By Harry McMullen This week the Royal Mint has announced plans to allow the British public to elect the person they wish to feature on… Read More »Opinions divided as Margaret Thatcher is put forward as the face of the new £50 note.
Brexit worries for traders at Horsforth farmers’ market as Theresa May given power to trigger Article 50
By Lauren Entwistle
STALL-HOLDERS at Horsforth’s monthly farmers’ market say they are worried Brexit may harm their trade.Read More »Brexit worries for traders at Horsforth farmers’ market as Theresa May given power to trigger Article 50
Christmas shoppers should take note as Bradford’s Westfield Shopping Centre is set to open its doors in late 2015. At a guided tour yesterday it… Read More »Bradford’s Westfield Shopping Centre on course for late 2015 opening
A Chief Executive has hailed Bradford’s achievements before a new scheme launches to improve visitors’ experiences when coming to the city. The training course will… Read More »‘Bradford’s got a lot to shout about’ Executive hails city before scheme launch
A Principal at a Bradford school that was wrongly given a poor grading by Ofsted has said it has galvanised staff at the school to… Read More »Bradford school wrongly given poor grading ‘galvanised’ to be outstanding
A mother and son were beaten in their home in Dewsbury when two men entered the property and attacked them. A 30-year-old from Bradford and… Read More »Men arrested after mother and son attack
Locals stuffed their faces last night hoping they could set individual records for most poppadums eaten in one-minute at the Great Poppadum Challenge in Cleckheaton.
Aakash restaurant set the challenge to see how many poppadoms could be
eaten in one minute, at one time.
Yobs trashed a community centre last weekend in what has been described as a ‘deliberate act of vandalism.’
The discovery was made by a volunteer at the Pakistan and Worldwide Link
Community Centre and found that Vandals had broken into the building, wreaking havoc on everything in sight.
The city’s children’s service was called ‘a beacon of good service’ by top authorities last night following concerns that a number of children of children… Read More »Bradford is doing enough to protect vulnerable young people, investigation finds
Bradford will be treated to punk-poets, folk musicians and film directors when the RECON festival arrives at venues across the city, later this month The… Read More »Yorkshire gets a taste of pioneering arts at culture festival