VIDEO: Dramatic CCTV footage as 'hooligans' attack Bradford family's car

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The damaged car of Sajid Mahmood in Lidget Green

6:57am Friday 1st August 2014

A frightened family has called for police to take action after youths damaged their car during a night of hooliganism in Bradford.

Five men sentenced after drugs den found in central Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The ceiling where drugs were being concealed

6:49am Friday 1st August 2014

FIVE MEN have been sentenced for their involvement in a drugs den after police seized £12,500 of heroin, cocaine and cannabis hidden in the premises in central Bradford.

Yorkshire Day celebrations get underway across the Bradford district

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Yorkshire flag is carried with pride as spectators make their way up Haworth Main Street to watch the Tour de France

6:40am Friday 1st August 2014

High-profile figures across Yorkshire spoke of their pride in the county as today's Yorkshire Day celebrations got underway.

Business fears over drugs and alcohol rehab project's new town centre home

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Chairman of Shipley Business Partnership, Barry Cooper and Heidi McKenna, Shipley Indoor Market Manager, who are against plans to use Shipley Town Hall for drugs and alcohol intervention service

6:30am Friday 1st August 2014

BRADFORD Council is moving a drugs and alcohol intervention service into Shipley town hall - sparking anger and concern among businesses.

Family of motorcyclist killed in road collision pay an emotional tribute

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Tony Stevenson, who died in Oxenhope, Keighley on June 12 this year.

3:43pm Friday 1st August 2014

THE family of a motorcyclist who died in a road traffic collision near Keighley have paid an emotional tribute, as the police re-appealed for witnesses.

Number of pupils suspended from Bradford schools drops by 500

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: IMPROVEMENT: The number of pupils suspended from classrooms in Bradford has fallen

6:52am Friday 1st August 2014

TEACHERS are winning the war on bad behaviour in schools, ministers say - with a big drop in pupils suspended in Bradford.

VIDEO: Councillor's plea for fly-tippers to stop dumping rubbish on residential street

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ANNOYED: Councillor Mohammed Shafiq, front, with residents frustrated at the fly-tipping on Redmire Street in Bradford Moor

6:03am Friday 1st August 2014

FRIDGES, freezers, carpet, furniture and broken fences are among items that have been dumped in Bradford Moor.

Bradford school shortlisted for international design award

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SHORTLISTED: Appleton Academy in Wyke has been nominated in The Structural Awards 2014.

9:15pm Friday 1st August 2014

A SCHOOL in Bradford has been shortlisted for a prestigious international building design award.

Bradford brownies join Prime Minister for party at 10 Downing Street

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Brownies outside 10 Downing Street

7:41pm Friday 1st August 2014

DELIGHTED Bradford girls were among 100 Brownies who went to Downing Street to celebrate 100 years of the organisation.

Hotel workers cleared of rape

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

5:26pm Friday 1st August 2014

TWO hotel workers have been cleared by a jury of raping a 20-year-old woman they met in a Bradford nightclub, following a crown court trial.

Legal changes could heap more heartache on families of dementia patients who die in care

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Audrey Raistrick helping out at the Thornbury Centre.

2:07pm Friday 1st August 2014

LEGAL changes mean families of vulnerable dementia patients who die in care are likely to face added heartbreak and delays waiting for inquests and death certificates, it has emerged.

VIDEO: BRI doctor pioneers prayer mat to help those suffering with knee pain

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: INVENTION: Dr  Sulleman Moreea with his self designed knee stool

6:20am Friday 1st August 2014

A BRADFORD doctor who suffered distracting knee pain has come up with a new invention he hopes will be answer to Muslims' agony-free prayers.

VIDEO: Vac company boss warns of bogus traders using his company's name

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: WARNING: Dial-A-Vac owner Stephen Smith standing in front of his business on Thornton Road

7:40am Friday 1st August 2014

THE furious owner of a vacuum cleaner shop has warned customers to be vigilant after reports that conmen have been posing as employees to get into elderly people's homes.

Curry Circle celebrates is success

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Muslim Women's Council have been running a curry circle for eight months to help feed the homeless, the volunteers on stage, at the Carlisle Business Centre.

4:36pm Friday 1st August 2014

AN ORGANISATION which launched a meals service for those who struggle to get the food they need has celebrated its success with an Eid party.

Bradford MP backs 20 per cent fall in car insurance premiums

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: PETITION: MP David Ward

2:26pm Friday 1st August 2014

BRADFORD East MP David Ward has backed figures showing car insurance premiums have decreased by 19.3 per cent over the last 12 months.

T&A grant helps give youngsters the beekeeping bug with schools project

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:38pm Friday 1st August 2014

EDUCATING youngsters about the importance of bees has never been so imperative.

More than 8,000 diabetes patients in Bradford city centre given new 'health passport'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Dr Adeel Iqbal discusses the new diabetes passport with patient Roxanna Rashid.

