VIDEO: Buttershaw dog attack victim says 'I thought my life was over'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lee Flatt who was attacked by two dogs on the Buttershaw estate.

6:59am Thursday 18th September 2014

A DOG attack victim said he thought he was going to be killed as he was mauled by two banned American Pit Bulls in a "terrifying" incident on a Bradford street.

Rogue travel agents target Hajj pilgrims in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: WARNING: David Lodge, head of West Yorkshire Trading Standards, has warned rogue travel agents will be prosecuted

5:51pm Thursday 18th September 2014

TRADING standards officials have found large numbers of businesses in Bradford selling Hajj packages for those embarking on a pilgrimage next month cannot guarantee customers' cash.

Two men jailed for 'savage' attack on man falsely accused of rape

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: JAILED: Brian Siddle was sentenced to eight years

3:35pm Thursday 18th September 2014

TWO men "meted out their own savage justice" after a woman claimed she had been raped, a court heard.

Firefighters free woman, 26, after car crashes into house in Bradford

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

12:09pm Thursday 18th September 2014

A WOMAN was taken to hospital after a Vauxhall Astra she was driving crashed into a house in Cote Lane, Allerton, Bradford, early today .

English Heritage objects to demolition of listed cemetery chapel in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

6:41am Thursday 18th September 2014

ENGLISH Heritage has objected to proposals to knock down a derelict listed cemetery chapel in Bradford - the only remaining Victorian one of its scale in the city.

Think what you eat is the message as Europe-wide health project starts in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Preparing vegetables as part of the We love to Eat event is chef Andie Laidlaw, of Bradford Ministry of Food

6:01pm Thursday 18th September 2014

AN AMBITIOUS Europe-wide healthy eating project began in City Park, Bradford, today as people were asked to sign up and say "We Love Eating".

Man found guilty over sex act on train that frightened teenage girl

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: GUILTY: Christopher Grojec outside court

3:57pm Thursday 18th September 2014

A MAN who was found guilty of performing a sexual act on a train in front of a "scared" teenager claimed he was just scratching himself.

Appeal to help trace mum of dead baby found at Bradford waste depot

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Associated Waste Management’s depot

2:58pm Thursday 18th September 2014

Fresh appeals have been made to trace the mother of a new-born baby boy, found dead at a waste depot in Bradford a year ago.

Otley-based conductor suspended from post after appearing in court accused of sex offences

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: RL st. josephs rc primary school otley new ccycle rack thanks to parent joseph cullen. from front, malachy cullen, louise poole, daniel cullen, corey mcgrath, milly rennie (10492293)

3:53pm Thursday 18th September 2014

A GRAMMY Award winning conductor from Otley has appeared in court accused of sexual offences.

Tesco unveils plans for Haworth store

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Rebecca Poulsen outside the Royal Oak pub in Haworth, earmarked as a Tesco store

6:02am Thursday 18th September 2014

A SUPERMARKET giant is planning to turn a Haworth pub into a convenience store and create up to 20 jobs - but traders fear it could kill off their businesses.

Man cleared of using Taser to frighten people in street

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

5:26am Thursday 18th September 2014

A 58-YEAR-OLD man has been cleared of frightening women and children in the street with a Taser stun gun.

Wedding brawl man is spared jail over waiter attack

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Blind and partially deaf man denies conspiracy to supply class A drugs

1:50pm Thursday 18th September 2014

A GUEST who attacked a part-time waiter at a wedding celebration has been spared an immediate prison sentence.

Jail for man who broke former wife's ribs

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: JAILED: Paul Modley

5:47am Thursday 18th September 2014

A MAN who beat up his former wife, breaking her ribs and covering her in bruises, has been jailed for 27 months.

Safety measures at Keighley weir would cost £250,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Tinker Bridge on the North Beck, between Fell Lane and North Dean Road, Keighley

5:43am Thursday 18th September 2014

SAFETY improvements at a Keighley weir where a young boy was critically injured would cost £250,000, it has been revealed.

Number of City fans arrested and banned revealed by Home Office

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: TROUBLE: A flare was set off amongst the Bradford fans at the Rotherham VS Bradford FA Cup game last November.

5:33am Thursday 18th September 2014

MORE than 30 Bradford City fans were arrested last season and 56 are currently subject to football banning orders, Home Office figures have revealed.

City centre fracas sparks major police response

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police activity in Sunbridge Road, Bradford

2:06am Thursday 18th September 2014

A FRACAS in Bradford city centre sparked a major police response yesterday afternoon, with witnesses reporting groups of people fighting in the street.

