• Stammer double sends Farsley through

    Farsley Celtic progressed in the West Riding County Cup at the expense of the side their former manager is now in charge of as Martin Haresign's first return to Throstle Nest turned sour. A brace from Roy Stammer helped Lee Sinnott's side through to the

  • Reserves thank Evans

    City reserves went into their final game in the preliminary round of the Pontin's Holidays League Cup against York City at the Bradford & Bingley Stadium with only pride at stake. Having been comprehensively beaten in their other two games at Darlington

  • Cadamarteri on target to face Walsall

    Danny Cadamarteri expects to be fit to face Walsall on Saturday. The City striker, whose goal began the fightback against Millwall, sparked injury fears when he was taken off before the end after taking a kick on the calf. Cadamarteri has not trained

  • Johnson deal delights Noble

    The Bulls have completed their swoop for Wigan's Great Britain utility player Paul Johnson. The 25-year-old centre or second-rower has joined the club on a three-year contract. Johnson, who had been with Wigan since his schoolboy days, made 131 appearances

  • Putting a spring in our step

    It sounds like the plot of an old feel-good Hollywood musical... a scheme to get Bradford singing and dancing in the streets. Well, not quite, but while we might not see friendly beat bobbies pirouetting around Centenary Square while half the population

  • On This Day

    In 1910, French physicist Georges Claude displayed his neon lamp for the first time. In 1919, impressionist painter Auguste Renoir died aged 78. In 1967, Dr. Christian Barnard performed the first heart transplant operation. From the Telegraph & Argus

  • Fairground on track to open for summer

    A Shipley fairground will reopen next summer, despite fears it would have to close. Paul Teale, who has run the Shipley Glen pleasure park for 38 years, gave fairground tenants the option to pull out after the future of its main feature, an aeriel glide

  • £100,000 to combat vandalism in town

    More than £100,000 is to be spent combating vandalism and anti-social behaviour in Pudsey. The besieged bowling club has been forced to replace its fence three times in as many years because of severe vandalism. And the club, based at Pudsey Park on Church

  • NHS project for minorities

    Health chiefs are setting up a dedicated project to attract more workers from ethnic minorities and people with disabilities into the NHS. The POSH (Promoting Opportunities in Health and Social Care) project will target schools with predominantly ethnic

  • Musical tribute to our fantastic city

    The district's diverse communities are being urged to come together to show off Bradford's rich history in a mammoth musical. Bradford: The People's Musical - which has been dubbed a mini-Edinburgh Festival - will include a series of productions in locations

  • Estate says goodbye to Rita, Sue and Beirut too

    Families on the former rundown estate which became famous as the setting of the film Rita, Sue and Bob Too were celebrating today after the council paved the way for the last eyesore to be demolished. Bulldozers will flatten the parade of shops christened

  • A life on the ocean weave

    Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe looks the part in his latest swashbuckling film role, thanks to a Haworth company. The flashing gold epaulettes and gold lace on his 18th century naval uniform have been made by Wyedean Weaving. The blockbuster movie

  • Safety first to beat the fear of crime

    A pioneering team of community teachers, born out of the Bradford riots, is to train people across the district in personal safety. Thirteen people have learned the skills needed to help people to take simple steps to improve their own safety and reduce

  • Anger as First puts fares up yet again

    Fares will go up again on Sunday for some of the passengers using Bradford's biggest bus company - at the height of a drive to get people to use public transport. First has put up most of its fares in four stages throughout the year instead of its normal

  • 25 years on, mum branded a killer

    A man who died 25 years after he was attacked by his mother as a baby was unlawfully killed, a coroner has ruled. Mark Watson suffered a fractured skull and was left deaf, blind and unable to walk and talk due to the severity of the injuries he suffered

  • Letters to the Editor

    Response typical of our times SIR - What a good story regarding courageous Andrew Rowley who tackled a man intending to steal his neighbour's car and held him until the police arrived (T&A, November 26). The police response is now just typical of