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West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges (WYCC) has successfully secured funding totalling £5.5m under its new Joint Venture agreement. The funding is the first of its kind secured under the new agreement which formally unites Bradford College, Calderdale College, Kirklees College, Leeds College of Building, Leeds City College, Shipley College and...
Every year film enthusiasts are treated to a plethora of family films, courtesy Bradford City of Film and this year certainly won't be any different, as the festival kicks off with Born to be Wild IMAX 3D tomorrow at the Imax, PictureHouse.  Morgan Freeman narrates the documentary adventure “Born to...
The Asian Sunday newspaper is marking 6 years since it launched in August 2011. The newspaper was launched at Bradford City Hall, on 5 August 2011 which was attended by members of the Bradford community. From the beginning, Asian Sunday set a bench mark within the Asian print media industry by...
By Mo Bhana The Shadow Education Secretary has been lambasted over its student debt ‘U-turn’ after the Tories demanded an immediate apology from the Labour’s school’s supremo. Angela Rayner was challenged to say sorry for ditching an Election pledge to wipe out graduate debt. In the Commons last week, Ms Rayner sparked...
  By Mo Bhana Prime Minister Theresa May’s approval ratings have taken a battering after it emerged that Labour leader; Jeremy Corbyn has scored his best ever rating and overtaken her. Forty-four per cent of adults say they are satisfied with the Labour leader, winning over people aged 18 to 34 in...
Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust has teamed up with West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service to support vulnerable people across the district who are at an increased risk of falling. The Trust has embarked on an 18 month project to train all firefighters across Bradford and Airedale to identify...
The International Biopic on the Last King of Punjab, Maharajah Duleep Singh, claims the ninth spot in the UK Box Office Charts The international film biopic on the poignant life story of the last King of Punjab – Maharajah Duleep Singh – also known as THE BLACK PRINCE, which...
By FATIMA PATEL She is the daughter of films star and entrepreneur Sunil Shetty and was launched by none other than Salman Khan. Although her first film didn’t set the cash registers tingling at the box office, she certainly didn’t go unnoticed and bagged a few awards for her debut...
Fancy getting into film or television? The film and television industry can sometimes feel like a maze of departments and roles, so what’s the best way to navigate it and how do you get your work noticed? Now you can get tips and advice on how to make it big...
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), the governing body for cricket in England and Wales, is planning to run a series of regional consultation workshops, including one in Bradford’s at the Carlisle Business Centre on 18 July from 7pm-9.30pm, to help improve its understanding and levels of engagement with...