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Looking at cybercrime project work are photography lecturer Mike Tipping (left), Bradford Police's cyber co-ordinator Steve Atkinson, DS Jon Best, with photography students (from left) Maja Mazur, Mahmood Butt and Samiya Ahmad. Photo by Jannat Iqbal

Students help to tackle cyber crime

The sign says it all: 'School Entrance - No parking at any time.'

Park safely outside schools for the sake of all our children

Caitlin Marshall and her foster carer, Viv Senior

The challenges and rewards of fostering teenagers

Loneliness should be treated as a "major public health issue" council leaders have said. Photo by Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire.

Be neighbourly to help tackle loneliness in our communities

Members of Baildon Youth Council, who want to keep the town's library open

Why the hands of our libraries could lie with our communities

Stephen Pugh helps Tom Greenwood

How to prevent falls for those most at risk

of Hazel Pearson (left) and Sheila Thornton with their memorabilia from Queensbury Historical Society

Society keeping local history alive

Carers are possibly Britain's largest unpaid workforce.

Carers spending more than 35 hours a week caring for an adult welcome benefit cap exemption

Bradford mum, Andrea Key, who died from a brain tumour.

New 'Brain Sat Nav' equipment could bring hope to brain tumour patients

West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson

West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner on why he's backing the T&A's Stop the Danger Drivers campaign

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Youngsters from Northern Ballet's Academy at Prashad

Northern Ballet hot steps it with curry restaurant to develop ballet in Asian communities

Kate Newton in Palmyra, Syria, in March 2012

Bradford woman is tackling the humanitarian crisis in Syria, advising ministers on how the UK can help

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Film honouring heroes being shown in Bradford for Holocaust Memorial Day

The Holocaust Memorial service in 2015 took place at City Park where members of the public had a chance to light candles

How we can prevent genocide from happening again

Dylan the Welsh Terrier carries a stick in his mouth, as a leading vet warned of the dangers of throwing sticks for dogs after reports of a rise in pets receiving terrible injuries.

Chasing sticks can be bad for your dog's health

January is traditionally a busy time for family dispute services such as Bradford-based West Yorkshire Family Mediation as couples experiencing relationship difficulties make the decision to split.

January is one of the busiest times of year for family and relationship specialists

The Salafi Bookstore, which is partnered with the Masjid as-Sunnah, which has published a series of leaflets to help educate the community about the differences between ISIS and real Islam.

Bradford mosque's new campaign aims to show that 'abhorrent actions' of extremists have 'nothing to do with Islam'

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Ben Jennings, Research Assistant in Archaeological Sciences at the University of Bradford

How the "Bronze Age Pompeii" survived

Professor John Hardy, a geneticist and molecular biologist who began his work on Alzheimer’s Disease and other neurodegenerative conditions in Sweden at the start of the 1980s.

Effective ways of preventing or slowing dementia could be available within the next decade - according to scientists

Yorkshire Voluntary Flood Support set up in response to the Boxing Day floods which devastated parts of our region. Pictured are Vicki Gilbert and Karen Barraclough, who set up the network, with driver and helper Andy Hutchinson.

Social media prompts large-scale support for local flood victims

Headteacher Caroline Jordan (52072985)

Is a foreign exchange better for your child than a beach holiday?

Loving foster homes are needed for children (picture posed by modelS)

Could you provide a loving home for a child?

Youngsters and staff at St Columba's Catholic Primary School which is participating in the RSPB's Big School Birdwatch.

Creating a home for nature: Pupils in Bradford are participating in the RSPB's Big Schools' Birdwatch

Families could benefit from cheaper holidays if plans to cut the lengthy school summer holidays go ahead.

Could cutting the length of the school summer break help with holiday and childcare costs?

Soraya Overend, manager of Jamie's Ministry of Food in Bradford passing on healthy eating skills to the future generation.

With the tap of an app we can discover the sugar content of the products we consume

L-R Julie Ramsden, Jenny Woodward and responsible dog owner Michelle Hill

Encouraging dog owners to pick up after their pets

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Support your local this New Year's Eve

Flooding in Otley

Insuring flood victims get back on their feet

Zulfi helps flood victims

Marianne Clough from CAP

Christmas adds to debt problems

Victims of domestic abuse don't have to suffer in silence. Picture posed by models.

Victims of domestic violence don't have to suffer in silence.

David Lodge, head of West Yorkshire Trading Standards.

Parents warned to be vigilant following safety fears of some gifts topping this year's Christmas wish lists

Amy Lamond and Ashraf Ali outside the Keighley restaurant Curry House holding a Good Food Bradford Award

Taking away a healthier option

Abid Hussain

Sister of runaway 14-year-old girl raped in squalid flat speaks out about family’s harrowing ordeal

'Open up buildings for the homeless', say charity workers angered by Forster Square arches move

'Open up buildings for the homeless', say charity workers angered by Forster Square arches move

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Astronauts Tim Kopra (left) Yuri Malenchenko (bottom middle) and Tim Peake (right) accompanied by current astronauts on the International Space Station wave to family and friends during a screening of the crews arrival after their launch from Baikonur Cos

Bradford pupils are playing a part in space experiment.

RISK: Thousands of children are at risk of being exposed to adult material on the internet

Children at risk of exposure to adult material online without tighter controls

Grove House pupils with their new desks.

Bradford schoolchildren are leading the way to become more active with their 'sit-to-stand' desks

Christmas is coming and many will be counting the costs of the celebrations well into the New Year.

Seek help to avoid drowning in debt

The Cellar Trust is helping people back into employment through initiatives such as the Retail Academy

Project helping people into employment celebrates its second anniversary

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Flooding near Keswick in Cumbria caused by Storm DesmondPhoto credit: John Malley/National Trust/PA Wire

Is it too late to avoid future flooding?

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The EDL came to Bradford to hold one of there protests. (48838413)

OUR SAY - Difficult dilemma over bid to stop marches

Bringing warmth to cold homes

Puffins pictured on the Isle of May National Nature Reserve in Scotland in 2001

Sally Clifford column: More than one-quarter of UK birds are in need of urgent help

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Be drink wise this Christmas

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Leading eye surgeons are warning about potential long-term eye problems through constantly staring at screens.

Staring at screens could be bad for our visual health.

One of the coats left by volunteers at Project Winter Coat

Helping the homeless wrap up this winter

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The property before revamp

Creating new homes from empty homes

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Team work: Members of the Creative Support Allotment group who are nurturing a community allotment and garden.

The seeds of a project to tackle loneliness and isolation are being sown in Bradford.

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Martin Lewis, founder of MoneySavingExpert.com.

Shoppers are being warned to avoid counterfeits when hunting for those Black Friday bargains.

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