BRADFORD politicians have been reacting to the news that prominent Northern Irish politician Martin McGuinness has died aged 66.
TIGHTENING budgets could soon lead major cuts to programmes designed to teach young people vital road safety skills, a new report has revealed.
CAMPAIGNERS are uniting in a final push for a high-speed rail station in Bradford city centre, as a crucial decision nears.
A SWATHE of local services are to be slashed while council tax is to go up by nearly five per cent, after a heated debate at Bradford’s City Hall.
Doris isn’t the only storm hitting Bradford today. From social care to public loos, community halls to bowling greens and keep-fit classes to the Bradford Ministry of Food, the fate of a host of council services will be decided tonight.
SIR - Once again Cllr Simon Cooke spectacularly misses the point when it comes to development and planning for Bradford district’s future.
OPPOSITION councillors have forced a halt to two hugely controversial Council decisions, so they can undergo further scrutiny.
SIR – Yet again I am appalled at the salary of Kersten England, the CEO of Bradford Council; £182,064 per year with an increase of £1,820 due in April (T&A, March 15). I have read the comments of Susan Hinchcliffe and Simon Cooke and find it…
THE gap between the pay of Bradford Council’s chief executive and its average worker has widened, new figures show.
SIR – What a nonsense from Cllr Ross-Shaw about the proposed Community Infrastructure Levy for Bradford. He knows that the sites in question – brownfield sites in the inner city – are hardly viable for development what with expensive site…