meet Captain Barnacles and Kwazii, from the Octonauts at the Parade in Swindon

12:35pm Thursday 20th November 2014

IT CERTAINLY was a thrill-a-minute, musical, interactive stage show that greeted us at St George’s Hall yesterday afternoon.

New 'room with a view' cafe opens in prime city centre location

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Saira Jabeen and Zulfi Hussain at The Pavilion Cafe by the Mirror Pool in City Park

5:58am Wednesday 19th November 2014

A NEW business has opened its doors in Bradford, with an unrivalled view and location, according to owner entrepreneur Zulfi Hussain.

Pioneering service is helping to reduce hospital admissions

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SUPPORT: Shelley Marshall (centre), with Francesa Hill (left) and Gez Barrett

6:32am Tuesday 18th November 2014

A GROUND-BREAKING service in Bradford which provides people leaving hospital with the support they need is already preventing readmissions.

Eye operation has unexpected benefits for Bingley pensioner

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Christine Willey

10:03am Saturday 15th November 2014

A BINGLEY woman who underwent surgery to correct her vision and remove cataracts has been left with a positive side effect of the post-op eye drops - a dramatic improvement in her arthritis.

Anger as changes at two Bradford care homes leave 58 elderly residents looking for somewhere to live

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Springfield care home in Western Way, Buttershaw

5:32am Saturday 15th November 2014

DOZENS of elderly residents have been left needing to find somewhere else to live after not-for-profit provider Anchor announced it will no longer offer nursing care at two of its Bradford care homes.

Bradford hospitals to trial new scheme to improve patient safety

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Dr Robin Jeffrey

6:03am Thursday 13th November 2014

BRADFORD hospitals are taking part in a national pilot scheme to highlight gaps in safety and improve patients' care.

Readings held of entries in T&A's World War One children's poetry competition

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: READINGS: Pupils of the Stage 84 school read a selection of the entries in the Telegraph & Argus World War One children's poetry competition at the Kirkgate shopping centre

12:01pm Wednesday 12th November 2014

A SELECTION of poems entered into the Telegraph & Argus World War One children's poetry competition have been read out by pupils from the Stage 84 school of performing arts at a special event at the city's Kirkgate shopping centre.

Design for 1920 First World War memorial is found in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: John Taylor with the plans he has discovered for a war memorial at St John's Church

12:43pm Tuesday 11th November 2014

A BRADFORD man has uncovered the design for a church war memorial drawn up in 1920 to honour those who died for their country in the First World War.

Family's warning after pet rabbits and guinea pigs are 'stolen and killed' in hutch crowbar attack

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Katy Hughes and daughter Iris Rubery are devastated after finding their four rabbits stolen and two guinea pigs killed. Rabbit Twinkle is in the picture

12:42pm Tuesday 11th November 2014

ANIMAL owners are being warned to be extra vigilant after family pets were killed and stolen.

VIDEO: Bradford falls silent to pay respects to the district's war dead

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:08pm Tuesday 11th November 2014

VETERANS, civic dignitaries and members of the public gathered to pay their respects to the district's war dead at the Cenotaph in Bradford today.

T&A Christmas Star Appeal is launched in aid of Lord Mayor's Appeal

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Lord Mayor of Bradford, Mike Gibbons, with the Christmas Star for Valerie Binney

5:51am Thursday 6th November 2014

PAY tribute to someone special in your lives by taking part in the 2014 Telegraph & Argus Christmas Star Appeal, which begins today.

Bradford named among country's worst places for 'crash for cash' insurance claims

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford East MP David Ward

12:04am Thursday 6th November 2014

BRADFORD is named as one of the top ten worst places in the country for "crash for cash" - accidents staged deliberately to claim injury compensation, according to figures revealed today.

Arson-hit cafe and restaurant set to reopen this week

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Smorgasbord Coffee Bar owner Arif Mehmood outside his business

5:14am Tuesday 4th November 2014

A NEWLY-expanded cafe and restaurant, which had to delay its re-opening after an arson attack, is set to open its doors again later this week.

Man in court charged with murder after fatal stabbing in Keighley

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: PROBE: Police activity in Chapel Lane, Keighley, where two 23-year-old men were stabbed

5:02am Thursday 30th October 2014

A MAN appeared before magistrates yesterday to answer murder charges in connection with a fatal stabbing at the weekend.

Arson attack delays £200,000 cafe re-opening

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Smorgasbord Coffee Bar owner Arif Mehmood outside his business

4:27pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

A CITY centre cafe and restaurant which has just undergone a £200,000 makeover has been targeted by arsonists.

Man who applied for £100,000 grant on behalf of Mumtaz Food Products accused of fraud by misrepresentation

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mumtaz Headquarters, Legrams Lane

6:20am Tuesday 28th October 2014

THE "driving force" behind the Mumtaz brand has gone on trial accused of fraudulently attempting to claim a £100,000 business grant from the Government to get a new £5m food factory and headquarters development off the ground.

