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Shed fire damages bungalow in Silsden

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

9:25am Monday 25th May 2015

A SHED fire spread to a bungalow in Silsden last night.

Firefighters rescue dog from blaze

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

9:16am Monday 25th May 2015

AN ALSATIAN dog was rescued by firefighters from a basement flat after a blaze broke out last night.

Crowds flock to bank holiday weekend events

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: GAME: Adam Syrop and TJ Williams from Impact Gamers bringing computer games to the big screen in Centenary Square

7:32am Monday 25th May 2015

GAMING, swimming, arts, crafts and animals were among the highlights of a busy Bank Holiday weekend across the Bradford district.

Probe starts into canal towpath resurfacing problems

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ginny Leonard, CityConnect programme communications and engagement manager

6:02am Monday 25th May 2015

THE £29 million Connecting Cities project has experienced fresh problems as resurfacing needs to be carried out on some of its canal towpath works.

Councillor makes safety plea after quad bike rider badly injured in crash

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The scene of the crash

2:02am Monday 25th May 2015

A QUAD bike rider remained in hospital last night after he suffered head and serious leg injuries in a crash with a car in Bradford.

Discarded cigarette causes house fire in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

10:07am Sunday 24th May 2015

A DISCARDED cigarette started a small fire at a house in Bradford last night.

Arsonists destroy car in Idle

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

9:57am Sunday 24th May 2015

AN ABANDONED car was set on fire in Idle, Bradford, early today.

UPDATE: Quad bike rider badly injured in crash with car in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:30pm Sunday 24th May 2015

A QUAD bike rider has suffered head and serious leg injuries in a crash with a car in Bradford.

VIDEO: Community hanging out the bunting to share stories of Bowling

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Creative Threads Project Shine is creating bunting as part of an exhibition this summer at St Stephen's Church. From left, Rachell McDermott, Samantha Thirkill, Donna Harper Sonia Child and Lyn McDermott

4:02am Saturday 23rd May 2015

PEOPLE living in Bowling will be hanging out the bunting to say what's great about the area they live in.

VIDEO: Rally cars rev up for classic race in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: From left, Councillor Andrew Maillinson, with navigator Matthew White and his driver and father David,plus some of the racing rally cars

5:38pm Friday 22nd May 2015

A COLLECTION of sporty cars revved up for the Bradford Classic Rally today by taking to the track.

14 things to do this bank holiday week around the Bradford district

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Saltaire resident Laura Ryder and artist Jane Fielder, pictured with some of Jane's work at the 2013 Saltaire Arts Trail

11:32am Friday 22nd May 2015

SWIMMERS, artists and film fans will all be entertained during a packed programme of events in the Bradford district over the bank holiday weekend.

Cricket star launches sporting project to steer children off Bradford's streets

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Humayun Islam, chairman of Shalpa Sports Initiative

5:32am Friday 22nd May 2015

A NEW drive to encourage more South Asian children into cricket and to help reduce anti-social behaviour has been backed by a Yorkshire star.

‘No more bus strikes are planned for Bradford’, says union

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ‘No more bus strikes are planned for Bradford’, says union

12:44pm Thursday 21st May 2015

THERE will be no further bus strike action in Bradford for at least the next ten days, union representatives have said.

Bradford's disabled football club reaches national cup final

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Bradford Disabled Football Club (BDFC) squad lines up at Valley Parade

6:02am Thursday 21st May 2015

BRADFORD City Disabled Football Club will battle it out in the national finals of a prestigious cup competition.

Hair-raising plan with wig day for charity

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Karen Brown, branch manager Mohammed Naeem and Emma Hedley from TSB Shipley with their wigs

4:24am Thursday 21st May 2015

BANK staff put their heads together to raise money for a children's charity

Tenth anniversary of Bradford Pride to be celebrated this month

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

2:29pm Wednesday 20th May 2015

THE tenth anniversary of Bradford Pride will be celebrated in the city on Saturday, May 30.

School wins through to mock trial final

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: School wins through to mock trial final

2:15pm Wednesday 20th May 2015

A BINGLEY school will take on the country's best young legal eagles next month in the national finals of a mock trials competition.

Armed robber carried handgun and wore false teeth and black curly wig in village post office raid

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Armed robber carried handgun and wore false teeth and black curly wig in village post office raid

9:32am Wednesday 20th May 2015

A MAN armed with a gun disguised himself by wearing false teeth and a black curly wig during a post office robbery.

Results of spot check of Bradford Royal Infirmary's A&E published

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Andrew Jones, manager of Healthwatch Bradford and District outside the accident and emergency department at Bradford Royal Infirmary

5:05am Wednesday 20th May 2015

A SPOT check of the accident and emergency department at Bradford Royal Infirmary found almost a third of patients thought waiting times were very poor.

