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By ANISAH ARIF Publishers of the Asian Sunday have now launched a new regional title in Kirklees. The historic occasion took place at the Dewsbury Town Hall on Thursday 29th November where people from the political, business and education sector as well as locals gathered. Guests witnessed the unveiling the very first...
By ANISAH ARIF We all know Juggy D back from the early 2000’s where he created a new Urban Indian genre into the music scene. He topped the UK national charts with his first Punjabi language album which won the hearts of many. Juggy D is known for breaking the dance...
By ANISAH ARIF A conference will take place tomorrow on Saturday 1st December 2018 at the University of Bradford focusing on safeguarding students in supplementary schools. Supplementary schools, more commonly known as complementary schools, make up a major part of the education sector and it is estimated that more than 10,000...
By ANISAH ARIF The Weather Ready campaign by the Met Office is being encouraged in the district of Bradford to prepare resident’s for winter. Bradford Council is supporting the campaign and has put winter plans and preparations in place for the next few months. Ten new gritter wagons have been hired by...
By ANISAH ARIF A civic reception for the Bradford Bulls took place on yesterday on Wednesday 28th November. The Lord Mayor of Bradford, Councillor Zafar Ali was delighted to host the reception to celebrate the bulls successfully achieving promotion to the Championship. After their superb play-off victory against Workington, the players staff...
By ANISAH ARIF Bradford Council is making use of Small Business Saturday to highlight the aid and support that gives to local small businesses. The City Centre’s Growth Scheme, which is a scheme by the Council, celebrated it’s sixth birthday at the end of November. The District Growth Scheme was launched...
A 16-year-old boy is to be charged with assault over an attack on a 15-year-old Syrian refugee at a school in Huddersfield police have said. It is believed the attack happened at Almondbury Community School on October 25, but a video of the incident emerged on social media this week...
By ANISAH ARIF Bradford Council are replaying the hugely infamous nocturnal mini-festival, Illuminate Bradford in it’s multi-award winning City Park on 30 November to 2 December. Three days of magical acts will take place as the park will be packed with amazing performances, interactive installations and colourful street theatre. World-leading 3D projection...
By ANISAH ARIF The MP for Bradford West and Shadow Minister for women and equalities, Naz Shah, opened Islamic Relief’s new office on Saturday 24 November at Legrams Terrace in BD7. The MP has been a long-term devotee of the charity and an ambassador for the organisation’s Honour Her campaign, which...
By ANISAH ARIF The council’s budget proposals for 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 will be discussed next month at Bradford’s Council’s Executive meeting. The report aims to set out an update on previous budget decisions, proposed Council Tax and a proposed update to the Council’s four-year budget plan agreed in February 2017 to...
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