Elections watchdog calls for plans to restrict postal voting and introduce ballot box identity checks to crack down on polling fraud.
With like-for-like sales falling at Morrisons, the pressure is on the supermarket chain to enter the online market.
A 32-year old man from Bradford has been sentenced to three years in prison for fraud offences.
Bollywood superstar Jackie Shroff is visiting Bradford's Media Museum to mark 100 years since the first public screening of the first Indian feature film Raja Harishchandra.
Jackie is an award-winning actor and star of more than 150 Indian and Bollywood films, including Hero; Devdas; Ram Lakhan; Parinda; 1942: A Love Story; Gardish; Rangeela.
Hero, his own film, was released 30 years ago this year and he has received several Bollywood industry awards including a special prize for outstanding contribution to Indian cinema in 2007.
“I am delighted to be visiting Bradford, the world’s first UNESCO City of Film, and the National Media Museum, to join their celebrations around 100 years of Indian cinema.
– Bollywood star Jackie Shroff
“I know the city of Bradford has organised many events to mark this anniversary and it will be a pleasure to attend some myself, to talk about the significance of Indian cinema and see the impact it has made elsewhere in the world. _
"I would also like to say thank you to the Asian Express newspaper for supporting my visit.”_
Strictly Come Dancing runner-up Chelsee Healey is to star in a spectacular Bollywood TV version of the classic opera Carmen live from Bradford.
The actress joins a cast including former EastEnders star Preeya Kalidas in the title role and Indian film actor Abhay Deol.
Waterloo Road star Healey said: "I'm playing a character called Shazzy, she's a fun loving girl who likes to party, she's a bit mischievous which is me all over so I don't reckon I'm going to be doing any acting."
The free hour-long show will be broadcast from Bradford's City Park and more than half of the tickets will be put aside for local people.
Bizet's original opera is set in Spain. Bollywood Carmen will take place on June 9 and will be shown on BBC Three.
Two years ago the channel produced a live version of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in Leeds.
Former Bradford Grammar pupil Dylan Wilk returned to his old school today to tell his rag-to-riches life story.**
Raised on a council estate in Leeds by his mother, Dylan attended Bradford Grammar on an assisted place between 1985 - 1991. **
After leaving school he became the 9th richest under 30 year old in the UK thanks to Gameplay, the video games company he started in his kitchen and later sold to entertainment giant Sony.**
He was also involved in the creation of the first platform game and its character - Lara Croft and Tombraider.**
Dylan, now lives in the Phillipines where he deotes much of his time helping some of the poorest people in the world. He is co-founder and vice-president of Human Nature, a social enterprise leader in the market of organic cosmetics **
Former Dancing on Ice and X Factor star Chico will be joining the cast of 'Aladdin' at the Bradford Alhambra Theatre this year. He will be playing the role of 'Slave of the Ring'. He'll be joining Bradford pantomime king Billy Pearce who will be returning for his fifteenth Alhambra pantomime.
Bradford Bulls have been granted a new Super League licence for 2014. The Bulls were given only a 12 month provisional licence last September after being taken out of administration by local businessman Omar Khan and Bradford MP Gerry Sutcliffe.
They have now been put on the same footing as the other 13 Super League clubs whose current three year licences expire at the end of next season.
RFL's director of licensing and standards Blake Solly said: "Bradford have delivered good crowds with people paying full rate for their season tickets and the team are obviously performing very well on the pitch. "They're working very hard to make sure the club is a sustainable business."
Bollywood superstar Jackie Shroff will be delighting fans in Bradford, as he visits the city to mark the100th birthday of the first Indian Feature film. May 3, 1913, saw the premiere of Raja Harishchandra.
And Jackie Shroff will be at the National Media Museum on Friday as part of the centenary celebrations. The award-winning actor and star of more than 150 Indian and Bollywood films over the past 30 years has received several Bollywood industry awards.
He said: “I am delighted to be visiting Bradford, the world’s first UNESCO City of Film, and the National Media Museum, to join their celebrations around 100 years of Indian cinema. Since then Indian cinema has become a global sensation that inspires millions of fans."
“I know the city of Bradford has organised many events to mark this anniversary and it will be a pleasure to attend some myself, to talk about the significance of Indian cinema and see the impact it has made elsewhere in the world. "
The National Media Museum exhibition Bollywood Icons: 100 Years of Indian Cinema runs to June 16, 2013.
A woman who was reported missing from Bradford has been found safe and well. 28-year-old Lorenza Ullah was found in Clayton last night.
There are growing calls for new road safety measures to be installed outside a school in Bradford after the death of a 51-year-old grandmother.
Mary Byrne died moments after stepping from a taxi outside her home in Mandale Road.
Three people have been bailed by police as inqiries into her death continue.
Meanwhile parents at the school - which is attended by Mary's granddaughter - say speed restrictions must be put in place on the road before someone else dies.
Holidaymakers at Leeds Bradford Airport may have spotted some unusual passengers making their way through the departure lounge today.
A team of trainee guide dog puppies have been put through their paces at the airport. It's all part of their training schedule before they graduate to full guide dog status. Sally Simpson reports.