Bradford care home given watchdog warning after inspectors found its service was unsafe

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Oakleigh Care Home in Clayton

5:05am Tuesday 19th May 2015

A WATCHDOG served two warning notices on a Bradford care home after it found residents were not protected from the risk of abuse, unclean rooms and exposed wiring in a bedroom.

Fun day to raise funds for little Tyla's condition

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: 8 year-old Tyla Anguige & her mum Chrissy Jackson are looking to raise £4,000 to aid her recovery by sending on a private physio course to Scotland (25349322)

3:53pm Monday 18th May 2015

A FUN day in aid of an eight-year-old Bradford girl, who suffers from a form of cerebral palsy, hopes to raise £4,000 to further her recovery with an intensive physiotherapy course.

Superstore manager to tackle gruelling 150-mile charity bike challenge

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: IN THE SADDLE: Steve Dawson is getting ready to complete a gruelling 150-mile charity bike ride next month

4:31am Monday 18th May 2015

THE manager of a Bradford superstore is gearing up for a gruelling 150-mile charity bike challenge.

New drive to increase number of Asian footballers is welcomed in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Players, coaches and supporters of the Manningham All Stars, part of the United Youth Forum, are pictured yesterday at Manningham Sports Centre

3:53am Monday 18th May 2015

A NEW Football Association drive to increase the number of Asian players in the game has been backed by a Manningham-based project.

Bradford pilot to embark on debut Red Arrows season at Llandudno Air Show

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: DEBUT: Flight Lieutenant Tom Bould will make his first appearance as a Red Arrows pilot on May 23

3:42am Monday 18th May 2015

A BRADFORD man says he cannot wait to start his debut season as a Red Arrows pilot later this month.

VIDEO: Autumn opening hope for expanded Sunbridge Wells scheme

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: An artists' impression of how one of the bars in the Sunbridge Wells development

8:02am Saturday 16th May 2015

A £1 MILLION underground development of shops, cafes and bars is due to open in Bradford at the end of September following its expansion.

Bradford sewage works sweeps aside grand designs to win prestigious award

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Simon Balding, project manager at the Esholt plant

12:03am Saturday 16th May 2015

A SEWAGE works in Bradford has swept aside other grand designs, including a velodrome and a bridge, to clinch a top award.

Bradford schools in battle to reach national finals of mock trials contest

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pupils at two Bradford schools will return to Bradford and Keighley Magistrates' Court tomorrow to take part in the north of England regional heats of a national mock trial competition

7:32am Friday 15th May 2015

TWO schools in the Bradford district will tomorrow do battle for a place in a national final in a mock trials competition.

Did Bradford photographer take world's first 'selfie'?

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Christopher Pratt's 'selfie'

5:08am Thursday 14th May 2015

IS this the world's first 'selfie'?

Classic rally cars to roar through Bradford park during action-packed car show

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: REVVING UP: A Lancia Stratos sports and rally car will be in action at Bowling Park, Bradford in August

4:35am Wednesday 13th May 2015

AN ACTION-packed weekend of rallying will mark the tenth anniversary of the Bradford Classic Car Show.

'Further bus strikes are on the way for Bradford' warns union after talks collapse

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mohammad Taj, Unite branch secretary for Bradford

4:32am Wednesday 13th May 2015

A UNION chief has warned more - and possibly longer - bus strikes could be staged in Bradford after talks to resolve a dispute with transport firm First collapsed.

Fairweather Green school can now welcome two-year-olds after £850,000 building

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Nursery leader Jen Duff with pupils, Liana Greena, three, and Muhammed Aaqif, two, at Crossley Hall Primary School's new nursery

2:50pm Tuesday 12th May 2015

A PRIMARY school can now welcome two-year-olds to its site after opening up a new £850,000 nursery building.

Inquest opens into death of demolition worker Andy Hagan

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Andy Hagan with his youngest child Alfie

10:56am Wednesday 13th May 2015

AN INQUEST into the death of a Bradford father-of-three from injuries he suffered when a lintel collapsed on him on a demolition site was opened and adjourned today.

Bradford City hold memorial service at Valley Parade to mark 30th anniversary of fire

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: EMOTIONAL: Bradford City fan Bob Abbott, who was working on security on the day of the fire, remembers the 56 fans who lost their lives 30 years ago

5:18pm Monday 11th May 2015

FANS, officials and survivors stood in silent reflection at Valley Parade today as Bradford City held their own memorial service to mark the 30th anniversary.

