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Miller Homes had applied to create the houses, along with a convenience store, off Breary Lane East - and claimed they would help address Leeds' housing shortage by providing "high quality family homes".
9 hrs ago | Wharfedale Observer
A SUNDAY school teacher subjected a young churchgoer to repeated sexual assaults as he read stories to a room of children, a Bradford jury was told.
With the Scottish referendum just weeks away, the rest of the UK is speaking up.
First it was Ross McCormack - and now Matt Smith . Yes, Fulham - and perhaps their manager in particular - appear to have a thing for Leeds United strikers.
Volunteers from the National Citizen Service, which is run in conjunction with the Leeds United Foundation, donned fancy dress and pitched in to show their support for the foodbank.
A new taskforce is being set up to crack down on the scourge of human trafficking in Leeds, the YEP can reveal.
If you look carefully, you'll even find the Union Jack flying from mass-produced goods on the high street - and you might surprised to learn which ones are British Keeping things close to home is great.
An organised gang of thieves has caused black-outs at hundreds of homes in Leeds by systematically targeting overhead power lines.
A student suffered horrific injuries after being subjected to a terrifying rape by a violent shop worker who offered to help her get home from a Leeds nightclub.
PLANS for a small travellers' caravan site on a piece of Leeds wasteland are expected to be thrown out by councillors next week - despite the city having an acknowledged "shortfall" of facilities.
They're simply my favorite band of the decade, so I'm thrilled that alt-J will be premiering a good chunk of its new album live for you to see and hear on September 2. That album, This Is All Yours, is another eclectic mix of English folk and art rock, with disturbing and intoxicating lyrics, rhythms and melodies that shift, fall apart and explode.
Could a modern tram system be the answer to York's congestion problems? Former Liberal Democrat councillor Christian Vassie thinks so - and, following a visit to two French cities with tram systems of their own, he's made a film explaining why.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 11:09 am
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