Daily Archives: 29/09/2015

PARKLANE PROPERTIES: Investment opportunities not to be missed

As Leeds continues to build on its ever-growing reputation as the ‘capital of the north’, exciting investment opportunities continue to arise with a helping...

FISH DISH: Serving Britain’s favourite dish since 1968

There are some things in life that are quintessentially British – the Royal Family, a cup of tea and of course Fish and Chips. In...

Great Victoria Hotel: Bradford’s grandest wedding venue

Bradford’s city centre has undergone some major changes in recent history, with redevelopments and renovation work occurring across the region. One building however has remained...

Northern Halal Meat and Poultry: A ‘cut’ above the rest

Whether you own a restaurant, takeaway or catering business, there is only one supplier you need for all your halal approved meat and poultry...
The Artz-I partners (l-r) Fuad Khan, Tehreem Rasul and Mohammed Rasul

ARTZ-I: Showcasing Bradford’s finest collection of Islamic art

Whether you are looking for a unique gift for a special friend or a piece of art to act as a focal point in...

RAISING EXPLORERS: Fully-funded places available now

With the new school year now upon us, there has never been a better time for children to secure the afterschool care they deserve...
GIFTS: NADA’s chairman Amjad Aslam, General Secretary, Nazim Ali, and executive committee member, Mohammed Aslam, handed the presents over to Bradford Royal Infirmary’s senior play specialist, Alison Kay

Ensuring everyone has a ‘Happy Eid’

Toy distribution at Bradford Royal Infirmary As Muslims around the world celebrated Eid last week, one group of volunteers from Bradford headed down to their...
RESPONSE: Aid workers rushed to the scene to help the injured

Over 700 dead after Mecca crush: Tragedy hits hajj pilgrimage in Mina

At least 717 pilgrims have been killed and 805 injured in a stampede outside the holy city of Islam, Mecca, in what is the...
CLASS: Cristiano Ronaldo was accompanied by Syrian refugee, Zaid Mohsen, as he entered the pitch for Real Madrid’s tie with Granada earlier this month

A REAL-ly special moment

From fleeing refugee camp to walking side-by-side with Ronaldo As the biggest club in world football, Real Madrid rarely find themselves away from the public...
World champion boxer gets hands-on to help those fleeing conflict

King Khan lives up to his name

Amir Khan Foundation and Penny Appeal deliver special aid convoy from UK to refugees in Greece A special Amir Khan Foundation and Penny Appeal aid...

General Motors facing huge fine

General Motors in the USA is facing a penalty of £577 million for fitting faulty ignition switches to cars 13 years ago. The problem came...
ATTACK: French president, Francois Hollande, said the future of Syria cannot continue under the control of current leader, President Bashar al-Assad

French forces strike in Syria

Hollande approves attack for ‘safety’ of French and Syrian civilians French fighter jets destroyed an Islamic State (IS) training camp last weekend in what was...

Blood supermoon

People still associate astronomical phenomena with the apocalypse The Earth experienced a rare blood supermoon and lunar eclipse combo on 27th September. The supermoon total...
REWARD: The Baig family received their bravery awards from West Midlands Police deputy chief constable Dave Thompson after tackling a street robber in Wolverhampton last year

The crime-fighting family

Bravery award for determined mother and daughters A Dudley mum and her two daughters have been commended by West Midlands Police for helping to catch...
ADVOCATE: Speaking last week, International Development Secretary Justine Greening, said she wants to give women around the world the independence they merit

Breaking the ‘chains of dependency’

Lifting 30,000 families out of poverty in four years The UK will launch a new drive to tear down the barriers stopping women in the...

Hello langar, goodbye world hunger!

Langar Week goes international 5-11 October 2015 Langar Week’s inaugural year in 2014 was a huge success with over 30 events taking place across the...
FEARSOME: Experts say the number of rats could double to 160million by the end of this year - with some growing up to two feet long

Giant rats size of CATS terrorising neighbourhoods

A new breed of giant rats are allegedly terrorising binmen as they complete their morning rounds. The rodents have grown bigger, more fearless and more...
DEVASTATION: The bombs in 2006 targeted an overcrowded suburban network that carries around seven million people a day

Death sentence for five men for 2006 Mumbai train blasts

The Bombay High Court has sentenced five men to death and jailed seven for life for planning the bomb blasts that ripped through Mumbai...

Flower power: Green-fingered kids mark annual St Matthews Day

As children settle back into their academic lives following the summer holidays, one Bradford school invited their pupils, parents and staff to join in...
DETERMINED: Bhranti Naik and Zara Nasir will complete their daring skydive next month in aid of Give a Gift

Sky’s the limit: Give a Gift ambassadors ready for skydive in aid of local...

Two determined fundraisers from Leeds are preparing for the ‘tallest’ challenge of their lives next month as they fall from 15,000ft in aid of...

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