7:20am Friday 1st August 2014

MORE than 8,000 people suffering from diabetes in Bradford city centre and its immediate suburbs are to be given a new health passport to ensure they get good quality care to manage the condition.

Work on track for new £1.4m enterprise and employment hub

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Work gets under way at the new hub of employment and enterprise in Idle. From left, Councillor Jeanette Sunderland, and the chief executive of Inspired Neighbourhoods Community Interest Company, Nasim Qureshi

6:04am Friday 1st August 2014

WORK on an iconic £1.4m enterprise centre in the heart of Idle village is on time and on target for next week's stone laying ceremony.

Allerton Cat Rescue desperate for funds

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Brenda Satterley who needs extra funding and support at Allerton Cat Rescue

2:54pm Friday 1st August 2014

Allerton Cat Rescue is desperate for funds and facing possible closure with a large debt, it has emerged.

Bradford buyers accept help to get on the housing ladder

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Val Slater

2:11pm Friday 1st August 2014

BRADFORD residents are among those to benefit from a Government scheme to help families onto the housing ladder and kickstart the building trade.

Artist Ashley jackson backs call to stop theft of valuable stone to protect Yorkshire landscape

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ashley Jackson is supporting the scheme

2:22pm Friday 1st August 2014

TYKE artist Ashley Jackson is backing a campaign to raise awareness of the problem of stone thefts, which have plagued Bradford residents.

VIDEO: Theatre summer school is a musical hit as youngsters perform for families

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:12pm Friday 1st August 2014

IDLE theatre school Stage 84 is giving youngsters the chance to tread the boards this summer.

Bradford man flying high after being selected for the Red Arrows

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Flight Lieutenant Thomas Bould who will be joining the Red Arrows next year.

5:05pm Thursday 31st July 2014

A BRADFORD man is flying high after being selected to join the Red Arrows next year.

Former Bradford regeneration boss faces 49 charges over £30,000 fraud

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Former deputy chief executive of Bradford Trident faces 49 fraud charges

6:07am Thursday 31st July 2014

A former executive of a Bradford community organisation, which received tens of millions of Government funding, has appeared in court on charges of defrauding the body of a "substantial" amount of money.

Former parliamentary secretary to George Galloway spared prison

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Aisha Ali-Khan with her husband Afiz Khan, expected to be sentenced today

2:28pm Thursday 31st July 2014

GEORGE Galloway's former parliamentary secretary has sentenced to a 12-month conditional discharge for encouraging her police detective inspector husband to obtain emails without consent.

VIDEO: Chairman vows to turn a profit at Odsal with Bulls' rugby success 'a by-product’

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bulls Forum at the Cedar Court hotel. left to right . Danny Potticary, Robbie Hunter-Paul, Steve Ferres, Marc Green.

9:23am Thursday 31st July 2014

BRADFORD Bulls' Odsal stadium will be transformed into a profitable business which will support successful rugby as a 'by-product', chairman Marc Green has announced.

Two cars in same Bradford street damaged in overnight arson attacks

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Cat rescued from tree

9:06am Thursday 31st July 2014

TWO cars were damaged in arson attacks on the same street in Bradford overnight.

Man who sexually abused young girls jailed for 19 years

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: JAILED: Paul Wilkinson

6:03am Thursday 31st July 2014

A PAEDOPHILE has been jailed for 19 years for using two young girls as "sexual playthings" and directing them to pose for indecent photographs.

Bradford man who left pregnant horse to die avoids jail sentence

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Paul Pratt leaving Bradford and Keighley Magistrates' Court

1:15pm Thursday 31st July 2014

A BRADFORD man has been handed a suspended prison sentence after causing unnecessary suffering to a pregnant horse that died of an infected neck wound.

Developer accused of 'cavalier attitude' towards residents affected by £29m Cycle Superhighway

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Michael Blackburn is opposing plans to put a cycle path on Bradford Road, Pudsey.

12:58pm Thursday 31st July 2014

Developers of a new £29 million Cycle Superhighway between Bradford and Leeds have been accused of taking a "cavalier attitude" to the concerns of residents and businesses affected by the scheme.

Animal ban for woman, 23, after 'anorexic' snakes left to die

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Megan Riley leaving Bradford Magistrates court on Animal Cruelty charges

10:25am Thursday 31st July 2014

A WOMAN has been banned from keeping animals for five years after two dead anorexic corn snakes were found in her home.

Labour lose control of Calderdale after shock vote of no confidence

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: webpix leader comment

10:00am Thursday 31st July 2014

THE leader of Calderdale Council was ousted last night after a vote of no confidence was passed amid claims that his Labour administration had failed to work with the other parties on the authority.

Dementia diagnosis rates among highest in England in parts of Bradford district

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: HELPING HANDS: Many elderly people rely on volunteers to improve their quality of life

7:47am Thursday 31st July 2014

TOWNS and villages to the north of Bradford have some of the highest rates of patients suffering from dementia in the country, new figures have revealed.

