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27-foot tall ‘Knfe Angel’ sculpture made from over 100,000 seized blades...

The touring Knife Angel sculpture is coming to Leeds in February, to send a powerful message and...

Tackling heat waste: Leeds to benefit from £15.5 million funding for...

Hundreds of Leeds homeowners, renters, and landlords of properties without gas central heating can now get energy...

Low-income homeowners can now apply for free solar panels and insulation

Low-income homeowners in Leeds can now apply for free solar panels and insulation, thanks to a new scheme to help residents save...

New youth-led mental health projects

On national Mental Health Awareness Week (10 – 16 May), Leeds City Council is launching a range of new resources created by...

Swathes of the country already in Tier 3 to remain there

Almost every area that has been in Tier 3 restrictions, will remain under the tightest restrictions over Christmas so for at least...

No new COVID-19 restrictions in Leeds for a further week

No new restrictions have been imposed on Leeds by the government today, but the city could face further limits this time next...

Plans in for Leeds Rolls-Royce dealership

Plans have been submitted to Leeds City Council for a new Rolls-Royce dealership on Gelderd Motor Park, which is due to open in 2018. Stratstone,...

Leeds business “smoked out” with shisha bar conviction

A Burmantofts business has been prosecuted by Leeds City Council for operating as a shisha bar allowing smoking in enclosed premises. The owner of Babylon...

Building the skills to pay the bills: Trainee apprentice secures full-time...

A former trainee on an innovative Leeds City Council heritage and construction skills programme has claimed a prestigious industry prize. After finishing second last year...

Warm reception for refugees

Leeds welcomes families fleeing war-torn Syria As part of the Leeds Resettlement Programme, a group of refugee families fleeing war torn Syria have received...

Local eyesore to become supermarket

A controversial planning application for a new supermarket in a Leeds suburb has been recommended for approval. Aldi have submitted the plans for a 1,638sqm-store,...

‘I am the product of Harehills’

Young Leeds councillor aims to find strength in diversity As the votes were counted earlier this month and the political embodiment of Leeds City Council...

Cabbies are unhAPPy with Uber: Taxi drivers protest over ‘unliveable’ wages

Around one hundred private hire drivers gathered outside Leeds Town Hall on Friday afternoon to protest against the popular international taxi app Uber. The firm...

Flooding bill tops £1BILLION: Gov’t offer ‘not enough’ to protect Leeds

Leader of Leeds City Council, Cllr Judith Blake, has labelled the proposed government investment in the city following the Boxing Day floods as ‘disappointing’...

‘Call’ for access

Drivers question latest bus lane regulations Private hire vehicle (PHV) drivers in Leeds have questioned why access to one of the city’s busiest streets...

Drivers request bus lane access

1,000 strong petition handed to Leeds City Council A group of taxi drivers from across Leeds gathered in the city centre last week to hand...

Rates cut for outdoor traders

Council looks to please tenants after drop in footfall Outside traders at one of Leeds’ most historic city markets are to receive a 20 per...

B-ROAD-ening knowledge

School awarded for dedication to road safety Two young pupils from Leeds accepted a national award on behalf of the Grammar School at Leeds (GSAL)...

Learn English in Leeds

Interactive site launches to bring communities together A new online service to help people learn English as they settle in to life in Leeds was...

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