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‘Shock’ as Bradford drivers are hit by £2.3m of bus lane fines in a year

Cars caught using the bus lane in Bradford at the end of Broadway and   Bridge street.

MOTORISTS in the district had to pay fines totalling nearly £2.3 million in one year for driving in bus lanes, the Telegraph & Argus can reveal today.

12:01am Monday 24 April 2017

Standards inquiry to begin as Tories lodge official complaint about independent councillor

Councillor Paul Cromie has completely denied allegations of misconduct

A FORMAL investigation is to begin into the alleged conduct of an independent councillor, after the Conservative group lodged a complaint.

1:00am Saturday 1 April 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

Approval for new boys’ free school draws mixed reaction

Bradford Council leader, Councillor Susan Hinchcliffe

APPROVAL was given today for a new 800-place secondary free school for boys to open in Bradford.

12:01am Wednesday 12 April 2017

London museum sets out plans to display photography collection controversially removed from Bradford

Frederick Scott Archer's wet-collodion camera, 1853 © The RPS collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

A LONDON museum has set out what it plans to do with a world-leading photography archive controversially transferred from Bradford.

1:19pm Thursday 6 April 2017

Council bosses override scrutiny committee's call for a rethink on controversial parking charge hike

North Parade.

COUNCIL bosses have ploughed ahead with a controversial hike to parking charges in Bradford’s ‘top of town’, despite a scrutiny committee's call for a rethink.

5:10pm Tuesday 4 April 2017

Traders' joy as scrutiny committee forces re-think on controversial parking charge hikes

North Parade.

BUSINESS owners fighting increased parking charges in Bradford’s struggling ‘top of town’ have welcomed the support of a scrutiny committee.

6:00am Friday 31 March 2017

Council sickness rates falling

Council sickness rates falling

BRADFORD Council staff took, on average, 9.59 days off sick last year.

5:08pm Friday 31 March 2017

Big defeat for Littletown gives chasers renewed hope

Waheed Khan, right, was on target for Route One Rovers

5:45pm Monday 3 April 2017

Heated debate as councillors vote to cut services and increase taxes in £32m savings plan

Council Leader Susan Hinchcliffe speaking on the Budget debate at full council in City Hall.

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.

8:36pm Thursday 23 February 2017
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