Vietnamese men arrested in immigration raid on Guiseley beauticians

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

3:19pm Thursday 18th September 2014

A BEAUTICIANS in Guiseley has been raided by immigration officers, which led to the arrest of two Vietnamese men.

Cake makers fail to appear at court over food hygiene charges

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford and Keighley Magistrates' Court

1:56pm Thursday 18th September 2014

WARRANTS were issued for two cake-makers who failed to appear at court yesterday on a total of 33 food hygiene charges.

Charity hopes 50 volunteers will sleep rough for a night to support its work

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SLEEP OUT: Members from the business community and former T&A reporter Hannah Postles at the inaugural Suits on the Street event in 2012. From left, John Hotowka, Kevin McMernon, Hannah Postles and Andy McMenemy

7:53am Thursday 18th September 2014

A HOMELESSNESS charity hopes 50 volunteers will brave the elements and spend a night sleeping rough to support its work.

Troubled Bradford school's finances deterred academy chains from take-over attempts

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Head of Belle Vue Boys, Colin Willsher, outside the school.

7:38am Thursday 18th September 2014

MANY of the academy chains who were approached to run a troubled Bradford school were immediately put off when they saw its finances, a meeting of education representatives has been told.

City Park to be turned into huge laboratory as Science Festival comes to Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Proposals For A Bradford Centre Community Council

3:11pm Thursday 18th September 2014

CITY Park will turn into a huge laboratory with the Bradford Science Festival on Saturday, October 25.

Pair fined £3,500 after failing to clean up gardens full of rubbish

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford and Keighley Magistrates' Court

2:58pm Thursday 18th September 2014

TWO people who ignored notices from Bradford Council to clear rubbish-strewn gardens have been fined more than £3,500 between them.

VIDEO: College principal takes Ice Bucket Challenge at freshers fair

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: (10491032)

2:26pm Thursday 18th September 2014

SHIPLEY College principal Nav Chohan took on the Ice Bucket Challenge to the delight of staff and students during the college's Freshers Fair.

Firefighters rescue youth from town hall roof

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Cat rescued from tree

1:56pm Thursday 18th September 2014

A YOUTH rescued from the roof of Keighley town hall early this morning said he had gone up to retrieve a football.

Sue Belcher Centre activities showcased in Airedale Shopping Centre display window

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: David Weston, left, at the Sue Belcher Centre display in the Airedale Centre with, from left, Allan Glew, Diana Watson, Gillian Spark and Carol Spence

2:43pm Thursday 18th September 2014

KEIGHLEY community centre groups hunting for new members have shown off what they can offer in an Airedale Shopping Centre display window.

Firefighters tackle flooring company blaze after machine catches fire

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: People warned not to 'drink and fry' after chip pan fire

1:46pm Thursday 18th September 2014

FIREFIGHTERS raced to a Keighley flooring company yesterday after a machine caught fire.

Bar burglary suspects arrested after motorway chase

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

2:43pm Thursday 18th September 2014

TWO burglary suspects were arrested following a police chase after their getaway car was caught on camera.

Quad biker arrested after pulling 'dangerous wheelies' in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

3:15pm Thursday 18th September 2014

A QUAD bike rider has been arrested or dangerous driving after police filmed his behaviour from an unmarked police car in Eccleshill.

It's not the food that's making us fat – eating is addictive!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

3:09pm Thursday 18th September 2014

FOOD is often seen as a comfort. Chocolate has long been associated with evoking the feel-good-factor but now, it seems, our behaviour with food may be more psychological than we thought.

Police appeal for man with links to Bradford over prison recall

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Barry Mcgrath

2:14pm Thursday 18th September 2014

WEST Yorkshire police are helping trace a man wanted on prison recall who has links to Bradford.

Man, 23, walked into the path of oncoming caravan, inquest heard

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Dom Goddard, far right, partying with friends

4:49pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

A REVELLER was struck by a caravan and killed moments after being heard telling his girlfriend "the next car that comes down here I am going to let it run me over," an inquest heard.

Shock in Bradford as top university archaeologist dies suddenly, aged 49

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: John McIlwaine

4:20pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

Tributes have been paid to the top archeologist who helped bring closure to the anguished families of Northern Ireland's Disappeared.

Police probe after Galloway death threat letter

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: THREATENED: Bradford West MP George Galloway

11:42am Wednesday 17th September 2014

A POLICE investigation is under way after a death threat aimed at Bradford MP George Galloway was sent to the Houses of Parliament.

MEP calls for all Muslims to 'shout from rooftops' to condemn ISIS

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CALLS: Amjad Bashir

2:55pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

YORKSHIRE MEP and Bradford businessman Amjad Bashir has urged all Muslims to "shout from the rooftops" to condemn terror group Isis.

