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Report of sex attack on 15-year-old girl near Leeds city centre church

POLICE are investigating a report that a 15-year-old girl was sexually assaulted near a Leeds city centre church.

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Broken down train causing delays between Leeds and Harrogate

A BROKEN down train between Leeds and Harrogate has led to the cancellation of some rail services this morning.

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Art students collaborate with developer to re-design historic Leeds mosaic

The trading and cultural history of Leeds has been set in stone - quite literally - for the benefit of generations to come.

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WINNING: Marie Harris and husband Jym found gin was the key ingredient to a successful business.

Leeds Tribe: ‘Girls – do you want to be in my gang?’

A new tribe is taking over in Leeds and it is for girls only.

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Revealed: The 10 best cafes in Leeds

Here is our Cafe of the Year top ten – you now have the opportunity for your favourite.

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Roadworks in Leeds.

Roadworks in Leeds

Here are the roadworks around Leeds from Monday, February 19.

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PIC: James Hardisty

Transport top of the agenda for Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn on Leeds visit

Transport was top of the agenda when Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn visited Leeds to hear about the planned £500m redevelopment of the city’s main railway station.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR: Leeds shoppers enjoy the traditional lion dance. PIC: Tony Johnson

Roaring New Year performance in Leeds

Leeds’ Briggate was filled with colourful performances and free samples of noodles to celebrate Chinese New Year yesterday. (Feb 16)

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Burglar stole from Leeds Art Gallery and city centre bars

A PROLIFIC burglar targeted Leeds Art Gallery and bars in the city centre during his latest spree of offending, a court heard.

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ROLL UP, ROLL UP: A promotion for Eat Leeds Restaurant Week at the citys railway station. PIC: Simon Dewhurst

Eat Leeds Restaurant Week is ready for service

The second Eat Leeds Restaurant Week is about to begin – offering the chance to try something new from the city’s thriving food and drink scene with cut-price deals.

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Retro photo gallery: Leeds Kirkgate Market back in the day

Kirkgate is the largest covered market in Europe and is nothing short of a Leeds institution.

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Leeds ex-factory regeneration plan will put ‘community’ at heart

Leeds ex-factory regeneration plan will put ‘community’ at heart

A regeneration blueprint for a historic former industrial site on Kirkstall Road will put neighbourhood and community at the centre of the vision, the people behind the project have pledged.

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AT WORK: Ruth Wilkinson lays tiles in the new mosaic.

New mosaic for historic Leeds arcade

A Beautiful mosaic is being created in one of Leeds city centre’s historic shopping arcades after its owners teamed up with Leeds Arts University.

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Council plans unveiled in 1975 included opening up a subway from the Merrion Centre to The Headrow.

Leeds nostalgia: Subway link plan for the city centre

Leeds City Council was monitoring the new no traffic zone on The Headrow and said it wanted to extend the new pedestrian zone and create a new precinct linking The Headrow with the Merrion Centre.

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GEM:  Carl Hutton, boss of The Leeds Library, wants people to discover one of the citys cultural gems.

Leeds Library marks 250th birthday with WildLines

A nature writing showcase will be staged at The Leeds Library during its 250th anniversary.

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Aisha Iqbal: Is it time for Leeds to truly show towering ambition?

How much does a city’s success depend on the height of its buildings - and the shape of its skyline?

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Your YEP Picture of the Day - 15 February

Leeds Kirkgate Market with Leeds Victoria Gate in the background, by John Peat.

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Boy, 10, suffered horrific injuries after being trapped against wall in Leeds by getaway driver

A ten-year-old boy was left with horrific leg injuries after being trapped against a wall and dragged by a stolen car during a police chase in Leeds.

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Arts groups to stay in Leeds Carriageworks Theatre after room hire price increase

Arts groups to stay in Leeds Carriageworks Theatre after room hire price increase

A lifeline has been handed to voluntary arts groups which felt under the threat of effectively being evicted from Leeds’s Carriageworks Theatre.

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