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Headingley Farmers’ Market nominated for national FARMA award

Headingley Farmers’ Market nominated for national FARMA award

by Abbey Maclure Headingley market has been nominated for the Farm Retail Association’s (FARMA) Best Farmers’ Market of the Year award. Winners will be announced on 26 February at the FARMA annual conference. We visited the market to find out more:

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Headingley Stadium taking shape as south stand opens

Headingley Stadium taking shape as south stand opens

By Tom Clayton HEADINGLEY Stadium’s new south stand was officially opened on Sunday with round five of rugby union’s Greene King IPA Championship. Leeds’ professional rugby union side Yorkshire Carnegie were hosts to Bedford Blues as the new stand opened with brand new press and media facilities, as well as new seating in the upper tier. The work, undertaken by […]

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Folk band Whitney Gin rocks Headingley Enterprise and Arts Centre for Crohn’s and colitis charity

Folk band Whitney Gin rocks Headingley Enterprise and Arts Centre for Crohn’s and colitis charity

By Jazmine Ella Blackah A folk band took to the stage at Headingley Enterprise and Arts Centre to raise money for sufferers of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

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New Years Resolutions 2018

New Years Resolutions 2018

Every year, thousands of people all over the world make New Years resolutions. The people of Yorkshire tend to focus their resolutions on living a healthier lifestyle. Monika Parnarauskaite reports:

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X Factor winner Sam Bailey speaks of starring role in Kay Mellor’s Fat Friends as show closes in Leeds

Sam Bailey plays Betty Simpson in Fat Friends the Musical.

By Tamika McCrory X FACTOR winner Sam Bailey has hailed scriptwriter Kay Mellor a national treasure as Fat Friends the Musical ends its successful run in Leeds.

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Autumn burglary warning issued by West Yorkshire Police

Autumn burglary warning issued by West Yorkshire Police

By Georgi Cox A campaign is being launched by West Yorkshire Police to help prevent residents from becoming victims of burglary as the dark nights draw in.

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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.

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Police pledge to crackdown on noisy student house parties in Leeds

Police pledge to crackdown on noisy student house parties in Leeds

By Abbey Gray A CLAMPDOWN on noisy student parties has been announced in Headingley. West Yorkshire Police have said that reducing noise caused by parties is of high priority and are working alongside Leeds City Council and universities to tackle this. The council’s out of hours Noise Nuisance Team and police officers patrol the area regularly in an attempt to […]

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Plans for Facebook drugs party halted in Leeds after police step in

Plans for Facebook drugs party halted in Leeds after police step in

By Mike Berriman A planned party which invited guests to bring “a bag o’ chems” to a house in Headingley has been prevented after the organisers were issued with an anti-social behaviour order. The event, which was expected to attract up to 350 people to the house on Richmond Avenue, had been advertised on Facebook. But police officers from Leeds […]

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Calls for extra train carriages after Leeds commuters left stranded

Calls for extra train carriages after Leeds commuters left stranded

By Liam Smedley   Frustrated rail users are calling on Northern Rail to add extra carriages to the packed Headingley and Burley line after being stranded on the platform due to packed to capacity trains. Northern Rail claim the problem is due to a 47 per cent increase in rail users over the past decade. However, Leeds residents feel this occurs because Northern […]

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