Poignant service will remember victims of Bradford City fire disaster

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

7:08am Monday 11th May 2015

A POIGNANT service takes place today to mark the 30th anniversary of the Bradford City fire disaster, one of football's worst tragedies in which 56 lives were lost and a further 258 people injured, some terribly.

Plans submitted to turn city centre office block into flats

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

6:03am Monday 11th May 2015

PLANS for almost 100 flats opposite the Bradford Broadway shopping centre have been submitted.

VE Day is remembered in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sisters Veronica Quantrill, left, and Margaret Spencer who danced the night away in 1945 on the City Hall steps re-enact the celebration 70 years on

5:03am Saturday 9th May 2015

WAR veterans, dignitaries and residents paid a poignant tribute in Bradford on the 70th anniversary of VE Day.

Poignant service in Bradford marks VE Day

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

3:51pm Friday 8th May 2015

A POIGNANT two-minute silence was held in Bradford at 3pm today to mark the 70th anniversary of VE Day.

Plaque to commemorate Bradford City fire disaster to be unveiled at Brazil's national football museum

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Bradford City fire memorial in Centenary Square where a service will take place on Monday

7:32am Friday 8th May 2015

A PLAQUE to mark the 30th anniversary of the Bradford City fire disaster will be mounted at Brazil’s national football museum after being arranged by UK’s deputy head of mission who was injured in the tragedy.

Jamie Stones, six, enjoys dream trip to Disneyland

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jamie, far right, enjoys breakfast with Mickey Mouse at Disneyland Paris with his brother Lewis, 14, left, and sister Codie, eight.

7:03am Friday 8th May 2015

A BOY with a rare bowel disorder enjoyed breakfast with his hero Mickey Mouse during a dream trip to Disneyland Paris.

Family demands answers why dad-of-three was fatally injured at demolition site

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: QUESTIONS: Andy Hagan’s mother, Norma O’Brien. Below, the demolition site where he lost his life and Andy with son Alfie

5:33am Friday 8th May 2015

THE heartbroken mother of a Bradford father-of-three last night demanded answers to why he was fatally injured while working on a demolition site.

Police issue warning to quad bikers

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

1:50pm Thursday 7th May 2015

POLICE officers seized this unregistered quad bike in Great Horton.

Support group for male domestic violence victims offers new service

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: EXPANDING: Men Standing Up service manager Humayun Islam says the service is going from strength-to-strength

7:03am Thursday 7th May 2015

A SERVICE supporting male victims of domestic violence is expanding its work in Bradford from next week.

Family aims to raise £4,000 to aid recovery of girl, 8

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: OPERATION: Tyla Anguige in hospital after her major spinal surgery in February 2013

4:02am Thursday 7th May 2015

THE FAMILY of an eight-year-old Bradford girl who suffers from a form of cerebral palsy hope to raise £4,000 to further her recovery with an intensive physiotherapy course.

UPDATE: Worker dies after wall collapse at demolition site

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

2:10am Friday 8th May 2015

A BRADFORD man has died of injuries he suffered when he was crushed on a demolition site.

Preparations begin for fun runs

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Action from the Bradford City Runs

3:20pm Wednesday 6th May 2015

PEOPLE are already being encouraged to get their trainers on and sign up for this year’s Bradford City Runs.

Police seize unregistered quad bike in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The seized quad bike

2:37pm Wednesday 6th May 2015

POLICE officers seized an unregistered quad bike in Great Horton.

Bradford soap star hopes for TV series following pilot episode award nomination

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lee Otway has co-written, directed and produced a pilot of a new TV comedy that he hopes will get turned into a series.

11:10am Wednesday 6th May 2015

A COMEDY writer and former soap star hopes to write a TV series after a pilot he penned was nominated for a national award.

Candidate celebrates 10 years in office as he bids for third term

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:08pm Tuesday 5th May 2015

THE Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate for Leeds North West Greg Mulholland (pictured), is celebrating ten years since he was first elected as MP for the constituency, which includes Otley and Yeadon.

Riding school raises £600 for Bradford Burns Unit

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Participants in Throstle Nest Riding School's fundraiser in aid of the Bradford Plastic Surgery and Burns Research Unit

11:58am Tuesday 5th May 2015

FUNDRAISERS at a Bradford riding school ran, rode and shot their way to raising £600 for the city's burns unit.

Bradford district's NHS Trusts will be £2m in the red this year

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford district's NHS Trusts will be £2m in the red this year

11:44am Tuesday 5th May 2015

THE district's NHS Trusts are expected to fall into deficit this financial year, according to new figures released by Labour.

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