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2:50pm Thursday 5th December 2013
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1:34pm Thursday 17th October 2013
The parking problems which caused great inconvenience recently for residents of Denton Road may have been a one-off situation – but they raise questions of how problem parking can be dealt with effectively.
1:33pm Thursday 17th October 2013
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12:52pm Thursday 26th September 2013
2:17pm Thursday 19th September 2013
4:08pm Thursday 12th September 2013
One of the worst aspects of growing old is the sense of isolation that can set in, especially for those who live alone and who find their long-standing friends have perhaps moved away or gone into sheltered accommodation, or maybe are no longer with us.
1:15pm Thursday 5th September 2013
Sometimes our faith in human nature is restored in a most welcome manner, as evidenced by the actions of people on the banks of the River Wharfe in Ilkley. A five-year-old girl had got into trouble in the water and it was only thanks to the swift reactions of other people that she was brought to safety, thankfully with no lasting harm.
8:45pm Thursday 29th August 2013
5:49pm Thursday 15th August 2013
Pleasing that Yorkshire Roses struck a chord As the organizer of the flag projects that Otley Chamber of Trade and Otley Town Council co-operate on, I’m often asked “when are the flags going up again”.
5:47pm Thursday 15th August 2013
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4:13pm Thursday 8th August 2013
Congratulations to Bradford Council for having the common sense to support Ilkley’s bid to make the most of what looks set to be a tourist boom when the Tour de France Grand Depart 2014 comes to town.
2:05pm Thursday 1st August 2013
3:15pm Thursday 25th July 2013
10:40am Friday 19th July 2013
3:04pm Thursday 11th July 2013
2:38pm Thursday 4th July 2013
With quicker and more reliable transport links, increased car ownership, and the internet giving us the world at the click of a mouse, options for shopping have never been eaisier and more widespread.
2:32pm Thursday 27th June 2013
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5:39pm Friday 14th June 2013
1:46pm Thursday 6th June 2013
1:44pm Thursday 30th May 2013
2:06pm Thursday 23rd May 2013
Concern about the inclusion of Ilkley’s green fields in Bradford Council’s last housing allocation survey was somewhat diminished by the premise that the revised land assessment may replace them with brownfield land elsewhere in the Bradford District.
11:54am Tuesday 14th May 2013
9:00am Wednesday 8th May 2013
1:23pm Friday 3rd May 2013
Accidents or sudden illness can strike any time, anywhere, so Booths supermarket in Ilkley is to be commended for investing in a defibrillator to be kept in its store should the worst happen to a shopper, member of staff, or the wider community.
12:40pm Friday 26th April 2013
Going by some of the worrying points raised several months ago about the state of Ilkley Lido and the scant promotion of one of town’s finest assets, a big boost such as a lottery fund one would not go amiss.
12:26pm Friday 19th April 2013
Worried residents of Wharfedale will get a chance today to speak their minds about overdevelopment and inappropriate development to a senior politician who has real influence in national planning policy.
2:46pm Friday 12th April 2013
4:21pm Thursday 4th April 2013
With an ever-present risk of development swamping Ilkley with new houses, or harming the much-loved character of the area, it is good to see fine examples of sensitive refurbishment and development given some recognition.
3:50pm Thursday 28th March 2013
11:08am Thursday 14th March 2013
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11:13am Thursday 14th March 2013
11:12am Thursday 14th March 2013
Mr Mulholland is on public record as saying he supports the refurbishment of the Civic Centre and has praised the work of SOCC, the Save Otley Civic Centre campaign, which was first set up in 2003 by the late Labour Councillor Philip Coyne.
11:11am Thursday 14th March 2013
5:20pm Wednesday 13th March 2013
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3:02pm Monday 11th March 2013
4:22pm Thursday 28th February 2013
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3:14pm Friday 8th February 2013