September 2010

  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Even the district’s biggest technophobes should not be afraid of the forthcoming switchover of televisions to digital technology, according to those in charge of the ground-breaking project.
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Three of the world’s oldest examples of photography will be displayed together at the National Media Museum in Bradford, giving visitors a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to see them.
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Rugby-playing police community support officer Charlene Henegan, 22, is swapping her beat for a pitch down under after winning a place on the England team’s tour of New Zealand.
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  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Council has tightened up its payroll procedures to exorcise the risk of ‘ghost employees’ after auditors warned of flaws in its system.
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A colony of ‘water bats’ is holding up gas pipe work on Otley Bridge. 
Northern Gas Networks was set to replace the pipe that runs under the bridge until it was told dozens of Daubenton’s bats roost underneath.
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A Bradford cook has survived the heat of the kitchen to triumph in a television show.
Edd Kimber, 25, of Thackley, has won BBC2’s Great British Bake Off, testing amateur bakers’ skills.
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Fabric, Bradford’s arts development organisation, wants to commission an artist to create an inspiring piece of work to animate the performance area in Bradford's temporary Urban Garden.
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Winning a nationwide competition earlier this year has plunged a 26-year-old businessman into the glamorous world of modelling and fashion – and could provide the launch-pad for a singing career.
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: She may be a self-proclaimed feminist, but Fiona Bruce, the presenter of the Antiques Road Show, can still enjoy a bit of self-parody. 
She can be seen in this Sunday’s show on BBC1 confined in a “coffin” – designed by Victorians to quell nagging
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Keighley and the Aire Valley is becoming a craft brewers paradise. 
Another micro brewery, based in Keighley, is the latest to join the stable of micro breweries which get a mention in The Good Beer Guide.
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pretty “chocolate box” views of the countryside or the coast CAN make you calmer, according to boffins at Bradford University.
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A victim of the recession who set up his own company called “It’s Not Lego” has been forced to ditch the name or face legal action by the multinational toy company.
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: It’s still more than 100 shopping days until Christmas but that didn’t seem to bother children in Shipley when Santa came to town.
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford’s rich heritage was celebrated at the weekend in all its glory as many of the city’s historic buildings threw their doors open to the public.
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A teenager who turned up for the first day of school was told her hair was too purple. 
Keeley Nelson, 14, returned to Buttershaw Business and Enterprise College for the start of term sporting a new colour but it did not win admiration from school staff
  • Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford’s rich heritage will be celebrated as many of the city’s historic buildings open their doors to the public. 
Visitors will discover hidden treasures including the Bradford Peace Museum and the city’s Mechanics Institute Library.

September 2010

We take a sideways look at some of the stories that have appeared in the Telegraph & Argus.

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