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By ANISAH ARIF Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust has appointed Patrick Scott as chief operating officer. Mr Scott has extensive senior level NHS experience across both hospital and community services, and will be a voting member of the Board and the executive operational lead for the Trust’s mental health, learning...
Weather forecasters have warned freezing rain is expected to result in the rapid development of widespread ice, with very dangerous travelling conditions likely. The Met Office have put the weather warning to amber for the Yorkshire region. Here is what to expect Injuries from slips and falls and danger to...
By GRAHAME ANDERSON Asian Sunday reports on the latest Brexit developments The Prime Minister is facing a weekend of soul searching after returning home from the EU summit empty handed despite an earlier passionate presentation to European leaders. Her words also aimed at winning a few more weeks of intricate work...
By ANISAH ARIF “That time of the Month” is every woman’s saying when having to explain to your colleagues not to annoy her for the next week. What feels like a knife in your stomach, is the menstruation cycle that comes every month for a woman going through her period. However,...
By ANISAH ARIF The Bridge Institute have released a report which reveals that Muslim women are less likely to be in paid employment compared to non-Muslim women. Other findings show that Muslims in the UK have the lowest employment rate of 47.2 per cent as well as the highest pay gap...
By ANISAH ARIF At 10:30am on 17th December, in Canary Wharf station, in the heart of the financial district, international humanitarian charity, Penny Appeal will be unveiling 5 life-size ice statues symbolising homeless families to promote their winter campaign. The frozen family will depict the plight of the 140* families...
By ANISAH ARIF Kirklees Council  are replacing hundreds of vehicles including bin wagons and street sweepers at the cost of £4m. Between 2018 and 2021, sixty vehicles will hit the streets and 24 of which will be ULEV (Electric Ultra Low Emission Vehicle) vans. More than 40 vehicles have already been bought,...
By ANISAH ARIF A care home in Dewsbury, that received poor ratings from inspectors, is on the up and go after receiving “Good” rating in all areas. Ashworth Grange in Dewsbury became controversially popular when it hit the headlines in January earlier this year, after it was revealed the owner, Ideal...
By ANISAH ARIF Bradford Council staff have collectively come together to lead on the idea of creating ‘reverse advent calendars’ in order to raise donations for the Bradford Metropolitan Food Bank. A reverse advent calendar is about instead of eating a piece of chocolate every day, people are being asked to...
By ANISAH ARIF The Lord Mayor of Bradford will visit the the Royal Mail Office ahead of the busy Christmas season. Councillor Zafar Ali, will arrive at the Keighley Delivery Office on Friday 21 December to see first-hand the operation of delivering Christmas posts. He will also use this opportunity to pass...