Catch up with the most read news stories from the Telegraph & Argus over the last week - Monday, February 7, to Sunday, February 13

1. Captain Tom charity reported to be under investigation

It was reported that The Captain Tom Foundation is being investigated by the Government charity watchdog, after releasing its accounts on February 7.

The charity, set-up in June 2020 to continue the fundraising efforts of Keighley-born Captain Sir Tom Moore, published its first audited accounts last week.

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2. 28-bed house on Bradford Road, Clayton, on sale for £950,000

We offered a look inside a 28-bed house in Bradford that is up for sale.

The detached house on Bradford Road, Clayton, has 13 bedrooms, nine en-suite bathrooms, its own car park, a huge basement, three/four reception rooms, an expansive garden and it could be yours for offers of £950,000.

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3. YouTuber Heyman Food Reviews hails Kebab Corner in Bradford

A fast food takeaway has been hailed as the best in Bradford following a taste test by a YouTuber.

Kebab Corner, located within Oastler Shopping Centre, John Street, received a top 'Heyman' rating from YouTube star, Heyman Food Reviews', latest video.

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4. Housing plan in Calverley where residents would enter via someone's driveway

Plans have been submitted to build four new detached homes on a patch of land surrounded by existing homes in Calverley.

The application, if approved, would see the homes built on land in Crowther Avenue in the village.

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5. Man jailed after attacking Bradford taxi driver and NINE police officers

A man has been jailed for 19 months for a drunken and drug-fuelled string of assaults that included attacking a Bradford taxi driver and nine of the city’s police officers.

Jonathon Withey committed four sets of offences in nine months, spitting at the height of the coronavirus pandemic and punching and kicking his victims while on prison licence and then on bail.

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6. Teen left seriously injured after axe assault in Bradford

A teenager was left seriously injured after a group of eight males assaulted him with a weapon, believed to be an axe, in Bradford.

It is reported that around 8.10pm on Tuesday, February 8, the unknown males began chasing a 16-year-old boy in Ramsden Avenue.

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7. Sainsbury's Local to close its store on Main Street, Bingley

A major store in Bingley is to close for good next month, it has been confirmed.

Sainsbury's Local, located on Main Street, will be shutting its doors for good from 4pm on Saturday, March 5.

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8. Woman's car flips onto roof after Haworth Road (B6144) crash

A woman had to be rushed to hospital after her car flipped onto its roof in a horror crash.

West Yorkshire Police was called to reports of a collision on Haworth Road (B6144), in the Daisy Hill area of Bradford, at 9.11pm on the evening of February 6.

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9. Royal Mail first and second class stamps to be scrapped from January 2023

Brits have been warned that their ‘1st’ and 2nd’ class stamps will be unusable from January 2023 with some set to be thousands out of pocket.

Royal Mail will introduce new "reinvented" stamps after a successful trial of the new designs which include a special barcode.

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10. 'Huge blow' as Sainsbury's Local in Bingley to close on March 5

Bingley has been dealt a 'huge blow' after a supermarket chain says it will shut its town branch for good next month.

Sainsbury's Local, located on Main Street, will be shutting its doors for good from 4pm on Saturday, March 5.

Read the full story here.

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