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60 prom dresses stolen in overnight shop raid

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Thieves steal handbags of pensioners setting up church hall

11:35am Friday 22nd May 2015

SIXTY prom dresses were stolen from a dress shop last night.

UPDATE: Man arrested on suspicion of arson after family of five flee car fire that spread to home

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

8:30am Friday 22nd May 2015

A FAMILY of five had to evacuate their home after car fire spread to the property early today.

Fire closes Keighley's St Anne's Catholic Primary School

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

9:10pm Thursday 21st May 2015

A KEIGHLEY primary school will be closed on Friday after an electrical fire damaged the building’s water and electricity supply.

Court action was 'last resort' after trader sold 'appalling' rotten fruit despite warnings

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Some of the rotten apples that were on sale

5:22pm Thursday 21st May 2015

A GOVERNMENT spokesman has said the prosecution of a Bradford market trader over rotten fruit was a "last resort" following several warnings.

Police try to trace missing Bradford man

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Paul McLean

5:22pm Thursday 21st May 2015

POLICE have appealed for help from the public in locating a Bradford man who was last seen on Monday afternoon.

VIDEO: Bradford College students protest against staff cuts and service changes

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Students at Bradford College protesting against proposed job cuts (26824826)

5:06pm Thursday 21st May 2015

AROUND 100 Bradford College students took to the streets to protest plans to cut staff and transfer some services to outside companies.

Recruitment firm 'inundated with clients' after appearing in Channel 4 documentary

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

3:15pm Thursday 21st May 2015

A RECRUITMENT firm in Bradford City Centre has been inundated with potential clients after appearing on a fly on the wall Channel 4 documentary.

University holds claret and amber day for burns research unit anniversary appeal

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The claret and amber day held at Bradford University

5:09pm Wednesday 20th May 2015

THE University of Bradford, home of the city's burns research unit, was awash with claret and amber at a fundraising day to mark the 30th anniversary of the Valley Parade fire disaster.

School put into special measures is continuing to improve, say inspectors

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Head of Belle Vue Boys, Colin Willsher, outside the school.

2:17pm Wednesday 20th May 2015

A BRADFORD school put into special measures last year is continuing to improve, according to Government inspectors.

Pupils to meet MP and Lord Mayor after election fever hits school

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Year five students from Baildon Primary School got to take part in an election campaign to learn about politics, LtR Megan Little (10) & Charlie Widdup (10).  (25903457)

1:58pm Wednesday 20th May 2015

THE General Election fired up a group of Bradford pupils so much they now plan to meet Bradford's Lord Mayor, their MP Philip Davies and even quiz their head teacher on school policy.

Extra cash for four expanding primary schools

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Four expanding primary schools in Bradford will get extra cash

1:04pm Wednesday 20th May 2015

FOUR primary schools have been allocated tens of thousands of pounds to help ease pressure on school places this September.

Pupils learn what makes Britain great

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

10:21am Wednesday 20th May 2015

PRIMARY school pupils are learning about the country's greatest figures, from artists to sports heroes, as part of a week celebrating Great Britons.

Ofsted delivers critical reports on three children's clubs

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:09am Tuesday 19th May 2015

THREE early years providers have pledged to deal with issues raised in critical Ofsted reports.

VIDEO: Tuvan throat singers wow Bradford crowd in rare UK appearance

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Alash Ensemble perform one of their great tunes at the Fuse Art Space

4:26pm Monday 18th May 2015

SOME of the world's most renowned Tuvan throat singers wowed a crowd during an intimate gig at a Bradford art space.

Bradford nursery named as one of top ten across the country

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Staff and children at Kinder Haven on Halifax Road

4:05pm Monday 18th May 2015

A BRADFORD nursery has been named the most recommended nursery in Yorkshire and the sixth in the UK.

'Death cafes' being held to help break taboo of talking about dying

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Joanne Mullarkey, who runs the ethical tissue bank at the University of Bradford

7:02am Saturday 16th May 2015

A SERIES of "death cafes," designed to break taboos and get people talking about dying, will be held at the University of Bradford next week.

'Truly appalling' conditions found at Bradford fruit and veg stall, court hears

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford man's 'silly selfie' with plastic toy gun prompts armed police to swoop on Centenary Square

4:02am Saturday 16th May 2015

THE owner of a Bradford market stall that sold rotting fruit and vegetables has been fined £2,400 following a ten-month-long investigation.

Pupils get ready for a real hair-raiser with charity wig day

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Staff and pupils at Kinder Haven Nursery wear wigs ahead of the charity event

2:23pm Friday 15th May 2015

SCHOOLS across Bradford will be taking part in a hair-raising sponsored event to raise money for poorly children.

