• Councillors subject of a witch hunt - claim

    Keighley Mayor, Councillor Brian Hudson, has strongly rejected suggestions that the town council is "undemocratic". However, he added he believed two of its councillors had been the subject of a "witch hunt". He was responding to public reaction

  • Drivers fined after parking at mosque

    A man fined after parking outside a Keighley mosque is warning others to be wary in case they are hit with a £90 penalty. David Tea, from Wheatland Lane, in Keighley, had a ticket slapped on his vehicle windscreen less than two minutes after parking

  • Kitchen gutted in blaze

    Fire severely damaged the kitchen of a house in the Fell Lane area of Keighley. The occupant was alerted to the blaze yesterday teatime by a smoke detector, and she and her daughter escaped unhurt. The fire - which also caused smoke damage to the rest

  • Plea to use dog fostering service

    A group which looks after the pet dogs of people fleeing domestic violence is urging victims in South Craven to make use of its service. The Dog's Trust 'Freedom Project' provides a free and confidential fostering service for dogs belonging to families

  • Richard is remembered at soccer tournament

    Colleagues, relatives and friends of a Keighley employee who died in 2006 paid tribute to him by staging a charity football tournament. Richard Carter, who was senior service manager at Sunwin Motor Group's Peugeot Keighley dealership, died aged 46 after