Articles written by: Yorkshire Voice Reporter

LUFC manager baffles press and fans at emergency press conference.

LUFC manager baffles press and fans at emergency press conference.

By Maisie Andrews Garth Marcelo Beisla, who has been managing Leeds United Football Club for under a year, is under fire for sending ‘spies’ to watch opponents train. On 11th February 2019, Leeds played the Derby ‘Rams’ at home and won 2-0. In a pre-match interview Beisla admitted he had send employees of the club to watch other Championship teams […]

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LIVE: Boxing – Lomachenko v Pedraza

LIVE: Boxing – Lomachenko v Pedraza

Ring Magazine’s current pound-for-pound number one Vasyl ‘Hi-Tech’ Lomachenko (11-1; 9 KOs) takes on Jose ‘Sniper’ Pedraza (25-1; 12 KOs) from Madison Square Garden theatre on Saturday night. The fight will unify Lomachenko’s WBA (Super) title and Pedraza’s WBO belt in the Lightweight (135 lbs.) division. Three-weight world champion and two-time Olympic gold medallist Lomachenko will be looking to add another world title […]

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Harrogate charity sleepout organiser “humbled” by response from businesses

Harrogate charity sleepout organiser “humbled” by response from businesses

By Daniel Swales On Thursday December 6, Harrogate’s business community took part in a planned night of sleeping rough at Ashville College in order to raise money for local charities such as Harrogate Homeless Project and Changing Lives. Over 30 of Harrogate’s business leaders swapped their bedrooms for the great outdoors as they donned their sleeping bags and braved the […]

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Tour de Yorkshire pioneering the world cycling scene as women’s race to be fully televised

Tour de Yorkshire pioneering the world cycling scene as women’s race to be fully televised

By Tom Clayton The 2019 Tour de Yorkshire will be among the first cycling events in the world to have equal length stages for male and female riders, it was announced today. The event from Thursday May 2 to Sunday May 5 2019 will also see the women’s race televised alongside the men’s as they compete on the Friday and […]

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Could this be Christmas number one? Listen to the Leeds United charity single making the headlines

Could this be Christmas number one? Listen to the Leeds United charity single making the headlines

By Abbey Maclure A Leeds United re-make of Bohemian Rhapsody, which honours manager Marcelo Bielsa, will be released as a charity single on 13th December. Bielsa Rhapsody, a take on the iconic song by Queen, was produced by the team behind the Phat Chants podcast. Stand-up comedian Micky P Kerr, comedy duo Scouse Corner and Matt Bowman, The Pigeon Detectives […]

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Leeds rugby club coaches beat Southgate to win coaching gong

Leeds rugby club coaches beat Southgate to win coaching gong

by James Fountain The coaches of Old Otliensians RFC in Otley have won the Great Coaching Moment of the Year prize at the 2018 UK Coaching Awards. The Leeds-based amateurs were chosen over Gareth Southgate, the England men’s football manager, and Tracey Neville, the England women’s netball coach. The trio of coaches – head coach Kris Stafford, 32, and his […]

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The “A” word – have we really progressed since bedlam?

The “A” word – have we really progressed since bedlam?

  Embed from Getty Images By Charlotte Lascelles Autism – for some it’s an excuse by parents to pardon their children’s behaviour; for some it’s an excuse for bullying; and for others, it’s a reason to lock someone up. Yes, it may well be 2018 but there is still a stigma around autism. I’m autistic, I have a condition called […]

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Roundhay Park welcomes back The English Art Company

Catriona Smith the founder of the English Art Company

By Olivia Dobson A display that aims to help artists increase their income has come back to Roundhay Park for a third time. The display, which is taking place in the Mansion Conservatory, is being hosted by the English Art company. Catriona Moore, from Roundhay, founded the company to help artists increase their income by photographing their original art. Catriona said: “Last […]

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Guiseley pubs and restaurants benefit from picky revellers

The Station Pub

By Tom Clayton It may be doom and gloom for pubs across the UK – but one West Yorkshire town is bucking the trend. Guiseley’s booming social scene has seen four bars and restaurants either opening or been refurbished, showing there is a demand for local eateries and bars. Tony McCaul, manager of The Station in Guiseley, says business is […]

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Leeds: New 550-space Park and Ride extension near Elland Road approved

Leeds: New 550-space Park and Ride extension near Elland Road approved

By Matty Ramage A Leeds Council planning meeting on Thursday ended with a unanimous vote in favour of the development of the Park and Ride site next to Elland Road stadium. The development does not involve any new buildings but will see the addition of 550 new car parking spaces. The planned expansion also involves a signal junction on Bobby […]

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