Monthly Archives: July 2012

Leeds today: drama, fasting, cinema, Waiuku and cauldron.

Good morning news fans! Have we got a Tuesday packed full of stuff for you or what? (It’s the ‘or what’, in case you’re wondering). Leeds Book Club has a touching piece on the death of Maeve Binchy and her … Continue reading

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Leeds today: silver, cigars, milk, blood, voodoo, incinerator, carnival and asylum.

Morning! It’s a lovely day out there, with weather full of mystery and suspense! Who needs boring, predictable sunshine anyway? And so: to the news! The Yorkshire Post has a fantastic article whereby the MPs around the Allerton Park incinerator … Continue reading

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Friday comment: Hitting the right notes?

The Friday Comment is a section on BGL which gives people the space to talk about stuff happening to them in Leeds, occasionally posted at 2pm on Fridays; if you would like to have your say then please get in … Continue reading

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Leeds today: Savile, mums, cottage road, charities, pubs & beer, olympic opinion and smoking.

Today’s BGL is brought to you by journalism trainees from Leeds Trinity University College who’ll be doing Thursdays & Fridays for the next couple of weeks. Today’s writers are Joe Cooper, Faye Dobson and Michael Muncaster. First up: Trinity has … Continue reading

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Leeds today: Gastro, New Inn, Leeds United, Royal Park, Zombies, Pride and Chapel A.

Today’s BGL is brought to you by journalism trainees from Leeds Trinity University College who’ll be doing Thursdays & Fridays for the next couple of weeks. Today’s writers are Nikki Mitchell & Paisley Gilmour. Get a taste for dining out … Continue reading

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Leeds today: horse, Tetleys, bikes, milk, NAP, Beverley, Armley and Slung Low.

Hello readers! I’m Kathleen and this is my first post ever for the lovely Beyond Gdn Leeds! Very happy to be here. So on with the news for today: It was concluded at yesterday’s discussion into the children’s heart surgery … Continue reading

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Leeds today: heart unit, landslip, knitting, Footprint, high spirits, Tramlines and football policing.

Good morning readers! It’s Elly here this Tuesday, or might I call it ‘Newsday’ (fnar fnar). Following on from yesterday’s protests about the closure of the children’s heart unit in Leeds, the BBC reports that the regional health watchdog is … Continue reading

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Leeds today: Groundwork, light, collaboration and cranes, wine, Opera, PFI, fruit and On the Edge.

Morning! It’s glorious out there. It’s like summer has finally arrived. I can hardly believe it. So, if you’re attending the demonstration in Millennium Square at lunchtime against the closure of the children’s heart unit then remember your suncream. The … Continue reading

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Friday Comment: Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

The Friday Comment is a section on BGL which gives people the space to talk about stuff happening to them in Leeds, occasionally posted at 2pm on Fridays; if you would like to have your say then please get in … Continue reading

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Leeds today: the Queen, open mic, Leeds Student, performance, ballet, Gala, Bulls, milk and museum.

Today’s BGL is brought to you by journalism trainees from Leeds Trinity University College who’ll be doing Thursdays & Fridays for the next couple of weeks. Today’s writers are Paisley Gilmour & Joe Cooper. More than 400 Farmers blockaded the … Continue reading

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