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.

Fire crews already under attack from yobs hurling bricks and fireworks

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FBU secretary David Williams who has condemned the attacks as 'deplorable'

7:00am Tuesday 23rd October 2012

Firefighters in the Bradford district are already coming under attack with bricks and fireworks thrown at them as they attend incidents in the run-up to Bonfire Night.

Inquest verdict on Girlington woman, 43

8:00am Wednesday 22nd August 2012

A 43-year-old woman died after suffering an acute pulmonary edema, or an abnormal build-up of fluid in the lungs, an inquest in Bradford was told yesterday.

Four arrested as family hurt in Girlington crash

8:00am Tuesday 21st August 2012

Four men have been arrested on suspicion of theft, dangerous driving and failing to stop following a car crash which left a family-of-five injured.

Police link three weekend muggings in Heaton and Girlington

4:20am Tuesday 15th May 2012

Detectives are linking a “cowardly” robbery of an elderly woman as she left a Bradford church with two similar street muggings in the city.

Woman foiled bag snatch attempt in Girlington

8:10am Thursday 10th May 2012

A judge has praised a 63-year-old woman for fending off a would-be bag snatcher he jailed for two years.

Sentence is extended for Girlington road rage man

5:00am Saturday 21st April 2012

A drug dealer, serving a five-year jail sentence, has been given a further 12 months in custody for racially abusing and assaulting other drivers in road rage incidents.

Chill-out zone is created in Girlington Community Centre

5:50am Tuesday 13th March 2012

Young people in Girlington now have their own chill-out zone and a range of activities after funding from Bradford West Area Committee for the development and refurbishment of the facility at Girlington Community Centre.

Girlington city farm gets £24,000 from Prince’s Countryside Fund

10:10am Monday 27th February 2012

An inner-city farm in Bradford is to receive a share of £422,000 to boost its work with young people in the city whose lives are in danger of going off the rails.

Help to deter motoring criminals

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police will be fitting anti-theft screws to number plates

8:50am Friday 17th February 2012

Police in Bradford are warning motorists to be on their guard against registration plate thieves.

Girlington knifeman is jailed for nine months

7:10am Saturday 7th January 2012

A “troubled, angry and aggressive young man,” who brandished a knife while a landlord was being threatened, has been jailed for nine months.

Girlington nursery celebrates outstanding Ofsted report

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lewis Jackson-Lovell at the Christmas party

8:30am Thursday 22nd December 2011

Staff and children at a Bradford nursery have been celebrating Christmas with an early present after being judged as outstanding by Ofsted inspectors.

Girlington family's anger at response to 999 call as man dies

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Daughter Saimia Iqbal

11:10am Monday 20th June 2011

The family of a man who died at home has refused to accept an apology from Yorkshire Ambulance Service, saying they blame a poor response to their 999 call for his death.

Bradford taxi driver 'could have been killed' in attack in Thorpe Edge

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Amjid Nadeem

9:00am Thursday 16th June 2011

A taxi driver was treated at hospital after he was beaten up and his cab stolen in a brutal robbery.

£5,000 boost for city farm at Girlington

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Gary Wright, volunteer co-ordinator at Prism City Farm in Girlington, with Northern Gas Networks director of communications John O’Grady

11:52am Thursday 5th May 2011

A £5,000 grant will help to blaze a trail at an inner-city farm in Bradford.

Shop loses licence after selling alcohol illegally

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Girlington Mini Market

8:30am Thursday 14th April 2011

Bradford Licensing Panel yesterday revoked a premises licence for a shop after hearing staff had allowed three underage sales of alcohol in five months.

Every day is Mother’s Day at store!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Some of the mothers and children who work at the Morrisons supermarket in Girlington, Bradford

11:08am Friday 1st April 2011

Mum is definitely the word this Mother’s Day at Morrisons in Girlington, Bradford.

Husband killed wife in family home

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Crown Court

8:40am Wednesday 16th March 2011

A 36-year-old man has admitted killing his wife at their Bradford home.

Man held after second city shooting

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A police officer stands guard at a cordoned-off area of Fairbank Terrace, Girlington

4:56pm Friday 4th March 2011

Detectives are quizzing a 35-year-old man following the second shooting in Bradford in two days.

Heroin plotter is told he faces jail

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Crown Court

8:00am Thursday 16th December 2010

A 31-year-old man has been warned to expect a lengthy jail sentence for his part in a plot to smuggle pure heroin in picture frames

St Edmund’s Nursery pupils brush up on their dental health

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Danyaal Razwan, three, plays dentist

8:50am Tuesday 23rd November 2010

A Bradford nursery and children’s centre has embarked on a week-long healthy teeth campaign after discovering one in four of its youngsters is not registered with a dentist.

Party time as Karam turns 105

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mr Chand is pictured wwith his wife Kartari and, from the left, son Paul, Manpreet Kaur, Mendeep Paul and Amandeep Shibber

10:36am Wednesday 10th November 2010

He might be 105 but Karam Chand is not too old for a party.

Girlington man Ghulab Din, 87, is named as victim of Bradford crash

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The scene of the accident in Toller Lane

8:00am Tuesday 9th November 2010

A 22-year-old man has been arrested in hospital after a crash that killed an 87-year-old man and injured six people including himself.

New arrival happy to be hare!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Steph O’Brien with the new arrival at Prism City Farm in Girlington

11:29am Tuesday 2nd November 2010

Staff at an inner-city farm are celebrating a new arrival.

