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Bradford Coroner's Office are appealing for relatives of Stephen Dracup to come forward. 67-year old Stephen died at Bradford Royal Infirmary on Friday, 14th December. There are no suspicious circumstances. He lived in the Great Horton area of Bradford and it's believed he may have a sister in the Bradford area. Any...

Police Visit Mosque For Training.

Police in Wakefield have been given an insight into the Islamic faith after a series of training sessions at a local mosque. Officers from Wakefield Division have attended one of six sessions being held at the Sawafiyyah Jamia mosque, Wakefield, to increase understanding of the Islamic faith as well as...
West Yorkshire Police & Crime Commissioner, Mark Burns Williamson writes an open letter to the Home Secretary on funding towards Policing for West Yorkshire. What are your thoughts readers?
Bollywood supremo Akshay Kumar will once again please his adoring fans worldwide when he returns, after an absence of 12 years, to his famous Khiladi franchise with Khiladi 786. The film sees Akshay flexing his box office pulling power as well as his brawn. He pulls no punches as he...
Pakistani tourists and business travellers will soon be able to visit India without many of the restrictions placed upon them in recent years. The easing of the restrictions comes as Rehman Malik, Pakistan's interior minister, visits New Delhi to ratify a new visa agreement between the two countries. Malik's three-day trip - his first...
Private sector job gains outstrip loss of public sector posts An extra 627,000 people are working in the private sector compared to a year ago – significantly outstripping a 128,000 drop in public sector jobs, according to official statistics published today. For the third successive month the figures also showed a...
Canadian star Roach Killa & delivers a brand new toe-tapping tune alongside a slightly tongue in cheek video set amongst a backdrop of some of the UK’s main cities. ‘Run Dis City (Ra Ra Ra)’ follows Roach and long time friend and fellow rapper Blitz on a journey across the...
Walid Wasfi Wasif Musmar director of Oberon Properties Ltd,(Oberon) has been disqualified from acting as a company director for four years for failing to pay corporation tax. The disqualification follows an investigation by The Insolvency Service. Oberon, who developed properties in Camden, north London, sold the last of its properties...
Drivers in the North East, Yorkshire and the Humber are being advised by the Highways Agency to check weather and traffic conditions before setting out on journeys overnight with a forecast of snow in some areas. The Highways Agency, which operates motorways and key trunk roads in the region, is...

26p AN HOUR CAR HIRE!!!

A car hire service has today launched in the capital, offering MINIs for just 26p an hour. Taking inspiration from the ‘Boris Bike’ scheme, the docking station is located in the West End’s bustling Berkley Square and will run from 0800 - 1800 until Thursday 6th December for commuters...