A female pedestrian has died after being hit by a car in West Yorkshire.Police are appealing for witnesses following the fatal crash on Lonsdale Street, Bradford.Officers were called shortly before 3pm today (Monday, May 10) to reports of a collision involving a grey Citroen C1 and a pedestrian.
Man arrested after pedestrian is killed in Bradford A MAN has been arrested after a female pedistrian was killed in a fatal collison on a road in Bradford this afternoon.Police officers were called shortly before 3pm today (Monday, May 10) to reports of a collision involving a grey Citroen C1 and a pedestrian on Lonsdale Street.
Man jailed after giving false details to avoid convictions A BRADFORD man, who gave police false details to avoid speeding convictions, has been sent to jail.Jean Claude Iyoma, 54, of Gondal Court, told officers that three different people had been behind the wheel of his vehicles when they were caught speeding on separate occasions between 2017 and 2019.
Bradford’s joint managers Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars have been relieved of their duties with immediate effect.The pair were promoted from their roles as the club’s under-18s coaches to take caretaker charge in December and were appointed permanent joint managers for the final 19 games of the season.
Bradford ranked sixth worst UK city for blue badge parking BRADFORD has been ranked among the worst 10 UK cities for accessible parking for blue badge holders.A study by Nationwide Vehicle Contracts analysed Parkopedia data for 56 car parks to calculate the percentage of accessible car parks available in each location.
By Rowan Newman Community Reporter POLICE are appealing for the public’s help in reporting sightings of a 15-year-old boy who has been reported missing.Dennis Bagdnanovic is from Preston but has family and friends in Bradford and is believed to be in this area.The last confirmed sighting of him was in Preston on the evening of Saturday, May 1.
1,000 drivers expected to join Bradford taxi strike Thursday AN estimated 1,000 drivers are expected to take part in a taxi strike which will go ahead in Bradford from 6am to 6pm this Thursday.In a letter to Bradford Council, Asif Shah, chairman of The Bradford Taxi Action Group (BTAG), wrote: "Please be advised that BTAG has called for a taxi strike amongst members on Thursday, May 13, 2021 between 6am to 6pm.
IMAMS from across Bradford have urged the district’s Muslim community to “not get complacent” and to be mindful of Covid-19 rules ahead of Eid celebrations this week.With lockdown restrictions easing - and Eid being observed this week, marking the end of Ramadan - imams have said that, although this is “a time for celebration and happiness”, people should still “protect themselves, each other and wider society” by sticking to the rules.
An inmate who absconded from a prison in Doncaster has been on the run for over a week now.Almas Ullah, aged 33, left HMP Hatfield without authority on Sunday, May 2.He left the open prison at around 5.30pm and has not been seen since.
It has been a miserable start to the week Thunder and lightning is to be expected across Yorkshire this afternoon with heavy downpour s set to hit.The Met Office predicted today’s (Monday) weather would start off sunny but would develop into showers in the afternoon.
By Rowan Newman Community Reporter A WANTED criminal was caught after driving erratically and displaying tinted number plates in Bradford.The grey Audi was pulled over by PC Martin Willis, known on social media as ‘Motorway Martin’, who did not have any former knowledge that the driver was wanted.
Aldi is recruiting 23 store management staff across Leeds and Bradford - with salaries starting at £47k
Aldi is recruiting 23 store management staff across Leeds and Bradford as the supermarket continues growing across the region.Aldi is looking for three store managers and seven assistant store managers to join the teams across Leeds and Bradford, with 13 deputy store manager opportunities also available at various stores including Chapel Allerton, Bradford Road, Guiseley, and Holbeck.
Bradford-based LCF Law to host webiner on financial planning BRADFORD business owners can find out how to access the value in their business via a free webinar that is being run by two industry leading professionals later this month.Corporate lawyer Cathy Cook, from LCF Law, and Chartered Financial Planner, Alex Shields, from TPO (The Private Office), will take attendees through the financial life cycle of a business and the financial planning opportunities that have arisen from the recent 2021 Budget announcements.
By Mark Stanford Digital Reporter A NUMBER of people have appeared in court for dangerous dogs charges.The cases have only recently come to either Kirklees or Bradford & Keighley Magistrates' Court.Danielle Spence, 29, of Woodroyd Road, Bradford, was ordered to pay costs of £250 to West Yorkshire Police, after an application for an order for destruction of a dog, namely a Pit Bull, was made in accordance with Section 4B of the dangerous dogs act 1991.
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Police appeal about Bradford shop theft POLICE are asking for help to identify a person in relation to a shop theft in Bradford.The Caught On Camera image is in relation to a shop theft which took place on April 16 in Bradford.If you recognise any of this individuals, call 101, use the reporting options on the West Yorkshire Police website or report it anonymously to charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
LABOUR remain in power on Bradford Council, retaining the majority it needed to run the District during one of the most significant periods of its history.Like all areas of the country, Bradford faces a period where it will need to recover from the devastating impacts of Covid-19.
Aldi in management recruitment drive at its Bradford stores ALDI is recruiting new store management colleagues at its sites in Leeds and Bradford.The supermarket chain looking for three store managers and seven assistant store managers to join the teams across Leeds and Bradford, with 13 deputy store manager opportunities also available at various stores including Chapel Allerton, Bradford Road and Holbeck.
for Bradford-district businesses badly hit by lockdown A NEW round of grants opens today to help Bradford-district businesses badly hit by lockdown.Bradford Council says the latest Additional Restrictions Grants are available to the self-employed, sole traders and company directors of permanently home-based or mobile businesses in the leisure, entertainment, hospitality and events sectors, plus those delivering in-person services.
Display a tulip in a window for Mental Health Awareness Week TULIPS in parks and gardens across Bradford are known for lifting spirits, so for Mental Health Awareness Week people are being asked to get creative and place a tulip in their window.People can craft, crochet, draw, paint, crayon or colour in a tulip picture to display, or get out a trowel and place some blooming bulbs in a window box as a sign of support for Mental Health Awareness Week (May 10-16).
A NUMBER of people have recently been hit with fines at Bradford Magistrates’ Court for breaching Covid-19 rules.Erika Kis, 29, of Tivoli Place, Canterbury, Bradford, must pay a total of £2,021.On November 1 and 19 last year she participated in an indoors gathering of two or more people.