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Power failure disrupts train services in Bradford district

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:04am Monday 24th November 2014

TRAINS are running again after a power failure affected three stations on the Airedale line this morning.

Teenager's Tanzania trip bid

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: PLANS: Tia Clifford with a picture of the camp in Tanzania she is hoping to visit

6:08pm Monday 17th November 2014

A TEENAGER is raising money to travel to Tanzania to make a difference to people's lives there.

Lottery has given more than £157 million to Bradford causes since it started 20 years ago

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mark Nicholson, the general manager of Bradford Disability which received the area's first Lottery grant in 1995

6:03am Monday 17th November 2014

MORE than £157 million has been given to Bradford projects by the National Lottery since it started 20 years ago.

Schoolgirl takes stand against parents who park badly outside her Little Horton school

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SAFETY FIRST: Isabelle Suddick, 11, a pupil at All Saints' CE Primary School (front) holding her letter with Fire, Police, Bradford Council Road Safety representatives and the Headteacher John Davie in the background.

6:01am Monday 17th November 2014

A PUPIL has taken a stand against irresponsible parking outside her primary school by highlighting the issue with highways bosses.

VIDEO: Archery 24-hour shoot-out will raise vital cash of T&A Crocus Appeal

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: TAKING AIM:  Freya Leask and Dean Dowling, of the University of Bradford's Archery Club, are taking part in a non-stop 24-hour shoot-out for the Telegraph & Argus Crocus Cancer Appeal

7:32am Saturday 15th November 2014

MEMBERS of the University of Bradford's Archery Club have targeted funds for the Telegraph & Argus Crocus Cancer Appeal by holding a 24-hour non-stop shooting marathon.

People have their say about care service changes in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SEMINAR: At the seminar are, (from left), Bradford East MP David Ward, Baroness Sal Brinton, and Emmerson Walgrove, deputy chairman of the Bradford Disabled People's Forum

8:02am Friday 14th November 2014

USERS of care services in Bradford were given the chance to have their say at a seminar in the city.

Korean War veterans to be honoured for their service

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: HONOURED: Korean veteran John Parker with his medals

5:10pm Thursday 13th November 2014

A GROUP of 13 veterans of the Korean War will have their service recognised at a ceremony in Bradford.

VIDEO: Bomb disposal experts called in to deal with acid find

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bomb disposal unit

11:15am Thursday 13th November 2014

BOMB disposal experts were called to Bradford today to deal with a container of potentially dangerous acid.

UPDATE: Arson suspected for fierce blaze which destroys shop in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

9:20am Thursday 13th November 2014

A FIERCE blaze which destroyed a shop in Bradford early today is being treated as a suspected arson attack.

East Morton postcode proves just the ticket for lottery winners

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: From left, People's Postcode Lottery winners Jackie Lowe and Graham Horton

6:32am Thursday 13th November 2014

LIVING in East Morton has proved profitable for two players after they scooped £25,000 each on the People's Postcode Lottery.

National Media Museum hosts BAFTA children's award roadshow

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SHOWCASE: CBBC presenters Ben Shires and Katie Thistleton will host the BAFTA Kids: Behind the Scenes in Bradford event

6:08pm Wednesday 12th November 2014

SOME of the best children's entertainment will be on show in Bradford on Saturday.

Disabled football team from Bradford given £8,000 national grant

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: VICTORY: Bradford Hot Wheels powerchair football team's head coach Tony Harling (back) lines up with members celebrate after receiving a near £8,000 cash boost from Sport England's Small Grants Programme.

6:21am Wednesday 12th November 2014

A DISABLED football team from Bradford have been given a near £8,000 national grant.

Homemade Remembrance tribute raises £100 for Poppy Appeal

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FLOWER GIRL: Liz Shale makes poppies in her spare time which raise money for the Poppy Appeal

5:38am Tuesday 11th November 2014

AN office worker's homemade Remembrance tribute was so admired by colleagues that she made and sold 70 of them, raising £100 for the Poppy Appeal.

Fans question why no poppies on City players' shirt

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mark Yeates puts in a cross under pressure from Halifax opponent Kevin Roberts

5:39pm Monday 10th November 2014

SOME Bradford City fans have questioned why the club's players did not wear poppy emblems on their shirts during a televised FA Cup clash on Remembrance Sunday.

Teenagers complete community projects in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FUN DAY: Chris Wainman is in the stocks at the community fun day at Lapage Primary School

8:03am Monday 10th November 2014

A GROUP of spirited teenagers have been giving back to their community with a host of events in Bradford.

First year of Bradford diabetes campaign hailed a major success

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ANNIVERSARY: Dr Muhammed Adeel Iqbal (centre) with members of the Bradford Beating Diabetes team who are marking the first anniversary of a campaign to identify diabetes sufferers

5:03am Monday 10th November 2014

A CAMPAIGN to tackle diabetes in Bradford has identified nearly 800 more people with the condition in its first year.