School plans refurbishment to ease disabled access

3:44pm Thursday 14th May 2015

A CATHOLIC primary school plans to refurbish its entrance to make it more disabled friendly.

Bradford University expert solves the puzzle which had the world guessing

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The dress that baffled the world

12:06pm Thursday 14th May 2015

AN EXPERT at the University of Bradford has solved the riddle of a photograph that left people across the world questioning their senses.

May Day celebrations return to Bradford primary school

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Clayton Village Primary School held its first May Day for years with Liam Holland, 11, and Milly Read, ten, named king and queen

5:34pm Wednesday 13th May 2015

A PRIMARY school in a Bradford village have organised what they hope becomes an annual tradition.

Enthusiasm is the secret to new Bradford school's inspection success

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pupils from Oastler School which has just had a positive ofsted report are pictured with head Lyndsey Brown. (25327095)

5:21pm Wednesday 13th May 2015

THE head of a Bradford school, described as outstanding in some areas just over 18 months after opening, says the enthusiasm of staff and their close relationship with pupils is one of the secrets to its success.

Students at Shipley College use selfies to raise awareness of autism

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Junaeed Ahmed, Antonio Gesso, Jack Gagg and Nicola Firth take 'selfies' at Shipley College to raise awareness of autism

11:04am Wednesday 13th May 2015

STUDENTS at Shipley College have used the social media craze of taking 'selfies' to raise awareness of the condition of autism.

Charity sets up in Bradford to help tackle teenage unemployment

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Young people working on the programme in Leeds

6:42pm Tuesday 12th May 2015

A CHARITY has set up its first programme in Bradford in response to the city's high number of unemployed young people.

Bradford College and Leeds City College Keighley campus staff could strike over 286 jobs at risk

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford College's new David Hockney building

11:45am Tuesday 12th May 2015

STAFF at Bradford College and Leeds City College's Keighley campus could strike over proposed job losses.

High voter turnout in Bradford Council local elections

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The count taking place at Keighley Leisure Centre

8:57pm Friday 8th May 2015

IN PARTS of the Bradford District, turnout for Thursday's local elections was as high at 79 per cent, and overall it was the highest turnout in years.

Charity that helps disabled children hit by 'mindless vandalism'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A previous picture taken of an instructor preparing a horse at St Ives Riding School

10:09am Thursday 7th May 2015

POLICE are stepping up patrols around a country estate after vandals targeted a charity that helps disabled children.

Major roadworks to overrun by three months

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Roadworks on Canal Road - now due for completion in August

4:40am Thursday 7th May 2015

MAJOR roadworks on one of the district's busiest roads will continue for three months longer than first announced.

Politicians ignore young people's views, say Bradford students

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Students at Grange Technology College discuss what they think are the big issues in the election. Mohammed Usman, 19, discusses how he feels the different parties campaigns have gone

4:02am Thursday 7th May 2015

POLITICIANS should spend more time listening to the needs of young people, and not just appear when there is an election, according to a group of Bradford teenagers.

Plan submitted for solar panel energy scheme in Queensbury

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Solar panels dominate the landscape near a farm in Hoddlesden but supporters say the impact on vistas will be limited

8:02am Wednesday 6th May 2015

ALMOST 900 solar panels could be installed on a Queensbury hillside to help power a neighbouring factory.

Support staff jobs to go at Bradford primary school

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lapage Primary School in Barkerend, Bradford

6:02am Wednesday 6th May 2015

SUPPORT staff at a Bradford primary school have been told they could soon lose their jobs with one teaching union fearing the situation is likely to be repeated in other schools.

Plans revealed to significantly expand Forster Square Retail Park including cinema, restaurants and gym

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The former Royal Mail site which is earmarked for 'Phase Three' of Forster Square Retail Park

4:12am Wednesday 6th May 2015

THE owner of Bradford's Forster Square Retail Park is planning to significantly expand it on the site of a former Royal Mail delivery office.

80-year-old woman injured in collision with Tour de Yorkshire cyclist

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Riders near the summit of the Cote de Cow and Calf during the Tour de Yorkshire between Wakefield and Leeds. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday May 3, 2015. See PA story CYCLING Yorkshire. Photo credit should read: Tim Goode/PA Wire.EDITORIAL U

12:11pm Tuesday 5th May 2015

AN 80-year-old woman was hospitalised with injuries to her face and arms after being hit by one of the cyclists taking part in the Tour De Yorkshire.

