The Fire Brigades Union have announced plans for further strike action to take place on Friday 31 October 2014 at 18.00 until 4 November 2014 at 18.00.
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service will continue to provide emergency fire and rescue cover during the strike though the level of response may be more limited than at other times.
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Aire Valley Homes Leeds Tenant Conference 2012
Leeds will be alive with the sound of song this summer, with a whole host of singing opportunities for people of all ages.
Leeds will be offering up a feast of sporting action over the coming weeks as the city celebrates all the action at the London 2012 Olympic
A Leeds landlord has been prosecuted for failing to keep a rented property in East End Park, Leeds in a liveable condition.
A newly launched website dedicated to helping people find affordable housing has seen unprecedented traffic
A South Leeds builder dug himself into a hole after illegally dumping building waste when excavating a cellar.
Leeds City Council has committed to invest over £53million in its housing stock over the next year.
Free insulation could be the key to keeping your home cool now that summer has decided to put in an appearance.
Statement regarding outcome of Joint Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee (Yorkshire and the Humber) meeting 24 July 2012
A first phase of the prestigious new Eastgate Quarters development in Leeds, which includes a flagship John Lewis store, could be open by au
The UK’s biggest annual free outdoor pop event went down a storm with 70,000 lucky Leeds residents today.
Wrap Up Leeds is offering to clear lofts to make sure disabled or visually impaired people don’t miss out on free insulation.
A health watchdog representing 15 councils across the Yorkshire and Humber region is meeting at Leeds Civic Hall next week
Leeds will launch ambitious plans to become a child friendly city during this week’s Royal visit.
While the eyes of the world may be turning to London for the 2012 Olympic Games, one sport in Leeds is already looking ahead to Rio in 2016.
The untold stories behind a unique collection of artefacts some of which have never been on public display before will be told in a new exhi
Crowds of excited people lined the streets today to give a warm welcome to Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburg
A hoard of historic golden treasure found in the Leeds area which dates back to the seventh century has this week been named among the top 5
Leeds City Council’s executive board has given the go ahead for a public consultation to take place regarding proposals to changes in chargi
Leeds City Council is stepping up its efforts to turn a vision of a cleaner, greener city into a reality.
The proposal to unite armed forces members and Leeds City Council has been agreed
Smoking proved to be an even more expensive habit for one Leeds man after being fined for throwing a cigarette away.
Council chiefs in Leeds will be asked to approve the establishment of the Leeds Apprenticeship Training Agency (ATA) at a meeting of the exe
Leeds council chiefs will be discussing plans to reduce the number of council offices in the city centre
People in Leeds are being reminded to make the most of modern methods to ensure their names are on the electoral register in time to vote in
Leeds is busy making major preparations for a very high-profile visit this week as the city is set to welcome Her Majesty The Queen and His
New seats currently being installed will be the hottest tickets in town as big-name international acts are already being lined up to play to
The dedication of dog wardens has paid off after they rescued a stray on the run for four months.
The Leeds athletes bidding for glory at the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games were given a special send-off at Civic Hall today
Leeds City Council is pleased to announce the launch of our new website
If successful, a funding bid could see the amount, type and frequency of waste collection services in Leeds change dramatically.
Have your say on proposals for new schools in Harehills and South Leeds.
To make recycling across the city even easier, recycling banks for unwanted gizmos and gadgets are being placed in a number of Leeds schools
Following the announcement to close the children’s heart unit in Leeds, a motion confirming the council’s support for an appeal to the Secre
A portrait painting at the centre of a royal mystery from one of the most dramatic periods in English history is the latest attraction to go
The leader of Leeds City Council hailed today’s government announcement of a City Deal transferring powers and spending to the City Region a
A vehicle seized after being used to illegally dump waste has been sold with the money being used to buy extra equipment to combat environme
KPMG has agreed terms to occupy a new 60,000 sq ft office development, which will be the first of three buildings proposed around a new area
Go-ahead for Leeds to have the UK's first modern trolleybus network will deliver a massive boost for the region's economic recovery.
The Leeds Visitor Centre has been highlighted as one of the best in Yorkshire after being shortlisted for the prestigious White Rose Awards.
Leeds City Council condemns today’s decision by the Joint Committee of Primary Care Trusts to close the children’s heart surgery unit in Lee
Locally-based people, businesses and communities are the key to economic and democratic revival of our towns and cities according to a Leeds
The date and ticket information for this Classical Fantasia at Kirkstall Abbey have been announced.