Bradford musician seeks funding to fulfil album dream

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: APPEAL: Guitarist Dave Brons who is trying to raise funding for his album

5:45pm Sunday 9th November 2014

A BRADFORD-based guitarist hopes to finally fulfil his dream of releasing an album after starting an online cash plea.

VIDEO: Online prankster criticised for wasting police time pretending to steal car exhausts in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

6:15pm Friday 7th November 2014

A POLICE chief has criticised an online prankster who had a brush with the law after pretending to steal exhausts from cars in Bradford.

Centenary Square 'still a safe place to go' despite allegation of serious sexual assault

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Centenary Square building

6:37am Friday 7th November 2014

A CITY councillor has reassured residents that Centenary Square remains a safe place to visit despite an allegation of a serious sexual assault.

Surprised Bradford farmer says early birth of lambs could be down to mild autumn

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: NEW ADDITION: Lane End Farm farmer Martin Hare with young Darwin Hare, aged two-and-a-half, with a very early lamb.

5:44am Friday 7th November 2014

A SURPRISED Bradford farmer has welcomed the early birth of a group of lambs and could expect more over the next few days.

Serious sexual assault: Police release CCTV image of man they want to speak to

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:12am Thursday 6th November 2014

THIS is a CCTV image of a man police are looking to speak to in connection with an allegation of a serious sexual assault in Bradford city centre.

Shipley lottery winner celebrates 20 years since National Lottery started

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: IN THE MONEY: Margaret Storey joined a host of other Lottery winners

6:38am Thursday 6th November 2014

A SHIPLEY lottery winner teamed up with other jackpot millionaires from Yorkshire to mark 20 years since the start of the National Lottery.

Sizzling selection of sausages on offer at Bradford tasting event

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Oastler Market are staging a free sausage tasting event at Oastler Market on Friday, November 7 to mark National Sausage Week.Pictured are Butchers Adi Payne offering a sausage to David Crompton from A.J Pickup and Son

7:59am Wednesday 5th November 2014

TRY out a selection of Bradford bangers at a sausage tasting event in the city on Friday.

Teenager makes a splash as part of a winning team in national lifesaving competition

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: UP FOR THE CUP: (Left to right): Matt Quimby, Stephen Ward, Sam Lawman and Richard Jagger celebrate after their success in the National Club Simulated Emergency Response Competition 2014 Seniors category competition.

6:42am Wednesday 5th November 2014

A TEENAGER from Idle has made a splash as part of a winning team in a Royal Lifesaving Society (RLSS) national competition.

VIDEO: Big game hunting exhibition aims to get people talking

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ON DISPLAY: Angela Sheard, programme co-ordinator at the Hunters - David Chancellor exhibition at the Impressions Gallery in Bradford.

6:04am Wednesday 5th November 2014

A COLLECTION of hunting photographs designed to get people talking has gone on display in Bradford.

£2,500 bill as hamster chews its way through car's airbag

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sparky, the hungry hamster, who caused £2,500 worth of damage to a Chevrolet Spark by eating the airbag

11:46am Tuesday 4th November 2014

A HAMSTER caused havoc by munching its way through an airbag, leaving the car's owner with a £2,500 bill.

Public inquiry to be held into controversial Sty Lane homes plan

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Chairman of the Greenhill Action Group Terry Brown

5:12am Monday 3rd November 2014

A SECOND public inquiry will be held into a bitterly contested plan to build hundreds of new homes in the district.

University student on trial accused of rape

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Crown Court

5:32am Friday 31st October 2014

A UNIVERSITY student has gone on trial in Bradford accused of rape, attempted rape and sexual assault.

Man, 24, accused of attempted murder admits firing shotgun at house

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SHOOTING: The scene of the shooting in Longfield Drive, Bradford, in May this year

4:58pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

A MAN accused of the attempted murder of a young mother donned a Mrs Doubtfire-style mask to "scare" her stepbrother after firing two shots from a doubled barrelled shotgun.

Attempted murder accused was taken to Blackpool, jury told

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SHOOTING: The scene of the shooting in Longfield Drive, Bradford, in May this year

5:03am Wednesday 29th October 2014

A MAN on trial for the attempted murder of a young mother went to Blackpool from Bradford after being involved in a fight earlier that day, a trial has heard.

Young mother tells attempted murder trial of the moment she was shot

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SHOOTING: The scene of the shooting in Longfield Drive, Bradford, in May this year

6:55am Tuesday 28th October 2014

A YOUNG mother has recalled the moment she was shot in the stomach as an attempted murder trial got under way.

Mercedes Sprinter van goes up in flames in West Bowling

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mercedes Sprinter van goes up in flames in  West Bowling

8:51am Monday 27th October 2014

FIRE crews from Bradford and Odsal were called to a van blaze in West Bowling in the early hours of this morning.

Man, 47, arrested in Manningham on suspicion of murder in Great Horton

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: INVESTIGATION: Police and forensics taped off the crime scene on Thursday morning

8:40am Monday 27th October 2014

A 47-YEAR-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man died at a house party in Bradford.

