Farooq Rashid was arrested by officers from Counter Terrorism Policing North East in October 2016 as part of an intelligence led inquiry.Read the full story ›
The magician, from Bradford, has been laid low with ill health since last summer.Read the full story ›
A bus and car have been involved in a collision in the Allerton area of Bradford.
West Yorkshire police traffic officers posted the picture of the crash on social media.
No one was injured despite the front of the bus and back of the car being severely damaged.
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Labour has increased its majority in Bradford after another strong showing in yesterday's local elections.
A third of the council, 30 seats in total, were being contested.
Labour gained four seats. The Conservatives also picked up one, with the Liberal Democrats finishing outside the top three in many areas.
Former leader of the council, Ian Greenwood, who lost his seat and the leadership in 2012 became a councillor in Bolton and Undercliffe overnight.
This is the new composition of the council:
- Labour - 52
- Conservative - 22
- Liberal Democrat - 8
- Independent - 3
- Green Party - 2
- The Independents - 2
- Queensbury Independents - 1
A man who murdered his partner - a woman from Bradford - at the home they shared in Derby has been jailed for 33 years.Read the full story ›
A man wanted for a number of burglaries has been arrested after being discovered hiding under a bed in Bradford.
The man was wanted in connection with five burglary offences, a theft of a car and was also on recall to prison.
He was detained in Allerton this morning.
Police in Bradford have issued an appeal to drivers after they attended a crash involving an ambulance.
A road traffic officer posted a picture on Twitter of the damaged emergency vehicle and an Audi following the incident, along with the message: "Please be careful when pulling out on emergency vehicles with blue lights and sirens! Look, look and look again."
It is not known if anyone was injured in the incident.
The great and the good of the curry industry came together in Bradford last night for the first ever Bradford Curry Awards.Read the full story ›
People are being encouraged to check they have had two doses of MMR vaccine following confirmation that measles is circulating.Read the full story ›
A 23-year-old woman has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of her 18-month-old son who plunged to his death from a block of flats in Bradford.
Gemma Procter denied the murder of Elliot Procter but her plea of manslaughter of the grounds of diminished responsibility was accepted by the prosecution at Bradford Crown Court today.
Elliot died after plunging from the sixth floor of Newcastle House at Barkerend last October.
Gemma Procter will be sentenced on June 15th