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PICTURED: Dramatic images of spectacular lightning over Leeds

Leeds was hit by a dramatic thunder storm and a heavy downpour of rain on Saturday evening.
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Just Eat reveal highest rated takeaways for fish and chips in Leeds

Takeaway company Just Eat have revealed their highest rated takeaways for fish and chips in Leeds.

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Will local election ballot battle transform Leeds’s political map?

It’s local election time again, and with all 99 of Leeds’s council seats up for grabs on May 3, it’s all to play for in the battle to oversee the city’s destiny.

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UK’s rowdiest brunch heading to Leeds

Get ready Leeds! The UK’s rowdiest brunch is heading to the city.

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Curator Chris Sharp looks at a garment made by Chloe Greenwood named Hard Times,  part of the exhibition 'The Felted Mill', which is felt creations by local felters inspired by the Leeds Industrial Musuem, Armley Mill. Picture Tony Johnson.

Artists’ tribute to Leeds mills’ record breaking history

A HEART-FELT tribute to the city’s industrial past has been unveiled after a year-long examination of a museum’s archive.

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

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

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Missing 15-year-old Leeds girl found safe and well

A SCHOOLGIRL from Leeds who went missing from home has been found safe and well.
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Five of Leeds’s most memorable characters

They are the familiar faces which help define a city’s character and soul.

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Police concerns grow for missing Leeds teenager Billie

Police concerns grow for missing Leeds teenager Billie

Police are appealing for information from the public in their search for a missing 15-year-old girl in Leeds.

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Revealed: The Leeds gardens you have to visit

Longer days give us all more opportunity to explore the great outdoors but you don’t have to trek miles into the hills to appreciate nature’s beauty.

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Bogus police officer burgled homes of elderly victims in Leeds

A BURGLAR who tricked his way into the homes of elderly victims by pretending to be a police officer was branded a “coward” by a judge.

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The 22 Leeds cinemas we have loved and lost

Leeds has a rich cinema heritage yet countless movie theatres have fallen by the wayside across the city over the years.

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The 23 closed Leeds pubs which will stir fond memories for drinkers

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

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From fish and chips at the seaside to spring daffodils: The 15 things that make Leeds folk smile

Leeds residents have the most positive outlook in life according to a new study.

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Crufts champ Leeds dog Vinnie fathered Aussie pups by post

Crufts champ Leeds dog Vinnie fathered Aussie pups by post

A DOUBLE Crufts winning champion dog from Leeds has fathered eight puppies in Australia – without setting a paw outside West Yorkshire.

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RETURNING: The Calverley garage sale is back by popular demand.

Leess village garage sale returns

Back by popular demand, Calverley will once again be holding a village-wide garage sale event later this month.

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Jane Aitchison on Monday won a postal vote of local members to be selected as Labour's general election candidate for Pudsey.

MP says Labour can 'kiss goodbye' to key general election target seat after selecting left-wing candidate forced to apologise for tweets

Labour can “kiss goodbye” to one of its top target seats at the next general election after the selection of a left-wing candidate who called the Royal Family “scroungers” and suggested Waitrose shoppers are “scum”, one of the party’s Yorkshire MPs said.

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Leeds transport bosses vow to end ‘phantom’ buses epidemic and reverse plunging passenger numbers

Transport bosses have today vowed to end the problem of “phantom” buses failing to turn up, as part of a wider drive to radically improve Leeds and the wider region’s bus services and reverse plunging passenger numbers.

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Wakefield child rapist died aged 79 after serving just three months of 26-year prison sentence at Leeds jail

A PENSIONER convicted of historic sex offences  against children in Wakefield area died  just  three months after starting a 26-year prison sentence at Armley jail in Leeds, an inquest heard.
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Trains delayed as railway line between Leeds and Harrogate FLOODS

Trains delayed as railway line between Leeds and Harrogate FLOODS

Heavy rain is preventing trains from running between Leeds and Harrogate.

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