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Thunder and hail possible as more unsettled weather hits Leeds - but heatwave is on the way | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 25, 2018
Hail and thunderstorms could bombard Leeds today as the unsettled weather of spring looks set to continues.
Time is running out to invest in unique share scheme for Headingley | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 25, 2018
With just a few weeks to go, a unique community share scheme offering people the chance to invest in Headingley has reached over £351,000 - nearly three-quarters of its target.
1982 Leeds: Is this the city you remember? | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 25, 2018
It was the year female canteen workers at Kirkstall Forge staged a walkout in a dispute over pay parity and Leeds United were relegated.
DNA spray to be used 24 hours a day in battle against illegal off-road bikers | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
DNA spray used to catch out rogue off-road bikers will be rolled out 24 hours a day across the district.
Leeds man’s factory death: Inquest jury told risk from machines passing close together not identified | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
THE health and safety co-ordinator at a Leeds factory where a worker died after becoming trapped between two machines had not identified the risk posed by the machines passing close together, an inquest jury heard.
Leeds office site wins wellbeing prize | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
An office block at the city’s flagship Kirkstall Forge development has won a top award for its design.
The Leeds Fund: Confectioner’s sweet gift for young people | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Kids and grown-ups love it so...and these West Yorkshire causes have all got a good reason to be sweet on the happy world of Haribo.
Severe disruption to Northern train services after incident between Halifax and Bradford | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Passengers are being warned to expect cancellations and delays to Northern services in West Yorkshire following an incident on the railway this morning.
Search is on for images which best capture Pennines’ unique outlook | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
IT is an area that has inspired artists and photographers for generations, and the stunning images of the south Pennines that were captured on camera last year have set in motion a search for more.
Leeds MP Richard Burgon: We must reverse the drift towards US-style healthcare | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
St. James’s Hospital is in my constituency. It’s a place that means a lot to me. I was born there.
Award triumph for dedicated Leeds nurse | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
An inspirational Leeds nurse who has carried out vital work for more than two decades has won national praise from health chiefs.
‘Without the Leeds trauma centre, I wouldn’t be here today’ | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
It is a lifeline based in the heart of Leeds that offers invaluable care for those who have suffered life-changing injuries.
Buying tickets for the FIFA 2018 World Cup finals in Russia? Don't fall foul of the scammers | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Significant worldwide demand for tickets is expected ahead of this summer's FIFA 2018 World Cup finals in Russia.
Police car bricked while impounding Lamborghini supercar | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
A police car was pelted with bricks after officers stopped the driver of a Lamborghini in Halifax.
Wanted: Police hunt for convicted burglar from Malton who has links to Leeds | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Police are seeking the public's help in the hunt for a convicted burglar from Malton who is wanted on recall to prison.
Leeds nostalgia: Man falls 50ft... lands on feet | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
If you think freak weather is a modern phenomenon, think again because this week in 1948, snow was falling across the Pennines and even in the lower climes of Halifax and Morecambe. Sleet fell in Settle, with temperatures in Leeds dropping to just 2 Celsius.
Burglars cut through shutter to steal from Harrogate town centre shop | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Burglars stole items from a camera shop in Harrogate after cutting through the shutter under cover of darkness.
Lawn plan for busy Leeds city centre gateway | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
A lawn is set to be created at a hectic and “very important” gateway of Leeds city centre.
Director of Pateley accountancy firm thanks firefighters following blaze | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
The director of an accountancy firm which went up in flames on Pateley High Street has praised the work of firefighters at the scene.
West Yorkshire highest for horse cruelty complaints as sick animals 'dumped at roadside' | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
MORE COMPLAINTS are made about cruelty to horses in West Yorkshire than anywhere else in the country, new RSPCA figures show.
Leeds United post-season tour: Where is Burma and is it safe to travel there? | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Leeds United have announced they will play two friendlies in the south-east Asian nation of Burma soon after the Championship season ends.
Leeds hospices’ 40 anniversaries: 40 fundraising ideas to pay tribute to the much-loved institutions | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
With Leeds’ two hospices celebrating their 40th anniversaries this year, we are giving our Half and Half Appeal a fundraising push in their honour.
Fire breaks out at accountancy firm in Pateley Bridge | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Firefighters are still on the scene of an incident in Pateley Bridge, which has affected motorists, school students and local businesses.
Yorkshire Paedophile hunters make public apology for falsely shaming innocent man on Live sting | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
A group of paedophile hunters in Yorkshire have been forced to issue an apology after they confronted a suspected paedophile and live streamed it on social media - only to later realise the man was innocent.
Nutty show expected as Madness head to Leeds | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Pop legends Madness are set to turn the First Direct Arena in Leeds into their very own house of fun later this year.
