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From Telegraph + Argus, 17th August 2017
Written by David Knights

A CHINESE takeaway has reopened with community support after the previous owners were hit by anti-social behaviour. The Lucky House in Braithwaite Avenue, Keighley, closed after youths regularly hung around outside deterring customers and antagonising staff. The Ling family, who have lived in Braithwaite for a couple of years, took over the derelict building and transformed it into Ling’s Kitchen.

From The Yorkshire Post, 17th August 2017

David Cameron was uncomfortably close to the truth when, in 2015, the then Prime Minister responded to a question on devolution by remarking – in an unguarded moment – that “we just thought people in Yorkshire hated everyone else, we didn’t realise they hated each other so much”.

From Keighley News, 16th August 2017
Written by David Knights

DISMAY has greeted the shock announcement this week that Keighley Police Station is to be sold off. It is among a total of seven properties to be offloaded by West Yorkshire Police, including the former station in Bingley. But MPs and councillors have attacked the decision.

From Ilkley Gazette, 10th August 2017
Written by Alistair Shand

ILKLEY MP John Grogan has pledged his backing to the battle against cancer. He vowed to help promote the cause on the political agenda when he attended a Parliamentary event staged by Cancer Research UK. Mr Grogan also met some of the charity's volunteer campaign ambassadors.