Jacky’s designs on solo success with her art business

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jacky Al-Samarraie

8:48am Tuesday 15th April 2014

The window of Jacky Al-Samarraie’s Saltaire office – in a building that once housed Sir Titus Salt’s private apartments – overlooks a leafless tree bending in the wind towards the canal.

Kimberley Walsh's auctioned off for charity

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Kimberley Walsh with her former dance teacher and Haven fundraiser Deana Morgan

11:00am Tuesday 8th April 2014

Bradford’s singing star Kimberley Walsh is clearing out her closet – to raise funds for a cause close to her heart.

Family inspiration for Laura Edmonds's e-books

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Laura Edmonds with her children Madison and Dexter

10:00am Tuesday 8th April 2014

In the early hours of the morning, Laura Edmonds bought her first e-book.

Learning to live with Parkinson’s disease

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Parkinsons sufferer Rhona Emmot serves tea at East Morton Memorial Institute

10:31am Tuesday 1st April 2014

Rhona Emmot first noticed that something was wrong when her handwriting changed.

Family celebrate twins' milestone birthday

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mum Teresa and dad Michael with twins Leo and Kimberly

10:29am Tuesday 1st April 2014

Almost 18 years ago to the day, tiny twin babies were born three months early at Bradford Royal Infirmary.

'Our dreams came true with IVF twins'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: IVF parents Debra and Simon Walton with their eight-month old twins Freddie and Ryder

9:03am Tuesday 25th March 2014

For years Debra Walton had dreamed of becoming a mum.

Play's insight into older people's lives

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Members of the choir in rehearsal for Home Sweet Home

12:00pm Tuesday 18th March 2014

Barbara is having a row with the female head of a residential care unit. Barbara is angry because her husband Ron has been given an anti-psychotic drug to treat his dementia without her knowledge.

Choosing where to have baby

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Fundraising fayre for babies and toddlers

11:20am Tuesday 18th March 2014

From choosing what to call the baby and how to decorate the nursery, to deciding whether you want a natural birth or not, there are a multitude of decisions to be made during pregnancy.

Threat to stroke support group is over - for now

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Maxine Gabbitas and her artwork

11:00am Tuesday 18th March 2014

Mick Speed had just put a ready meal in the oven, and was looking forward to washing it down with a pint, when he noticed a feeling of ‘pins and needles’ down his left side.

From corner shop to the Commons

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Michael in the family shop at Five Lane Ends, Wrose

10:20am Tuesday 18th March 2014

Walking the corridors of the House of Commons, Michael Singh regularly casts his mind back to his mum.

Focus on good diet for cancer patients

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Haven Manager Debra Horsman with Bradford Chef Jonathan Davies

10:35am Tuesday 11th March 2014

Eating healthily is something we should all do as a matter of course.

There’s no stopping Angela as charity drive runs and runs

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Angela Morley, pictured during the London Marathon, has been bitten by the running bug and is raising money for charity

10:32am Tuesday 11th March 2014

At the age of 35, Angela Morley never thought that she would need a hip replacement, but the discovery of osteoarthritis in her hips led to the decision being made to allow her some respite from the pain.

Youngsters hear of fond memories

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jack Wood enjoys sharing memories of his childhood at the oral history project My Place, delivered by West Yorkshire Joint Services

10:41am Tuesday 11th March 2014

Anecdotes recalling how life used to be become more precious as we grow older.

Smile Centre helps ease chronic pain

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Joy Reeves with Dr Katherine Wright, Dr Frances Cole and Chris Nelson at the Smile Centre in Wrose

8:44am Tuesday 4th March 2014

Cushions bearing ‘Keep Calm’ logos, faux fur throws and a basket of twinkling red fairy lights bring a touch of tranquil glamour to the church hall floor.

Ian offers fitness support to Tour de France riders

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Physiotherapist Ian Blackburn putting professional racer Tom Barras through his paces. Ian will be helping cyclists manage their injuries and maintain fitness during this summer’s Tour de France Grand Depart

8:42am Tuesday 4th March 2014

When Sir Bradley Wiggins pedalled to victory in the 2012 Tour de France, and won an Olympic Gold the same year, the charismatic cycling champion inspired the nation to get on two wheels.

