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Colour run fun in aid of hospice

Charity runners turned Stockeld Park into a riot of colour as they were pelted with paint.

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FARM FUN: Children taking part in outdoor activities at Lineham Farm.

Leeds city centre bar staff to get down on the farm

Staff at one of the city’s favourite cocktail bars are swapping vodka for volunteering as they partner up with a children’s centre in Leeds.

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Major Leeds road plan moves forward

A new dual carriageway is one step closer to being built in Leeds after a formal application has been submitted.

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Paul Robertshaw admires his steam and electric workshop. PIC: James Hardisty

Full steam ahead at Leeds toy rally

Leeds Industrial Museum at Armley Mills hosted the ninth toy steam rally organised by the Leeds and District Traction Engine Society.

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PIC: Scott Merrylees

Photo gallery: Community bonds grow stronger at Armley Festival

Community bonds grew stronger with the staging of the second annual Armley Festival.

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A blue commemorative plaque in the car park of Aldi's  Wetherby store. PIC: SWNS

Second World War flying ace from Leeds honoured with bomber fly past and blue plaque

A Second World War flying ace from Leeds is being honoured today with a bomber fly-past and a blue plaque at his birthplace.

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PIC: James Hardisty

Photo gallery: Charity runners turn Leeds park into riot of colour

Charity runners turned Stockeld Park into a riot of colour as they were pelted with paint.

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Daniel Brown.

Prisoner fled in handcuffs during Leeds hospital visit

A PRISONER who escaped from police custody in handcuffs during a hospital visit managed to stay on the run for more than two weeks, a court heard.

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PIC: Simon Hulme

Leeds Victoria Gate ceiling used 18,000 pieces of wood

Light slants off thousands of wooden lengths forming part of a suspended ceiling art installation at the top of a new spiral staircase at the Victoria Gate Shopping Centre, Leeds.

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PIC: James Hardisty

Photo gallery: North Leeds Food Festival

Check out this photos from this weekend’s North Leeds Food Festival

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STILL HOPEFUL: Campaigners from Kirkstall Valley Development Trust at Abbey Milsl in Kirkstall. From left: Fiona Butler, Chris Hill, Paul Holdsworth and Adele Rae.

‘Solution’ at last for 12-year saga of historic Leeds mill’s fate?

A historic 16th century mill which is the subject of a community-led takeover bid is to be put onto the open market by Leeds City Council.

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Flying the flag: Great Britain's Kadeena Cox, right, and Sophie Hahn celebrate taking silver and gold, respectively.

Para Athletics Championships: Silver lining for Kadeena Cox

IT took a world record run to deny Leeds star Kadeena Cox gold on a successful night for Great Britain at the World Para Athletics Championships.

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Beer festival returns to historic Leeds city centre pub

The Whitelock’s annual beer festival is back for its third year.

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LOCK IN: The new kitchen and bar at the Double Tree Hilton.

Navigate a new offering at Leeds cafe The Lock

A city centre hotel has continued its re-invention with a “significant” investment from its parent company.

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New eye clinic for Leeds homeless

A new eyecare clinic especially tailored towards homeless people in Leeds will be launched later this month.

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Garforth cemetery.

Leeds war memorial plans move forward

LONG-standing plans for a new war memorial in an east Leeds community are close to reaching fruition.

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‘Keep dancing’ as Leeds DJ stays on

A popular DJ at the helm of ballroom dancing at Pudsey Civic Hall is to stay after cash boost of more than £10,000 was secured.

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PLAN: Det Insp Phil Jackson, of West Yorkshire Police, issued a warning outside the site which is now planned for demolition.

Demolition plan for building where Leeds teenager died

A demolition could take place at the site where a 14-year-old Leeds boy died after falling through the roof of a disused industrial building.

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West Leeds: No way to deal with ‘aggressive’ sellers

“Aggressive” sales tactics of people working for a bank which signs up customers with bad credit history for cards has caused “upset” to Pudsey locals, a councillor has said.

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Rodley Cricket Club's junior section

Leeds cricket club attempts to break world record

They have already smashed one world record.

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