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North Leeds

Speed cameras in Leeds from July 16

Here is a list of speed cameras in Leeds from July 16.

Transport
Traffic in Leeds.

Roadworks in Leeds from July 16

Here are planned roadworks in Leeds from Monday, July 16.

East Leeds
Lamb rump with mash potatoes. PIC: Tony Johnson

Restaurant review: Lupe’s Cantina, Leeds

I’m always wary when friends recommend to me their favourite ethnic neighbourhood restaurant to write it up for this column.

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Roundhay Park is hosting these open air plays this summer

Roundhay Park is hosting these open air plays this summer

Fancy watching some classic theatre in the glorious surroundings of Roundhay Park?

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Video: Watch Leeds band's brass version of Football's Coming Home

A Leeds band have entered into the World Cup spirit by filming a brass version of classic England anthem Football's Coming Home.

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Listed: The 22 random facts you (probably) didn’t know about Leeds

Think you know everything there is to know about your home city?

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World Cup fandemonium in Leeds forces police to close main road

The footballing action might all be taking place thousands of miles away in Russia.

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Mixed antipasti'. PIC: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Restaurant review: Marinella’s, Alwoodley, Leeds

THAT’S enough for one night,” says Pasqualina, flipping the sign on the door to “Closed” and starting to collect in the menus from the scattered tables beneath sky-blue parasols across the broad pavement outside.

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Police on patrol in Albion Street, Leeds.  PIC: Bruce Rollinson

Crime related to alcohol targeted in Leeds

TOUGHER licensing rules could be introduced in parts of the city known for alcohol-related crime as councillors look to crack down on anti-social behaviour.

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Two new rail stations proposed in Leeds: Your chance to have a say on schemes

Two new rail stations proposed in Leeds: Your chance to have a say on schemes

LEEDS residents are being invited to have a say on proposals to create two new rail stations in the city.

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By Gail Thompson.

Your YEP Picture of the Day - 4 July

Swans at Roundhay Park, by Gail Thompson.

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"Russia takes some beating": An England fan from Leeds at the World Cup

"Russia takes some beating": An England fan from Leeds at the World Cup

A lifelong England fan from Leeds has spoken about his 'fantastic' experiences watching the national side at the World Cup this summer.

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UPGRADE: A fundraising group has raised more than �49,000 to revamp Roundhay Playground. PIC: Tony Johnson

Leeds park appeal at halfway mark

A group of parents who are campaigning to raise £100,000 to revamp a playground are almost halfway to their target after just two months of fundraising.

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Anne Chitty

Daughter’s Leeds 10K to raise awareness of cancer that claimed mum’s life

A RETIRED health visitor whose mother and best friend were diagnosed with bowel cancer within months of each other is set to run the Leeds 10K to raise awareness of the disease.

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Bright idea for street lighting improvements in Leeds

Council bosses are ready to flick the switch on improvements to tens of thousands of street lights in Leeds.

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Coun Judith Blake

Council leader sends condolences after four men killed in Leeds horror crash

LEEDS City Council leader Coun Judith Blake has said everyone at the council's "thoughts and condolences" are with the families of the four young men killed in a  crash in Horsforth.

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These are all of the delicious stalls at the North Leeds Food Festival

These are all of the delicious stalls at the North Leeds Food Festival

If you're looking for a day out on what promises to be a hot weekend, the North Leeds Food Festival in Roundhay Park is ideal for all ages.
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Leeds pupils brush up on diversity for World Afro Day

PUPILS at a Leeds school learnt about the importance of diversity during a special lesson held as part of the build-up to this year’s World Afro Day.

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Pub review: The True Briton, Meanwood, Leeds

THERE are just four public houses which have ever employed my services.

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8oz sirloin with sides of triple cooked chips, shredded leaks, onion rings. PIC: Tony Johnson

Restaurant review: Don’t Tell The Duke, Wetherby, Leeds

The decor at Wetherby’s Don’t Tell The Duke (formerly Sir Duke’s) is somewhere between Baron Munchausen and Alice In Wonderland, the resulting pastiche offering up a borderline eccentric mix of novelty and art.

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