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 May...

Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour manifesto in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

After Theresa May surprised many by calling a snap General Election, West Yorkshire found itself the unlikely battleground at the heart of the campaign.

Jeremy Corbyn and his entire Shadow Cabinet descended on the University of Bradford to launch their manifesto, with its strapline of 'For The Many, Not The Few'.

Largely written off before the election campaign, the event marked the beginning of Labour closing the gap in the polls to avert the predicted Conservative landslide.

Firefighter reunited with woman who rescued him from Bradford City fire disaster as a boy

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: HAPPY ENDING: Jonny Earl and Karen Harper meet up after 32 years

Jonny Earl was just six years old when he was caught up in the Valley Parade fire disaster. He was in tears near the pitch, having been separated from his family, when he was grabbed and led to safety by Karen Harper, then 20.

32 years later the pair were reunited after Jonny saw a post by Karen on Facebook recalling the rescue.

They shared memories of the day before each setting off, separately, to see the Bantams at Wembley.

Bradfordians caught up in Manchester Arena terror attack

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

The horriffic bomb attack at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena shocked the world, and several folk found themselves caught up in the night's events.

Otley's Wendy Fawell lost her life in the tragedy, and many of those who survived told of what they had seen and how they escaped.

Burglar picked wrong house when he tried to steal from rugby league star

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

A hapless burglar picked the wrong house to break into when he came up against Bradford Bulls prop forward Jon Magrin.

The crook, John Calvert, was rugby tackled to floor by Mr Magrin and ended up with a black eye for his trouble.

To add insult to injury, he was jailed for three years.

Bradford City's big day out at Wembley ends in defeat

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Bantams fans came from around the globe for their big day out at Wembley to watch their side take on Millwall in the League One play-off final.

Unfortunately it was not to be, Steve Morison's late goal breaking Bradford hearts.

The day was further marred by a pitch invasion by Millwall fans and apparent trouble outside the ground after the match.