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12:41pm Thursday 17th July 2014
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12:29pm Tuesday 15th July 2014
It is impossible, unless you are very lucky, to keep traffic off residential streets - there will always be cars negotiating the roads, residents who need to get to and from their houses, and deliveries.
3:59pm Monday 14th July 2014
Plans to turn the empty Pavilion building on Bradford's City Park are to be applauded - and it is to be hoped they are a success and pave the way for yet more eating establishments in the city centre.
12:27pm Thursday 3rd July 2014
9:14am Monday 9th June 2014
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8:51am Friday 30th May 2014
8:54am Thursday 29th May 2014
The planning regulations are in place to give some semblance of order and management to the way in which new buildings are erected, extended or otherwise altered. Without them there would be a chaotic free-for-all with people building where they liked with no regard for other people.
8:54am Wednesday 28th May 2014
8:46am Tuesday 27th May 2014
While it is true that one person’s din is another’s symphony, it is also clear that too many people in Bradford are being subjected to unwarranted and unacceptable levels of noise pollution in their own homes.
8:43am Tuesday 27th May 2014
8:40am Tuesday 27th May 2014
Let’s hear it for the Bradford Festival. The weather might not be what we’d hope for on this Bank Holiday weekend, but we can at least look forward to June when the three-day family fun event takes over various locations around Bradford city centre.
8:58am Friday 23rd May 2014
9:03am Thursday 22nd May 2014
9:08am Wednesday 21st May 2014
There have been many calls in the past for public water supplies to be infused with fluoride, the main reason for this being the downward spiral in the state of dental health, particulary among children.
8:48am Tuesday 20th May 2014
New and innovative ways of providing public transport are always on the drawing board. As our roads become more and more choked with volumes of traffic they were never designed to handle, it does make sense to try to encourage people to leave their cars at home and use other methods of commuting or taking shopping or leisure trips.
9:10am Monday 19th May 2014
An Englisman – and woman’s – home is said to be their castle, and that should be true in the most abstract sense even if we don’t have turrets, a moat and a drawbridge; home is the place where we should be able to go for safety, security and peace.
9:05am Monday 19th May 2014
8:52am Friday 16th May 2014
9:19am Thursday 15th May 2014
Yet another food establishment has been prosecuted for a catalogue of horrendous hygiene contraventions which will doubtless turn the stomach of anyone – especially those who may have patronised the takeaway.
8:35am Wednesday 14th May 2014
8:38am Tuesday 13th May 2014
Let no-one labour under the impression that the actions of a group calling themselves Britain First are contributing in any way to sensible or democratic debate on issues such as immigration or race in this country today.
8:56am Monday 12th May 2014
8:53am Monday 12th May 2014
The role of a local newspaper such as the Telegraph & Argus is largely two-fold: Our primary concern, of course, is reporting all the news that is relevant to our readership, and doing it first and best. These days that means utilising the internet and digital technologies as well as the traditional printed page.
8:47am Friday 9th May 2014
There is no doubt that there were very best of intentions behind the free schools programme to set up education establishments outside the control of local councils and education authorities, but even its most ardent defender would struggle to say they have been an unqualified success.
8:38am Thursday 8th May 2014
Any parent will be concerned at the figures that show more than 70 children in the Bradford district are what the police term as being “at risk” of being groomed for sexual exploitation by paedophiles.
9:17am Wednesday 7th May 2014
When the public have any contact with health professionals to any degree, they must be confident that those who are involved in any way in their treatment are suitable types of people to deal with patients.
8:46am Tuesday 6th May 2014
8:45am Tuesday 6th May 2014
The latest figures on the numbers of sex crimes being investigated by West Yorkshire Police – particularly those in which the alleged perpetrator is now of pensionable age – make for unpleasant reading.
8:44am Tuesday 6th May 2014
8:46am Friday 2nd May 2014
8:56am Thursday 1st May 2014
For a long time now, the Telegraph & Argus, through the Beat The Betting Blight campaign, has been arguing for tighter controls on the betting industry and the way new betting shops can open seemingly with abandon.
9:05am Wednesday 30th April 2014
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8:43am Monday 28th April 2014
8:42am Monday 28th April 2014
When people get to the point where they are no longer able to look after themselves, or their families – if they have any – cannot care for them, then they put their trust into those who work for the caring profession.
10:01am Friday 25th April 2014
8:29am Thursday 24th April 2014
There are many wonderful sights and attractions in the Bradford district, from breathtaking natural scenery to man-made visitor draws such as the City Park, from places of historical significance to parks and museums.
8:54am Wednesday 23rd April 2014
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9:07am Friday 18th April 2014
Findings by the Food Standards Agency which show many lamb dishes served up in restaurants and takeaways around the country contain other cheaper meats must be a huge concern for Bradford’s curry industry.
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