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Art alongside ales with photographers' new exhibition at brewery

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sally Robinson with some of her photographs in the Bradford Brewery exhibition

2:59pm Wednesday 29th July 2015

PUB goers will be able to appreciate art alongside their ale now a new exhibition has opened at a city centre brewery.

New outdoor play area opens in Thorpe Edge

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Young people enjoying their new play area behind the Springfield Centre on Thorpe Edge estate

2:28pm Tuesday 28th July 2015

A NEW outdoor play space, designed by young people for young people, has opened in Thorpe Edge, Bradford.

Plans submitted for city centre gym close to Broadway development

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The artist's impression of the Xchange

5:40pm Monday 27th July 2015

PLANS for a city centre gym only yards from the Westfield development have been submitted to Bradford Council.

Hundreds turn out to raise £1,000 for school at fun day

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A summer fun day was held at Lidget Green primary school, LtR Ali Hasan (11), Mr Michael Hirst, & Zain Mohammed (11) have ago on the giant slide

1:41pm Monday 27th July 2015

THE first summer fair held on the grounds of a Bradford primary school was a huge success, raising over £1,000 for the school.

Bradford pub building could be flattened to make way for hand car wash

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Hassan Uzzaman Kha stands infront of the Kingswood Arms pub

3:19am Monday 27th July 2015

A DERELICT pub, closed for 15 years and dubbed "an embarrassing eyesore," could be demolished to make way for a hand car wash.

Hundreds apply for training ahead of The Broadway opening

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Broadway shopping centre is due to open on November 5

5:03am Saturday 25th July 2015

AN academy set up to prepare Bradfordians for jobs at The Broadway shopping centre has received 600 CVs since it opened last month.

Council and city leaders work together to share ideas as budget cuts bite

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Leader of Bradford Council David Green

5:02am Saturday 25th July 2015

BUSINESS, Council and charity leaders will be sharing advice and training to help keep Bradford moving despite ongoing funding cuts.

Rescuer tells how he plucked three-month-old baby to safety from Bradford house blaze

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Aamir Nawaz, who rescued the baby from a house blaze in Durham Road, Manningham

5:09pm Friday 24th July 2015

A HAVE-A-GO hero ran into a burning house in Bradford to rescue a three-month-old baby.

Three children rushed to hospital after house blaze in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

8:25am Friday 24th July 2015

THREE children, including a three-month-old baby, were rushed to hospital after a house fire in Bradford late last night.

Woman, 33, stuck in violent relationship is jailed for stabbing partner in back

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Emma Copperwaite

6:03am Friday 24th July 2015

A WOMAN who stabbed her abusive partner after getting stuck in a "cycle of domestic abuse" has been given a 36 month prison sentence.

Plans for Saltaire win Bradford Council an excellence award

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Salts Mills in Saltaire

9:03pm Thursday 23rd July 2015

PLANS for the future of Saltaire have won Bradford Council an award for excellence.

Man wanted in connection with historic sexual assaults may be back in Bradford, say police

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mahboob Bostan

3:36pm Thursday 23rd July 2015

POLICE believe a man who has been on the run for 16 years after being charged with rapes in Bradford and Batley may have returned to the area.

'Mind blowing' equipment on show at Bradford's new £10 million technology centre

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Technicians Dan Eyre and Prakswr Missttry try out some of the scanning technology at the centre

4:42am Thursday 23rd July 2015

SOME of the latest "mind blowing" technologies, from 3D printers to virtual reality welding equipment, will be found at a £10 million technology centre being opened by Bradford College in September.

Children hope quick-turnaround play will be a roaring success

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Some of the cast of The Lion King, which is being performed in Windhill

3:49pm Wednesday 22nd July 2015

A GROUP of parents and children from the Windhill community is working hard to prepare a performance of beloved children's film The Lion King.

Bradford primary school places pressure set to ease – but secondaries will soon feel the strain

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Primary School Pupils and teacher in Classroom (32752937)

11:25am Wednesday 22nd July 2015

PRESSURES for primary school places in Bradford will ease in the next few years, but councillors have been warned that pressures on secondary schools will get much worse.

UPDATED: Bomb disposal team called in after artillery shell discovered in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

9:11am Wednesday 22nd July 2015

HOMES in Clayton were evacuated last night after an old artillery shell was found at a property.

School gives youngsters a fighting chance with boxing lessons

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Boxing lessons at Belle Vue Boys School, PC Tony Hooson and Edrissa Nimaga

4:05pm Tuesday 21st July 2015

A SCHOOL has been using boxing lessons held during a lunch break to help its pupils learn discipline and get fit, and the man who planned the sessions says the pupils involved have seen a noticeable change in the classroom too.

