Man killed in collision between car and van on country road

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A police officer at the scene of the accident at High Eldwick

6:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A man was killed in a crash in Bingley yesterday. His car collided with a van on Otley Road, High Eldwick, near Dick Hudsons pub and Graincliffe Reservoir.

City MPs call for kerb-crawlers to be named and shamed

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A driver is quizzed by police during a previous crackdown

6:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Calls have been made by two of the city’s MPs for the high-profile naming and shaming of kerb crawlers to help drive street prostitution out of Bradford.

Woman, 58, is charged with man’s murder in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The police forensic tent at the scene

7:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A 58-year-old woman was last night charged with the murder of a man in Girlington, Bradford.

VIDEO: Van crashes into window of lounge in Shipley

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Kevin McDonald with daughter Emily

7:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A family have been left counting their blessings after a runaway van crashed into their lounge window at exactly the moment when a six-year-old girl would normally have been waving her dad off to work. The impact smashed the wall and broke the window, leaving the lounge strewn with debris after the driver apparently forgot to use the handbrake while making a call in Prospect Grove, Windhill, Shipley.

Plans for wind turbine thrown out by councillors

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Malcolm Sykes

9:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Councillors have turned down plans for a 34-metre wind turbine in the green belt at Thornton amid fears the number of turbines in the vicinity is turning the area into a wind farm by the back door.

Angry customer smashed up betting shop in row over wager

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Crown Court

6:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

An angry gambler was jailed for smashing up a Bradford betting shop after accusing staff of “skanking” him over a wager on the dogs.

Council is cutting level of sick days

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: health

9:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

The main reasons for Bradford Council employees taking sick days is revealed in a new report.

Bus driver tells of ordeal impaled by metal railing

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lucasz Mokos recovering at home

9:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A bus driver impaled by a section of metal railing during a freak road accident in Bradford has spoken about his rescue and the years he expects to face battling back to full health.

Short film festival promises thrills and surprises

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Festival head Marcus Gregg and David Pedrick from Keighley Picture House in the projection room

9:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Surprises are promised at the second RATMA film festival being held in Keighley on Saturday.

St Luke's Hospital improves dementia care with £513,000 scheme

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Some of the artworks being installed by Stella Corrall and Clinton Pilkington

6:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A £513,000 scheme to improve the care of dementia patients at a Bradford hospital will be officially opened next month.

Jail for Keighley churchyard flasher who shouted 'Oy!' at his victims

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Crown Court

5:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A churchyard flasher who drew attention to himself by shouting “Oy!” at his distressed victims was jailed for four months.

Ilkley gravel pits to be turned into wildlife reserve

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ORIGINAL: Kingfisher

7:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Former gravel pits in Ilkley will be officially opened next month as the district’s newest nature reserve – almost half a century after the potential of the area was recognised.

Inquest told baby died three days after difficult caesarean delivery

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: webpix coroners coroner's court inquest coroner

6:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A baby suffered brain damage during a difficult caesarean delivery at Bradford Royal Infirmary, an inquest heard.

Friends of Keighley Tarn launch bid to improve area

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Jan Smithies

7:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Members of the Friends of Keighley (Redcar) Tarn are planning their first open day at the popular beauty spot.

Fundraising care staff get on their bike

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Dee Buckley

10:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Staff at a care group pedalled their way through a charity fundraiser.

Former village shop to re-open as beauty salon

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: webpix plans planning file building permission

10:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A former village Co-op store which had stood empty for years has been given a new lease of life.

Bradford event raises funds for hospital in India

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lucky Kaur

9:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Funds have been raised at a charity night to help a Bradford hospital worker tot up £100,000 to build India's first holistic haemophiliac centre for children.

Pub serves St George's Day beer

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Thousands of north Kent youngsters to celebrate Saint George's Day

9:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A city-centre pub is getting patriotic today to celebrate St George’s Day.

