Year: 2019

Two serious assaults in South Leeds

Two crime scenes remain in place this morning (Saturday 16 November 2019) in South Leeds, outside St Matthew’s Community Centre in Holbeck and on Dewsbury Road opposite the Broadway pub. West Yorkshire Police are calling for assistance in tracing two potential victims of a robbery which occurred outside a community

More plastic items can go in your green recycling bin

From today (15 November 2019) South Leeds residents can recycle even more types of plastic in their green recycling bin. Leeds City Council’s waste service is now able to accept most pots, tubs, trays and cartons in the green bin. Common examples include fruit juice cartons, yoghurt pots, ice-cream/butter/margarine tubs

General election 2019: candidates announced

Nominations for candidates standing in the General Elections have closed today (14 November 2019) and the list of candidates has been published. LS10 and LS11 sit within the Leeds Central constituency, represented since 1999 by Hilary Benn for Labour. The candidates are as follows: BENN, Hilary – Labour Party CARLISLE,

Leeds College of Building rated ‘Good’ in Ofsted report

The Principal of the UK’s only specialist further education construction college says he is “delighted” after Leeds College of Building was graded ‘Good’ in all areas in its most recent Ofsted inspection. Since the previous inspection, staff have spent the past two years working to improve standards. Ofsted has recognised the

Review: Reasons To Stay Alive at Leeds Playhouse

‘Depression never lies!’ As we sit in the darkness awaiting the show to begin, three large structures lurk on stage. The lights switch on and a man begins to speak. He is telling his journey through depression and how it began. We get to know him as older Matt (Phil