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Thursday 23rd May Lunchtime news roundup

Take a look at today’s lunchtime news roundup.  

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Yorkshire Voice Tuesday 21st May

Yorkshire Voice Tuesday 21st May

Take a look at today’s show HERE, as we looked at: Leeds City Council’s decision to increase event capacity at Roundhay Park to 80,000 Supermarket chain Morrisons becoming the first in the country to make their fruit and veg aisle plastic-free The decrease in childhood obesity rates in Leeds A special live interview with the Make May Purple stroke awareness […]

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Yorkshire Voice Monday 20th May

Take a look at today’s show HERE, as we looked at: Welcome to Yorkshire unveiling their ‘Yorkshire Garden’ at the Chelsea Flower Show The giant crane that has been put up to build Leeds’ tallest skyscraper The volunteer project helping the homeless this Ramadan All the action from this weekend’s Big Summer Bash in Rugby League. PLUS MUCH MORE!

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Greengrocer reopens to provide local produce to the people of Headingley

Greengrocer reopens to provide local produce to the people of Headingley
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‘The Zone’ educates young people in the midst of rising knife crime in West Yorkshire

‘The Zone’ educates young people in the midst of rising knife crime in West Yorkshire
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Residents campaign to stay in their own homes

Residents campaign to stay in their own homes
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LS26 residents to be left homeless if demolition plans go ahead

LS26 residents to be left homeless if demolition plans go ahead

By Elisha Atkinson Plans to demolish houses on Sugar Hill Drive and Wordsworth Close in Oulton Leeds could leave its residents homeless. In under two weeks Leeds City Council will be considering plans by housing developer Pemberstone that want to demolish and redevelop the estate. The current properties are rented and will be replaced by larger houses that will be […]

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Yorkshire Voice Show Thursday 16th May

Take a look at today’s show HERE, as we looked at: West Yorkshire Police’s strategy to tackle knife crime. The archaeologists making the most out of the Ilkley Moor fire. The public’s reaction to new HS2 plans. The student led campaign looking to tackle stress and mental health through running. PLUS MUCH MORE!

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Longstanding traditional greengrocer in Leeds saved by local community group Headingley Development Trust

Longstanding traditional greengrocer in Leeds saved by local community group Headingley Development Trust

by Abbey Maclure A 100-year-old greengrocer in Headingley has been saved for the community, after a local enterprise group bought out the business. The shop in North Lane was facing closure after the former owner, Keith Harris, retired two years ago. His family decided to sell up the business and approached the Headingley Development Trust (HDT), a community enterprise which […]

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Tram system plans suggested to replace HS2

Tram system plans suggested to replace HS2

By Abbey Maclure and Elisha Atkinson A tram system could be reintroduced into Leeds City Centre after plans have been brought forward by The Taxpayers Alliance. The Taxpayers Alliance asked critics to draw up alternative plans to the controversial HS2. Harry Fone, employee at The Taxpayers Alliance said: “Well what it’s going to mean is better transport for the people […]

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