Bradford catering scheme named among region's top three social enterprises

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: REGIONAL PRIZE: (From left) FoodWorks' Christine Gallagher, Matthew Boyd, Kerrie-Lee Bar and Nigel Halliday line up after the firm was named as one of the top three social enterprises in Yorkshire and the Humber.

8:25am Monday 27th October 2014

A BRADFORD catering scheme providing training and employment to people with learning disabilities has been recognised as one of the region's top three social enterprises.

Former general manager of market in Bradford wins £13,800 payout at employment tribunal

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SETTLEMENT: Ubaid Mughal has received a payout of £13,800 following an employment tribunal after working as general manager at Bradford Bazaar.

7:56am Monday 27th October 2014

THE former general manager of a Bradford market has won his claim for more than £13,000 of unpaid wages, notice and holiday pay at an employment tribunal.

Residents' association chairman faces backlash over construction site damage

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ANGER: Residents with the damage caused by construction vehicles at Newill Close, West Bowling

7:47am Saturday 25th October 2014

THE chairman of a residents' association is facing a backlash from neighbours for the impact building work on his home is having.

More than 1,000 runners will pound Bradford's streets during biggest City Runs yet

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Teachers and Pupils from St Bede's and St Joseph's Catholic College ahead of them taking part in the Bradford City Runs

6:18am Saturday 25th October 2014

HUNDREDS of runners will be limbering up tomorrow morning to pound Bradford's streets for the biggest City Runs yet.

VIDEO: Bradford University raises chemical weapons concerns in new report

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford University academics have published a report about research being used to create chemical weapons buy other states. Pictured, from left, is Professor Malcolm Dando and Dr Michael Crowley

6:02am Thursday 23rd October 2014

THE University of Bradford has co-written a report raising concerns about the use of life-science research which could be used for the creation of incapacitating chemical agent (ICA) weapons.

Finance officer stole £14,000 from school funds

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Judge John Potter

5:22pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A FINANCE officer at a Bradford school has been handed a 12-month suspended jail term for embezzling more than £14,000 from school funds.

School changes security procedures after boy, four, slips away unnoticed

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ANGERED: Becky Wood and her son Kain, four, outside Newhall Park Primary School

5:32am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A PRIMARY school has changed its security procedures after a four-year-old boy with special needs slipped away from its grounds unnoticed by staff.

Emergency services called to two-car collision in Manchester Road, Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police are continuing to investigate the crash

10:07am Tuesday 21st October 2014

POLICE and ambulance services have been called to a collision involving two cars in Bradford this morning.

CCTV image released after attempted knife-point robbery in Clayton

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

9:55am Tuesday 21st October 2014

THIS is a CCTV image of a man police would like to speak to following an attempted robbery involving a knife in Clayton.

Stranded vehicle causes motorway misery for rush hour commuters

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police are appealing for information about the M62 crash

9:14am Tuesday 21st October 2014

A STRANDED vehicle has caused traffic jams during rush hour on the M62 this morning.

Audi damaged in suspected arson attack in Lidget Green

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: House in Keighley damaged in triple arson attack

9:02am Tuesday 21st October 2014

ARSONISTS are believed to be responsible for setting a car on fire in Lidget Green in the early hours of this morning.

Four cars damaged in suspected arson attack at Bradford autoparts business

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

9:00am Tuesday 21st October 2014

A FIRE involving four cars at an autoparts garage in Lidget Green this morning is being treated as arson.

Hairstylist Hannah set to lose locks for T&A Crocus Appeal

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CUT ABOVE: Hairstylist Hannah Wardman prepares for her charity head shave

6:32am Monday 20th October 2014

A HAIRSTYLIST is set to lose her locks for charities including the Telegraph & Argus Bradford Crocus Cancer Appeal.

VIDEO: Science Saturday goes with a bang

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

10:57pm Sunday 19th October 2014

A NINE-metre Skybolt space rocket, flight simulator, DNA workshop and dressing up as an astronaut were some of the attractions on offer at Bradford Science Festival’s Science Saturday yesterday.

MP Philip Davies criticises utility companies for 'failing customers'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: BENEFITS CALL: Shipley MP Philip Davies

6:02pm Sunday 19th October 2014

SHIPLEY MP Philip Davies has criticised utility companies for failing their customers.

Flashmob of Dorothys proves a wizard spectacle at Born in Bradford Festival

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jenny Wilson plays Glinda, the Good Witch of the North, at the Dorothy flashmob which was part of the Born in Bradford Family Festival

5:35pm Sunday 19th October 2014

MORE than 100 women and girls donned their red shoes for a Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz-inspired flashmob in the centre of Bradford during an action-packed weekend of activities.

VIDEO: Saltaire Day of Dance raises £3,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Maria Sitnikova enjoys the Argentinian Tango

3:27pm Sunday 19th October 2014

RESIDENTS quick-stepped their way through 38 dance, music and song workshops as part of a fundraising Day of Dance in Saltaire.


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