Record numbers of fans urging Leeds United towards play-offs

Record numbers of fans urging Leeds United towards play-offs

By Tom Wilson Leeds United supporters are turning out in astonishing numbers this season to urge their team into the Championship play-offs. Elland Road sold just over 36,000 tickets for the match against title favourites Newcastle United, who won it 2-0, while 32,000 turned out to witness Leeds’ 2-0 victory at home to Villa.

Lazy millennials facing huge health risks due to physical inactivity

Lazy millennials facing huge health risks due to physical inactivity

By Rajdeep Jheeta HEALTH EXPERTS say millennials should take up yoga and pilates if they want to avoid experiencing health problems an elderly person would normally have.

Give a book for Christmas – and make someone a better person

Give a book for Christmas – and make someone a better person

By Lauren Entwistle IF YOU want to improve the personality of a friend or relative, you could give them a book as a Christmas gift. A new study states that people who read fiction are more likely to be better at displaying empathy and have a more understanding nature.

Headaches in Headingley as student parties cause noise nuisance

Headaches in Headingley as student parties cause noise nuisance

By Jack Goodman MORE THAN three quarters of noise complaints in Headingley are caused by loud music and parties. A study found that in the LS6 area – a well known hotspot for student accommodation – approximately 83% of the complaints were classified as either ‘party’ or ‘music’ between January and September.

Saviour arrives to spread cheer and rescue York City Knights

Saviour arrives to spread cheer and rescue York City Knights

By Matty Ramage Fans of League One Rugby league outfit York City Knights have been given some Christmas goodwill following news that the club has clawed its way out of debt.


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Lazy millennials facing huge health risks due to physical inactivity

Lazy millennials facing huge health risks due to physical inactivity

By Rajdeep Jheeta HEALTH EXPERTS say millennials should take up yoga and pilates if they want to avoid experiencing health problems an elderly person would normally have.

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University should not be a debt factory

University should not be a debt factory

Sheldon Ridley spoke to students taking part in their first national demonstration… A NEW WAVE of students have arrived to combat the ever threatening policies of the Conservative government.

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Record numbers of fans urging Leeds United towards play-offs

Record numbers of fans urging Leeds United towards play-offs

By Tom Wilson Leeds United supporters are turning out in astonishing numbers this season to urge their team into the Championship play-offs. Elland Road sold just over 36,000 tickets for the match against title favourites Newcastle United, who won it 2-0, while 32,000 turned out to witness Leeds’ 2-0 victory at home to Villa.

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Yorkshire Voice Live: Friday July 31

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Former Bradford City striker John Hendrie brings Christmas cheer to flood-hit Bingley

Former Bradford City striker John Hendrie brings Christmas cheer to flood-hit Bingley

By Will Hardy Thousands of visitors attended Bingley’s annual Christmas fair – this year held as a celebration of the town’s recovery from flooding.

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The train now arriving at platform one is late… but it might not just be the service operator’s fault

The train now arriving at platform one is late… but it might not just be the service operator’s fault

By Billy Curtis The blame for late or cancelled trains should be levelled at the company responsible for the nation’s rail infrastructure and not just the service operators, according to a pressure group.

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University should not be a debt factory

University should not be a debt factory

Sheldon Ridley spoke to students taking part in their first national demonstration… A NEW WAVE of students have arrived to combat the ever threatening policies of the Conservative government.

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Spate of robberies in north Leeds leaves shopkeepers terrified

Spate of robberies in north Leeds leaves shopkeepers terrified

By Anna Riley A SHOP assistant needed hospital treatment after being hit over the head with a gun in an attempted armed robbery at a store in Ireland Wood – the latest in a series of attacks in north Leeds.

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Black Friday – good for trade, bad for Christmas spirit say consumer experts

Black Friday – good for trade, bad for Christmas spirit say consumer experts

By Leanne Simmons BLACK FRIDAY is ruining the spirit of Christmas, according to consumer experts.. The American bargain shopping craze came over to the UK and has evolved into a week-long event with deals every day, culminating on the last Friday of November.

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Greater awareness needed over cochlear implants to help the deaf

Greater awareness needed over cochlear implants to help the deaf

By Tamara Schofield ONLY ONE in five people with hearing impairments in the UK who could benefit from a cochlear implant get referred for assessment.

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Bradford prepares to host Tour de Yorkshire

Bradford prepares to host Tour de Yorkshire

By Jessica Greenway RESIDENTS and cycling groups in Bradford are being urged to attend an event to raise awareness of the city being a host venue in the Tour de Yorkshire.

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Bradford homeless charity benefits from fundraising sleepout

Bradford homeless charity benefits from fundraising sleepout

By Abi Bates A HOMELESS charity in Bradford has received a Christmas gift of £8,500 after fundraising sleep out.

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Yorkshire tops poll for happy householders

Yorkshire tops poll for happy householders

By Matt Guy PEOPLE LIVING in the Yorkshire and Humber region are the happiest in England with their surroundings. According to a new poll, released on November 25 by Co-op Insurance, 92.8 per cent of people in the region feel good about where they live.

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Wildlife centres full of baby hedgehogs due to unusually warm autumn

Wildlife centres full of baby hedgehogs due to unusually warm autumn

By Xanthe Palmer ABNORMALLY warm weather this autumn has left hedgehog hospitals overwhelmed with baby hedgehogs brought in by the public.

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