Harrogate dad's cycle from Paris to Geneva in bid to end child neglect | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
A Harrogate dad-of-two is preparing for his ‘biggest challenge ever’ when he will cycle 380 miles from Paris to Geneva in a bid to end child neglect.
Disgraced West Yorkshire Police inspector must pay £135,000 over drug stash found at his home | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
A disgraced West Yorkshire Police inspector has been ordered to pay £135,000 after more than half a million pounds worth of drugs were found at his home.
Accident causes travel disruption as one lane of M62 in closed near Leeds | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Motorists using the M62 motorway this morning are being warned to expect delays after an accident involving a van closed one lane.
Leeds's Turtle Bay allowed to trade later despite police concerns | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
A restaurant and bar in a “red zone” of Leeds city centre has been permitted to open and sell alcohol later on weekends – despite authorities’ concerns about a rise in late night crime in the surrounding area.
VIDEO: Watch as majestic war horse is crane lifted into new home in Featherstone | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
At four-tonnes in weight, nearly 20ft tall and nine metres long, Featherstone's war horse is not easy to manoeuvre.
Leeds lap dancing club Silks allowed to keep trading | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
A Leeds lap dancing club has been allowed to continue trading by licensing chiefs.
Police investigating death of man found inside Batley house | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
A woman has been interviewed by police investigating the death of a 39-year-old man in Batley.
Trail of destruction after dumper trucks stolen from Leeds building site and driven across Temple Newsam golf course | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Thieves left a trail of destruction in their wake after stealing two large dumper trucks from a building site in Leeds last night.
WEATHER: Leeds braced for heavy downpours which could last for HOURS | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
It look as if the spring sunshine and warm weather we all enjoyed last week has well and truly vanished.
Paedophile hunters make public apology after falsely shaming innocent Leeds man in live 'sting' | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
A group of paedophile hunters have been forced to issue an apology after they confronted a suspected paedophile and live streamed it on social media - only to later realise the man was innocent.
1981 Leeds: Is this the city you remember? | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
It was the year Bucks Fizz won the Eurovision Song Contest, the world’s first DeLorean (of Back to the Future fame) rolled off the production line and Leeds United finished ninth in the league.
Leeds United accused of 'assisting a brutal regime' by fan MP after announcing post-season tour of Myanmar | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Leeds United have been accused by an MP supporter of "assisting a brutal regime" after announcing a post-season tour of Myanmar, which is facing British and international condemnation over alleged ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya people.
Police pursuit on A64 in North Yorkshire ends with arrest of two Bradford men | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Two men from Bradford were arrested after a police pursuit on the A64 in North Yorkshire.
Commonwealth celebration at Leeds Minster | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Civic, community and faith leaders came together at Leeds Minster for a special service in celebration of the Commonwealth.
Tax fraud arrest after HMRC officers visit Leeds car park | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
A man has been arrested after tax fraud investigators visited a car park on the outskirts of Leeds city centre this morning.
Revealed: The films that captured Leeds on the big screen | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
From famous features to lesser-known gems, Leeds is no stranger to film crews and cameras.
Sizzling week-long heatwave set to hit Yorkshire again, say forecasters | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
The heatwave may have disappeared - but don't worry, there's another one on the way!
Windrush scandal ‘among cruellest examples of unaccountable state power targeting the vulnerable’, says Leeds MP Richard Burgon | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
The Windrush scandal has exposed one of the “cruellest examples of unaccountable state power targeting the vulnerable”, a Yorkshire MP has claimed, as Ministers faced fresh calls to provide legal aid to victims.
Cyber crime officers to be recruited in West Yorkshire | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
Nearly 70 specialist officers are being recruited to help tackle rising levels of online criminal activity in West Yorkshire.
How driving in certain types of footwear could INVALIDATE your car insurance | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | April 24, 2018
After last week's tropical temperatures it's only natural that the summer clothes came out of the wardrobe, even if they've not been used so far this week...
Torquay United v Guiseley | BBC
BBC | April 24, 2018
Live coverage of Tuesday's National League game between Torquay United and Guiseley.
Alcoholic mother's children left home alone in Bradford | BBC
BBC | April 24, 2018
The two children were found on a busy street in Bradford in the early hours, barefoot and wearing just their pyjamas.
Jailed police inspector ordered to repay drugs proceeds | BBC
BBC | April 24, 2018
Keith Boots was jailed for stealing confiscated drugs and selling them back to criminal gangs.
Bradford City v Milton Keynes Dons | BBC
BBC | April 24, 2018
Live coverage of Tuesday's League One game between Bradford City and Milton Keynes Dons.
Leeds United to tour Myanmar despite ongoing military offensive | BBC
BBC | April 24, 2018
Leeds United are to tour Myanmar in May, despite an ongoing military offensive and travel warnings for certain areas.