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REACHING THE TOP: Over 136 climbers attempted to climb Mount Snowden to raise money after their classmate died from cancer

Fundraising summit seekers: School raises thousands after young student dies of cancer

A high school in Halifax has managed to raise over £21,000 in charity after one […] Read More
DANGER: Despite receiving no pay for their fight with Daesh, Peshmerga forces continue to battle with their weapons

The ‘voice’ of Peshmerga: Bradford teacher writes about life on the front line in the fight against Daesh

A former Bradford Grammar School teacher has swapped the classroom for the frontline as he […] Read More
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 Opening of Hussain Architectural Design on Plane St in Blackburn.
 Co-partner Saira Hussain.

Hot property: Luminary architect paves the way in a ‘male dominated’ industry

From budding beginnings at a small desk in a market town in Lancashire, to blossoming […] Read More
FILM NIGHT: Debbani Ghosh wanted ‘to do something different’ for the Bengali community of Leeds, so has decided to host a film night

Sights set on the big screen: Council funded association celebrates International Day of Older People

On Saturday 22nd October, the Association of Blind Asians – funded by Leeds City Council […] Read More

Be a p-ART of Bradford College: College to hold art and creative conference

Year 13 school pupils who are contemplating a career in art, design or the creative […] Read More
TACKLING OBESITY: Professor at Leeds Beckett University, Pinki Sahota, welcomed the government’s obesity plan aimed at addressing the major public health crisis

A huge problem: Leeds event to share findings to tackle obesity

A 2013 study by the United Nations concluded that the UK obesity rate had trebled […] Read More
ENTERPRIZING SPIRIT: Amen Dhesi is aiming to tackle the huge problem of mental health by creating a new initiative called ‘Imagine Bradford’

Positive thinking: Imagining better mental health care for all

A young man from Wrose in Bradford - who is currently studying a Masters in […] Read More
COMMENDED: Leadership at Oasis Academy Lister Park was rated as ‘Good’ by Ofsted with Principal, Ian Simpson, praised in the report

Leading by example: Principal praised as school taken out of special measures

Teachers and staff at a secondary school in Manningham say they remain ‘determined and dedicated […] Read More
INNOVATIVE: Dr Farouk Balouchi unveiled the Tracksure project at the Railway Condition Monitoring conference in Birmingham

Delays to be ‘stopped in their tracks’

The future of train travel for commuters Falling behind schedule due to a delayed train […] Read More
GROUNDBREAKING TALKS: Matt Ogston (left) and Ahmer Bashir from Project Light UK visited Bradford College to tell his tragic story and encourage students challenge religious homophobia

“You are not alone”: Bereaved partner talks about religion and homophobia in Bradford

A charity campaigner, whose Asian partner committed suicide after his family rejected his sexuality, was […] Read More
SURVIVOR: Paveen Yaqub was on board an aid ship when it was attacked by Israeli Commanders

‘Disappointed but not deterred’

High court adjourned as Gaza freedom flotilla fight continues Families and friends of those killed […] Read More
IN THE RUNNING: In his time as the Positive Action Co-ordinator with West Yorkshire Police, PC Amjad Ditta has worked hard to promote diversity in the Force’s recruitment

Positive award for positive cop: Police officer nominated for promoting the Force

A West Yorkshire police officer, whose work over the past six months has helped create […] Read More

Young carer of the Year: Caring sibling wins Princely prize

A thoughtful nine-year-old from Ravensthorpe, whose care for his siblings highlights the true meaning of […] Read More
LOVING LIFE: Three city slickers could be seen enjoying their free Langar

Loving Langar in Leeds: Everyone can find free meals in Sikh temples

Hundreds of people headed down to Dortmund Square on Friday 7th October, as locals in […] Read More

Dance troupes, ponies and a big turn out

Martin House’s Open Day welcomes hundreds of visitors Over 400 people headed down to Boston […] Read More