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Acid attack death: a fourth man to face murder charge
A fourth man was today due to be charged with murder in relation to the acid-attack death of a man in Bradford.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Bradford pair tell court they had no suspicion about cheques paid into accounts
The daughter and the partner of a man accused of fleecing the old and frail with bogus building work told a court they believed cheques he asked them to put through their back accounts were legitimate.
Bradford businesses back bid to save city centre wardens
City centre businesses are backing a campaign to save 18 Bradford Council wardens from the axe as the authority slashes A 89 million from its budget over two years.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Inspector rejects appeal over indoor market at Lidget Green
A newly-published Council agenda reveals the Secretary of State has dismissed an appeal over Bradford Council's refusal of a change of use application for the former Shires Bathroom site in Beckside Road, Lidget Green .
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Dedicated Bradford blood donors are honoured
Wendy Allison, of East Bowling ; Valerie Wilkinson, of Low Moor ; Alan Hawkes, of East Bierley , and Peter Howarth, of Cleckheaton , were honoured at an awards event held by NHS Blood and Transplant.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Volunteers wanted for Bradford Watch scheme
Officers in Bowling, Barkerend and Bradford Moor Neighbourhood Policing Team are trying to find volunteers on Sticker Lane, Watt Street, Killinghall Drive, Sixth Avenue, Woodhall Road, Baring Avenue, Lower Rushton Road, Thornhill Place and Marsland Place.
Bradford children get preview of new school on old fire station site
Children got a sneak peak at their A 4 million new school as a tree was ceremonially planted in the grounds.
Heaton attacker is spared immediate jail term by Bradford judge
A 21-year-old man, who bit a man during a gang attack in front of a woman and her two children, escaped an immediate prison sentence.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
UPDATED: Strong winds continue to cause travel disruption in Bradford
And police had to close off Undercliffe Road at the junction with Otley Road, in Bradford, at about 2pm today after a sheet of steel fencing about 18ft wide and 10ft high was torn from its fixings and landed in the road.
Strong winds cause travel disruption in Bradford
A tree fell on the rail track near Apperley Lane at about 9am suspending all services between Leeds and Ilkley , said Northern Rail.
4,000 raiders take out Bradford shop wall...one brick at a time - see CCTV footage of raiders
The raiders, thought to have used a crowbar and sledgehammer, also removed metal shutters and two steel plates to get in before stealing phones, electronic equipment and cash to a total of about A 4,000.
Jumping for joy at party for Harry in Bradford
Festive fundraisers donned jolly jumpers and posed for paparazzi to support a teenager with a rare condition which affects his breathing.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Builder denies plotting to steal from customers
A self-employed builder accused of plotting to steal from frail and elderly householders has told a jury he was an honest businessman who dealt fairly with his customers.
ASBOs for ringleaders of gang of yobs who intimidated residents in Bradford neighbourhood
Ringleaders of a group of trouble- makers were yesterday handed ASBOs and had to sign contracts to stop them intimidating their Bradford neighbourhood.
Man sentenced for drug possession
A man with drink problems, who admitted possessing drugs with intent to supply, has been given a 12-month community order by a judge.
Menston and Burley MP fails in bid to force Government to rethink plans
Menston and Burley-in-Wharfedale MP Philip Davies last week failed in a last-gasp attempt to slam the brakes on Army cuts in a Commons revolt.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Pensioner - spotted jewellery thief on T&A front page'
A Bradford pensioner recognised one of the defendants standing trial for conspiracy to burgle after his photograph was published by the Telegraph & Argus, a jury heard yesterday.
Hundreds attend Shipley funeral of tragic Jade
Around 200 friends and family have said an emotional final farewell to a young mother found strangled in a caravan.
Bradford children get a taste of international cooking
England, France, Italy, Poland, India, China and Pakistan were all represented when a Bradford school celebrated International Day.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Student, 18, denies Bradford subway rape bid
A teenage college student is on trial accused of attempting to rape a 16-year-old girl in a Bradford subway.