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Vibrant banners designed by Leeds pupils set to brighten up community

Creative children have helped to brighten up their community by designing vibrant new banners.

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A flashback to last years Children Heart Surgery Fund  amble around Temple Newsam Park.

Leeds superheroes to walk in the park

Batman, superman and other marvellous characters are joining forces for the Children’s Heart Surgery Fund’s Superhero Walk.

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Berghaus and Sprayway jackets stolen in Leeds rooftop break-in

Berghaus and Sprayway jackets stolen in Leeds rooftop break-in

Thieves broke in through a roof and stole thousands of pounds worth of outdoor clothing from a Leeds store.

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PLANS: Richard and Christopher Barker, with family and staff outside St Jamess Hospital in Leeds.

Leeds twins plan a Cortina tribute to Dad

A set of identical twins have hit the road for an emotional journey in memory of their dad – driving his old Ford Cortina to Italy.

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Leeds girl, 15, missing for a week

Leeds girl, 15, missing for a week

Police are concerned for the welfare of a vulnerable Leeds teenager who was last seen a week ago.

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MAGICAL MOMENT: When Harry Phillips met Dynamo back in 2014. PIC: Adam Dukes

Magical gesture from young Leeds conjurer

a young magician diagnosed with a rare form of cancer has help raise £5,000 for a charity which grants wishes to seriously ill children.

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The topping out ceremony at Cornmill House.

Housing scheme for people with disabilities is ready to open in Leeds

A new residential development for people with physical and learning disabilities is due to open in east Leeds this autumn.

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TOP MARKS: Yorkshire in Bloom judges during a visit to Barwick in Elmet last year.

A blooming fine excuse to celebrate in Leeds village

The Friends of Barwick in Bloom are marking the group’s 20th anniversary with a floral celebration this weekend.

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Hundreds at balloon tribute to much loved Leeds dad and radio presenter

Hundreds at balloon tribute to much loved Leeds dad and radio presenter

A Leeds community gathered to pay a unique tribute to a much loved family man and radio presenter who passed away suddenly earlier this year.

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Edward McCreesh.

Jealous Leeds boyfriend jailed over attack on love rival

A jealous boyfriend put on a disguise and lay in wait for his love rival before clubbing him repeatedly over the head after finding out his partner was having an affair.

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Two men were arrested after the car was traced to Chapeltown.

Two arrested after reports of man with gun in Leeds

Two people were arrested after a report of a man with a gun in Leeds.

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Daniel Brown.

Fake gun used during disturbance in the grounds of Leeds hospital

THREE men have been locked up over a disturbance in the grounds of a hospital in which a fake handgun was used to intimidate people.

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Margaret Wildig, of Cawood, a Straw Craft and Corn Dolly Maker.

Leeds farm’s trip down memory lane

Visitors to a Leeds farm took a trip back in time this weekend.

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PIC: Tony Johnson

YEP Says: Leeds can be so proud for giving such a farewell

we hear all too often about bad people doing horrible things.

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By Paul Goodyear.

Your YEP Picture of the Day - July 23

Temple Newsam Park, by Paul Goodyear.

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Thank you Leeds: Hundreds turn out to give war veteran send off he deserves

HUNDREDS gathered to honour a Second World War hero from Leeds after fears were raised that just a handful of mourners would be at his funeral service.

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UNVEILING: Leeds City Council leader Coun Judith Blake (left) at the launch of Hook Moor wind farm.

Leeds artists put imprint on wind farm

Budding Artists from two Leeds schools made their mark at the launch of a wind farm.

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Headteacher Matthew Browne pictured with children at Temple Learning Academy. PIC: Simon Hulme

Leeds headteacher Matthew builds success at school

HEADTEACHER Matthew Browne likens working at Temple Learning Academy to being part of a family - and the parents and grandparents agree.

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Leeds East: Is there a crisis of identity in one of Labour’s safest seats?

Leeds East: Is there a crisis of identity in one of Labour’s safest seats?

Amid in-fighting, Jeremy Corbyn insists he has the support of Labour voters. Sarah Freeman heads to one of the Party’s safest seats in Yorkshire to find out if he’s right.

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‘We’ll fight to keep our clinic’ say Leeds residents

WE’LL keep fighting – that was the message from residents who attended a public meeting about the controversial closure of Garforth Clinic.

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