Connie’s Recipe for a healthy lifestyle

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Connie Galilee, centre, who regularly meets up with her friends for a cuppa and a catch up

10:37am Tuesday 25th February 2014

With her floral bomber-style blouson, dusky pink lipstick and mid-heeled black patent shoes, Connie Galilee could give Britain’s most stylish baker – Mary Berry – a run for her money.

Anxiety treatment is on the increase

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: There is a rise in hospital admissions for elderly women with anxiety

10:30am Tuesday 25th February 2014

The stresses and strains of everyday life can take their toll.

George is primed to make changes

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: George Scully, who started her own business as a life coach through the Prince of Wales’s PRIME initiative

12:00pm Tuesday 18th February 2014

Faced with redundancy in her 50s, George Scully made a career-changing decision.

The problems of being a working mum

11:00am Tuesday 18th February 2014

Parenting is hard enough, but it appears many mums are making it even harder on themselves – by succumbing to ‘work guilt’.

Time to discover the magic of music

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Music and fun at one of the sessions

10:00am Tuesday 18th February 2014

Rebecca Bull yearned for a musical career.

Dementia group on song for laughter, memories and friendship

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Music therapist George Murray plays the keyboard for the MemoryWise group at the Kirkgate Centre in Shipley

9:07am Tuesday 18th February 2014

As the opening notes of All The Nice Girls Love A Sailor are played on a keyboard, a couple of voices can be heard softly singing the familiar song, then a few more join in.

Magic of music can increase IQ

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Magic of music can increase IQ

9:42am Tuesday 11th February 2014

From the moment they’re born – in fact, probably even before that – children love music.

Working mum Ashe has a passion for writing

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Denholme writer Ashe Barker has written a series of erotic novels from her kitchen table

9:40am Tuesday 11th February 2014

"I lurch around to face the driver of the black van, leaning casually against his vehicle.

Project’s focus on stroke prevention

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Barbara Edwards discovered she had atrial fibrillation

9:30am Tuesday 11th February 2014

It is described as a potential ticking time bomb.

Make sure you keep your mind in shape

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Steve Braithwaite

9:28am Tuesday 11th February 2014

It’s always intriguing to ask wellbeing experts about the best advice they’ve ever been given.

Eating plan offers food for thought

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Slimming consultant Sandra Murdoch (left) with Michael Johnson and Lauren Redman, who have lost weight with her help

9:27am Tuesday 11th February 2014

housands of pounds have been lost across the Bradford district, thanks to Sandra Murdoch.

More wanting to break up with their bank

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: People on benefits, the Council and the voluntary sector are all facing massive challenges

12:00pm Tuesday 4th February 2014

As spring moves closer, this is traditionally a time of year when love blossoms – but for those whose feelings towards their bank or building society are less than warm and fuzzy, giving them the elbow has become much easier.

How much spnding money should your child get?

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: People on benefits, the Council and the voluntary sector are all facing massive challenges

11:20am Tuesday 4th February 2014

No matter how much pocket money you give your child, they’ll always tell you their friends get more.

Symptoms sign of ovarian cancer

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Janette Oljanuk, who had two ovarian tumours removed

11:00am Tuesday 4th February 2014

When Janette Oljanuk began to feel unwell she thought there was a simple explanation.

‘Don’t worry, most GPs have seen everything’

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bromley people asked for views on healthcare

10:10am Tuesday 4th February 2014

The possibility of discussing intimate or embarrassing problems with your GP means it’s easier for many people not to think of doctors as human.

The pros and cons of a daily supplement

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: In an ideal world, we’d all get all the vitamins and minerals we need from our diets

9:36am Tuesday 4th February 2014

Supplements, as the name suggests, are there to help supplement a diet that may be lacking in certain nutrients, and of course food should always come first.

Stroll along to prom shop fair

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A model on the catwalk at last year’s prom fair

9:32am Tuesday 4th February 2014

There was a time when the milestone of leaving school, or moving up to sixth form, was marked with an end-of-term disco.

Giving girls their young lives back... through dance

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lauren Batty

9:00am Tuesday 4th February 2014

To young girls living in poor, rural communities alongside Brazil’s longest, busiest motorway, prostitution is a way of life.

How we could all give the gift of life

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mohammed Rafique Butt (left) and Nadeem Butt

9:29am Tuesday 28th January 2014

According to Kidney Research UK, kidney failure is up to five times more common in people from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.

