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August 2011

Workers made a grave error after misspelling Cemetery Road on signs informing drivers of roadworks taking place. The mistake has irked groups campaigning for good English and has led to a councillor requesting the mistake be rectified.

11.34am Thursday 11th August 2011

August 2011

A new Wi-Fi network service for patients and visitors has started at Bradford Teaching Hospitals. The free service is designed to enhance the experience of patients and visitors by enabling them to stay in touch with the outside world.

10.49am Wednesday 10th August 2011

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2.15pm Tuesday 9th August 2011

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The Bishop of Bradford has called for a memorial to be erected in memory of Jonathan Silver, reviver of Salts Mill.

2.14pm Tuesday 9th August 2011

August 2011

Hundreds of fans of TV show Flog It! queued in the rain at Victoria Hall, Saltaire, to have their antiques valued by well-known experts.

1.46pm Tuesday 9th August 2011

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1.41pm Tuesday 9th August 2011

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Work on a £1.1 million project to convert Keighley’s old police station and former magistrates’ court into a new visitor attraction and community engagement centre is well under way and is expected to be completed by Christmas.

9.11am Thursday 4th August 2011

August 2011

A karate student is heading to the north of Scotland to become a ‘black belt’ in ballet. Seventeen-year-old Andrew Cook, a second dan black belt, is set to follow a dream of one day performing on the West End by pursuing his passion for dance.

2.11pm Wednesday 3rd August 2011

August 2011

By the end of this month Bradford Cathedral will be the first cathedral in the country, if not the world, to generate its own power by means of solar roof panels.

11.46am Tuesday 2nd August 2011

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A new TV comedy starring Jane Horrocks was originally set in Bradford, where the show’s creator is from. Trollied, which starts on Sky1 this week, is set in a fictional northern supermarket called Valco.

11.46am Tuesday 2nd August 2011

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