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Masterchef semi-finalist Radha confesses: “I only started cooking during lockdown…”

Byline: Andrew Vaux “Having watched MasterChef with my mum and dad from when I was a child,...

Commonwealth Games honour: Bradford sports champ selected for Queen’s Baton Relay

Byline: Andrew Vaux A Bradford sports’ champion is flying the flag for Yorkshire and the Humber as one...

FRANCE: ‘It’s a good thing that Marine Le Pen has been...

Marine Le Pen ‘represents racism, Islamophobia and her party is rooted in the fascist Front Nationale’ say anti-racism group

ExploreStation to launch second round of engagement in national conversation on...

7N Architects, proposed kit of parts for a railway station The public is being invited to take part...

Ukraine: Fears of besiegement, bloodshed and displacement in eastern regions

While many younger people have been able to flee from several locations, there are tens of thousands of elderly – many...

BRAVEHEART: Little Sawda at her happiest now following 13-hour heart surgery

Bradford mum “forever grateful” for life-saving children’s charity, and requests people to donate this Ramadan so other families can get the...

Charlies Takeover: Volunteers roll up there sleeves at dessert shop to...

Volunteers from across the country came together for a bit of fun preparing yummy desserts at Charlie’s Factory. The...

Bradford’s filmmakers backed by Channel 4 with £50,000 fund

A major new resource for Bradford’s filmmakers backed by Channel 4 has been launched at the Impact Hub in the city.

Final call for performers, DJs, digital artists and workshop leaders to...

Neighbourhood Festival Sites will be hosted in seven locations across Birmingham during Games timeTime is running out for DJs, performers and digital...

500 food parcels, and 601 live goats for poverty-stricken families

Byline: Nazim Ali I have recently returned from Pakistan (my parents homeland) having fundraised for and distributed 500...

Sultana Tafadar makes history as the first hijab-wearing criminal barrister QC

“There have been times I have been mistaken for the defendant or the interpreter." - Barrister Sultana Tafadar

Acclaimed musician returns to Leeds with new theatre piece inspired by...

Inspired by the chaos, creativity and colour of Indian kite festival, a new dance/theatre performance transports its audience to the world-famous kite...

Know the symptoms of a heart attack – cardiologist says ‘it’s...

The early symptoms of a heart attack don’t always feel severe. It can be easy to dismiss the early signs of a heart...

ENOUGH! Communities must to come together to help take action on...

The ENOUGH! campaign is an important step, sending a powerful message that violence against women and girls cannot go on, and...

Man charged over Sabita Thanwani murder

(Above) Sabita was a student at the University of London. It’s believed Maher Maaroufe was in a relationship with her.

CHRONOTYPES: Body clock expert recommends setting exams later in the day...

Teens tend to be less alert in the morning. Those with a late chronotype - which includes most teenagers and young...

Leeds becomes the first in UK to use artificial intelligence in...

The breast imaging service at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is the first in the UK to introduce a new artificial intelligence...

Mum discovers she has potentially fatal brain condition two years after...

A mum diagnosed with a potentially fatal brain condition more than two years after a Hospital Trust failed to spot a tumour...

Tax Credits and Child Benefits payments could stop for some claimants...

Time is running out for people who collect their payments using a Post Office account. Less than a month left to...

Dating’s dangerous secrets: More under 20s sexually assaulted after meeting offenders...

The NCA’s Serious Crime Analysis Section (SCAS), which supports police investigations into serious sexual assaults committed by strangers, released the new...

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