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3:01pm Thursday 17th January 2013
1:13pm Tuesday 4th December 2012
A Wharfedale filmmaker has revisited a fledgling south-east Asian nation 20 years on from his groundbreaking undercover documentary in which he recorded a massacre of more than 250 people by Indonesian soldiers.
9:08am Thursday 9th February 2012
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10:42am Thursday 18th August 2011
It has been the scene of countless dramatic scenes stretching back to the 19th century, and now the memories of people who experienced Otley Courthouse’s heyday as a magistrates’ court are to be documented for posterity – thanks to a £9,500 Heritage Lottery Fund award.
9:40am Thursday 18th August 2011
Train travel on the Wharfedale Line is booming, if the full station car parks and packed carriages are anything to go by. But passengers are expecting to see their train fare on local services go up at a rate above inflation in the year ahead. Reporter Amanda Greaves looks at some of the local issues around the looming rise in train fares.
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11:46am Thursday 7th January 2010
Children do it, pensioners do it and even toddlers have been known to do it. Plunging into the bath at White Wells, Ilkley, has become something of a New Year tradition over the years, inspiring hundreds of hardy souls aged between two and 82 to wash away the past.
9:10am Wednesday 30th December 2009
His breathtaking sculptures have wowed audiences in cities and towns all over the world. From sand sculptures in the centre of Bradford, to an ice hotel in Finland, artist Jamie Wardley has certainly achieved a wide and varied audience for his work.
8:10am Wednesday 23rd December 2009
Graham Dewhirst loves tinkering with history. The retired electrical engineer aims to restore the kind of cars he and his family had decades ago and return them to the roads. Gradually he is fulfilling his ambition.
9:21am Thursday 17th December 2009
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8:08am Thursday 13th August 2009
The arrival of the Glorious Twelfth reminds me of the moors of Ilkley and Brandup, my playground as a boy. With the exception of Ilkley Moor they were all good grouse moors in those immediate post-war years and there were grouse on Ilkley Moor too but nothing to what there had been in the pre-war years when in 1934 the record bag for Ilkley was 1,502 brace and that was in the middle of the depression.
10:28am Thursday 30th July 2009
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1:24pm Thursday 25th June 2009