Keighley MP Kris Hopkins has praised West Yorkshire Police’s Economic Crime Unit for conducting a 'thorough investigation' into the financial activities of the town council.
The police probe found that Keighley Town Council had committed no criminal offences but it had acted outside the law.
Mr Hopkins contacted the police last year after an external auditors’ report severely criticised the local authority’s accounting practices and governance following the examination of its 2012-13 accounts.
Lord Healey of Riddlesden has died aged 98.
Former chancellor and Labour party heavyweight Denis Healey was dubbed ‘the best prime minister Britain never had’.
He grew in Keighley and lived on Banks Lane in his youth – adopting the title of Lord Healey of Riddlesden when he became a peer.
Generous shoppers and staff have helped Boots in Keighley raise more than £1,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Taking part in the annual World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event, the team baked cakes, served drinks and sold raffle tickets to
gather up charity donations.
Their efforts paid off as the Airedale Shopping Centre was packed on Friday with the amount raised totalling £1,090.
A shopper is seriously ill in hospital after he was attacked in the Asda car park.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the assault on Thursday evening.
The victim, a man in his 30s, was approached by the suspect at 7.30pm in supermarket car park, on Bradford Street.
Beardy blokes are wanted as extras for a major movie being part shot in Keighley.
Scenes for the Victorian gothic murder thriller The Limehouse Golem will be filmed locally.
Crowds for street scenes and music hall audiences are needed and producers are looking to fill the roles with locals.
An assistant gastro-pub manager has been charged with torching a sister pub in the same village.
Leigh Meeks, 33, has appeared in court today accused with arson of The Fleece pub, in Addingham on Wednesday morning.
Meeks, of School Lane, Addingham, an assistant manager at The Craven Heifer, in the village was remanded in custody at Bradford Magistrates’ Court.
Self-confessed ‘Geek’ Peter Occardi scooped £2.2m on the lottery by generating them on a scientific calculator.
And the vehicle designer – who passed his pilot’s licence three months ago – plans to spend his winnings on buying an aeroplane and
starting a camper van manufacturing firm.
Scot Peter, 48, and his wife Claire, 44, met on an internet dating site in 2010 and within a year were married.