Winner of YEP competition is ‘best in world’ says daughter

ONE of three siblings in care as young children and due to be separated before being adopted by a Leeds family says her dad is the “best in the world.”


The long list of Leeds pubs which are sure to stir fond memories for drinkers

Raise a glass to these gone but not forgotten Leeds pubs.

ON THE UP: Swarcliffe has benefited from a major programme of housing refurbishment.

Leeds estate hailed as gold standard

WORK to transform a 1950s housing estate in east Leeds has been hailed as a gold standard example of how to make a difference to people’s lives.

Your Leeds local election 2018 A to Z: Crossgates and Whinmoor

Your Leeds local election 2018 A to Z: Crossgates and Whinmoor


Alexander, Harvey Cedric – UKIP

Fellows, Elizabeth Susan - Green Party

Grahame, Pauleen Margaret - Labour

Gruen, Peter John - Labour

Hayes, Paula - Conservative

Lennox, Jessica Beth - Labour

Maniatt, Mark Stephen - Democrats and Veterans Party

Martin, Andrew Stuart - Conservative

Morgan, Peter - UKIP

Nicholson, Stuart Neil - For Britain

Schofield, Dorothy - Conservative

Shakespeare, Thomas Andrew - Lib DEMS

Walker, Janette - East Leeds Independents Party


Trail of destruction after dumper trucks stolen from Leeds building site and driven across Temple Newsam golf course

Thieves left a trail of destruction in their wake after stealing two large dumper trucks from a building site in Leeds.


Revealed: The worst anti-social behaviour hotspots in east Leeds

One of the things that prompts most calls to the police is anti-social behaviour on our streets.

Kyle Black.

Burglar found hiding in loft after break-in at Leeds house

A career burglar was caught hiding under loft insulation at a house he broke into in Leeds.


In pictures: Historic Cross Gates - the Leeds suburb which boasts some firsts

Is it Cross Gates or Crossgates?


Leeds City Council elections: Will Leeds voters show some independent spirit this May 3?

IN just six weeks’ time, Leeds voters will be asked to go the polls to elect a new city council.


New Leeds housing development on old pub site is welcomed by councillors

WORK is progressing well on a new housing development on land in east Leeds formerly occupied by a pub.

Liam Allen

'I don't know whether to stab you anyway': Leeds thug threatened disabled woman with knife

A teenager who threatened a disabled woman with a knife as she was riding a mobility scooter along a Leeds street has been locked up for more than three years.

Keith Emmerson.

Leeds businessman jailed over serious sex abuse of girl

A businessman who carried out repeated serious sex assaults on a young girl has been jailed for 14 years.


Jailed cannabis dealing Leeds couple ordered to repay £115,000

A violent drug dealer and his girlfriend have been ordered to pay more than £115,000 over the profits they made from dealing cannabis.

Customers in mourning as traditional Leeds bakery shuts down

Customers in mourning as traditional Leeds bakery shuts down

A long-established Leeds bakery has closed down - leaving its customers bereft.
Supermarket home delivery driver who sexually assaulted Leeds pensioners is jailed

Supermarket home delivery driver who sexually assaulted Leeds pensioners is jailed

THE daughter of one of two Leeds pensioners sexually abused in their own homes after being befriended by a “vile” supermarket delivery driver has told how her late mother sank into depression following the attacks.

Nicola Adams.

Just champion! Leeds library celebrates city’s sporting heroes

A new display at an east Leeds library looks set to prove a champion draw for sports fans during 2018.

14 December 2017......      Year four pupils and budding  journalists at a St Theresa's Catholic Primary School in Crossgates have been creating their own front page story as part of a Yorkshire Evening Post backed reading scheme. Picture Tony Johnson.

Crossgates schoolchildren making the news in Yorkshire Evening Post-backed reading scheme

BUDDING journalists at a Leeds school have created their own front page story as part of a Yorkshire Evening Post-backed reading scheme.

CHARITY: Kairen Brown and the group during their trek.

Leeds fundraiser tackles The Great Wall

A leeds fundraiser has raised nearly £20,000 for the MS Society by trekking the Great Wall of China in memory of her husband who battled the illness.

The victim was walking on a path between Penarth Road and Thornfield Way when he was attacked. Picture: Google

Man was repeatedly kicked and punched after leaving bingo club in Leeds

A 51-year-old man was left with a fractured jaw after being seriously assaulted in Leeds.
SEASONAL STYLE: Centre staff get into the Christmas spirit.

Christmas fun in store for young shoppers at Leeds centre

CROSSGATES Shopping Centre is promising bags of festive fun for customers during the countdown to Christmas.

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