Eight are arrested after raid at Bradford brothel

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police find 20 skunk cannabis plants worth £11,000 at Bradford man's house

11:33am Tuesday 5th May 2015

EIGHT people have been arrested after police raided a brothel following a tip off from the public.

Fundraising page draws £42,000 in one day in tribute to rugby player Danny Jones

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:01am Tuesday 5th May 2015

A FUNDRAISING page set up following the death of Cougars player Danny Jones has collected almost £42,000 of donations in just one day.

Scam victim paid £650 for bottle of pop, say police

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Five arrested after brawl outside hairdressers salon

3:21pm Monday 4th May 2015

THE victim of a scam ended up paying £650 for a bottle of cola after he forked out for what he thought was high end goods.

VIDEO: Fans gather at Keighley Cougars' ground to pay respects to late player Danny Jones

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

1:46pm Monday 4th May 2015

DOZENS of fans have accepted an invitation to visit the Keighley Cougars ground to pay their respects to Danny Jones.

Consultation starts on plans for Britain's first women mosque in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bana Gora at the Daughters of Eve conference

7:33pm Sunday 3rd May 2015

PLANS to create the country’s first mosque run by women, for women, in Bradford have been revealed at the start of a month-long consultation process.

David Cameron says Bradford and Keighley could be key to election battle on Tour de Yorkshire visit

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Prime Minister David Cameron watches as the Tour de Yorkshire cycle race passes through Addingham

6:38pm Sunday 3rd May 2015

PRIME Minister David Cameron has told the Telegraph & Argus that West Yorkshire could play “the decisive role” in the General Election.

Actors recreate magic of The Railway Children for Keighley and Worth Valley Railway celebrations

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Railway enthusiasts re-enacted scenes from the film The Railway Children at Oakworth Station for its 45th anniversary. From left, Adam Gill, Phoebe Dows and Danielle Jackson stop the train

2:09pm Sunday 3rd May 2015

FAMILIES and rail lovers braved the rain over the Bank Holiday weekend to celebrate the 45th anniversary of a classic movie filmed in the district.

Baroness speaks out about treatment of Bradford West's Labour candidate Naz Shah

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford West parliamentary candidate for Labour Naz Shah

12:05pm Sunday 3rd May 2015

SAYEEDA Warsi has said she is "appalled" by the treatment of Labour parliamentary candidate for Bradford West Naz Shah (pictured).

Man who fled crash scene found with serious injuries, say police

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police officers examine the crashed car in Harrogate Road

5:03pm Saturday 2nd May 2015

A MAN thought to have fled the scene of a crash that left a car mangled around a tree was taken to hospital shortly afterwards with serious head injuries.

Plans announced for UK's first women's mosque in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bana Gora, the chief executive of the Muslim Women's Council

4:50pm Saturday 2nd May 2015

BRADFORD will be home to the UK's first mosque run by women, for women, it was revealed today.

University of Bradford up 15 places in rankings

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The University of Bradford

4:50am Monday 27th April 2015

THE University of Bradford has jumped up the national university rankings by 15 places in just one year, according to a league table published today.

Campaigners fear housing plan could increase accident risk on busy road near primary school

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Dominic Fear with some of the residents who have objected to the housing plans looking at the site

2:49am Monday 27th April 2015

HOUSING plans submitted by Bradford Council could make a dangerous road near a primary school even more treacherous, according to scores of residents who are fighting the scheme.

Multi-storey student flats development in Bradford blocked for second time

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: An artist's impression of the proposed student flats

2:06am Monday 27th April 2015

DEVELOPERS spearheading a proposed multi-storey development of student flats just behind the Odeon and Alhambra Theatre say they still hope to develop the site, despite their plans being blocked a second time.

Work to drain flooded cutting is 'next step' in plan to create underground cycleway

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The flooded end of the Queensbury Tunnel, which Highways England plans to drain early next month

1:58am Monday 27th April 2015

WORK to drain a flooded tunnel in Queensbury would be the first stage of an ambitious project to create a new underground cycleway.

Primary school taken over by academy chain still requires improvement

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Merlin Top Primary Academy, Keighley

7:03am Saturday 25th April 2015

A PRIMARY school which was taken over by an academy chain after poor inspection results still needs to improve, according to watchdog Ofsted.

University to host UK's first conference on how computer games can help children learn

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Playing computer games can help children develop their motor skills

6:03am Saturday 25th April 2015

A WHITE House advisor will be one of the speakers when the University of Bradford hosts the UK's first conference about how computer games can help children's learning.

Almost 80 jobs to go at Bradford College, union warns

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:09pm Friday 24th April 2015

ALMOST 80 staff could be made redundant by Bradford College due to newly announced efficiency savings, a union warned today.


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