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Weekend cricket scores

A staggering 881 runs were scored in the Solly Sports Heavy Woollen Cup first-round tie at Hoylandswaine, where visitors East Bierley made 426-8 but lost by 29 runs

SOLLY SPORTS HEAVY WOOLLEN CUP – First round: Mirfield Parish Cavaliers 246-8 Scholes (HL) 229, Skelmanthorpe 159 Birstall 165-3, Spen Victoria 115 Hanging Heaton 116-1, Shepley 188 New Farnley 189-3, Ossett 98 Whitley Hall 99-1, Hoylandswaine 455-8…

3:39pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Muhammad proves mighty in his first Bradford League knock

Methley's new overseas player Muhammad Akhlaq, who hit 16 sixes and 18 fours in his 214 not out against Ossett on his All Rounder Cricket Bradford League debut

MUHAMMAD Akhlaq has announced his arrival on the All Rounder Cricket Bradford Premier League scene in stunning style.

2:58pm Sunday 23 April 2017

Residents take over community centre threatened with closure in council cuts

Birstall Community Centre and Library, Market Street, Birstall. Picture: Google Street View.

PEOPLE in Birstall have taken over a community centre which had been in danger of closing due to council cuts.

4:38pm Monday 3 April 2017

Bikes seized in operation to tackle nuisance vehicles

One of the bikes seized in the Batley and Spen area

A POLICE operation will aim to take nuisance bikes and quads off the roads of the Birstall area.

8:32am Thursday 13 April 2017

From big-screen weepies to Peaky Blinders - Bradford's City of Film team "never been so busy"

Filming for Peaky Blinders outside Bradford's City Hall this week

IT didn’t take long for word to get out that Game of Thrones star Kit Harington had been spotted in a Saltaire bar, or that he and other cast and crew of his new TV drama had descended on a nearby bistro for an evening.

8:25am Friday 21 April 2017

New report shows how 'Prevent' counter-terrorism strategy is being implemented in Bradford

Bradford City Hall.

OVER 15,000 staff across the Bradford district have been provided with training on the government’s 'Prevent' strategy - set up to draw people away from extremist behaviour.

2:00am Thursday 20 April 2017

Snap election sparks fierce debate in Bradford

Prime Minister Theresa May makes a statement in Downing Street, London, announcing a snap general election on June 8. Picture: Philip Toscano/PA Wir

PRIME Minister Theresa May’s decision to call a snap election has reignited a fierce political debate in Bradford over austerity, Brexit, the NHS and other key issues.

2:00am Wednesday 19 April 2017

Memorial plaque for Jo Cox to be unveiled in House of Commons

Memorial plaque for Jo Cox to be unveiled in House of Commons

The memorial will be unveiled at a unique “family day” in Parliament, when MPs and staff will be invited to bring their children to the Commons.

7:45am Saturday 15 April 2017

Memorial plaque for murdered MP to be unveiled in House of Commons

MP Jo Cox who was murdered in Birstall in June 2016

A MEMORIAL plaque for murdered MP Jo Cox will be unveiled in the House of Commons next month, bearing a coat of arms her children helped design.

12:01am Saturday 15 April 2017

Eggciting entertainment for families this Easter

The Tap Dancing Mermaid forms part of the Easter programme of events at Otley Courthouse

THE Easter holidays are underway so it's time to start thinking about activities to keep those potential pangs of holiday boredom at bay.

6:31am Saturday 8 April 2017
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