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How Tesco scheme is helping Bradford's Immanuel Project - Bradford Telegraph and Argus

How Tesco scheme is helping Bradford's Immanuel Project   Bradford Telegraph and Argus A BRADFORD charity has increased the level of care it provides to homeless and vulnerable people in the city through Tesco's Community Food…
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Raymond Kay jailed over Bradford woman's 1994 murder

Raymond Kay has been jailed over Amy Shepherd's murder at a sheltered housing complex in 1994.
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Raymond Kay guilty of Bradford woman's 1994 murder

Raymond Kay was found guilty of Amy Shepherd's murder at a sheltered housing complex in 1994.
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Wolfpack set for key battle with Toulouse

Win or lose this weekend, nothing changes for the Toronto Wolfpack.It is the most important game of the season to date, but the ramifications will not become clear until summer turns to fall.Regardless of the result between the top two teams in the Betfred Championship this weekend, the Wolfpack will remain in top spot. Toulouse Olympique will continue to snap at its heels.Toronto is trying to earn some breathing space. Toulouse is intent on suffocating the Wolfpack — just as it did two months a...
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North West 200: Dean Harrison sets Superbike pace in opening practice

Bradford rider Dean Harrison leads Superbike practice during a sun-splashed opening session at the North West 200.
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"I'm grappling with how I feel about that subject and that material. I do grapple with things. I grapple with things personally, and racially, and politically. What does it mean to be me?"

Said Marc Bradford, quoted in a "60 Minutes" interview — presented at CBS News along with video of interviews with other artists. Excerpt:Like Bradford, Chinese dissident Ai Weiwei thinks art should make a statement."I think every art, if it's relevant, is political," Ai told Holly Williams when she interviewed him for 60 Minutes in 2017.Years ago, at a social event, I was talking with a woman who'd worked hard to acquire the ability to make distinctive and aesthetically pleasing bowls and vases...
Tags: Law, Cbs News, Bradford, Ai, Ai Weiwei, 60 Minutes, Watts, Holly Williams, Race Consciousness, Ann Althouse, Art And Politics, Marc Bradford


Bradford care home girl 'married' at 15

A girl became pregnant and was allowed to live with older man while in care at 15.
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Bradford care home girl 'married abuser at 15'

A woman says she was allowed to live with an older man after becoming pregnant while in care at 15.
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One Woman Wrote 25,000 Letters for Wounded Soldiers Who Couldn’t

In 1917, the horrors of World War I were something entirely new to the world. “The War to End All Wars” inflicted horrible casualties and painful deaths in a way no one had ever seen before in the history of warfare. Mechanized vehicles, poison gas, trench-clearing shotguns, and even the constant mud and water that filled the trenches took its toll on the men who fought the war. Many of those wounded and dying from the new weapons of war found themselves laying next to Red Cross volunteer May Br...
Tags: History, Bradford, Red Cross, Genealogy, Genealogy News, Genealogyblog


Coachella 2019: How to have a tea party at the festival

Andrea Bradford and her friends wanted a bit of energy for their day at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on Friday. So they sat inside the Indio Central Market Friday afternoon drinking a green concoction made out of a powder from a ground-up plant. This wasn’t some new drug they snuck into Coachella, but rather tea. Sign up for our Festival Pass newsletter. Whether you are a Coachella lifer or prefer to watch from afar, get weekly dispatches during the Southern California music festiva...
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The minister who holds church services in Bradford pubs

Graeme Dutton is a Methodist minister who holds church-themed events in Bradford pubs.
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Mariners place reliever Chasen Bradford on 10-day injured list, recall right-hander Erik Swanson from Tacoma

Seattle recalled right-hander Erik Swanson from Class AAA Tacoma to take Bradford's spot on the roster and in the bullpen
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Bradford boy, 16, 'made bomb and planned rampage'

He also said he was going to carry out a school shooting and praised Adolf Hitler, a court hears.
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Woman staged fall at Bradford store to claim payment

Farida Ashraf tripped over a crate placed by accomplices and tried to claim £3,000 for injuries.
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Lyle Taylor: Bradford investigate racist tweets sent to Charlton striker

Bradford are investigating racist messages sent to Charlton striker Lyle Taylor on Twitter after Saturday's League One game.
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The shed helping children talk about their problems

A shed in a Bradford park is the site of sessions which help children open up about their feelings.
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Yorkshire Water: 'Violent threats' halt Bradford water work

Water engineers will not carry out planned repairs in a Bradford district "until further notice".
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Bradford sexual abuse victim calls for public inquiry

Fiona Goddard says many girls in Bradford were victims of sexual abuse but have not come forward.
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Bradford grooming pair hid drugs in court toilet

Child groomers Naveed Akhtar and Fahim Iqbal hid the drugs in a toilet at Bradford Crown Court.
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Fire at large four-storey mill in Bradford

Some 50 firefighters were at the scene of the blaze in Great Horton Road, Bradford.
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Firefighters tackle large Bradford mill blaze

A four-storey mill on Great Horton Road in Bradford is ablaze and 50 firefighters are in attendance.
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Wild pig chase

Symbols of a boar appear all over Bradford, but why is the city associated with a wild pig?
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testing what are the odds

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The choir helping Bradford's asylum seekers and refugees

The Friendship Choir in Bradford helps asylum seekers and refugees.
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Teen 'Furries' on what their costumes mean to them

Two teenage girls from Bradford talk about what it means to be part of the "Furries" movement.
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Roads 'like the Wild West'?

Driving in Bradford has been described by some as "horrible, dangerous and like the Wild West".
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Tower block resident on life in a Bradford high-rise

Margaret has spent half her life in the tower block, with the site now due to be demolished.
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Bradford car meet to show off ‘pride and joy’

A Bradford car lover has turned his hobby into his profession in the car-mad city.
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Bradford schoolchildren act as mental health mentors

Children in Bradford are learning how to support each other with mental health.
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'Day timers': the club events that brought young British Asians together

A new exhibition showcases Bradford’s underground music scene, which offered a cultural haven and spawned a generation of DJs Related: From blaring bhangra to the new grime: 30 years of brilliant British Asian broadcasting For the influx of South Asian immigrants to Bradford in the 1950s and 1960s, a sense of home would have been difficult to come by. Asian cafe jukeboxes and Bollywood movies may have provided some cultural connection, but it was not until the late 1980s that this British Asia...
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