MPs demand tougher regulation to prevent repeat of Kings Science Academy scandal

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Kings Science Academy

1:34am Wednesday 17th September 2014

MPs today demand tougher regulation of academy schools to prevent a repeat of the Kings Science Academy scandal in Bradford.

National Media Museum celebrates a 'great day' as it secures £1million cash injection from Bradford Council

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Director of the National Media Museum, Jo Quinton-Tulloch, was all smiles after Bradford Council funding was secured

7:32pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

THE National Media Museum has secured a £1million cash injection from Bradford Council to help secure its future.

Number of jobseekers in Bradford falls

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford job centre

7:14pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

THE number of jobseekers across the Bradford district has fallen for the second month running, with the figures described as "great news" - especially for young people wanting to find work.

Fresh hope for Shane's tumour treatment

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Kerry Stringer (right) is doing a fundraising bungee jump to help raise money for eight-year-old Shane Edwards (centre) seen with his mum Tracy Edwards (left). Shane is battling cancer for a second time and his family are raising money in the hope that he

4:49pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

THE family of an eight-year-old boy who is battling cancer for a second time believe he has responded well to his latest chemotherapy treatment which ends today.

Police hunt thieves who targeted man sat in his car

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford van owners warned to be on guard following spate of thefts

3:30pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

POLICE are trying to trace a getaway vehicle used by thieves who targeted a man sat in his car.

Relatives of four men convicted of acid attack murder campaign to overturn the convictions

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CAMPAIGN: The protest outside Bradford Crown Court

7:35am Wednesday 17th September 2014

Relatives of four men, sentenced to 126 years imprisonment for the acid attack murder of Bradford dad Barry Selby, protested outside the city's crown court yesterday, as part of a campaign to overturn the convictions.

Confidence continues in city centre regeneration plan despite slight rise in empty shops

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: shops

5:18pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

COUNCIL leaders are confident a strategy to regenerate Bradford city centre is starting to work despite a slight rise in the number of empty shops.

Man accused of chasing women with Taser says he was actually holding a cordless drill and paint brush

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

6:13am Wednesday 17th September 2014

A MAN accused of chasing two young mothers down the street with a Taser stun gun told a jury all he was holding was a cordless drill and a paint brush.

Bradford's hospital heroes are recognised at NHS 'Oscars’ night

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

4:55pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

SIX unsung heroes of healthcare were honoured in the Bradford Teaching Hospitals Oscars last night.

Why Bradford's gap in future care for elderly has to be bridged

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: File photo dated 05/12/08 of the hands of an elderly resident at a nursing home. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday November 23, 2011. A report has condemned England's home care services after finding hundreds of elderly people's human

3:16pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

ARE we being careless about our old age? A new report calling for a re-think on elderly care predicts a crisis unless we start to take more responsibility for the kind of support we may need in future.

Man who fell to his death from Bingley high-rise flat could have been 'seeking attention'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Maurice Tretton

6:19am Wednesday 17th September 2014

A MAN who fell 60ft from his high-rise home could have been attention-seeking after seeing his 15-year-old girlfriend dance with another man at an all-night party, an inquest heard.

Housebuilder fined for working on Wilsden site at 2am

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: GOING UP: Housebuilding on Crack Lane, Wilsden, this year

8:05pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

A HOUSEBUILDER was branded "absolutely ridiculous" for breaking rules on hours of working after residents in Wilsden complained of builders using a wacker at 2am.

Hard work starts now for Media Museum after £2m boost

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: EXTRA FUNDS: Museum director Jo Quinton-Tulloch, and Coun Susan Hinchcliffe

6:34pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

IT was celebration time this week at Bradford's National Media Museum after it was awarded £2 million of funding to help secure its future.

Police unhappy over regeneration plan to bring more people to Bradford city centre

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor David Green, leader of Bradford Council

2:55pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

A MOVE to relax planning rules to breathe life into Bradford city centre has not proved popular with the police, it has emerged.

Appeal after store worker targeted by masked knife robber

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police warning after thefts in car parks

2:43pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

POLICE are appealing for information following a robbery at a hairdressing supplies store in Bradford.

Homes scheme starts on previously blighted site in Thorpe Edge

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Geoff Reid (right) with Rupert Pometsey, director of Lumia Homes, which is involved in the development off Sandholme Drive

6:31am Wednesday 17th September 2014

A PATCH of land blighted by anti-social behaviour is to be turned into a new homes development sooner than expected.

Bradford school closures

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

Bradford City Council 7:26pm Thu 18 Sep 14

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

- No Schools Closed Today - (link)

Bradford City Council 7:26pm Thu 18 Sep 14

- No Schools Closed Today -

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