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POLICE have arrested a woman after a man was stabbed at a house and rushed to hospital in a serious condition. Bradford Telegraph and Argus | News …
A MAN who died in a crash at a Drighlington roundabout has been named by police. Bradford Telegraph and Argus | News …
POLICE are appealing for information to trace missing teenager Ella Parnell. Bradford Telegraph and Argus | News …
PLANS for a new city centre park bringing green space to central Bradford features in Bradford Council’s Economic Recovery Plan to turn the district’s fortunes round post-Covid-19. Bradford Telegraph and Argus | News …
A FORMER Lloyds Bank banking hall on Manchester Road could be converted into a retail development if new plans are approved. Bradford Telegraph and Argus | News …
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- From Manningham Mills to the Hollywood Hillson 17th January 2021 at 2:00 pm
SHE was the Lister’s Mill girl who became a Hollywood star - and married a silver screen heart-throb following a whirlwind romance.
- Lidl in Shelf shut for a few weeks for maintenance workon 17th January 2021 at 1:43 pm
THE Lidl store on Carr House Road in Shelf has shut temporarily for a few weeks while essential maintenance work is carried out.
- 'No escalation in cases' of Covid-19 at Bradford schoolon 17th January 2021 at 12:30 pm
BRADFORD Council has reassured the community it is working to keep people safe after a staff member tested positive for Covid-19 at High Park School in Heaton.
- Exploring Keighley Moor and reservoirson 17th January 2021 at 12:00 pm
A FEW miles from the centre of Keighley is a breezy area of moors to explore. Tucked in its midst is Keighley Moor Reservoir, a great place for some quiet bird watching. The walk is only six miles.
- Covid-19 patients at Airedale Hospital doubles in a weekon 17th January 2021 at 11:39 am
THE number of patients who have tested positive for Covid-19 and are receiving care at Airedale Hospital has doubled in a week, according to figures released by the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health Care Partnership.
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- Private hospital in Bradford placed in special measures over patient safetyby PA Media on 23rd December 2020 at 12:01 am
CQC suspended ‘good’ rating for Cygnet Woodside after inspection following allegations of abuse A hospital for men with learning disabilities has been placed in special measures after the Care Quality Commission (CQC) identified “serious risks to patient safety”. The CQC said it had also suspended its current rating of “good” for caring for Cygnet Woodside, Bradford, West Yorkshire, following an inspection in September. Continue reading...
- Family who fear daughter was killed sue Leeds NHS trust after body decomposesby Jamie Grierson Home affairs correspondent on 23rd November 2020 at 7:00 am
Exclusive: pathologist unable to rule out third-party involvement in Emily Whelan’s death because of condition of corpse The family of a woman who they suspect was killed is suing a health trust that allegedly stored her corpse incorrectly, allowing it to decompose to the point that experts were unable to rule out third-party involvement in her death, the Guardian can reveal. Emily Whelan, 25, was found unresponsive in her bedroom in Leeds on 7 November 2016 and was rushed by ambulance to […]
- Disadvantaged families in England could face generations of inequalityby PA Media on 15th September 2020 at 10:34 am
Government’s social mobility commission warns of ‘deep unfairness’ in worst-hit areas Families face being locked into disadvantage for generations unless the issue of social mobility is urgently tackled, the government’s advisory body on life chances in England has warned. The social mobility commission called on regional leaders to draw up tailored, sustained and local programmes to tackle disparities in the worst-hit areas. Related: Social mobility in decline in Britain, official […]
- University guide 2021: University of Bradfordby Guardian Staff on 4th September 2020 at 10:27 pm
All you need to know about studying at the University of Bradford Fees Currently £9,250 for full-time UK undergraduates. Fees for international students are £19,160 per year for lab-based courses (including engineering, informatics and life sciences) and £16,090 a year for classroom-based courses. Foundation years cost £12,800. Details of other specific courses fees can be found at bradford.ac.uk/money/fees/undergraduate-international-students. Continue reading...
- Covid lockdowns to be eased for over 1m people in north-west Englandby Josh Halliday North of England correspondent on 28th August 2020 at 5:22 pm
Households will be able to mix in parts of Greater Manchester, Lancashire and West Yorkshire Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage More than 1 million people in north-west England will be allowed to mix with other households for the first time in a month after a fall in coronavirus cases. Restrictions on seeing friends and family will be lifted from next week in the Greater Manchester boroughs of Bolton, Stockport and Trafford, as well as Burnley and Hyndburn in […]
- Council workers battle through severe snow and ice to support NHS colleaguesby bradfordzone on 15th January 2021 at 7:39 pm
Throughout yesterday’s severe snowfall that covered large parts of the north of England, workers from Bradford Council were quietly battling on through snow and ice to provide vital support to the NHS across the district and beyond. Bradford Council’s Emergency Management Team swung in to action commandeering 4X4 vehicles from the council’s fleet and arranging The post Council workers battle through severe snow and ice to support NHS colleagues appeared first on Bradford Zone.
- Bradford Council asks residents to stay safe and keep your distanceby bradfordzone on 15th January 2021 at 7:31 pm
People taking advantage of this weekend’s winter wonderland to go sledging or snowball fighting are reminded to stay as far as possible away from others to avoid spreading Covid-19. Government guidelines say you can go out for exercise as a household but if you meet up with others then more people are put at risk. The post Bradford Council asks residents to stay safe and keep your distance appeared first on Bradford Zone.
- Fly-tipping Renault van seizedby bradfordzone on 15th January 2021 at 7:23 pm
A van used in multiple fly-tipping offences across Bradford has been seized by Council officers. The 14-year-old Renault Kangoo had been seen on at least six occasions, fly-tipping in and around the Bradford West area, but officers suspect it could have been involved in a lot more. A Council worker spotted the van parked on The post Fly-tipping Renault van seized appeared first on Bradford Zone.
- Bradford district children and young people to benefit from the award winning Mockingbird Family Model of Careby bradfordzone on 15th January 2021 at 12:00 pm
Bradford Fostering is in the process of setting up the award-winning innovative Mockingbird Family Model of Care in the district to support its foster families and has made two key appointments that will ensure the first hub is ready to start in March. The Mockingbird programme is a pioneering fostering model, established and supported by The post Bradford district children and young people to benefit from the award winning Mockingbird Family Model of Care appeared first on Bradford Zone.
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- Crew helps ambulance paramedics gain entry to treat casualtyon 17th January 2021 at 10:14 am
A Trowbridge Fire Station crew was mobilised to gain entry to a property for South West Ambulance Service in Southwick early this morning.
- Phone box is now a Give and Take foodbankon 16th January 2021 at 4:22 pm
VILLAGERS in Bratton have turned their redundant telephone kiosk into a Give and Take foodbank.
- Hedge massacre upsets pensioneron 16th January 2021 at 4:09 pm
A pensioner in Bratton says she is devastated by the ‘massacre’ of a hedgerow on the road to West Ashton.
- Salisbury Cathedral hosts Covid-19 local vaccination serviceon 16th January 2021 at 1:22 pm
SALISBURY Cathedral this morning opened its doors as a venue for the Sarum South Primary Care Network Covid-19 local vaccination service.
- Police urged to investigate attempt to dazzle bus driveron 16th January 2021 at 12:07 pm
POLICE have been asked to investigate a report of a mindless hooligan who shone a bright high-powered light at a Discovery D1 bus driver near Bradford on Avon earlier this week in an attempt to dazzle him.