People encouraged to show their bikes some love during the Bradford Big Bike Revival

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sadia Ahmed fixing a bike at Bikery Enterprise hub in Wibsey

7:20am Monday 27th October 2014

AN EVENT will be held in Shipley this week to encourage people to show their bikes some love.

Pub plan unveiled for listed building in Bradford city centre

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A view of North Parade, with Table Decor on the immediate right of the picture

7:21am Friday 24th October 2014

PLANS have been submitted to turn a listed building in Bradford into a quality pub and eatery in an area of the city that is fast becoming a quarter for independent traders.

Homes plan submitted for former Council offices

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Flockton House

7:04am Thursday 23rd October 2014

PLANS have been submitted for an outline scheme of 30 homes on the site of a Bradford Council office building which is scheduled to be demolished next year.

Restoration of wet woodland habitat along 20-mile stretch of River Aire moves ahead

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: An otter. Picture by Amy Lewis

6:03am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

WORK to restore wet woodland habitat in an area near Silsden has been completed as part of an ongoing project along the Upper Aire floodplains.

Students at Bradford school look for solutions for the planet in new project

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SHEQ advisor for Balfour Beatty Rail Amy Moore, science teacher, Kristina Fielding with pupils, Taqi Ali and Creddy Taylor, at Grange Technology College with some of the work being done at the Solutions for Planet event

7:25am Tuesday 21st October 2014

STUDENTS at a Bradford school have been looking for Solutions for the Planet as part of a special project.

Rail company's £7.8m investment on track to deliver service improvements between Bradford and London

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Richard McClean, managing director of Grand Central rail, talks to members of the public at the Great Victoria Hotel in Bradford during a stakeholder event

5:47am Tuesday 21st October 2014

PASSENGERS on Grand Central's Bradford to London services will start seeing changes in the new year as the firm begins a £7.8m investment programme by revamping its trains and stations.

Award-winning Saltaire garden featured horse sculpture

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Vicki Burdall and son Charley with their dog Cassy in the winning garden as part of the Saltaire Open Gardens Trail

3:47pm Thursday 16th October 2014

THE winning garden in this year's Saltaire Open Gardens Trail was praised for creating “a relaxing and welcoming space” with a “clever use of found and recycled materials”.

Researchers' work to measure tranquility could help settle planning rows

6:04am Thursday 16th October 2014

ACADEMICS at the University of Bradford have pioneered a technique to measure how much damage new construction projects would do to the tranquility of the surrounding area.

Alcohol-related hospital admissions leaves district with £27m annual hangover

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Alcohol Concern chief executive Jackie Ballard

12:03am Wednesday 15th October 2014

THE number of alcohol-related hospital admissions was more than 95,000 in Bradford - almost 30,000 more than the average figure for the region - and the cost of treating alcohol problems reached £27 million, according to new data released today.

Four plots of land in district set to go up for auction

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Experts fail to agree on flooding risk of new houses

11:26am Tuesday 14th October 2014

FOUR plots of land currently owned by Bradford Council are to go under the hammer later this month at an auction being held in Leeds.

Lucky Bradford man scoops £25,000 in People's Postcode Lottery draw

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Raymond Gill is handed a cheque for £25,000 after winning the People’s Postcode Lottery by presenter Judie McCourt

6:05am Tuesday 14th October 2014

A LUCKY Bradford man has scooped £25,000 as a winner in the People's Postcode Lottery draw, after signing up to the charity lottery three months ago.

Blood donor session at Shelf Village Hall

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: More blood donation clinics to boost stocks

3:58pm Monday 13th October 2014

A BLOOD donor session is to take place at Shelf Village Hall on Tuesday, October 21.

Sea cadet from Bradford achieves advanced seamanship qualification

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sea Cadet Rebecca Taylor, 14, from Wyke in Bradford, has achieved a challenging seamanship qualification

1:56pm Monday 13th October 2014

A 14-YEAR-old sea cadet from Bradford has achieved the challenging advanced seamanship qualification, which only 12 out of 14,000 cadets have passed so far this year.

Bradford debt charity workers take part in 'Week Without' challenge

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Chris Brown is to sleep in his car for debt charity Christians Against Poverty's Week Without challenge

5:16am Monday 13th October 2014

EMPLOYEES at Bradford-based Christians Against Poverty have signed up for the debt charity's Week Without challenge in a bid to identify with some of the poorest people they help.

Family's bid to raise awareness of genetic behavioural condition

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: From left, Liz, Sam, Jon and Ben Robinson on holiday in Skye earlier this year

5:28am Friday 10th October 2014

THE mother of two teenagers with learning difficulties caused by a genetic condition is supporting a continent-wide awareness drive.

Plans unveiled for better facilities at inner city cricket ground

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: AMBITION: Nasa Hussain, left, who manages the ground, with Mohammed Shakeel, centre, and Mohammed Shaukat

7:38am Thursday 9th October 2014

A CRICKET ground created in inner city Bradford is to expand its facilities if planning permission is granted for a £25,000 building to house a tea room and store.