European project offering teachers a learning curve

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: European teachers get an insight into how Lister Primary School operates as part of the British Council’s Comenius Programme

8:56am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

This month, teachers from across Europe descended upon a Bradford school.

Radio presenters gear up for fundraising marathon

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: St Luke's Hospital, Bradford

8:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Volunteer radio presenters in Bradford are gearing up for a 30-hour radiothon to raise money for a hospital station.

Pool hall owners want to extend opening hours

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Council, City Hall

8:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

The owners of a city centre pool hall have asked permission for the business to stay open until 3am – five hours later than its existing closing time.

Another award for Bradford's City Park fountains

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: City Park in line for another award

8:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A plaque will be presented next month after the fountains in Bradford’s City Park clinched another award for the attraction.

Group calls for help with Africa work

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: June Martin, co-founder of the Mpika Relief Fund outside the new unit at Black Dyke Mills in Queensbury

8:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

The Mpika relief charity is asking people to join its annual sponsored walk in the Denholme area.

Cigarettes were sold to 15-year-old in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Crown Court

7:30am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

The owner of a Bradford newsagent’s has been fined after a 15-year-old girl was sold cigarettes without her age being questioned.

Former Bradford Council director in running for award

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Council's Kath Tunstall

7:10am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Bradford Council’s former strategic director of children’s services has been nominated for an award.

Bradford campaigner on organ donations meets doctors

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Nadeem Butt

7:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A Bradford man who is trying to encourage more Asian people to donate organs has met kidney research doctors to discuss his campaign. Nadeem Butt (pictured) is making a documentary highlighting the shortage of organ donations, which he plans to distribute to hospitals. He recently attended a Yorkshire and the Humber Transplant Forum in Wakefield, organised by Dr John Stoves, a Renal Physician at Bradford Teaching Hospitals.

Students produce their own take on Cottingley Fairies story

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Members of the youth group from the Cottingley Cornerstone Community Centre with some of their work

7:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A Bradford youth group put its own spin on the ‘Cottingley Fairies’ photographs as part of project to delve into local history.

Money management courses held in Wharfedale

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Scammers hit nine people in just one day

7:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Wharfedale residents are being offered professional help to manage their finances by Bradford-based debt counselling charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP).

Woman, 58, charged with murder of man in Girlington

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police forensics officers at the scene of the murder in Girlington

7:43pm Tuesday 22nd April 2014

A 58-year-old woman was tonight charged with the murder of a man in Girlington, Bradford.

One person killed in crash between car and van

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: One person killed in crash between car and van

5:04pm Tuesday 22nd April 2014

One person has been killed in a crash between a car and a van in Bingley.

Jail for Keighley churchyard flasher who shouted 'Oi!' at his victims

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Crown Court

4:02pm Tuesday 22nd April 2014

A churchyard flasher who drew attention to himself by shouting “Oi!” at his distressed victims was today jailed for four months.

Sir David Jones trial is abandoned

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sir David Jones

3:14pm Tuesday 22nd April 2014

The trial of a former executive chairman of the now defunct JJB Sports chain, who was accused of forging a bank statement to disguise the fact that he had borrowed £1.5 million, was abandoned today due to his ill health.

VIDEO: Runaway van crashes into house

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Runaway van crashes into house

12:25pm Tuesday 22nd April 2014

A Bradford dad watched in horror as a van with no driver rolled down a hill and crashed into the front of his home today.

Fears of vigilante action against street sex trade prompted police to act

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Inspector Richard Baildon

6:00am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

Police have had to take steps to stop prostitution returning to Bradford’s once notorious Lumb Lane after fears of vigilante action.

Call for renewed action to rid streets of sex trade years after Crossbow Cannibal killed

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Vice girls on the streets of Bradford

6:00am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

Five years after Crossbow Cannibal Stephen Griffiths began his killing spree in Bradford’s red light district, prostitution is still rife in the area. Despite repeated police crackdowns and greater working with members of the community to try to eradicate the problem, shops, businesses and residents complain they are still plagued by the issue on a daily basis.

