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Partnership with ‘ambitious’ plans to train teachers in Bradford is praised by Ofsted inspectors – Bradford Telegraph and Argus


Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Partnership with ‘ambitious’ plans to train teachers in Bradford is praised by Ofsted inspectors
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
It has partnered with schools in Bradford and North Yorkshire to provide its trainees with places, and the report praises the SCITT for how it is helping to fill gaps in teacher recruitment in the area. Northern Lights also helped set up Bradford For

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Bradford Council’s Keighley waste to energy burner planning decision is put to the test in court – Bradford Telegraph and Argus


Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Bradford Council’s Keighley waste to energy burner planning decision is put to the test in court
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
A JUDICIAL review into the decision to approve a waste to energy incinerator for Keighley heard Bradford Council failed to effectively weigh up the harms and benefits of the development. Yesterday’s (Jan 15) five-hour hearing in Leeds Combined Court

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Tourism now worth £656m a year to Bradford’s economy, report claims – Bradford Telegraph and Argus


Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Tourism now worth £656m a year to Bradford’s economy, report claims
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
TOURISM supports more than 13,500 jobs and is now worth an estimated £656 million a year to the Bradford district’s economy, a new report has claimed. The findings by Bradford Council show an increase in year-on-year spending, driven by an increase in

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Bradford will not be ‘fobbed off with crumbs’ from the transport budget, says Judith Cummins MP – Bradford Telegraph and Argus


Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Bradford will not be ‘fobbed off with crumbs’ from the transport budget, says Judith Cummins MP
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
BRADFORD will not be “fobbed off” with crumbs from the transport budget according to MP Judith Cummins. The Bradford South MP hit out at Government plans for a multi-million pound bailout of the East Coast rail franchise during a debate in the House of
Calls to increase transport investment in Leeds and BradfordWharfedale Observer

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Bafta nomination for God’s Own Country, shot near Keighley and Haworth – Bradford Telegraph and Argus


Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Bafta nomination for God’s Own Country, shot near Keighley and Haworth
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
Another film shot in the Bradford district has its Yorkshire premiere at the National Science and Media Museum tomorrow. Lies We Tell, starring Hollywood heavyweights Gabriel Byrne and Harvey Keitel, is the debut feature film from production company

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