• Life for father who killed wife

    A ‘devoted’ father who murdered his young wife after she took a lover and threatened to leave him was jailed for life by a judge at Bradford Crown Court. Khurram Bhatti, 32, must spend a minimum of 11 years behind bars before he can be considered

  • 20,000 indecent images found on Keighley man's computer

    A 30-year-old man found with nearly 20,000 indecent images of children on his computer has been sentenced to a three-year community order. Police seized the computer after executing a search warrant at a flat where Christopher Fletcher had been

  • BOOK: Guilty Wives -- James Patterson

    This year's summer standalone novel from the Patterson fiction factory is, as usual, as slick and shiny as a sun-bronzed lotion-daubed beach body. But look beneath the glistening surface and the body's bloated and dried out: and you won't want to

  • GAMES: The Amazing Spider-man

    Swinging around Manhattan as Spidey on lightning-fast strands of web has always been fun, right back to the days of the original Playstation. But, lots of Spider-man games later, it takes something special -- snazzy new moves, fantastic visuals,

  • Books for young teens

    Young teens have their first crush, try to find a new identity and travel through time in light-hearted new paperbacks from Scholastic. Susie Day's coming-of-age story The Twice-Lived Summer of Bluebell Jones sees Bluebell turn 13 and begin looking

  • Men arrested over street attack are released on police bail

    Seven men arrested following an attack in a Keighley street have been released on police bail. Investigations are continuing into the incident, which happened shortly after 5pm on Tuesday. A group of Asian men got out of a red Toyota Corolla

  • Hall of Fame honour for Keighley pair

    Two former Keighley rugby league players are to be inducted into the club’s Hall of Fame tomorrow. Garfield Owen and Keith Dixon will be given the honour during a ceremony in the Hall of Fame bar at 7.30pm. Owen was signed by the club – which

  • Brothers on a Rowell for Haworth

    Craven League Division One leaders Haworth opened up a four-point lead with a seven-wicket win at home to bottom side Embsay. The visitors made a creditable 197-9, with Duncan Ward notching 74 and Nathan Robinson 31 as Damian Rowell claimed 4-31

  • Demonstration is proof democracy is alive and well

    The question can rightly be asked. Just what was the point of the EDL demonstration last weekend? In a perverse sort of way it could be claimed it put the vile crime of ‘grooming’ children back in the public eye. That could have been done without

  • Keighley Cougars chairman rebuffs administration rumours

    Cougars chairman Gary Fawcett has denied the club are in financial difficulties and revealed all players and staff have been fully paid up to date. Rumours circulated earlier this week that Cougars were again in the midst of a monetary crisis,

  • Wilkinson and Pearson in spotlight for Keighley

    It has been a good week for two of Keighley’s most promising youngsters. Jonny Wilkinson is among four JCT600 Bradford League players to have been selected for Yorkshire Under-19s to face Middlesex in a two-day game at Undercliffe today and tomorrow

  • From pub history to memorials - your views

    We can help children with autism flourish The return to school after the summer  holidays  is a difficult time for many children, but it can be particularly  hard for children with autism, many of whom find it hard to make friends

  • Husband to be quizzed on wife's death

    Murder squad detectives are still waiting to question an 80-year-old man arrested on suspicion of killing his wife. Clem Callaghan was taken to Airedale Hospital on Saturday night after being found unconscious at the wheel of his car following

  • ‘Buskers’ take time for festival

    A blue police box created in Keighley “mysteriously” materialised in Bradford’s mirror pool early on Friday. The object, similar to the Tardis famously used by Doctor Who for time-travelling, is to help promote the first Bradford Science Festival

  • Witnesses sought to street sticks attack

    Seven men have been arrested and one is in hospital after a vicious attack in a Keighley street. A group of Asian men got out of a red Toyota Corolla and set upon the occupants of a silver vehicle with sticks. Police were called to the incident

  • Brownlee success tastes sweet in Haworth

    The man who first introduced Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee to competitive running has revealed the inspiration which put them on the path to Olympic triathlon gold and bronze – chocolate! Fell race organiser Dave Woodhead, of Keighley, remembers

  • Pair aiming high to help save unit

    The mother and godfather of a Silsden boy are leaping to the rescue of the hospital that saved his life as a baby. Kirsty Whitaker and Damon Reece will do a parachute jump in support of the campaign to save Leeds General Infirmary’s children’s

  • Information appeal after railway station attack on teen

    Detectives from British Transport Police are appealing for information after a Silsden teenager had his jaw broken in two places during an assault at Leeds railway station. The victim, an 18-year-old man, was waiting with a group of friends for

  • Gran's pride at canoe success

    Olympic canoeist Tim Baillie’s grandmother, who lives in Keighley, has spoken with pride of his gold medal success. Molly Jones, who is in her 90s, has followed Tim’s progress in the pairs canoe slalom on TV from her Utley home. Former nurse

  • Women head to Gaza with vital food and medicine

    A Keighley woman is to help take a relief convoy to beleaguered families in Gaza. Aisha Ali Khan will be in a group from Bradford district taking food and medical supplies in 16 vehicles. The team will be accompanied by Keighley man Abdul Ghafoor

  • Safety fears over fire station plans

    A proposal to axe Haworth’s retained fire station as part of a massive shake-up of fire service cover has sparked fears over public safety. The threat to the facility in Station Road, which is manned by a part-time crew, was revealed earlier this

  • Full steampunk ahead for event

    Costumed fans of the ‘steampunk’ genre converged on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway from across northern England. They travelled along the historic line from Keighley to Oxenhope during a Victorian-themed day. Steampunks are people

  • Event will focus on all elements of Bronteland experience

    History, art and science will come together at a conference in Haworth to discuss aspects of Bronteland. Unbounded Moor is a symposium on landscape and literature organised by Worth Valley photographer and artist Simon Warner. The gathering