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Mother and brother of Leeds man who murdered wife found not guilty of assisting an offender

THE MOTHER and brother of a Leeds man who murdered his wife before dumping it in woods and setting it on fire  have been found not guilty of assisting an offender.

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Man guilty of murdering wife and dumping body in Leeds woodland before setting it alight

Man guilty of murdering wife and dumping body in Leeds woodland before setting it alight

A MAN and his friend have been been found guilty of murdering his wife before dumping her body in woodland in Leeds and setting it alight.

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By Michael Cooper.

Your YEP Picture of the Day - 9 January

Middleton Park pond, by Michael Cooper.

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Skye Sutcliffe.

Get behind fundraiser in memory of brave Leeds youngster

She was a toddler “overcome by happiness”, whose brave fight for life captured the hearts of people across the city.

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Leeds police searching for vulnerable man say he should not be approached

Leeds police searching for vulnerable man say he should not be approached

Police in Leeds are searching for an 'extremely vulnerable' man who went missing earlier.

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Schoolboy Ellis Dove, seven, of Middleton, with a sack full of presents. He emptied his piggybank to buy warm clothes for a homeless man because he  was so concerned about him living in a tent in Leeds city centrre. 8 December 2017.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

Kind Leeds schoolboy bought Christmas gifts for homeless ‘man in the tent’

BIG-hearted schoolboy Ellis Dove emptied his piggbybank to buy Christmas presents for a homeless man sleeping in a tent in Leeds city centre.

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Video: New urban bike park opens in Leeds

A NEW urban bike park has been officially opened in Leeds.

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TOP MARKS: Pupils from St Philips Catholic Primary with deputy head Hannah Taylor. PIC: James Hardisty

Making the news in Leeds with help of your YEP

CHILDREN at a Leeds school are getting an insight into important issues in their home city – thanks to a Yorkshire Evening Post-backed reading scheme.

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Consultation: What do you think of plans for new £5m Leeds primary school?

Consultation: What do you think of plans for new £5m Leeds primary school?

Views on a proposed new £5m primary school in Leeds are being sought.
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PIC: Simon Hulme

YEP Says: Listen to retired Leeds GP’s health fears

WHEN A retired GP criticises Leeds City Council over the scrapping of fitness classes, it is to be hoped the authority takes note.

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Woman and child, seven, hit by car outside Leeds primary school

Woman and child, seven, hit by car outside Leeds primary school

A woman and a young child have been hurt after being struck by a car outside a primary school.

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Michael Strong.

Inquest opened into the death of Leeds pedestrian struck by a car

The inquest of a man killed by a car as he walked along the road on which he lived has been opened and adjourned.

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New £5 million Leeds primary school could open next year

A new £5m primary school is set to be built in Leeds in an effort to tackle a school places shortage in the city.

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PIC: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Five things you should know about... Middleton Railway in Leeds

Think you know Middleton Railway in Leeds?

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JOB DONE: Rachel Parker of Rothwell with a treat for Charlie after the ride.

Riding out in style for Halloween in Leeds

ADULTS and children saddled up for a frightfully good time courtesy of Riding for the Disabled’s Middleton Park Equestrian Centre in Leeds.

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Taneisha Felton

Can you help police trace missing 15-year-old Leeds girl?

POLICE are appealing for the public's  help to trace missing  15-year-old Leeds girl Taneisha Felton.
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Wakefield city centre.

New radio station hits the airwaves of south Leeds and Wakefield

A New digital radio network is set to launch its first station tomorrow.

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Yorkshire heritage railway enthusiast buys his own train

Yorkshire heritage railway enthusiast buys his own train

North York Moors Railway rolling stock manager Paul Middleton spends his working day tinkering with trains.

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The Centenary Pavilllion at Elland Road. PIC: Tony Johnson

These are the sixteen people who admit to being part of the shocking Leeds Elland Road boxing event violence

SIXTEEN people have today pleaded guilty to violent disorder in relation to a large scale disturbance at a boxing match in Leeds.

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David Houlgate.

Judge tells murderer he showed ‘no remorse’ as he gets life sentence for savage murder of friend at Leeds flat

A murderer was told he had shown ‘no remorse’ as he was given a life sentence for the brutal killing of his friend in his own flat.

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