Liz learns to love bees

Six years ago Liz Joyce almost died from a bee sting – but now the winged creatures have become an unlikely lifeline.

2.17pm Monday 12th January 2009

Emma's wild day out!

Three-year-old Emma Handy was just one of the youngsters to enjoy Wild Wednesday at Bracken Hall Countryside Centre.

1.39pm Monday 12th January 2009

Parents remember their children

Ita Telemaque was among the bereaved parents who lit a candle for their late children in a service at Bradford Cathedral.

1.42pm Monday 12th January 2009

Pets become blood donors

Vets in Ilkley are seeking dog owners willing to volunteer their pets as much-needed blood donors.

4.24pm Monday 19th January 2009

'Banger' beats Sahara

A father-and-son team drove through a live minefield and across the Sahara desert in a 17-year-old “banger”.

2.54pm Thursday 22nd January 2009

Fire safety campaign launched

A spectacular pan fire demonstration was held in Bradford to start a hard-hitting campaign by West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.

4.27pm Monday 19th January 2009

Getting active on school run

Parents and children across the Bradford district are being urged to ditch the car for the school run and get active in a bid to stem rapidly rising obesity levels.

4.28pm Monday 19th January 2009

School remembers popular teacher

A school is to be closed for the day on Monday to let pupils and teachers remember popular teacher Clare Egan whos has died from cancer.

4.30pm Monday 19th January 2009

Hencam's Aussie visitor

Wilsden’s hencam started as nothing more than a joke between friends – now it is welcoming visitors from the other side of the world.

4.32pm Monday 19th January 2009

Dinner honours cricketer Adil

A special dinner event was held in Bradford to honour home-grown cricketer Adil Rashid on the eve of his flying out to the West Indies with the England squad.

4.32pm Monday 19th January 2009

Lucy takes the top prize

Telegraph & Argus photographer Lucy Ray has beaten all the competition to scoop top prize at the first regional O2 Media Awards in Yorkshire and The Humber.

4.32pm Monday 19th January 2009

Belly good way to exercise!

New bellydancing classes have started in Baildon, offering a fitness programme with a difference.

10.21am Monday 26th January 2009

Fears for donkey sanctuary

A question mark hangs over the long-term future of 22 donkeys after a planning decision went against their owners Tony and Hazel Ingham.

11.02am Tuesday 20th January 2009

Pupils' healthy lessons

Breakfast clubs to help youngsters beat off sluggish starts at school are among projects across the district set to benefit from the Lottery’s Awards for All programme.

11.02am Tuesday 20th January 2009

Bradford's own Barack Obama

A Bradford school unveiled its very own Barack Obama lookalike to coincide with the US president’s inauguration ceremony in Washington DC.

11.44am Wednesday 21st January 2009

Children take to the airwaves

Children as young as four from Iqra Primary School heard their poems and stories over the airwaves. Pictured in the radio studio are Awais Hussain, Danish Ali and Samiya Amjad

1.00pm Thursday 22nd January 2009

Soccer event to combat racism

Nerice Woodhead, Rhys Hood Cain Burrows and Jamie Holmes were among youngsters from across Bradford came together to battle it out on the pitch in a bid to kick racism out of the game.

10.25am Friday 23rd January 2009

Taking the plunge

A not-for-profit student project has teamed up with Bradford Grammar School to teach people how to scuba dive.

11.34am Monday 26th January 2009

Revamped nursery opens

A revamped nursery at a Southmere Primary School, Bradford, has been opened to the delight of staff, parents and pupils.

11.34am Monday 26th January 2009

Co-op staff aid deaf charity

Baildon Co-op staff, from the left, Frances Rowntree, Anita Haigh, Helen Shutal, Salinder Kaur and Zoe Griffin, who are taking part in a national fundraising campaign for the deaf and hard-of-hearing

9.56am Wednesday 28th January 2009

Panto looks for new direction!

The directing team behind a long-standing church pantomime group is calling on volunteers to replace them after eight years in charge. From the left are, Victoria White, Susan Stones and Gary Scott.

9.56am Thursday 29th January 2009

Mick's cooking tips

‘Mick the Miner’, who starred in Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food programme, has been passing on his cooking knowledge to students. Mick Trueman is pictured with Sarah Horan, centre, and Stephanie Sissons

10.55am Friday 30th January 2009

Healthy tips for youngsters

Children are picking up healthy cooking tips in a scheme being piloted by a healthy living centre in Bradford. Ann Wild is pictured left teaching Tyler-James Wynn and mum Stephanie Taylor.

1.16pm Monday 2nd February 2009

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