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VIDEO: Suspected arson causes evacuation and destroys garage

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Safidar Hussain stands in the wreckage of his garage which was being used to store sewing machines and spare parts for his business in Whetley Hill Road

8:52am Friday 19th December 2014

A GARAGE used for storage by a Bradford shop is thought to have been torched by arsonists.

Bradford drug dealer ordered to repay £160,000 or face more jail time

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: PAYBACK: Dealer Paul Capuvanno must pay back £164,000

5:02am Friday 19th December 2014

A BRADFORD drug dealer has been ordered to pay back more than £160,000 or face an extended jail term after claiming he had no assets.

Teenager sexually attacked during burglary in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police hunt burglary gang who stole jewellery from Bradford house

9:47am Thursday 18th December 2014

AN 18-year-old woman was sexually assaulted during a burglary at her home in Bradford, police said today.

Police treat garage blaze as arson

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

9:24am Thursday 18th December 2014

A FIRE at a garage in Bradford was today being treated as suspected arson.

Emotive play of Bradford City fire disaster raises cash for burns unit

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FUNDRAISER: A performance of 'The 56' which has raised cash for the plastic surgery and burns research unit

7:02pm Wednesday 17th December 2014

THE burns research unit at theUniversity of Bradford has been boosted by funds from a theatre group's production based on the Bradford City fire.

MP calls for law to help tackle anti-social behaviour hell caused by off-road bikers

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: David Ward with PC Richard Lawn, left,  and PC Joey Boswell from West Yorkshire Police's 'Quad Squad'.

5:29am Wednesday 17th December 2014

ANMP has presented a Bill in Parliament demanding tougher rules around the sale of off-road bikes to help combat anti-social behaviour "hell" in Bradford.

Bradford politicians condemn Pakistani school attack in which 80 children died

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:34pm Tuesday 16th December 2014

KEIGHLEY MP Kris Hopkins said he was horrified by a "gutless" Taliban attack in Pakistan today where 126 people, including 80 children, are believed to have been killed.

Winners and losers as Council arts grants revealed

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CUTS: Gideon Seymour, director of charity Fabric

6:32am Tuesday 16th December 2014

A TOTAL of 13 out of 23 district organisations have benefitted from the latest round of Bradford Council arts and culture funding.

Bradford film school creates global photographic training aid

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Film student Danielle Turner with tutor Trevor Griffiths in the darkroom of the WWI Film School in Bradford

5:04pm Sunday 14th December 2014

A NEW film on how to produce photographic prints in a darkroom featuring Bradford College students is set to be distributed across the world.

Technology firm makes a ‘big jump’

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:06pm Friday 12th December 2014

A BRADFORD-BASED technology firm has quadrupled its office space by making a move across the city.

Delighted protesters celebrate victory after controversial plans for 124 new homes are rejected

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Occupation Lane resident Robert Whitworth, centre, with councillors George Metcalf, left, and Brian Morris at the site where 140 new houses are planned (8242645)

5:09am Friday 12th December 2014

DELIGHTED protesters and councillors are celebrating victory after controversial plans to build 124 new homes on greenfield land in Keighley were rejected by Bradford Council planning chiefs.

Councillors approve demolition of former Tyrls police station

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The former Tyrls police station which flanks City Park will make way for a new business zone

6:08pm Thursday 11th December 2014

THE remaining half of the old Tyrls police station is set to be demolished after council planners approved proposals for a new office development in City Park.

Guitarist delighted by response to online appeal to record debut album

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

10:08am Thursday 11th December 2014

A GUITARIST said it feels "amazing" to have fulfilled his dream of releasing an album after smashing his online cash plea target.

Hollywood film makers pick Saltaire as location for new movie

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Film crews in Victoria Road, Saltaire for the filming of a Hollywood movie

4:57pm Wednesday 10th December 2014

SITES in Saltaire, Shipley, and Ilkley have become the backdrop to filming for a Hollywood movie and popular TV series.

Mum of severely disabled teenager welcomes U-turn over fitness-to-work test

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Louise McDonald with her daughter Ellie

6:04am Wednesday 10th December 2014

THE mother of a severely-disabled teenager with the mental age of a five-year-old has spoken of her relief at her daughter not having to face a fit-to-work medical assessment, but she has vowed to fight on for fellow sufferers.

Steel tube firm is approved by EU

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:57pm Tuesday 9th December 2014

A KEIGHLEY steel tube manufacturing company has moved a step ahead of its competitors after becoming one of a handful of UK firms in its sector to receive an EU seal of approval.

