Wharfe Valley

Wharfe Valley

Limited edition sculpture stolen from couple’s garden in Leeds

A limited edition sculpture of “great sentimental value” was stolen from a couple’s home in Leeds.

Men disturbed nest of protected marsh harriers on moorland near Ilkley

Men disturbed nest of protected marsh harriers on moorland near Ilkley

An investigation has begun after two men disturbed a pair of marsh harriers nesting on moorland near Ilkley.

Sightings of missing Horbury man reported in Leeds

Sightings of missing Horbury man reported in Leeds

Police have renewed their appeal for information on the whereabouts of a Horbury man who was reported missing six days ago.

Mohammed Javeed.

Leeds ambulance man and his secret lover caught with cocaine

AN ambulance driver was caught dealing cocaine with his mistress to fund his addiction after getting hooked on the drug, a court heard.

Yorkshire actor Sean Bean as Ned Stark in Game of Thrones. Picture: HBO/Nick Briggs

Leeds town to rename all its pubs after Yorkshire celebrities

All the pubs in a Leeds town are to be renamed after Yorkshire celebrities to mark the county day.


From dereliction to des res with best views in Yorkshire

This filter station on the moors above Ilkley has been fashioned into a fabulous contemporary home. Now it’s for sale for the first time. Sharon Dale reports.

Coutances Way. Photo: Google

Pensioner badly hurt in Leeds crash

A PENSIONER was seriously injured when a car struck a lamppost in Leeds.

A bumpy landing into Leeds Bradford Airport. NOTE: Stock photo.

Video: Passenger screams during 'frightening' bumpy landing at Leeds Bradford Airport

A passenger has filmed his 'frightening' landing at Leeds Bradford Airport during windy conditions.

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The A65 is closed between Ikley and Burley in Wharfdale. Picture: Google

Road closure: Police shut A65 between Ikley and Burley in Wharfedale after crash

Police have closed the A65 between Ikley and Burley in Wharfedale after a crash this afternoon.

SUMMER OF FUN: Otley Zombie Apocalypse.

Zombie night... and food festival in Leeds town

Visitors can enjoy a host of activities in Otley this summer, from being chased by zombies to making chocolates with the man who created Jessica Ennis-Hill’s wedding cake.

Kate Whalley.

Grieving Leeds father backs plea for organ donors

THE devastated father of an 18-year-old Leeds student who gave the gift of life to others after dying in a road collision has backed a call for more people to join the NHS Organ Donor Register.

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GREAT: Graham Davies, Stuart Andrew MP and Chris Ingram.

First Aireborough Beer Festival a success, say happy organisers

The first Aireborough Beer Festival “lived up to all expectations”, the organisers have said after the event.

FESTIVAL FUN: Youngsters took part in a lantern parade during last years Tales Told festival in Guiseley.

150 years of Leeds town’s theatre

One of the region’s biggest art festivals gets under way in Guiseley this Friday, with a special celebration to honour the town’s historic theatre.

GOING THE EXTRA MILE: Tish Joyce competing in the Marathon Des Sables.

Leeds grandma hot foots it to the Sahara

A grandmother from Otley has completed one of the toughest races in the world just seven months after undergoing foot surgery.


New homes plan for historic Leeds hospital site

Planners are recommending the go-ahead for a controversial scheme which includes building dozens of homes on the green belt on the site of a former mental hospital in Leeds.

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Plan for 75 Leeds homes set for approval

City planners hope to deliver on a “key opportunity” to build on land in Leeds as a plan for 75 new homes is set for approval.

PIC: Simon Hulme

Photo gallery: 2017 Yeadon Carnival

Check out these photos celebrating this year’s Yeadon Carnival.

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GIFT: Lauren Creevy, from the airport, (left) with Kim Broadhead and John Haigh from Martin House. PIC: Richard Walker/ImageNorth

Lost items at Leeds Bradford Airport raise £1,000 for hospice

LOST PROPERTY at Leeds Bradford Airport and generous passengers help raise around £1,000 a year for a children’s hospice.


Wi-fi ‘chaos’ for Leeds firms after lorry smashes into street broadband box

Businesses in a Leeds market town suffered a slump in trade after ongoing broadband and telephone connection issues following a road accident.

PIC: Simon Hulme

Former Leeds bank can trade as a pub... but it still needs planning permission

proposals to turn a former bank building in Leeds into a late-opening pub and restaurant have been approved by council licensing bosses - although they are yet to get the planning green-light.

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