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  • Anger at 'happy slap' case comments

    The stepfather of the man killed in the so-called "happy slap" attack has poured scorn on the comments made by the mother of the teenage girl who filmed the assault. Keighley newsagent Dave Wiseman said the mum must take responsibility for her daughter's

  • DVD: Sigur Rós - Heina

    With a 97 minute feature film that sports brand new material and also songs from all four of the band's albums across a two disc set as well as footage from all 16 locations the band toured in 2006, Sigur Rós have made a beautiful and intelligent documentary

  • Off The Wall the best experience?

    Possibly the best concert experience you will ever see. That's the BBC's opinion of Off The Wall who are currently touring their Pink Floyd tribute. The band, which includes members from the Worth Valley, boasts stunning visuals and spectacular lighting

  • Sutton musical selling fast

    Tickets are already selling well for Sutton Amateurs' next show two months in advance of opening night. Back to the 80s is a Grease-style comedy set in an American High School during the 1980s. A host of famous 80s pop songs punctuate the light-hearted

  • Police tracking down sat-nav thieves

    A police "capture car" designed to bait thieves is now operating in Keighley - and has had its first success. The unmarked vehicle contains valuable items to attract would-be thieves and is parked up in crime hotspot areas. But the car is fitted with

  • Wardens again get a reprieve

    Street wardens are set for another reprieve after Bradford Council's executive agreed to keep a transitional service in place for up to a year. It follows discussions over who will be responsible for their duties when the current service in Keighley

  • Events planned for pub week

    A week of social activities to raise awareness of the importance of the threatened British pub kicks off this Saturday. The series of events is being organised by the Keighley and Craven branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) as part of a national

  • Children get hands on Egypt

    A mummification demonstration, a chance to handle ancient artefacts and real Egyptian papyrus were the highlights of a family activity day at Cliffe Castle Museum on Tuesday. Children also learned how to decipher basic Egyptian hieroglyphics during the