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By Ayyaz Malik England came into this fifth one day international knowing that only a win would do. The tourists who are 3-1 down really needed a win to keep this series alive as a contest. Both sides made some changes to their teams from the last game. The hosts...
Winter means icy and slippery conditions bringing risks of falling victim to slips and trips. That’s why advice from NHS Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven, NHS Bradford City and NHS Bradford Districts Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) is to ‘use your head when it comes to your feet.’ But if you are unlucky...
Yorkshire Water's five million customers will benefit from lower bills and better services over the next five years, the industry's regulator, Ofwat, confirmed today. Average bills in Yorkshire will fall by around 3% over the period 2015 to 2020, ensuring that they will remain amongst the lowest in the country....
Visitors to Bradford's multi-award winning City Park in late December will be enchanted by five beautiful ice sculptures thanks to Bradford Council and local artist, Jamie Wardley. A magical Christmas scene, The Ice Post Box, will be created out of large blocks of solid ice with a chain saw, chisels, and an ice...
The last call for public nominations are about to come to a close for the fourth annual Bradford’s Inspirational Women Awards, as nominations close midnight on the 31st December. Each year the public are invited to nominate who they feel deserve to be recognised as an Inspirational Woman in various...
Four leading retailers have signed up to take space at The Broadway development in Bradford. The latest announcement of retailers sees a first for the region with Khaadi, a Middle-Eastern fashion and home retailer, announcing Bradford as its flagship store in the North. This follows two successful openings in Westfield...
People are being urged not to wait at A&E if they have an urgent health problem on Saturdays during the winter - as many GP practices in Bradford are open extra hours to see patients. Thanks to funding from Bradford City and Bradford Districts Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and NHS...

Crime Tracker Goes Live

Online systems are now live in West Yorkshire, which allow victims of crime to securely make a report and track its progress. Local Crime Tracker offers an alternative option to calling the non-emergency number 101 and is available on the homepage of the Force website:www.westyorkshire.police.uk/crimetracker A red button allows you to...
British Airways celebrates its second anniversary at Leeds Bradford Airport with its 250,000th customer Terry Fisher. Terry, founder and global CEO of marketing and publishing house Mapperarti UK Ltd, based in Leeds, frequently travels from the Yorkshire airport to connect with British Airways' flights to California from Terminal 5, Heathrow. In...
City Park's award-wining fountains and City Hall's clock tower will glow orange on Wednesday, 10 December to raise awareness of violence against women and girls. Bradford joins cities from around the world in adopting an ‘Orange your Neighbourhood' theme to reaffirm a commitment to end all forms of violence against women and to express...