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Police seek missing Leeds man

Police are appealing for anyone who sees a missing Leeds man to contact them.

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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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Wellington Stores, in Holdforth Place, had become a magnet for crime and anti-social behaviour.

Leeds ‘crime magnet’ shop ordered to close after mob attacked police

A shop which was at the centre of violent disorder on a Leeds housing estate last week has been ordered to close.

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Leeds pupils visit former school development

Leeds pupils visit former school development

Youngsters from Five Lanes Primary School in Upper Wortley closed the door on summer term with a visit to Greenhill Fold to learn about housebuilding and how historic buildings can be given a new lease of life.

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Property news: New homes being built on vacant Pudsey site

Property news: New homes being built on vacant Pudsey site

A vacant site in Pudsey is to be transformed after the Gregory Property Group gained planning approval for twelve new houses.

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Clear-up plans at former Leeds joke shop

LEEDS City Council is taking enforcement action to improve an “eyesore” derelict former joke shop on Armley Town Street.

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Leeds man sets 2016 mile target in year of charity runs

Leeds man sets 2016 mile target in year of charity runs

A LEEDS man dusted the cobwebs off an unused pair of trainers as he set himself an extra special challenge in his quest to raise money for the Jane Tomlinson Appeal.

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Passengers told to prepare for timetable changes on the buses

BUS users in Leeds have been warned that sweeping timetable changes are due to come into force in the city this weekend.

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Video: Comedian Lenny Henry backs Leeds charity Tempus Novo

BREAKING THE cycle of crime is one of the biggest challenges facing the UK’s criminal justice system.

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Police are concerned for a missing man

Police order issued after Leeds mob threw items at officers

A police order has been issued to stop ‘numbers of people gathering’ on a Leeds housing estate after a mob confronted officers.

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Horsforth Food Festival serves up a treat

Visitors tucked in to an extra special treat in Horsforth this weekend.

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A display at the flower festival at St Thomass Church in Stanningley to mark its 175th anniversary.

Leeds church marks 175th birthday

A church is reaching out to the community as it celebrates its 175th anniversary this weekend.

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Harrogate Road junction with Shadwell Lane.

Leeds roads closed after accidents

THREE busy roads in Leeds were closed yesterday morning (July 14) as police dealt with serious traffic accidents.

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Teacher Dan Bogle and Heart Yorkshire's Emma Lenney pictured with pupils at Primrose Hill Primary School in Leeds.

Leeds teacher wins EVERY pupil in his class a new bike in Big School Showdown triumph

A Leeds teacher has become the talk of the school after winning new bikes for every pupil in his class.

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Pressure grows on Leeds children’s centre funding

FUNDING for the city’s 56 children’s centres is coming under increased pressure with £2.5m of the money allocated to them said to be under “significant risk.”

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Leeds mum’s charity night ride for hospice which helped her poorly baby daughter

Leeds mum’s charity night ride for hospice which helped her poorly baby daughter

Leeds mum Nacressa Swan took her newborn baby into work so that her friends at the office could share in the joy.

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Physiotherapy lecturer Kate Burke was diagnosed with incurable cancer five years ago.

Lecturer’s incurable cancer story inspires Leeds students to take on Yorkshire Three Peaks

The bravery and determination of a Leeds lecturer with incurable cancer has inspired nine of her students to take on a 24-mile fundraising hike.

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Annette Hall. Executive principal of White Rose Academies.

Leeds academies boss defends schools’ performance in new league tables

The head of an academy trust in the city where results are said to be “significantly below the national average” at GCSE has defended the performance of their secondary schools.

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A stall at last year's Horsforth Food and Drink Festival

Horsforth Food and Drink Festival set to attract bumper crowds

THOUSANDS of people are set to enjoy the second annual Horsforth Food and Drink Festival this weekend.

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Cyclist seriously hurt in Leeds after rush hour crash involving minibus

A cyclist has been left with serious injuries after being hit by a minibus in Leeds.

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