Fire-ravaged Bradford school building to be torn down

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The former Yorkshire Martyrs Catholic College shortly after the arson attack in March

2:46pm Tuesday 21st July 2015

BRADFORD Council has given the go ahead for the demolition of a fire damaged school building in Tong.

Bradford schools face mounting pressure for places as record number of children reach primary school age

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Jeanette Sunderland

2:28am Tuesday 21st July 2015

SCHOOLS across Bradford are facing increasing pressure for places as this September will see a record number of children reaching primary school age in the district.

Black Dyke Mill filled with the sounds of brass band music

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Members of Foxhill Brass Band play at the Brass Tacks event held at Black Dyke Mills heritage venue

1:09pm Monday 20th July 2015

ONE of Queensbury's oldest brass bands shared a stage with its newest as the village's heritage venue hosted its biggest concert yet.

High numbers of pupils starting school mid-way through academic year is damaging schools, claims union

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ian Murch of the National Union of Teachers

5:04am Monday 20th July 2015

ALMOST 7,000 applications for school places in the middle of the academic year were made to Bradford Council last year, with just under 1,000 from families new to the UK.

New report reveals 'alarming' number of young carers in Bradford looking after parents

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Kerry McKenna who works for Barnardos

3:38am Monday 20th July 2015

A NEW report into young carers has revealed the "alarming" number of children in the district faced with looking after parents with substance abuse or alcohol problems.

Pupils go back in time for end of term celebration

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pupils at Knowleswood Primary School, from left, Emily Smith and Reece Bucktrout at the Tournament of the Golden Feather

9:03am Saturday 18th July 2015

PRIMARY school pupils turned back the clock several centuries for a Medieval-themed end of term event.

Schools urged to get involved in celebration of science

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Simon Watt, who will be appearing at the event

8:02am Saturday 18th July 2015

SCHOOLS across the district have been asked to get involved in a week-long celebration of science which is taking place days after the city hosts the national science festival.

Last graduation ceremonies of year

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Dame Mary Parkins from Specsavers getting an honorary doctorate at Bradford University

6:59pm Friday 17th July 2015

THE final graduation ceremonies of the academic year were held in the University of Bradford yesterday.

Keighley nursery judged good by Ofsted inspectors

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Rail service infrastructure must improve

5:19pm Friday 17th July 2015

A KEIGHLEY nursery was judged "good" in every category following an Ofsted inspection.

Student nurse chosen for award

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford University rewards staff and students

5:01pm Friday 17th July 2015

THIRD-YEAR University of Bradford student nurse Sam Wallace has been chosen as a "Rising Star" in his profession at a national awards ceremony.

Ice cream man warned by police for using mobile phone at the wheel

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The ice cream van driver caught on his mobile phone while driving

2:41pm Friday 17th July 2015

AN ice cream man was given a warning by police after he was spotted using a mobile phone while driving his van.

Missing Brighouse woman found

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Susan Naylor

1:22pm Friday 17th July 2015

POLICE are concerned for the welfare of a Brighouse woman, with links to Wyke, who has not been seen since yesterday afternoon.

Police appeal following knifepoint robbery

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police appeal following knifepoint robbery

11:55am Friday 17th July 2015

POLICE have issued an appeal for information after a man was robbed at knifepoint.

UPDATE: Police officer injured in hit-and-run following chase in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:06am Friday 17th July 2015

DETECTIVES are hunting a driver who sped away after running over a police officer and ramming a car following a chase.

Firefighters issue warning after Bradford house fire

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

8:37am Friday 17th July 2015

FIREFIGHTERS have warned people not to get distracted while cooking after a man cooking chips at 3am caused a house fire.

Pupils get the red carpet treatment at Keighley Children's Film Festival

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pupils from Our Lady of Victories Keighley at the Keighley Children's Film Festival L to rAtif Ansar, Emma Devlin, Annlea Joby, Adam Williamson  (31420319)

5:33am Friday 17th July 2015

HUNDREDS of school pupils enjoyed the red carpet treatment when a cinema hosted Keighley's first film festival for children.

Neglected plot of land on Bradford estate to receive £100,000 makeover

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Horton Park Primary School is going to reclaim and develop this piece of land next to the school into a community area. From left Julia Obuchowska, Yusuf Khan, Arshad Rehman, Iman Baiz, and Business manager at the school Ruth Bottomley

5:31am Friday 17th July 2015

A NEGLECTED plot of land in the middle of a Bradford estate will be transformed into a vibrant community area thanks to a £100,000 makeover.

First construction course students graduate at Bradford's Industrial Centre of Excellence

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The first group of students on the Industrial Centre Of Excellence for the Built Environment receive their certificates after completing the course

5:32pm Thursday 16th July 2015

A PROGRAMME to open young people's eyes to the construction world will become even bigger after the graduation of the first cohort of students.

