The T&A has been reporting on Bradford and West Yorkshire for 150 years.  

Here we take a look at some of the stories that were making the news on Saturday, June 14, 2003. You can click on the headline to read the full story.

Police hunt high-class crockery raiders

Police were hunting burglars targeting high class porcelain and crockery in Bingley and Ilkley.

Raiders struck at a house in Clifford Road, Middleton, Ilkley, grabbing figurines and cups and saucers.

Work begins on new schools

Work finally started on the last two schools to be rebuilt in the Bradford schools reorganisation - new premises for Cullingworth Primary and St Philip's CE Primary in Girlington.

Boozy yobs face last orders

New laws meant that public drinking could be restricted by the police if it caused a nuisance.

A pilot scheme proved successful in Bradford city centre and Bingley.

Shipley residents were being asked to give their views on the proposals.

Farewell to 'King David'

Fans in biker T-shirts and leathers mingled with traditionally dark-suited mourners for the funeral service of Baildon TT ace David Jefferies.