Official hand-over for £3m extension at Horton Park Primary School, Canterbury

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pupils Bilal Hussain and Eisha Khan and headteacher Sarah Dawson at the hand-over of the extension

9:00am Saturday 10th November 2012

A £3 million extension at a Bradford primary school, which is to house a range of new facilities including a library and learning centre, has been officially handed over.

Remembrance services across the Bradford district this weekend

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The annual Act of Remembrance at the cenotaph in Bradford

11:59am Friday 9th November 2012

Brave servicemen and women who lost their lives in conflict will be remembered in the Bradford district as Remembrance Day services take place on Sunday.

Canterbury teenager facing jail over fatal crash

8:00am Wednesday 4th January 2012

A judge has warned a 19-year-old he faces being locked up after he pleaded guilty to causing the death of a teenager by dangerous driving following a two-car smash in Bradford city centre more than 18 months ago.

Swinging 60s returns to Canterbury estate

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Organisers get busy with their costume material

11:51am Thursday 30th June 2011

Residents on a Bradford estate will be dressed to impress in outfits from the swinging sixties on Friday, July 8.

Canterbury dad's anger as garden becomes dumping ground for hazardous waste

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sharaz Iqbal  with some of the broken glass he has found dumped in his garden

9:30am Monday 20th June 2011

A furious father-of-four claims his children have been virtual prisoners inside their house for two years because his garden has become a dumping ground for hazardous waste.

Canterbury estate woman cleared of drugs charge

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Rebecca Eley

10:00am Saturday 4th June 2011

A Bradford mother has been cleared of allowing drugs to be stashed in her house as part of a million-pound conspiracy.

Rebecca Eley let home be used as store in £1m heroin plot, court told

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Rebecca Eley

8:30am Wednesday 1st June 2011

A Bradford woman allowed her home to be used as a “safe house” for a million pound drugs conspiracy, a Court heard.

Bradford brothers jailed for chip shop attack

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Matthew Scott

7:00am Tuesday 12th April 2011

Three Bradford brothers have been jailed for a night-time raid on a fish and chip shop, in which a worker was attacked.

Fuelling the debate on cost of energy

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pictured are Steve O’Brien, of National Energy Action, and Sarah Lala, of Family Action in Bradford

11:20am Tuesday 30th November 2010

Residents struggling to pay their fuel bills had a chance to find out about the help available at a Fuel Poverty awareness day.

Rising number of Bradford people in fuel poverty

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sarfaraz Ahmad, EnergyWise adviser, says fuel poverty is putting families in crisis

7:40am Wednesday 24th November 2010

The number of people living in fuel poverty in Bradford is continuing to rise, a charity has warned.

Woman assaulted at railway kiosk

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The CCTV image of Maqbool Shah

8:40am Wednesday 3rd November 2010

A man who sexually assaulted a woman at a railway station was caught after a public appeal, a Court heard.

11 held in swoops in Allerton, Girlington, Heaton, Daisy Hill and Canterbury

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A property in Heaton being entered by police in the operation

6:01pm Tuesday 17th August 2010

Dawn police raids in connection with a multi-million pound drugs conspiracy resulted in 11 arrests in Bradford today.

Bradford show will go on, say children

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The children involved

9:40am Tuesday 17th August 2010

A crew of creative Bradford youngsters will write, produce, direct and perform a play – in five days.

Alcoholics jailed for Great Horton home burglary

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Peter Ellerton

9:50pm Tuesday 27th July 2010

A drunken burglar, who became an alcoholic after seeing his uncle stabbed to death by his cousin, has been jailed for nine months.

Father-of-two denies murder of Little Horton brothel-keeper Tinakorn Tuekpia

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Tinakorn Tuekpia

7:20pm Monday 19th July 2010

A father of two accused of stabbing a brothel-keeper to death at his home has told a jury he played no part in the crime.

Sports arena is 'One in a Million'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Canterbury estate resident Ronnie Burnett cuts the ribbon on the sports arena

11:10am Monday 12th July 2010

Bradford City assistant manager Wayne Jacobs has helped to open a new games arena as part of a £77,000 community project.

Brothel man ‘was stabbed in heart’

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Tinakorn Tuekpia

10:25am Friday 9th July 2010

A brothel-keeper died after a knife was thrust upwards into his chest, a murder trial jury heard.

‘Chef killed by masked raider’

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Tinakorn Tuekpia

9:20am Thursday 8th July 2010

A chef was stabbed to death on his birthday when a gang of masked robbers burst into his home, a jury heard.

VIDEO: Nightclub revenge gunman gets 13 years

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Omar Shah who was jailed for 13 years

6:50am Wednesday 17th March 2010

A man who injured three revellers with a sawn-off shotgun after being thrown out of a Bradford nightclub was yesterday jailed for a total of 13 years for that offence and drug-dealing.

A novel idea for Umilinda

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Umilinda Pereira has written an adventure story

8:56am Friday 5th February 2010

A Bradford writer is celebrating literary success – at the age of 13.

Man jailed for burglary at the home of his sister

6:43pm Tuesday 15th December 2009

A 22-year-old man who burgled £25,000 of gold jewellery from his sister’s home has been jailed for nine months.

Three held in Canterbury drugs raid

11:04am Friday 11th December 2009

The Bradford District Drugs Team yesterday arrested two women and a man in connection with drugs offences in the city.

1,000 grab a bargain at new store

2:35pm Thursday 26th November 2009

More than 1,000 shoppers visited a new Bradford budget store within an hour of its opening.

Neighbourhood network is launched

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Six-year-old Naveed Baig (left) and his brother Aamir enjoy face-painting at the My BD5 meeting at the weekend

11:34am Monday 16th November 2009

A network has been set up to help address the needs of children in Bradford.

Man jailed for golf club attack on girl, 12

10:10am Friday 30th January 2009

A man has been jailed for nine months for hitting a 12-year-old girl with a golf club.

Three held after drugs swoop

11:37am Tuesday 13th January 2009

Three suspected drug dealers have been arrested in a swoop by Bradford District Drugs Team.

Man sets fire to himself on Canterbury estate

11:18am Monday 11th August 2008

A man turned himself into a human torch… and survived.

Plea for calm after Canterbury stabbing

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ringwood Road where the attack happened

4:51pm Tuesday 22nd July 2008

An appeal for calm was made today on a Bradford estate where a teenager was stabbed and slashed in an attack being treated by police as attempted murder. The 18-year-old victim was in a comfortable condition at Bradford Royal Infirmary last night. He suffered a stab wound to the side and was slashed in the face by his attackers who were armed with knives.

Teenager in hospital after stabbing

12:40pm Monday 21st July 2008

A teenager is in hospital after being stabbed in a disturbance involving a group of men on a Bradford estate.


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