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SIX men have been given life sentences after a man was murdered and his two friends seriously injured in an attack on a Batley street. Bradford Telegraph and Argus | News …
A drug dealer on crutches threw away two Kinder Surprise eggs containing crack cocaine and heroin as he hurried off from the police, Bradford Crown Court heard yesterday. Bradford Telegraph and Argus | News …
DRIVERS arrested for causing danger on the roads should have their vehicles seized by the police with a view to the courts taking them away permanently, a judge said today. Bradford Telegraph and Argus | News …
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a man suffered head and facial injuries in a serious assault in Queensbury. Bradford Telegraph and Argus | News …
Concerns have been raised about the amount of litter being left at beauty spots in the region in recent days. Bradford Telegraph and Argus | News …
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- Man accused of Bradford murder was 'on the run' at the time after fatal shooting in New York, jury toldon 30th July 2021 at 1:35 pm
A man accused of gunning down a Bradford taxi driver nearly 20 years ago was “on the run” at the time from the police in America over a fatal shooting in New York, a jury has heard.
- Bingley fundraiser nominated for Sporting Excellence Awardon 30th July 2021 at 12:54 pm
A BINGLEY man who has raised over £300,000 for armed forces has been nominated for a Sporting Excellence Award.
- Tracy Brabin sees Brighouse firm's £2m welding machine in actionon 30th July 2021 at 12:47 pm
THE new £2 million specialist welding machine at a Brighouse manufacturing firm is now fully operational after a three-month long commissioning programme.
- Family fun days with Literature Unlockedon 30th July 2021 at 12:32 pm
Free Family fun is set to sweep through the Bradford district this August with live theatre, craft sessions, storytelling and music as part of Literature Unlocked, hosted by Bradford Literature Festival.
- Man accused of gunning down Bradford taxi driver was in London at time of the murder, court toldon 30th July 2021 at 12:25 pm
A man on trial accused of gunning down a Bradford taxi driver told the jury he was in London at the time of the murder.
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- Bradford agencies still missing ‘clear signs’ of child sexual abuseby Josh Halliday North of England correspondent on 27th July 2021 at 3:11 pm
City services are failing vulnerable children despite review after 2019 jailing of nine men, says report Vulnerable children remain at risk of being failed by child protection agencies in Bradford despite multiple reviews of sexual exploitation cases, an independent report has found. An analysis of cases stretching back nearly two decades found that agencies were still missing “clear signs” of child sexual abuse and that some vulnerable children were “deemed to be making choices” rather […]
- ‘They’re wary of being judged’: Bradford school’s efforts to help Roma pupilsby David Batty on 7th July 2021 at 8:47 am
Bowling Park primary and a charity have tried to maintain education amid the uncertainty of lockdown Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage “They’re wary of trusting schools,” says Matthew Langley, principal of Bowling Park primary school in Bradford, of the local Roma community. “They’re wary of trusting social workers or hospitals. And my sense is they’re very wary about being judged or punished for who they are. So it takes a long time to build up […]
- ‘Mucky Beck’: restoring and rewilding Bradford’s riverby Alex Mistlin on 22nd June 2021 at 9:36 pm
Measures aim to boost biodiversity on the river as it flows through Shipley and improve public access It was once known as the filthiest river in England but these days, Bradford Beck is hardly known at all. Much of its seven-mile (11km) route is culverted, meaning its course runs through tunnels constructed beneath the city centre, even passing unnoticed under Bradford city hall. But its anonymous status might be about to change, after the completion of a restoration project which aims to […]
- Joe Mercer obituaryby Sean Magee on 23rd May 2021 at 2:44 pm
Leading British jockey of his generation hailed as the great stylist of the weighing roomThe jockey Joe Mercer, who has died aged 86 of a heart attack, rode 2,810 winners in Britain between 1950 and 1985. Beyond that bare statistic is a list of stellar horses, notably the incomparable Brigadier Gerard, who ran in 18 races between 1970 and 1972 and was beaten only once. Riding Bustino against Grundy at Ascot in July 1975, Mercer played a leading role in a contest that still brings tears to […]
- Plans for expansion of Leeds Bradford airport put on holdby Helen Pidd on 6th April 2021 at 6:38 pm
Climate campaigners say they have been told government is preventing the granting of planning permission The expansion of Leeds Bradford airport has been put on hold after the government paused plans to build a new terminal building on the green belt. The plans were given conditional approval by Leeds city council in February despite widespread opposition from local MPs, residents and environmental groups. Pressure on the UK as Cop26 approaches Continue reading...
- Residents frustrated as local park listed on auction siteby bradfordzone on 28th July 2021 at 2:12 pm
Residents on an a housing development in south Bradford have expressed frustration after their local green space was found listed on a property auction website. Residents living on Holme Beck Park on the edge of Holmewood were alarmed to find that the green space, which had been set aside as public open space on the The post Residents frustrated as local park listed on auction site appeared first on Bradford Zone.
- Youth football hub scores sponsorship deal with chemical companyby bradfordzone on 28th July 2021 at 1:20 pm
A family-owned chemical company has boosted the future of children’s football in the area by becoming the main sponsor of an award winning soccer academy. Funds donated by Cross Hills company, Airedale Group, will be used by football training centre, Soccer Hub, to develop its programme to inspire the next generation of footballers across North The post Youth football hub scores sponsorship deal with chemical company appeared first on Bradford Zone.
- Bradford Council unveils “bold” new plans to shape the district’s future transportby bradfordzone on 28th July 2021 at 1:03 pm
Bradford Council, in partnership with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, has today (Wednesday 28 July) launched a major public consultation on a flagship programme of forwarding-thinking transport and place-making schemes to drive forward Bradford’s future regeneration. The four proposed schemes would create a more attractive and pleasant civic centre for the district, designed for people The post Bradford Council unveils “bold” new plans to shape the district’s future transport […]
- New Mental Wellbeing Training Platform launched in Bradfordby bradfordzone on 28th July 2021 at 12:47 pm
The Living Well Mental Health and Wellbeing Training Platform has been launched by The Cellar Trust, in collaboration with Living Well and a network of training providers from voluntary, community, and public sector organisations across Bradford district. This training platform has been created to support the development of mental wellbeing knowledge and skills within the The post New Mental Wellbeing Training Platform launched in Bradford appeared first on Bradford Zone.
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- Bradford on Avon and Melksham PCN team celebrates 50,000 Covid-19 jabson 30th July 2021 at 9:14 am
MELKSHAM and Bradford on Avon Primary Care Network is celebrating have delivered its 50, 000th Covid-19 vaccination at the Spencers Sport and Social Club vaccination centre.
- Dozens of children hold gun licences in Wiltshireon 29th July 2021 at 5:52 pm
DOZENS of children in Wiltshire – two of them under the age of 13 - are authorised to use guns, new figures reveal.
- Court to set a trial date for Trowbridge woman charged with assaulton 29th July 2021 at 2:18 pm
A Trowbridge woman who is contesting an assault charge is still waiting for a date to be set for her trial.
- Parents set up charity for Isobel who lived just nine dayson 29th July 2021 at 1:42 pm
A couple from Warminster have set up a charity foundation in memory of their daughter Isobel Rose who died in January.
- Project aims to create safe space for music therapy for SEND peopleon 29th July 2021 at 12:46 pm
A WILTSHIRE musician has launched a £10,000 appeal to create a safe learning space for children and adults with special needs.