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CAREERS INSIGHT: Urwa, Varsha and Rahila tell us what it’s really...

As National Careers Week commences, the ‘We are the NHS’ campaign shines a light on what it’s really like to work...

“Respect & Unity”: Abu Bakr supermarket expands with new flagship site...

Leeds has just been given a new grocery store gem, but this grand enterprise offers more than just your palak and aloo.

450 users of child abuse platform arrested in the UK

Other suspects were in the process of applying for jobs working or volunteering with children. 450 people have...

Great loss: Leeds hero Mr Farouk Butt, who touched the hearts...

A Leeds stalwart who dedicated his life to working for Leeds communities for over three decades, sadly passed away following his short...

Life-saving conversations that need to be had about cervical screening

“Two women die every day from cervical cancer. This is particularly sad because cervical cancer is one of the most preventable...

Giving is a gift: Charities partner with Leeds United Foundation to...

“Poverty in the UK is increasing and we must do everything we can to address this issue and reach out to...

Dating’s dangerous secrets: More under 20s sexually assaulted after meeting offenders...

The NCA’s Serious Crime Analysis Section (SCAS), which supports police investigations into serious sexual assaults committed by strangers, released the new figures...

Drug trafficking network dismantled and jailed for a combined 28-years

Four members of a Ghanaian cocaine smuggling group have been jailed for over 28 years. The group attempted to...

Get boosted: GP Partner Dr Raaji Anand answers your Covid-19 booster...

“To bridge the uptake gap, it is highly essential to dispel and debunk myths surrounding Covid-19 vaccines and to signpost to...

‘No manslaughter charge’: Case of Nargis Begum’s tragic fatal accident on...

Nargis Begum (pictured above with her husband Mohammed Bashir) died after the car she was travelling in with her husband Mohammed...

‘Islam in lockdown’: Film student wins festival with pandemic documentary

A University of Bradford film and TV production graduate says he has plans to make more documentaries after winning at a film...

GCSEs and A-level exams: What’s changing?

Pupils' GCSE and A-level exams will be graded more generously than in pre-pandemic years, and details to publish topics that will...

Plans of opportunities for every child, so no child can ‘fall...

New measures to make sure children are getting the quality of education they deserve announced, as the government continues its drive...

Ex-Panorama producer sought out ‘Preteen’ sexual abuse online

A former BBC producer convicted of possessing indecent images of children has received a 22-month suspended sentence. Victor...

Co-op shop floor workers claim victory in first stage of equal...

Co-op is the final supermarket involved in equal pay claims to concede that shop floor workers can compare their roles to that...

Tsunami of poverty – warnings of UK’s low-income families in crisis

Warnings of UK’s low-income families in crisis, and calls for the £20-a-week universal credit uplift to be reinstated

Gold bars seized from money laundering network

The National Crime Agency has obtained a forfeiture order for 15 gold bars worth £650,000 that are linked to an international money...

OPINION: Why we need to keep the BBC licence fee

“If we take a step back and look closely, we get a lot for our £13.25...

Six major benefits of losing weight

It is estimated that over 56% of South Asian adults in the UK are overweight or living with obesity, putting them at...

Campaign urges pregnant women to get boosted now

Almost all pregnant women who were hospitalised or admitted to intensive care with Covid-19 were unvaccinated Pregnant women...

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