Telegraph and Argus Newspaper

The History of the Telegraph and Argus Newspaper

First published in 1868, The Telegraph & Argus is the daily newspaper for Bradford in West Yorkshire. Currently printed early each day (it used to be only an evening paper) on its own printing presses in Bradford,

Locally known as the T&A, the Telegraph and Argus Newspaper is publishe six times a week, not being available on a Sunday.

Originally a broadsheet until 1989 when it became tabloid ... more on the newspaper

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