Monthly Archives: November 2012

Leeds today: tram, train, Confucius, the City, Arena, Bramham, traffic, reform and devolution.

Morning Leeds! Mike here with the last BGL of November. If you have an awesome advent calendar ready to go why not tweet us a picture of it? Home-made, whizzy chocolate, or Lego? Let us know what you’ll be opening … Continue reading

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Leeds today: Beer, Apprenticeships, Library, Music

Hi folks! Kathleen here, bringing your news titbits direct to your computer screen. First up, and following on from Mike’s post yesterday, a meeting to discuss the breakthrough on apprenticeships in Leeds is set to take place today, The Guardian … Continue reading

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Leeds today: ‘tache, fares, trains, allotments, apprentices, State of the City and Trinity.

Hello! Mike here, with today’s news post. One of the worst-kept secrets in education has finally been announced: Leeds Trinity is to become a University. This now means we have three universities in Leeds, and of the ten new institutions … Continue reading

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Leeds today: edible beds, iPod births and floods.

Ed’s note: sorry, but once again technical reasons have got in the way. This is Tuesday’s newspost, on a Wednesday. We’ll have Wednesdays up at lunchtime. Happy lunchtime lovelies. Elly here (or @ebsnare, if you will) bringing you up to … Continue reading

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Leeds today: books, markers, santa, Beck arts, libraries, lights, Bramley baths.

Good day everyone, Naziya here, let’s get cracking. We start by mentioning that Bramley baths, the 1904 Grade II listed building, has seen an upsurge of 12,000 visitors since the announcement of its takeover by a community group. Faced with … Continue reading

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Leeds today: Parks, Police, Planning, Paxman, Politics, and Present (shopping).

Hello Leeds! It’s Friday! Time to run around like muppets at the end of the Muppet Show! We knew it would be a bit of a debacle but the full extent of the PCC election in Leeds has finally come … Continue reading

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Leeds today: Changing Lives, Changing Times, Parks (Middleton & Roundhay), The Fleece, Made in Leeds

Ed’s note: for technical reasons this is Thursday’s post, on a Friday. We apologise for the inconvenience. Friday’s post will be up a bit later on. Hello, Kathleen here. Welcome to your daily dose of news nitbits! South Leeds’ revamped … Continue reading

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Leeds today: Moyles, Floyd, Armouries, Kirkstall, HMI, Archives and Kirkgate.

Hello everyone, it’s Joe here bringing you some news and the best our city has to offer this week. Hopefully ones which will keep you warm as well as happy, as we’re in the midst of hot chocolate territory now. … Continue reading

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Leeds today: sweets, Town Hall, strike, run and Willows.

Good afternoon news fans – it’s Elly here with your Tuesday lunchtime news. Staff at hospitals in Pontefract, Wakefield and Dewsbury have begun three days strike action following a vote from staff and Unison members. It’s believed that it will  … Continue reading

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Leeds today: PCC, 10k, gallery, Birds, beer, Lento, arts in sports, dance and panto.

Happy Monday Readers; Naziya here. It’s Thanksgiving week, and whilst I was finishing off my first turkey dinner of the year courtesy of my generous hosts, thousands were recovering from completing the 10Km Headrow- Kirkstall, Abbey Dash. This year Age … Continue reading

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