Welcome back to the T&A's Review of the Year 2017, where we take a month-by-month look back at what made the news in Bradford through what's been very busy year.

We'll be posting two months worth each day from now until New Year's Eve, with a full rundown of the year's most read stories on New Year's Day.

Without further ado, here's a flavour of what you were reading in February...

Sir Ken Morrison dies

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

The month got off to a sad start as Bradford supermarket magnate Sir Ken Morrison had died at home following a short illness.

Best-known as the founder of the Morrisons supermarket chain, Mr Morrison as also a director of Bradford City and a pillar of the Bradford community.

Prominent figures from the worlds of business and politics were quick to pay tribute.

Drugs gang jailed for almost 200 years

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FIND: Heroin and cocaine, as well as drug paraphernalia such as scales and cutting agents, were found at a safe house in Little Germany, Bradford

18 criminals from the Bradford district were among 35 members of a drugs network operating across the country who were caught and jailed under the West Yorkshire Police-led Operation Eatonmere.

The case involved a safe house in Little Germany where five kilos of high purity heroin and cocaine (pictured) were stashed. Officers also found cocaine behind a car speedometer and heroin in the lids of pens imported from Pakistan.

The gang was jailed for a total of nearly 200 years.

Two-year-old gets head stuck in potty

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

In one of the year's stranger emergency services stories, firefighters were called on to rescue a child with a potty stuck over his head, neck and shoulders.

"He smiled throughout as we used a multi-purpose cutter to chip away at the plastic," said one of those who attended.

Luckily the tot didn't suffer any injuries through the mishap.

Driver with 62 points on licence still on the roads - legally!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Road safety campaigners were shocked to learn that a West Yorkshire man was legally still allowed to drive depite racking up 62 penalty points on his licence.

Campaigner Amjad Malik, whose son Saliq died as a passenger in a car crash, said: "They should not be on the road, they should be in prison."

Figured revealed that 10,000 motorists were driving legally on British roads despite having 12 or more penalty points.

12 points usually means a ban but magistrates can choose not to enforce it in "exceptional cases".

Shipley mum wins £14.5 million on the Euromillions

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Single mum Beverley Doran couldn't believe her luck when she landed a mammoth £14.5 million jackpot in the Euromillions lottery draw.

The mum-of-four described the experience of winning as "like a rollercoaster".

But it was less exciting for her ex-partner, who said he was "thrilled" that their children would be financially secure but posted on Facebook: "She's already assured me I will never see a penny so please don't ask... I am, and probably always will be, skint."