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Live blog: Bradford City 0 Sunderland 3 – Bradford Telegraph and Argus


Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Live blog: Bradford City 0 Sunderland 3
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
Live blog: Bradford City 0 Sunderland 3. Simon Parker ParkerTandA Chief Sports Writer. Last updated: 1 hr ago. 2:04pm. Greer is not here … “assessing his options” I’m told. Sounds like he might have other offers to consider and something more concrete.

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Appeal to Find Missing Bradford Teenager Umme Habiba Tahir – West Yorkshire Police (press release)


Appeal to Find Missing Bradford Teenager Umme Habiba Tahir
West Yorkshire Police (press release)
Police are appealing for anyone who sees a missing Bradford teenager to get in contact. Umme Habiba Tahir, 17, was last seen at an address off of Idle Road, Bradford (BD2) at 6.30pm on Friday 21 July. She is described as 5ft3″ tall, of slim build and
Umme Habiba Tahir, 17, was last seen at an address off Idle Road, Bradford, at 6.30pm last nightBradford Telegraph and Argus

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Live blog: Bradford City v Sunderland – Bradford Telegraph and Argus


Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Live blog: Bradford City v Sunderland
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
Live blog: Bradford City v Sunderland. Simon Parker ParkerTandA Chief Sports Writer. Last updated: 27 mins ago. 2:04pm. Greer is not here … “assessing his options” I’m told. Sounds like he might have other offers to consider and something more concrete.

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Tribute to Indian Army war dead is “long overdue” – Bradford Telegraph and Argus


Tribute to Indian Army war dead is “long overdue”
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
ON the first day of this month, a wreath was laid at the Bradford Pals memorial in remembrance of the 1.14 million men of the Indian Army who served in the First World War. Tricia Restorick, president of Bradford World War 1 Group, said it was the

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Tribute to Indian Army war dead is “long overdue” – Bradford Telegraph and Argus


Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Tribute to Indian Army war dead is “long overdue”
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
Tricia Restorick, president of Bradford World War 1 Group, said it was the first time such a tribute had been paid in the city. “This small, quiet gesture was long overdue, but wholly appropriate,” she said. “The two men who laid the wreath were born

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