Mixed reaction in Bradford to campaign for more devolved powers for Yorkshire

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Yorkshire White Rose Flag

5:56am Thursday 31st July 2014

A CAMPAIGN calling for more powers to be devolved to the region is to begin on Yorkshire Day tomorrow.

Anger as gate is locked on footpath that group fought to have reopened

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bandag Chairman Joyce Newell, Cllr Brian Morris and protestors

6:14am Thursday 31st July 2014

A HISTORIC footpath forcibly reopened by Bradford Council was blocked again within two days.

Fears for second turbine near Keighley beauty spot

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jan Smithies at the site of the turbine

10:30am Thursday 31st July 2014

RESIDENTS fear that a second wind turbine could be built near one of the district's beauty spots.

Man escapes as flat destroyed in 'severe fire'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Man taken to hospital after kitchen blaze

8:47am Thursday 31st July 2014

A MAN suffered smoke inhalation as his flat was destroyed by fire in the Brighouse area last night.

Bradford is on scent of Curry Capital title as city bids for record fifth accolade

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: JOY: The celebrations after Bradford clinched last year’s curry capital crown

11:46am Thursday 31st July 2014

IT could be another historic year for the city of Bradford when it comes to the Curry Capital of Britain crown.

Hotel workers deny raping girl they met in club

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

10:48am Thursday 31st July 2014

A HOTEL chef accused of raping a young mother he picked up at a Bradford nightclub took her photo without permission while they were having sex, a jury heard.

Bradford takeaway boss blamed his poor food hygiene on poor English

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FILTH: One of the pictures taken by inspectors

5:28am Thursday 31st July 2014

MAGISTRATES have fined a takeaway boss £525 after he pleaded guilty to 12 food hygiene offences.

Man who punched fellow train passenger hunted by police

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:52am Thursday 31st July 2014

BRITISH Transport Police is trying to identify this man, wanted in connection with an assault at the Bradford Interchange.

Marathon effort as Bradford health support groups handed £1,400

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SUPPORT: Bradford Breath Easy group has received a donation from the pulmonary rehabilitation team at BRI. From left, Benita Ross, Stuart Ross, Moira Gledhill, Kenneth Willis,  Lynne O'Hara, David Ratcliffe, Linda Ratcliffe, Alan Parsons and Trevor Ho

10:44am Thursday 31st July 2014

BRADFORD'S Breath Easy group has been handed hundreds of pounds to keep up its good work - thanks to marathon efforts from a team of physiotherapists and health workers from Bradford Royal Infirmary.

Former secretary of MP George Galloway and former police officer to be sentenced for data breaches

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Aisha Ali-Khan with her husband Afiz Khan, expected to be sentenced today

9:14am Thursday 31st July 2014

The former parliamentary secretary of Bradford West MP George Galloway and her husband, a former police officer, are expected to be sentenced today for data protection and misconduct charges.

Alhambra founder's great-grandson visit's family legacy as theatre celebrates 100 years

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

6:03am Thursday 31st July 2014

IN the foyer of Bradford's Alhambra theatre hangs a plaque in memory of Francis Laidler, who founded the theatre in 1914.

Thief who stole whiskey and vodka sought by police

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

3:34pm Thursday 31st July 2014

POLICE want to speak to a man (pictured) in connection with the theft of alcohol from a shop in Bradford.

VIDEO: Lives put at risk by 'outrageous' people hurling lifebuoys into Bradford reservoir

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Malcolm Sykes at Chellow Dene Reservoir where people have been throwing the life belts into the water

4:22pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

LIVES are being put in danger by "outrageous" people aimlessly tossing lifebuoys into a Bradford reservoir, a councillor has claimed.

Longer hospital stays expose "crisis in care" in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: HIKE: More patients are spending longer in hospitals such as BRI because they cannot go home due to care issues

6:28am Wednesday 30th July 2014

A HUGE increase in Bradford patients stuck in hospital after they are ready to go home exposes a “crisis in care”, it is claimed today.

Major Bradford routes set for summer traffic misery as roadworks get underway

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: AVOID: Drivers are being advised to find other routes when work is ongoing at Thornbury roundabout

6:00am Wednesday 30th July 2014

MOTORISTS in Bradford are set for traffic misery thanks to roadworks clogging up some major routes in and around the city.

New campaign to warn Bradford children about internet paedophiles

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Detective Chief Inspector Sue Jenkinson holds up the campaign poster

7:13am Wednesday 30th July 2014

An online multi-agency campaign got underway today to make young people in the Bradford district aware of the risks from paedophiles hiding behind chat forums and interactive platforms.

Concern over Bradford's growing tooth decay problem

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Concern over Bradford's growing tooth decay problem

5:40am Wednesday 30th July 2014

NHS bosses will be asked to explain what they are doing to address Bradford's growing tooth decay problem, a health board meeting heard.


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