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Family entertainment planned in Keighley town centre

BID manager Paul Howard

A DAY of family entertainment is being staged in Keighley this weekend.

5:25pm Tuesday 28 March 2017

Arson attack on car in Keighley

Arson attack on a car parked in Redcliffe Street, Keighley

ARSONISTS have destroyed a car left parked on a Keighley street.

7:53am Wednesday 29 March 2017

Zumbathon in Keighley raises hundreds to support local people planning to make pilgrimage to Lourdes

Holy Family Catholic School, which hosted the charity Zumbathon event for the Massabielle group

A CHARITY Zumbathon staged in Keighley raised £600 to help sick and elderly local people make a pilgrimage to Lourdes, in southern France.

9:14am Wednesday 29 March 2017

COURT FILE: 13 before Bradford and Keighley magistrates

COURT FILE: 13 before Bradford and Keighley magistrates

THE following have been dealt with by Bradford and Keighley magistrates:

9:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

Keighley project's final bid for support in public vote

Youngsters enjoy the Get Out More birthday cake

10:46pm Tuesday 28 March 2017

Crunch decisions announced on funding for community centres

One of the winners – the Sue Belcher Centre in Bracken Bank

DECISIONS on which community centres will receive Bradford Council grants has seen winners and losers across Keighley.

2:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

Manorlands Hospice is named Airedale Shopping Centre ‘Charity of the year’ for 2017/18

From left, Airedale Shopping Centre manager Steve Seymour with Sue Ryder Manorlands fundraiser Andrew Wood

2:43pm Tuesday 28 March 2017

Concern as no tenants have yet signed up for £20m Bradford hub, two years after scheme unveiled

An artist's impression of the public sector hub planned for Nelson Street, but no tenants have signed up two years on

NO tenants have yet signed up for a planned £20m public sector hub in Bradford, more than two years after the project was unveiled, the Telegraph & Argus can reveal.

2:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

READER LETTER: MPs are right to speak out on Council break-up

MPs are right to speak out on Council break-up

SIR - Regarding Perry Austin-Clarke’s column (“Why breaking up is so very hard to do”, T&A, March 21), I beg to differ and fully support the joint efforts of the two Conservative MPs within the Bradford Metro area, Philip Davies (Shipley) and…

2:38pm Tuesday 28 March 2017

Could the recent veg crisis prompt more to grow their own?

Robert Ramsden, development chef at Delifresh

WITH extreme weather conditions recently impacting on veg supplies from across the continent could this prompt more people to grow their own?

7:01am Wednesday 29 March 2017
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