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Aire Valley

Missing: Pamela Briggs

Police appeal for help in tracing missing Keighley woman, 19

Saltaire Bookshop owner and traders' spokesman David Ford

End of the line for Totally Locally traders' project in Saltaire

Sarah Hattam has successfully appealed a bus lane fine she received in Bradford on the day of the City Runs last year

Couple welcome victory for 'common sense' after bus lane penalty overturned

Chief Scout Bear Grylls praises 1st Bingley Scout group for their efforts during the floods

Chief Scout Bear Grylls praises scouts for great work during floods

Have your say on Airedale health services before inspection team arrives

Have your say on Airedale health services before inspection team arrives

Flooded Salts Tennis Club, Saltaire

Flood-hit tennis club gets cash help to repair damage

Hirst Weir repairs in the surging River Aire

Weir's our digger? Repair works continue along River Aire

Robert Antill in alcove where fridge stood before it exploded

Exploding fridge 'could have killed me' - electrician's lucky escape from freak accident

Farmer David Downs and Green Party Leader Natalie Bennett

UPDATED: Green Party leader backs campaigners opposed to innovation centre plan for Bingley farm

Jo Quinton-Tulloch, director of the National Media Museum

National Media Museum to lose part of its art of photography collection

Ian Robinson and Rebecca Robinson, of the Why Don't We project, get to grips with their new camera funded by the Yorkshire Building Society grant

Grant helps disability group get new camera equipment

Saltaire Primary headteacher Sally Stoker with pupil Daniel Swift and Morrisons vouchers presented by their Community Champion from the Five Lane Ends store Julie Wild

Big-hearted little schoolboy gets his reward for writing appeal letters on behalf of Bradford's homeless

Steve Warrillow with the children from the Spiders club at Denso Marston Nature Reserve, before they pour apple juice on the new apple tree to help it grow

Green-minded litter pickers and tree planters brave wet weekend

Tourism students from Shipley College who will be guides at Saltaire World Heritage Weekend pictured inside Saltaire United Reform Church

College students to act as expert guides during Saltaire World Heritage Weekend

Anthony Dutton's damaged motorcycle after he hit Kelly Tait in Saltaire Road, Shipley, in April last year

Motorcyclist, 45, jailed for maiming girl, 17, in Shipley crash seconds after pulling wheelie

The flooding at Bradford and Bingley Sports club when the River Aire burst its banks

Flood payouts by Bradford Council now total more than £250,000

Shipley Glen Tramway trustee Geoff Stanley checks the level of one of the tracks as part of the refurbishment of the track on the historic line

Shipley Glen Tramway repairs on track for April re-opening

The outpatients' car park at Airedale Hospital, proposed site of a new bus turnaround

More direct buses planned to Airedale Hospital

The damage to the field caused by the driver's off-road excursion

Driver receives formal police warning after becoming stuck in mud showing views to girlfriend

The man police want to speak to about an attack on a train guard

Train conductor attacked by passenger after she asked to check his ticket

DAMAGE: Catering manager Louise Cochrane, in the wrecked kitchen at Bradford and Bingley Sports Club, said the premises had been flooded three times in two months

Flood-battered district still trying to recover as more warnings issued

Magistrates Court at Bradford

Man crashed car into ditch while over drink-drive limit

Baildon Youth Council members, from left, Sophie Burgess, Cerys Peel, Megan Carson, Brooke Chitty, and Hale youth worker Michaela Baker

Baildon Youth Council survey finds strong support for keeping town's library open

Campaigners held a public demonstration outside City Hall to highlight alleged animal welfare issues at a travellers' site in Esholt

Petition gathers 6,000 signatures to stop animals being kept at travellers' site

A man police want to speak to over an alleged shoplifting

Police release image of man following alleged shoplifting incident

Natasha Thomas, chairman of community health charity Hale

Councillors to decide futures of youth cafes in Shipley and Bingley

Philip Davies MP

Women's prisons being turned into 'holiday camps' - claims MP

Tong Park Esholt Cricket Club president Bob Wilkinson surrounded by flooding devastation and floating caravans

£400,000 Sport England fund set-up to help flooded sports clubs

Senior Airedale Hospital audiologist Katie Davenport and Wendy Layard, audiology assistant practitioner, who will be hosting the tinnitus awareness event

Tinnitus event at Airedale Hospital

Daniel Swift, five, from Saltaire Primary School holds the letter he wrote to shops to help homeless people

Schoolboy delighted with response after pleading with stores to help the homeless

Baildon Youth Council members (from left) Sophie Burgess, Cerys Peel, Megan Carson, Brooke Chitty, and Hale youth worker Michaela Baker

Bradford Council libraries boss promises a year of negotiation before closures

Work starts rebuilding of Hirst Weir downstream of Bradford Amateur Rowing Club

VIDEO: Rowers pull together to help fund weir repairs

Teenage litter louts blamed for rubbish mess in Bingley

Teen litter louts blamed for 'disgusting' state of cemetery path

Shipley MP Philip Davies

MP's 'massive concern' as crime levels soar in his constituency

Saltaire Primary School pupil Daniel Swift, five, with the letter he wrote to shops asking them to help homeless people is pictured with his mother Zoe and sister Jessica

Boy, five, writes heartfelt letter for help after seeing plight of Bradford's homeless

A black quad bike was seized in Shipley

Quad bike seized after Windhill residents complain about nuisance riding

Sunlight reflecting off the windows of houses hidden by fog created this spooky effect which looks like a spaceship could have landed on Baildon Bank. Picture: Geoff Shaw-Champion

SPACESHIP IN BAILDON? Mix of sun and fog creates intriguing 'Close Encounter' effect

Robbed village shop in Harden

Shock after 'horrible' violent robbery at village shop by two masked men

Jeeta Heer with the burned remains of his Ford Escort van

UPDATE WITH VIDEO: Business couple left terrified as arson attack follows death threats

Loch Ness monster hunter Gordon Holmes

VIDEO: Is Shipley man's Loch Ness monster footage the real deal, or just an eel?

Celia Hickson, president of Bradford Amateur Rowing Club at the collapsed weir

Rowing club faces £85,000 bill for repairs to flood-wrecked weir

MP Philip Davies, second from right, and Dave Forrest of Volunteering Bradford, far right, with, from left, Keelham Primary School pupil Oliver Rhodes, who was shadowing Mr Davies for a day, and Emma Walker, David Meakin and Karen Doran, all of the Yorksh

Building society supports district's flood victims

SCHEME: Baildon ward Councillor Val Townend outside the new town centre post office in Martin’s newsagents

New easy-access Post Office opens two months early

The Bradford Council-run travellers' site in Esholt

RSPCA officers check welfare of animals at Esholt travellers' site

Revellers in Bingley. Picture by Nigel Bennett

PICTURE GALLERY: Revellers enjoy fun in the snow

‘INSULT’: Councillor Debbie Davies at closure-threatened Baildon Library

Councillors protest over length and location of libraries closures consultation meeting

Firefighters put new new breathing apparatus procedures into practice during an exercise at Salts Mill, Saltaire

Huge fire service presence at Salts Mill explained

Graham Lampkin riding one of his bikes (52776674)

Motorcyclist in charity challenge

Owner of Liberties & Co beauty salon Emma Harrison, left, who is organising a charity fundraising Valentine's party for flood hit businesses of Bingley, is pictured in her wrecked shop with her mum Jan Harrison

Valentine's party to raise funds for flood-hit Bingley businesses

Organisers of the charity football match line up ahead of the game later this month

Bingley firms organise fundraising football match to help Burns Research Unit appeal

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