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Culture win could pile pressure on food safety team

Council bosses will be asked to pump more resources into Bradford’s already stretched food safety team as the District prepares for a City of...

Key city site for sale

A large development site in a Bradford city centre conservation area has gone on the market. The land on Sunbridge Road was, until recently, home...

Fourth annual Pitha Mela hosted by BEAP Community Partnership

A fair where thirteen women battled it out to be named as a top pastry maker in Bradford was held in Manningham, yesterday. BEAP Community...

Man jailed for six months for selling counterfeit cigarettes

A man was jailed for six months last week after he was found guilty of selling illegal cigarettes. On Thursday 16 June, Aziz Salah Abdullah...

Law student wins a car in mock trials competition

A first-year law student at the University of Bradford has won a car in the University of Bradford 2022 mock trials competition. Hussain Alkachkach took...

Almost 40 traffic offences in Bradford reported to police on Sunday through day of action

Nearly 40 traffic offences were reported to police in a day of action by special constables with the Operation Steerside Enforcement Team. Twelve special constables...

Transport strikes to cause a week’s worth of disruption across West Yorkshire

Delays and disruption to public transport across West Yorkshire are expected this week following the largest rail strike since 1989 across the country. Over 50,000...

Car tracking gang jailed for targeting homes of Chinese business owners

A criminal gang who put high-tech tracking devices on the cars of Chinese business owners in Leeds to target their homes for burglary have...

Asian Standard’s own editor Fatima Patel wins big at Asian Women of Achievements Awards

Asian Standard’s own editor and managing director won big at the Asian Women of Achievements (AWA) Awards last night. Held in a respected Park Lane...

Talented Beckfoot Allerton primary school pupil raises £140 through selling paintings for refugee families

A ten-year-old pupil from Beckfoot Allerton Primary School and nursery has raised £140 to buy much-needed food and toiletry items for refugee families in...

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