Man found dead at property in Brighouse

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: police

5:26pm Tuesday 22nd April 2014

Police were called to Brighouse this afternoon to reports of a sudden death.

Free children's books project begins a new chapter in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Scheme founder Jan Winter (second adult from left) is joined by mums including TV news presenter Nicola Rees (second adult from right) at the launch of the Midland Road books project

9:26am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

A children’s charity which has already given away 3,000 books in the city has expanded to a new area of Bradford.

Tiny Lillie's gift of life eased her parents' grief

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Nicky Hodges-Rhodes and Matthew Rhodes with their daughter Lillie Grace

7:00am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

The bereaved parents of a four-day-old girl have become the first at Bradford Royal Infirmary to agree to donate her heart valves to help save the lives of other sick babies – and are now urging others to do the same.

Cyclists get up steam for race against train

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Cyclists of all abilities line up to race a steam train from Keighley to Oxenhope

7:00am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

Cyclists of all ages and abilities will try to prove they are faster than a steam train at a fundraising event next month.

Three people held over Girlington stabbing 'murder' to be interviewed today

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Scene of the 'killing'

7:00am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

Two men and a woman arrested on suspicion of murder were due to be questioned by detectives today.

Bingley campaigners launch bid for new town council

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ros Dawson

9:29am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

Campaigners who want to give Bingley a political voice by forming a new town council are asking anyone interested to get in touch and join their cause.

Gran saves baby’s life in Bierley quad crash

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Scene of the crash

6:30am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

A woman is believed to have saved her seven-month-old grandson from being killed or seriously injured when a quad bike hit her while she was pushing his pram.

VIDEO: Businessman tackles litter problem with mucky video!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Thomas Black (left) with Gareth Finister, who starred alongside the businessman in his litter campaign video

6:30am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

A veteran businessman has commissioned and starred in his own film in a personal crusade against litter.

Manningham drug dealer sent to jail

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Crown Court

4:52pm Tuesday 22nd April 2014

A 21-year-old man was jailed for 27 months after he was netted by Operation Stalebank, the police crackdown on street drug dealing in Bradford.

New outdoor fitness park opens

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The opening of the new Ferniehurst Dell fitness area proves geat fun at its official opening

3:45pm Tuesday 22nd April 2014

A new era of outdoor fitness was unveiled with a family fun day which drew crowds to a Baildon beauty spot.

Former pupils to play at concert in memory of teacher Mo

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mo Hooley

9:14am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

The life of a Bingley teacher, who taught until three days before she died of cancer, will be celebrated at a special charity concert next month.

Community worker gets top award for help in transforming young lives

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Joshua Project's Rich Jones

9:17am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

The founder of a Bradford children’s charity has received a prestigious award recognising outstanding achievement in young people.

"Women treated more leniently by the courts"

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Shipley MP Philip Davies

9:00am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

Women across West Yorkshire are being sentenced to 17 months less in prison than men who committed the same crime, new figures show.

Money set to run out for scheme that protects elderly from scams

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Val Slater

7:00am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

A project designed to protect Bradford residents against scams and fraud needs “vital” funding to allow it continue and expand, a senior councillor has warned.

Three arrested on suspicion of burglary and drugs possession

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: police

4:38pm Tuesday 22nd April 2014

Three men were arrested after a member of the public allegedly spotted them breaking into a building in Otley.




Bradford school closures

- All WYTS services are currently fully operational. Please check the status of other school bus services in particular Mybus - (link)

Bradford City Council 10:51am Wed 23 Apr 14

- There are currently no known problems with the WYTS bus service -

(Partial Closure Closure) Trinity All Saints CE Primary School (link)

Bradford City Council 10:51am Wed 23 Apr 14

KS2 will be closed on Thursday 10th April and Friday 11th April. Reception classes will be closed on Friday 11th…

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