PICTURES: University of Bradford graduates celebrate at ceremonies

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford University atrium, packed with graduates

12:12pm Thursday 16th July 2015

HUNDREDS more students graduated from the University of Bradford yesterday in the second of three days of ceremonies.

Baroness and bus driver among Bradford's honorary graduates

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: HONOURED: Baroness Thornton of Manningham and Mohammed Taj received honorary doctorates

4:18am Wednesday 15th July 2015

HUNDREDS of students at the University of Bradford have marked the end of years of hard work at the first of several graduation ceremonies.

Primary school in Bradford district placed in special measures

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: High Crags Primary School

2:18am Wednesday 15th July 2015

A PRIMARY school has been placed in special measures after inspectors found it had failed to prepare students for secondary school.

Bradford pupils unleash their flair for writing with stories project

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Dixons Allerton Academy pupils at the launch of their anthology of poems and short stories with an exhibition of art and photography. Front  Romana Jabeen and Suleman Riaz. Back Elvedin Zukic, Amelia Kay, Ishrat Tabassum

6:28pm Tuesday 14th July 2015

A PROGRAMME to inspire young people to become the writers of tomorrow will once again expand to more Bradford schools next year, after its second year proved a huge success.

How school breakfast is giving a boost to learning

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pupils enjoying the school's breakfast club

6:06pm Tuesday 14th July 2015

MOST people would agree that going to work in the morning is much easier after a good breakfast.

Primary school band prepares for biggest contest yet

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pupils at Foxhill Primary School get ready for their major brass band concert tomorrow. From front are Macy Louch, 9, Hannah Strachan, 10, Abigail Wood, 9, Sophie Downes, 9 and Annabella Green, 9

2:15pm Tuesday 14th July 2015

MEMBERS of a primary school band will be blowing their own trumpets as they play their biggest contest yet on Thursday.

New director of English cricket visits Bradford school

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lord Patel speaking with PE Teacher, Zaheer Jaffary, Yorkshire Cricket's Beth Mooney and Carlton Bolling College girls cricket team players, Hanfia Khan and Neelam Khan

6:15pm Monday 13th July 2015

A NEW director of English cricket visited a Bradford school today to discuss ways the sport can be more inclusive, meeting the school's champion girls team in the process.

Bradford picked to host major university fair

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford University rewards staff and students

5:12pm Monday 13th July 2015

THOUSANDS of teenagers will descend on the city centre next year when the University of Bradford hosts a major event for prospective students.

New vintage clothing shop in Bradford city centre will train young people for retail career

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Forster Community College staff member Sara Belhay outside the shop on Ivegate that the College will soon be opening as a vintage retail store

3:25am Monday 13th July 2015

A VINTAGE clothing shop set up to train young people for a career in retail will be opening in a vacant city centre unit later this month.

Political fall-out after Bradford school plunges into special measures sparks row

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Hanson Academy, at the centre of a political spat between Bradford Council's Liberal Democrats and the leading Labour group

2:10am Monday 13th July 2015

LIBERAL Democrats have accused Bradford Council's leading Labour group of suppressing a highly-negative Ofsted report into one of the district's biggest schools until after the General Election for political reasons.

Bradford students with learning difficulties find jobs thanks to successful project

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Eight pupils from Southfield School have graduated from Project Search, a programme to support young people with learning difficulties, LtR back Adnan Shafiq, Jason Townson, Luke Parkinson and Ben Martin, LtR front Daniel Frith, Subla Ul Haq, Sophie Wade,

1:40am Monday 13th July 2015

A PROJECT to help students with learning difficulties find employment has enjoyed further success, with several of the students finding jobs as soon as they graduated.

Bradford Crocus Appeal wins national award

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: TEAMING UP: Councillor Andrew Thornton and Robert Drummond, regional distribution manager at the Telegraph & Argus, (back, from left) with Rob Hartley and Sam Butterworth, of the University of Bradford (front, from left) as the Crocus Appeal is announ

4:37pm Friday 10th July 2015

A CHARITY campaign run by the Telegraph & Argus and the University of Bradford has won an award for best fundraising campaign at a national awards ceremony.

Police issue pictures of sex assault suspects

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

3:36pm Friday 10th July 2015

THESE images of two men suspected of sexually assaulted a woman as she left a shop have been released in a bid to track them down.

Tans and trims plan for George Galloway's former constituency office

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

8:39am Friday 10th July 2015

THE vacant former constituency offices of deposed Bradford West MP George Galloway (pictured) could become a hairdressers and tanning salon.

Two top names from world of children's literature speak at Bradford conference

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Authors, Tom Palmer and Liz Pichon, at the Reading Matters conference

4:51am Friday 10th July 2015

TWO top names from the world of children's literature were guest speakers at a conference held by a group set up to improve reading skills in Bradford.

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