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Vandals trash Bradford community centre

Vandals trash Bradford community centre

Yobs trashed a community centre  last weekend in what has been described as a ‘deliberate act of vandalism.’ The discovery was made by a volunteer at the Pakistan and Worldwide Link Community Centre and found that Vandals had broken into the building, wreaking havoc on everything in sight.

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Bradford is doing enough to protect vulnerable young people, investigation finds

Bradford is doing enough to protect vulnerable young people, investigation finds

The city’s children’s service was called ‘a beacon of good service’ by top authorities last night following concerns that a number of children of children across the city were at risk of being abused. The Children’s Services Committee was praised by the city’s safeguarding board after the investigation was triggered upon the revelation that around 100 children faced a real […]

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“They erased my son from the planet” Keighley Father begs for justice after son’s death

“They erased my son from the planet” Keighley Father begs for justice after son’s death

  By Alex Rhodes A father has pleaded for anyone with information to contact West Yorkshire Police following a fresh appeal to find those responsible for killing his autistic son, in a house fire, in April, 2009. David Clough told BCB that the past five years have been ‘like hell’ for him knowing that his 12-year-old son was killed in […]

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Residents feel unsafe in Bradford

Residents feel unsafe in Bradford

By Anders Anglesey Bradford residents do not feel safe in their city according to a survey published by YouGov earlier today. The poll, based on residents perceptions, declared Bradford as Britain’s least safe city and was the only city out of a shortlist of ten major cities where the majority of respondent s feeling unsafe (42%) rather than safe (35%). […]

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Appeal to find relatives of pensioner found dead in Bradford

Appeal to find relatives of pensioner found dead in Bradford

By Anders Anglesey Coroners have issued an appeal to relatives of Trevor Dalby to come forward after he was found dead at an address in Little Horton, last weekend. The 67-year-old died of natural causes at his home in Seldon Street, last Sunday, and coroners are eager for relatives or anyone with information to contact Coroners Officer Symone Holmes on […]

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Revolutionary robotic surgery sees three times as many cancer operations in Bradford since 2012

Revolutionary robotic surgery sees three times as many cancer operations in Bradford since 2012

By Anders Anglesey Surgeons will observe a pioneering robotic operation tomorrow that has helped sufferers of prostate cancer recover more quickly after surgery. The robot-assisted procedure allows surgeons to use finer instruments, in a more precise manner that causes less damage and blood loss to the body, which can lead to a speedier recovery for the patient. Bradford Teaching Hospitals’ […]

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Narrow escape after floor collapses at baby’s birthday party

Narrow escape after floor collapses at baby’s birthday party

By Alex Rhodes A baby’s first birthday party almost ended in tragedy when the kitchen floor collapsed at a house in Bradford. Five people plunged through the floor and into the cellar at a property in West Bowling on Saturday. Three fire engines attended the scene and two people were taken to hospital for treatment. Fortunately none of the injuries […]

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Second Royal baby on the way for Will and Kate

The Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant with her second child, Clarence House has announced this morning. Like her first pregnancy, Kate is suffering severe morning sickness and being treated today by doctors at Kensington Palace. She has cancelled an appearance at a planned engagement in Oxford. The Queen and members of both families are delighted with the news.

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Pensioner threatened and car jacked in Bradford

Pensioner threatened and car jacked in Bradford

A 68-year-old pensioner was threatened and forced out of his car by two men on Rooley Avenue, at 10.40am, yesterday morning. The pair, dressed in dark clothing, approached the pensioner’s Red Ford Focus before they threatened and forced him out of his car then drove towards Staygate Roundabout. The man was shocked, but was not harmed during the incident. Detective […]

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Risks posed by e-cigarettes downplayed by health experts

Risks posed by e-cigarettes downplayed by health experts

By Liam Smedley Researchers have said the devices could save thousands of lives and are critical of the World Health Organisation’s claim that e-cigarettes can lead young people to take up smoking later in life. The health experts, from University College London, have suggested that around 6,000 premature deaths could be prevented for every 1 million smokers should they made […]

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