KEIGHLEY boxer Muhammad Ali has reached the quarter-finals of the AIBA World Championships in Qatar after beating Vincenzo Picardi on a split decision.
A CHARITY that works with people affected by substance misuse is reeling after thousands of pounds worth of computer equipment was stolen from its premises.
Bradley mortgage adviser over drugs-drive limit
A MORTGAGE advisor stopped for speeding in Bradley was over the drugs-drive limit, Skipton magistrates heard.
AN 18-year-old driver stopped for no insurance was almost three times over the drugs-drive limit, Skipton magistrates heard.
I LOVE talking to the older generation about baking and rekindling those forgotten regional recipes from yesteryear.
THE DUNWELLS, who played Keighley during their rise to national acclaim, are embarking on a new tour.
MAGICIAN Paul Daniels and a host of TV comedians will appear during Glusburn Institute’s new season.
A CHOIR which draws its members from across the region including Keighley has appointed a new professional musical director.
VICTORIAN thriller Gaslight will bring an autumn chill to the air at Keighley Playhouse next week.
STEETON Male Voice Choir members are getting excited about their concert this Saturday in Ilkley.
THE JAZZ Company Quintet will welcome tenor sax player Tom Luckett and jazz balladeer Sally Edmondson to the next gig.
THERE ARE four guided walks across the district this month as part of the busy autumn and winter season from Bradford Council.
TOURING theatre group The Jay Walkers hit the road again this month with its production of Blue Remembered Hills by Dennis Potter.
A PARKSIDE School student is taking a break from international concert performances to study for music exams.
NO TRICKS at Keighley Comedy Club this month, only hilarious treats.
THE COMEDY All-Stars are coming to Bingley Arts Centre tonight as part of the venue’s new season.
A KEIGHLEY district school has helped inspire its pupils to learn foreign languages by celebrating European Day of Languages.
THERE’S NO question who the Parkside School quiz kings and queens are!
CHOWING down with the Parkside School head were pupils from year eight and year nine.
MIGRANTS in Calais have benefited from Keighley people's generosity following a joint appeal organised by a charity shop and a town centre business.
A FUNDRAISER for two charities staged in Cross Roads raised more than £2,000.
DISABLED athletes and starving families will benefit from handouts by a Keighley charitable group.
A KEIGHLEY taxi boss is backing a councillor’s fight against drivers using Lancashire licenses in the town.
THE NUMBER of women across Airedale smoking in the final stages of pregnancy has fallen, new figures reveal.
FUN for all the family is promised at an event in Silsden Town Hall.
A KEIGHLEY resident has hit out at what he describes as a lack of visible police presence in the town.
BALLOT papers were sent to Keighley companies on Monday as part of the campaign to create a Business Improvement District (BID) in the town centre.
COMMUNITIES in and around Keighley have been invited to apply for a £10,000 grant to help improve the natural environment in their neighbourhoods.
A KEIGHLEY councillor has branched out to help residents plagued by overhanging trees.
A KEIGHLEY town councillor says he hopes schools will exploit the chance to get involved in a community fruit and vegetable growing project.
A TRAILBLAZING video directory has been launched in Keighley to showcase services and activities for disabled people.
A CARE trust which runs the mental health centre in the grounds of Airedale Hospital has been shortlisted for two top national awards.