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A glamorous Morley businesswoman was tasked with the challenge of running a farm shop, winning her a place in the next round of The Apprentice.
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Specialist teams have been searching the area of woodland off Beckhill Avenue, Leeds, since Monday after receiving information.
Shaun Hill, 39, was due to appear at Leeds Magistrates' Court today accused over an alleged incident at Bar Phono, on Lower Briggate in the city centre, last year.
Hard-working staff at a community trust in Leeds are celebrating after securing their future with a massive funding boost.
May 23 sees the fourth annual conference of the national 20's Plenty campaign, which aims to make us all become more considerate drivers, but speeding violations are actually on the up.
A criminal case review is under way after a nurse, who murdered four elderly hospital patients by injecting them with insulin, launched a bid to overturn his convictions.
A few weeks back, British alt-pop quintet The Dunwells preformed at UC Santa Barbara's Storke Plaza.
I have nothing but contempt for overpaid, over-mighty managers, buttressed in power and authority by the Tory NHS "reforms" They are the elected Unison and Unite representatives of workers at the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, based in Wakefield, which has a history of chronic mismanagement.
Fellow wrestler Al "Armour-plated" Marshall, veteran of more than 1,000 bouts, said of her: "She fought for women's rights, she was the Emily Pankhurst of wrestling." The comparison with the early 20th Century suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst came about because of Brittain's battles with local councils to be allowed to wrestle.
From Granada TV to Radio Leeds, the North has always punched above its weight as a broadcaster.
Opponents of the Government's planned high-speed rail link fear failed hardship compensation claims by residents in the south of England are a sign of things to come for Yorkshire.
The late Charlie Adams and Jayson Kunnuk from the film Qallunajatut will be screened at the Katittavik town hall theatre May 15 at 7:30 p.m.. Nunavik filmmaker Jobie Weetaluktuk will remain in Kuujjuaq until May 17 to meet film lovers and students and to present two of his films in Kuujjuaq for the first time.
The tireless service and dedication of head teachers who have clocked up over 280 years' service between them was honoured at a special reception.
A woman has been jailed for eight months after she falsely claimed she had been sexually attacked in the street leading to the arrest of an innocent man.