I’m still an addict, admits disgraced bank boss and Bradford councillor Paul Flowers

Disgraced former Co-operative Bank boss and ex-Bradford councillor Paul Flowers claimed he still battles with addiction following a drugs sting which prompted his removal from the list of Methodist Church ministers.

Treatment in Germany could save life of Yorkshire mother with ‘incurable’ cancer

Treatment in Germany could save life of Yorkshire mother with ‘incurable’ cancer

A DESPERATE £200,000 fundraising drive is underway to send a West Yorkshire mother-of-four to Germany for potentially lifesaving cancer treatment.

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Newlyn Road in Riddlesden. Picture: Google

Masked men steal jewellery from Riddlesden home

Burglars wearing balaclavas raided a house in Riddlesden near Keighley and escaped with a haul of jewellery.

Ryan John-Lewis has been jailed for four-and-a-half years

Car-jacker fled from Bradford police and went on 15-day crime spree

A car-jacker who targeted vehicles using petrol stations in two Yorkshire towns after he fled from police has been jailed for four-and-a-half years.

Dr Andrew Platten

Drug-driver admits running down Leeds academic while fleeing police

A drug-using driver today admitted causing the death of a respected Leeds academic who was killed after being struck by a car which was being pursued by police.

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Yorkshire’s Brexit resistance: ‘The endgame is to call an end to this nonsense’

Pro-Europe campaigners across Yorkshire are joining forces in a last-ditch attempt to stop Brexit taking place. Chris Burn reports on a movement desperate to turn back the clock.

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Deliveroo launches in Bradford

Deliveroo launches in Bradford

Takeaway app Deliveroo is recruiting delivery couriers ahead of its launch in Bradford.

Missing: Janis Graveris.

Detectives searching for Bradford man missing for five days

Detectives are trying to trace a man who went missing five days ago in Bradford.

Police keep watch of the Leeds fans by the Billy Bremner statue outside Elland Road. Picture by Tony Johnson

More ‘spotters’ at West Yorkshire football grounds to tackle high cost of policing

Extra ‘spotters’ are being deployed at football grounds around West Yorkshire this season in a bid to reduce the cost to taxpayers of policing matches in the county.

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Make mine a pint of cappuccino...

Small beer as coffee culture takes over our drinking habits

YORKSHIRE’S emerging coffee house culture is threatening to overturn its traditional fondness for the pint pot, according to a survey.

Police acted on local information to carry out a series of warrants in Keighley and seized cash and a suspected haul of drugs.

Police charge 13 men in Keighley drugs sting

Thirteen men have been charged with offences concerning the supply of drugs following a police operation in Keighley.

Jordy Hiwula.

Cheltenham Town 0 Bradford City 1: Bantams take step closer to Wembley in Trophy

BRADFORD CITY kept their Wembley hopes alive with a 1-0 victory over League Two strugglers Cheltenham Town last night.

Bradford City
Bradford fans will have a team to support in 2017.

Owners confirmed for Bradford’s new rugby league club

Andrew Chalmers and Graham Lowe have finally confirmed that they are the new owners of the professional rugby league club created in Bradford.

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Neo-Nazi Thomas Mair murdered Batley and Spen MP Jo Cox in June.

Bradford teen accused of planning terror attack ‘called Jo Cox’s killer a hero’

A teenager accused of making a pipe bomb in preparation for a terrorist act celebrated the killing of MP Jo Cox on the day she died, praising her murderer as a hero, a court has heard.

West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson said the five-figure sum will be invested in his Safer Communities Fund. Pic: Andrew McCaren/Ross Parry.

Bradford drugs raid cash forfeited for community use

More than £20,000 in cash recovered during a drugs raid in Bradford has been forfeited to the courts. 

Trains have been halted between Bradford and Ilkley.

Rail death halts trains between Bradford and Ilkley

Rail commuters are facing delays this morning between Bradford and Ilkley after a man was fatally struck by a train.

The NHS is in critical condition, says Bradford MP Naz Shah.

Naz Shah: Short-term cuts have plunged the NHS into crisis

THE Government is running out of places to cut corners to save money on the NHS. It is showing a lack of respect and compassion as it fails to provide the healthcare that people need and deserve. Those who need care at home are having to make do with 15-minute flying visits.

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People queue for the opening of the Broadway shopping centre but will regional devolution work for Bradford's benefit?

Margaret Eaton: North must find voice to push growth

MY working life and my involvement in local government for the past 30 years has taken place in the northern metropolitan district of Bradford.

Masked gang raid Bradford home

Masked gang raid Bradford home

A gang of masked men forced their way into a house in Bradford and stole a hoard of jewellery, cash and electronics.

The teenager will go on trial at Leeds Crown Court

‘Abhorrent, repugnant’: Bradford teen in court on terror charges

A JUDGE has told a jury trying a Bradford teenager for a terror offence that it they would likely find his views “abhorrent or repugnant”.

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