Eric the kitten is being cared for by a cat rescue centre after being attacked by a dog. He suffered serious injuries and three broken legs
A 37-year-old man has been arrested after the bodies of a man and woman were found in a flat in Bradford.
Four men who broke into the home of a Bradford man when he was asleep and threw acid over him have been jailed for a total of 126 years.
The family of a man who was murdered at his home in Bradford say they need help to find his killers. Clement 'Butch' Desmier's body was found at his house on Rowlestone Rise two years ago.
A post mortem examination revealed he died of multiple injuries.
– Family statement
It has been 2 years since our father was murdered and we are all still struggling with the fact that no one has been brought to justice. This year we should have been celebrating dad's 70th birthday and it’s another reminder that dad’s killers are out there, carrying on with their normal lives whilst our lives have been shattered. We feel that we need closure and we appeal to anyone with any information to contact West Yorkshire Police.
Early indications suggest that GCSE results in Bradford have fallen compared to last year.
Differences in grades were expected this year due to major changes to the way exams are assessed.
– Councillor Ralph Berry, Bradford Metropolitan District Council
At this very early stage it seems there may also have been a decline at various other local authorities in the region.
Nevertheless, we will be urgently analysing the figures and taking whatever action is necessary to ensure our young people are given the best possible education and the highest chances of success. As a local authority we have demonstrated that we take swift action whenever necessary to improve outcomes for young people and this is what we will continue to do.
Behind the headline figures we are of course hearing about numerous student and school success stories, for which individual pupils, their families and teachers can be very proud.
Former Great Britain centre Chev Walker has agreed a new 12-month contract with relegated Bradford.
Walker, 31, who played for Leeds and Hull KR before arriving at the Provident Stadium in 2010, is the seventh player to be retained for the Bulls' Championship campaign in 2015 and, with several additions, takes coach James Lowes' squad up to 13.
– Chev Walker
For me, firstly, it is a matter of paying the club back for the faith showed in me to begin with. And, secondly, it is about helping Bradford back into Super League - where they belong. I have already declared how much I love the place and am looking forward to what should be an exciting journey.
Walker, who now plays in the pack, has been out for a month with a hand injury but is hoping to make a return to action before the end of the season.
– James Lowes, Bradford Bulls coach
Before picking up his hand injury, Chev had certainly found some form and was looking really good. Chev is a very strong individual who offers our team a huge amount and it is great to have him secured for next season. He is vastly experienced and has performed at the top of the sport in a number of different scenarios. He will act as a real leader for us next year, guiding some of our younger recruits in what will be an exciting, yet challenging Championship campaign.
A journalist in Bradford has branded comments made by Bradford MP George Galloway "outrageous".
Nigel Grizzard of the Jewish Telegraph says the city has always enjoyed strong links with Israel and criticised the MP who declared Bradford an "Israel-free zone":
The Leader of Bradford Council says the city has a proud history of welcoming people which will be maintained.
Cllr David Green was speaking after it was revealed that West Yorkshire Police interviewed Bradford MP George Galloway after comments he made about Israel:
A Leeds MP has proposed a parliamentary motion for a rail link to be established between Leeds Bradford International Airport and nearby towns and cities in Yorkshire.
Greg Mulholland MP says supporting link would provide a boost for local jobs and the area's economy.
As new bidders for the the Northern Rail and TransPennine Express franchises are being consulted, Mr Mulholland says that any successful bid should include a commitment to creating the link.
– Greg Mulholland MP, Leeds North West
The Grand Départ of the Tour de France really showed the world what Yorkshire has to offer, and with the region now one of Europe's leading destinations, this will undoubtedly mean an increase in business and visitors to Yorkshire.
Leeds Bradford International Airport is vital to ensuring the region takes full advantage of its successes - a rail link connecting Yorkshire to the rest of the world will undoubtedly help provide a boost for local jobs and the regional economy.
Respect MP George Galloway has been interviewed under caution by police after making a speech in which he announced Bradford was an "Israel-free zone".
The left-wing MP stated in the speech that Israelis were not welcome in the city where he has a constituency.
West Yorkshire Police said it would investigate after footage of the speech, made in Leeds, circulated online.
He has now been interviewed voluntarily and the Crown Prosecution Service will decide whether any charges should follow.
Civic leaders are meeting in Bradford tonight to recognise the efforts of people in Yorkshire who raised around £6 million for charity during Ramadan.
The Bradford Council of Mosques, estimates that more than £200,000 was raised every day throughout the holy month.
Guests invited to the event include senior Yorkshire Imams, scholars and community leaders as well as the Charity Commission and the Department for International Development, which has already pledged £600 million in aid towards the Syrian crisis.
The event is co-hosted by the Bradford Council of Mosques and Faith Associates; a non-theological organisation which works with ethnic minority faith-based communities across the UK.
– Shaukat Warraich, Faith Associates
We have been overwhelmed by the unprecedented response of local communities across the UK. Bradford is the second in a series of special events celebrating local community fundraising efforts and is also a platform to discuss what more can be done to help the humanitarian relief efforts on the ground in conflict zones.