Elsie loves a party for her 105th birthday

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Elsie Royston celebrates

9:00pm Wednesday 27th October 2010

Elsie Royston reflected on a “happy but hard life” as she celebrated her 105th birthday at an old people’s home in the district.

Award for 'Magic' project backed by police

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Inspector Steve Dodds, of the Toller and Manningham wards NPT

9:16am Monday 4th October 2010

A Neighbourhood Policing Team backed project has won a top national award for the impact it has made in the local community.

Hunt for arsonist after home attack

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The house in Girlington, Bradford

8:50am Thursday 30th September 2010

Arsonists are being hunted after a wheelie bin was set alight and pushed against the front door of a Bradford house.

Man accused of murdering wife appears in court

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Scenes of crime officers investigate the death

4:07pm Thursday 23rd September 2010

A 36-year-old Bradford man accused of murdering his wife will apply to a crown Court judge for bail tomorrow.

Team now on hand to help out with flood aid

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: AID: Roxanna Rashid, Samia Hanif, Dr Akram Khan, Sabiya Khan, Hana Mandalia and Dr Muhammed Iqbal

10:30am Friday 3rd September 2010

A team of Bradford health workers has been distributing packs of food and cooking oil to 500 families, after setting up a camp in a flood-affected region of Pakistan.

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.

Nursery’s garden is a pure delight

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Yusuf Hussain and Maleehah Asif in the garden

9:40am Friday 30th July 2010

Judges have reached their verdicts in the Manning-ham and Girlington in Bloom competition.

Pupils have the X-Factor in writing

4:28pm Tuesday 27th July 2010

Young writers have performed their work before a panel of judges in an X Factor-style contest.

Police link jewel raid to previous Bradford robberies

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The VW Golf pictured on CCTV

9:10am Saturday 24th July 2010

Detectives investigating an armed robbery at a Bradford jewellers have confirmed they are linking the suspects to two other raids in the city.

VIDEO: Two held after armed raiders target jeweller

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Tayyeba jewellers in Little Lane

9:27am Friday 23rd July 2010

Two men were being quizzed by detectives last night in connection with an armed robbery at a jewellers shop in Bradford.

Youngsters celebrate 'Magic' anti-crime course

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Project staff and students celebrate their success

10:42am Monday 19th July 2010

Young people attended a celebration evening after completing a nine-week scheme designed to steer them away from a life of crime.

Reformed drug dealer's scheme celebrates success

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Arfan Naseer

9:20am Monday 12th July 2010

The success of a project founded by a reformed drug dealer to stop youngsters following the same path will be celebrated tomorrow.

Driver jailed over crash girl’s death

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Gibran Hussain lied that his father was behind the wheel of his BMW after the collision in which he was travelling at nearly twice the speed limit

7:47pm Wednesday 16th June 2010

An uninsured driver has been jailed after a 13-year-old girl died when the car she was a passenger in was hit at twice the speed limit.

Media centre to be unveiled

11:34am Monday 24th May 2010

State-of-the-art media technology, for use by young people in Bradford, is to be officially unveiled next week.

'My sister saved us from blaze horror'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The kitchen of the house in Girlington where fire broke out early today

2:58pm Saturday 22nd May 2010

A woman has praised her sister for saving her life and that of her brother-in-law after a blaze broke out at their Bradford home today.

Children make friends across the district

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Girlington and ben Rhydding parties

1:23pm Wednesday 5th May 2010

Parents and children from different communities got together to try a flavour of each other’s cultures.

Mum loses £10,000 of jewellery in burglary

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Saimah Iqbal in her wedding jewellery

9:35am Friday 19th March 2010

A Bradford mum has spoken of her devastation after intruders stole £10,000 worth of gold jewellery which she wore at her wedding.

Teenager spared jail for bus indecency

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mohammed Khan

11:32am Thursday 4th March 2010

A teenager who admitted performing a sex act on himself on a bus has been spared a jail sentence for outraging public indecency.

Bus pervert could be jailed

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mohammed Khan

3:33pm Wednesday 10th February 2010

Magistrates today warned a Bradford teenager who admitted performing a sex act on himself on a bus that he faces jail.

School makes lessons clearer

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Awais Mohammed signs with head teacher Sue Wood in one of Girlington Primary School’s new classrooms

9:10am Thursday 4th February 2010

A revolution in the education of hearing-impaired children has started in Bradford.

Groups celebrate Lotto grants

12:45pm Thursday 14th January 2010

Wibsey Tai Chi Association will expand across Bradford with a lottery grant of £9,926.

Inquest verdict on tragic woman, 30

1:14pm Thursday 14th January 2010

A 30-year-old woman admitted to hospital with suspected gastroenteritis died from multi-organ failure six days later, an inquest has heard.

Outspoken vicar is on the move

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Reverend Tony Tooby is leaving St Philip’s, Girlington, for the Diocese of Coventry

4:30pm Wednesday 25th November 2009

A vicar who was once chased by a mob who had set fire to his church is to leave Bradford for a new parish in the West Midlands.

Car destroyed by fire

10:53am Monday 16th November 2009

A Toyota Carina was destroyed by fire in Girlington Road, Girlington, Bradford, today.

Cricket fan celebrates being 104 not out!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Karam Chand celebrates with a drink

8:42am Tuesday 10th November 2009

He might be 104 but Karam Chand still enjoys a pint with his friends and family.

Pudsey Bears by the hundreds

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Swamped by just some of their creations are Betty Williams, Christine Briggs and Maria Pasila

11:15am Wednesday 21st October 2009

If you go down to the supermarket today, you could be in for a surprise.


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