Bronze sculpture celebrating life of Bradford-born 'James Bond of poetry' to go on display

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: TRIBUTE: Sculptor Anthony Padgett has created heads to celebrate the life of his great-great uncle, Bradford-born poet, Anthony Padgett. The bronze sculpture will go on display in Bradford.

11:09am Tuesday 9th December 2014

A BRONZE sculpture celebrating the life of a Bradford-born First World War poet is set to go on display in the city.

Women get locked into new venture

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:55pm Monday 8th December 2014

TWO Keighley-based teachers have set up a new business where teams of people work together to escape a locked room.

Fashion retailer signs up for Westfield Broadway

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The under construction Westfield Broadway shopping centre

2:47pm Friday 5th December 2014

A FASHION retailer has become the latest name to sign up for a store at the Westfield Broadway shopping centre in Bradford.

Firms make list for fast sales growth

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:50pm Friday 5th December 2014

TWO Bradford district firms have been named on a prestigious national list of businesses with the fastest-growing sales over the last three years.

Morrisons boss tells of 'privilege' at receiving honorary degree

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: HONOURED: Morrisons chief executive Dalton Philips received a Doctorate of the University of Bradford yesterday.

6:07am Friday 5th December 2014

THE chief executive of Morrisons says he was "privileged" to be among the names to receive honorary degrees at the University of Bradford.

Chancellor's Autumn Statement draws mixed reaction in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

6:12pm Wednesday 3rd December 2014

BRADFORD business chiefs, council leaders and politicians have given a mixed reaction to today's Autumn Statement in which Chancellor George Osborne expanded on his "Northern Powerhouse" pledge.

Producers upbeat over growth rates

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

1:04pm Tuesday 2nd December 2014

BRADFORD firms have backed a survey which says manufacturing is set for an end of year high in Yorkshire and Humber, a survey has found.

Former posties tell of shock after colleague jailed for paedophile offences

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Michael Stevens (left) and Joseph Bale

6:04am Tuesday 2nd December 2014

FORMER Royal Mail workers at a Bradford depot have spoken of their shock after a colleague was jailed for a string of paedophilia offences.

Bradford businesses hail plans to increase number of lanes on M62

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The 'smart' motorway near junction 26 of the M62

5:44pm Monday 1st December 2014

BRADFORD business executives and haulage firms have backed Government plans to increase the number of lanes on the M62.

Cost of Christmas getting harder for families to bear, charity warns

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Early Christmas shopping in Bradford city centre but children's charity Barnardo's is warning that more families are feeling the financial pinch

11:47am Monday 1st December 2014

ALMOST half of families in Yorkshire are struggling to pay for Christmas this year, a survey has revealed.

New TV licensing crackdown starts as more smartphone users watch live broadcasts

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Smartphone users have been warned a licence is needed to watch live TV

6:34pm Sunday 30th November 2014

MOBILE phone users have been warned they need a TV licence to view live television on their devices as a crackdown starts.

Anger at travellers' camp on Council-owned car park in Bradford

6:23am Saturday 29th November 2014

AN ANGRY councillor has called for travellers to be removed from a Bradford Council-owned city centre car park.

VIDEO: Celebration of world cultures showcased in new Bradford exhibition

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

6:40am Saturday 29th November 2014

A CELEBRATION of different cultures from around the world will be showcased from today in a new exhibition in Bradford The Eye of the Beholder exhibition, held at Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, features work from a host of different cultures, including South Asian countries such as India and Pakistan.

Plans for six extra trains a day between Bradford and London given warm welcomed

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FARE FREEZE: An East Coast train (10153080)

5:58am Friday 28th November 2014

PLANS for six extra trains each day from Bradford to London have been welcomed after the winner of the East Coast rail franchise was announced.

Cab boss condemns missile attacks on vehicles by children as young as eight

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Euro Cars General Manager, Ken Ives, with one of the cars that has had something thrown at it

5:33am Friday 28th November 2014

THE boss of a Bradford minicab hire firm has condemned a wave of stone and brick attacks on its vehicles by children as young as eight.

City Park wins more plaudits

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford City Park

4:09pm Thursday 27th November 2014

BRADFORD City Park has won plaudits in a national landscape awards scheme.

REVIEW: Barnum – What a circus, what a show!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:47pm Thursday 27th November 2014

THE circus came to town in fine style this week with Brian Conley and co hitting the stage in Bradford.

Man, 79, remains in hospital today after collision in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Scene of the collision

11:49am Thursday 27th November 2014

A 79-YEAR-old remains in hospital today with head and chest injuries following a road traffic collision in Bradford last night

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.


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