Is anyone too old for cancer care?

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: More Bradford women are attending breast-screening clinics

9:19am Tuesday 28th January 2014

It has always been said that age is just a number. So why in the 21st century when we have people in their twilight years who are fit and active, is age coming into question when it comes to treatment?

Double diet delight for Bradford's slimming twins

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Slimming twins Aneka (left) and Rachel Campbell enjoy cooking healthy meals together as part of their new lifestyle – helping them to lose 51lb

9:13am Tuesday 28th January 2014

When identical twins Rachel and Aneka Campbell decided to lose weight, they knew they could count on each other for support.

Inspired Neighbourhoods project supports elderly wellbeing

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The NHS  ‘Winter Friend’ campaign has been welcomed by community groups which offer help, support and friendship to elderly people

9:20am Tuesday 21st January 2014

Last month, the NHS set up on online pledge for people to sign up to become a ‘Winter Friend’ for older members of their communities.

Debbie Purdy: 'Corrie's sensitive storyline is to be applauded’

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Last night, Coronation Street viewers watched terminally-ill Hayley Cropper (Julie Hesmondhalgh) say her goodbyes to family and friends before taking her own life in a heartbreaking episode of the hugely-popular soap

8:00am Tuesday 21st January 2014

Last night, millions of Coronation Street viewers watched heartbreaking scenes as terminally ill Hayley Cropper took her own life.

Respect the keyword on dignity day

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jean Walker

5:43pm Tuesday 14th January 2014

Ill-treatment of older people is unacceptable.

Feeling the weight of an increase in obesity

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Feeling the weight of an increase in obesity

11:00am Tuesday 14th January 2014

Obesity, and its impact on health, is rarely out of the headlines these days. But if you think it’s something that only overweight people should be concerned about, think again – it’s predicted that 50 per cent of the UK population could be obese by 2050, with a cost just short of £50 billion a year.

Mealtimes that are Med to measure

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mealtimes that are Med to measure

10:00am Tuesday 14th January 2014

Mediterranean-style eating has long been thought of as healthy, but now even mainstream medics are singing its praises – and advising that people in the UK take heed.

Tom has a Christmas calling

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Tom Foster and his mum sell all different types of Christmas tree from their farm in Menston

8:36am Tuesday 17th December 2013

Every Christmas, financier Tom Foster swaps trading shares for a totally different commodity He leaves his post with a wealth management firm in London to join his mother Jenny on the family farm near Burley-in-Wharfedale, selling Christmas trees.

Festive decorations are the icing on the cake

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Learning to create fondant figures to decorate the top of a Christmas cake

4:18pm Friday 6th December 2013

Zoe Hopkinson’s Christmas cakes look too good to eat.

NHS campaign launch for winter health

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Flu jabs are available to prevent winter illness as people are urged to look after their health with campaign

6:00am Tuesday 26th November 2013

A campaign has started to urge patients in the Bradford district to look after their health this winter and get the right NHS treatment if they are ill.

'Losing weight helped save my life'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Alison with husband Darren and daughters Grace, nine, and Hannah, 12

9:33am Tuesday 19th November 2013

When Alison Dinsdale embarked on a slimming programme she never thought it would save her life.

On song for good health with Let’s Sing community choir

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Some of the Let's Sing choir members

8:40am Tuesday 5th November 2013

There is one weekly event that Gwen Haigh makes sure she does not miss.

Matt makes his mark on the stage with Take That tribute

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Matt Hall and girlfriend Holly Merrington get into character as Take That’s Mark Owen and Spice Girl Emma Bunton

9:36am Tuesday 29th October 2013

When he’s on stage, Matt Hall is the cute one who smiles a lot and gets the loudest screams.

Brownlee brothers' golden memories of the great outdoors

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Brownlee brothers posing to promote the Half & Half campaign

9:10am Tuesday 22nd October 2013

On a conference call it’s difficult to tell who’s who.

Former footballer's wife tells how couple teamed up to fight cancer

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Alison and Peter Jackson

10:38am Wednesday 25th September 2013

They say that behind every great man is a great woman.

A veggie lifestyle on Jane Marshall's online menu

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jane Marshall

9:10am Tuesday 24th September 2013

Jane Marshall became a vegetarian when she was ten, and more than 30 years later she is still asked, “what do you eat?”


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