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Second novel in the pipeline for lawyer who trained in Keighley

Author and lawyer Abda Khan, who is working on her latest book

A LAWYER who trained in Keighley is on her way towards completing her second novel.

5:17pm Wednesday 26 April 2017

Elections chief says anti-fraud measures in Bradford are robust, despite high level of allegations

Busy preparations are under way for this year’s General Election. Pictured is the Bradford count when the country last went to the polls, in 2015

LIKE all the officials in charge of running this year’s snap General Election, Kersten England has a hectic few weeks ahead.

3:01am Wednesday 26 April 2017

City centre protest against student's killing in Pakistan

A peaceful protest against the killing of student Mashal Khan in Pakistan

PROTESTERS against the brutal killing of a student in Pakistan have staged a peaceful demonstration in Bradford.

11:14am Sunday 23 April 2017

Nafisah Baba named as BBC's Young Dancer 2017

Nafisah Baba named as BBC's Young Dancer 2017

The winner of the prestigious prize has been announced.

12:11am Sunday 23 April 2017

City actor’s starring role in pioneering film

Bradford Actor Arif Javid

BRADFORD actor Arif Javid is hoping a new film out on national release this weekend will be his lucky break onto the big screen.

1:58am Saturday 22 April 2017

Protest to be held in Centenary Square

The protest will be in Centenary Square, Bradford

A PROTEST is being organised in Bradford's Centenary Square tomorrow against the killing of a university student in Pakistan.

12:00pm Friday 21 April 2017

Cafe staff save tips to feed homeless

Staff at Bowling Cafe, from left, Janet Murphy, Kelly Gibson and Toni Gibson are giving up tips to help dish up meals for the homeless

WAITRESSES at a Bradford cafe have been saving up their tips to help dish up meals to the homeless.

1:42pm Thursday 20 April 2017

Girl thought doctor accused of sex assault was a 'psychopath' out to kidnap her, jury hears

Fesal Hussain leaving Bradford Crown Court

A TEENAGE girl allegedly groped on her bed by a doctor pretending to be a GP from her surgery thought he was a “psychopath” who was going to kidnap her, a jury was told.

2:00am Thursday 20 April 2017

Chinese experts play down chances of US-North Korea fighting

Chinese experts play down chances of US-North Korea fighting

Another nuclear test would invite tougher measures from Beijing.

1:33pm Friday 14 April 2017

Teachers given projects based on racist stereotypes, survey finds

Teachers given projects based on racist stereotypes, survey finds

The survey found 32% of male and 27% of female teachers did not feel staff were comfortable talking about race or sexism.

11:33am Friday 14 April 2017
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