The free Green Doctor Energy service at Groundwork Leeds – Looking back at the winter achievements Over the winter the Green Doctors at Groundwork Leeds have worked hard to improve the homes of Leeds residents, especially the ones who suffers from cold-related illnesses, families with young children and the elderly.
Last Wednesday (10 June 2015) the Inner South Community Committee met and heard of the dangers of so-called ‘legal highs’. ‘Legal highs’ or New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) as they are properly called, exploit a loophole in the law and are designed to mimic illegal drugs such as Ecstasy, Cocaine and
A woman is due to appear in court today (Monday 15 June 2015) charged with offences after a man was seriously injured in a machete attack in Leeds. The 35-year-old victim received serious cuts to his right arm in the incident which happened at an address in Cottingley Drive at
Leeds Art Gallery are looking for volunteers to help when the British Art Show comes to the city this autumn. You don’t need any qualifications, just a passion for contemporary art and to be able to engage with the public and talk about art and ideas. On 9 October 2015
Detectives investigating a serious sexual assault on a 54-year-old woman in Hunslet have arrested a man. The 27-year-old was arrested yesterday evening on suspicion of rape and is currently in custody. The victim was attacked near to the Tulip Retail Park, in Tulip Street, at about 11.20pm on Saturday (13
Advertising feature The Ruth Gorse Academy is recruiting to a number of non-teaching jobs during June 2015. The Ruth Gorse Academy is a new high school for children aged 11-19. The number currently on roll is 95 – Year 7 only from September 2014. The school will move to purpose