Catch up with the most read news stories from the Telegraph & Argus over the last week - Monday, January 3, to Sunday, January 9

1. Every 0, 1 and 2-star food hygiene rated venue in Bradford last month

The T&A revealed the nine Bradford takeaways, restaurants and shops told they needed to make improvements in their food hygiene standards last month.

Each of the outlets was given a food hygiene rating between zero and two by the Food Standards Agency in December following inspections a month earlier. Read the full story here.

2. Snow closes one of Bradford's largest schools, with two others also shut

One of Bradford's largest schools was forced to close due to snow on Friday, with two others also shut due to the weather conditions.

Two of the three schools announced late starts to allow people to get in, while the other was shut for the full day. Read the full story here. 

3. Bradford named in top 10 worst places to live in England in online survey

Bradford was voted in the top 10 worst places to live in England, according to an online survey.

The city was ranked the 10th worst place in a new 2022 survey by the satirical website I Live Here, with a total of 110,172 votes cast in the survey. Read the full story here. 

4. 15 crews tackle huge fire in Bradford city centre

A number of crews tackled a huge fire in a building in Bradford city centre in the early hours of Monday morning.

Following a call at 1.33, firefighters attended a four-storey building on Sunbridge Road, later confirmed as a bakery. Read the full story here

5. Dramatic development as son admits murdering his dad on second day of trial

On Wednesday a man accused of beating his father to death with a cricket bat dramatically pleaded guilty to his murder on the second day of his trial.

Phillip Tajinder Badwal had admitted the manslaughter of 59-year-old Santokh ‘Charlie’ Singh at the family home at Airedale Road, Undercliffe, Bradford, but denied murdering him. The 25-year-old changes his plea to guilty and was jailed for life the following day. Read the full story here.

6. Bradford man beat and kicked his father to death in 'savage' attack, court told

A man beat and kicked his father to death in a “savage and sustained” attack at the family home in Bradford, a jury heard on Tuesday.

Phillip Tajinder Badwal, 25, was on trial at Bradford Crown Court denying the murder of 59-year-old Santokh ‘Charlie’ Singh on November 30, 2020. Read the full story here.

7. Man suffers serious injuries in incident involving 'bladed weapon' at The Village nightclub

On Sunday, detectives were appealing for witnesses after a man was seriously assaulted at Bradford nightclub., The Village, in the early hours of the morning.

Bradford District CID would like to speak to anyone who witnessed or has information about the incident, which is believed to have involved a bladed weapon. Read the full story here.

8. Father and son jailed after shotgun fired and children threatened in escalating feud

A man has been jailed after firing a shotgun as part of an ongoing feud, while his son was also involved in the incident.

Michael Vickers, 38, fired a shotgun twice towards someone he was arguing with in front of shocked residents in a Keighley street.

His son, Shane Vickers, 22, was also jailed for charges including possessing a machete and assisting an offender, namely his father, by exchanging vehicles. Read the full story here.

9. Drive-thru Burger King planned as part of redevelopment of former mill site

The second phase of a major redevelopment project in Eccleshill will include a drive-thru Burger King.

In 2017 an application to redevelop the Union Mills site on Harrogate Road was approved by Bradford Council. The new development would include a Lidl store and six other retail units. Read the full story here.

10. Drug dealer with 'unsavoury' criminal record peddled crack cocaine and heroin from his home

A drug dealer has been jailed for four years after he was caught peddling a stash of crack cocaine, heroin and skunk cannabis from his home following a tip-off from the neighbourhood.

When the police turned up with a search warrant, they seized more than £3,000 of drugs from Kevin Haley’s address in Sandhill Close, Allerton, Bradford. Read the full story here