Charity wants to restore derelict cemetery chapel as demolition threat eases

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Joseph Maxwell (right) and Shazad Hamed from Despencers Charitable Trust stand next to Bowling Cemetery chapel, which they hope to develop

6:41am Wednesday 8th October 2014

A CHARITY wants to save a derelict cemetery chapel from possible demolition and restore it as its headquarters.

Education the key to dental health

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:18am Tuesday 7th October 2014

A SMALL piece of cheese eaten before sweets or cakes can help protect your teeth against sugar for an hour. A simple trick that Haworth dentist Tony Kilcoyne has been telling his patients about for decades.

Controversial plan to knock down listed chapel is withdrawn by Bradford Council

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The former Roman Catholic chapel at Bowling Cemetery

6:56am Saturday 4th October 2014

A PROPOSAL to knock down a derelict cemetery chapel has been withdrawn by Bradford Council after the authority revealed it had received interest in the Grade II-listed building.

Wedding fundraising event to help cancer-hit couple

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Zombies to pack shopping in Otley supermarket fundraiser

2:11pm Friday 3rd October 2014

A FUNDRAISING event is being held tomorrow to help a couple pay for their wedding after the groom-to-be was diagnosed with lung cancer.

Brace-wearing recruit has his Navy dream shattered at eleventh hour

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: DREAM DASHED: Harley-Joe Steele said he was devastated at the Royal Navy ruling

9:53am Thursday 2nd October 2014

A FIGHTING-FIT Bradford teenager whose dream is to join the Royal Navy has been knocked back at his final medical only because he wears braces on his teeth.

Motorists benefit from supermarkets fuel price war

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Thomas Crompton

6:04am Wednesday 1st October 2014

MOTORISTS are to benefit from the latest supermarket fuel price wars with first Sainsbury's then Tesco slashing the price of unleaded petrol and diesel by up to five pence a litre.

Record number of children adopted in Yorkshire - but Bradford figure remains static

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Education secretary Nicky Morgan

5:36am Wednesday 1st October 2014

A RECORD number of children have been adopted in Yorkshire and the Humber in the last 12 months.

Area code needed from today to make local calls in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01 (10925270)

3:37am Wednesday 1st October 2014

PEOPLE are being reminded that as of today the 01274 area code will be needed to make local calls in the Bradford telephone area over a landline.

Tooth decay rates for Bradford's three-year-olds among worst in country

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ACTION: Councillor Vanda Greenwood said work was being done to reduce tooth decay rates

12:03am Tuesday 30th September 2014

BRADFORD'S three-year-olds have some of the worst rates of tooth decay in the country, the first national survey of the age group has found.

Route and timetable changes for airport bus services take place next month

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Martin Love

6:34pm Monday 29th September 2014

CHANGES are to take place next month on airport bus services which include timetable alterations to better suit flight times as well as shift patterns of airport employees.

Changes to maternity care at BRI provoke concern from health unions

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The maternity unit at Bradford Royal Infirmary

5:32am Monday 29th September 2014

CHANGES have been made to maternity care at Bradford Royal Infirmary against a backdrop of concerns from two unions.

Supermarket giant apologies after pork sausage roll found in pack of vegetarian pastries

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: COMPLAINT: Rabia Qureshi with the pack of cheese and onion rolls which contained pork

5:32am Monday 29th September 2014

A STUDENT has complained to supermarket giant Asda after she found a pork sausage roll in a packet of vegetarian pastries.

TV licence officials to begin spot checks in Bradford

5:11pm Wednesday 24th September 2014

PEOPLE in Bradford are being advised to make sure they have a TV licence if they watch live television at home.

Concerns raised over person chosen to lead Bradford Safeguarding Children Board

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Debbie Davies, Conservative group spokesman for children's services

5:02am Saturday 20th September 2014

CONCERNS have been raised over the person chosen to lead a board which works to keep local children safe from harm.

Pub fundraiser to be held for boy, 8, in cancer battle

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Shane Edwards

2:08pm Friday 19th September 2014

A CHARITY event will take place on Sunday to help raise funds for an eight-year-old Bradford boy who is battling cancer for a second time.

How district's poorest people are getting help to heat their homes

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Christians Against Poverty (7417020)

12:55pm Friday 19th September 2014

IMAGINE being unable to afford to heat the water needed to run a bath or wash your clothes. To have no money left in the meter to allow you to cook a hot meal for dinner or to have to watch your son struggle to do his homework by candlelight. To have to make the choice between bathing the kids or providing them a hot meal.

English Heritage objects to demolition of listed cemetery chapel in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

6:41am Thursday 18th September 2014

ENGLISH Heritage has objected to proposals to knock down a derelict listed cemetery chapel in Bradford - the only remaining Victorian one of its scale in the city.

Meat thief addicted to legal highs hid frozen food in his coat

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: £1,000 Bowling Cemetery graves damage denied by man, 28

4:55pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

A 19-YEAR-old man addicted to legal highs admitted stealing meat from frozen food store Iceland a week after being released from a custodial sentence.


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