Advice and contacts for flooding, including information on returning to your home after flooding, making insurance claims and financial support for flood hit homes and businesses. A link to the Leeds Flood Relief Appeal is also available.
Children from two Leeds primary schools took over Leeds City Council’s communications team for one day last week to help spread the ‘anti-li
A programme developed by Leeds youth offending team to help girls at risk of offending, has won two industry awards this month.
Safer Leeds is again enlisting taxi marshalls for the run up to Christmas along with trying out new measures to enhance public safety for th
An alleyway in south Leeds that has caused problems with anti social behaviour over the last few years will now be secured by the installati
A series of free Christmas mini-concerts with a difference will be held in Leeds City Centre this December.
Leeds City Council has announced how almost £200k in grant funding will be allocated to voluntary organisations in the city. This is in add
Leeds City Council is developing a new advice service for the city.
If you have ever wondered how we get from sheep in the fields to the cloth used in suits this is the app for you
Meeting to discuss the state of Leeds
A unique new agency launches this week that will create hundreds of careers for young people by giving the city’s businesses an affordable a
Creative gardeners in Leeds are to have the chance to have their ideas brought to life outside one of the most famous buildings in the city
Leeds City Council committed to introducing weekly food waste collections despite funding being turned down.
Historic memorabilia from one of the longest-running businesses in Leeds city centre will go on display at Abbey House Museum this weekend.
An exciting new range by artist Rory Dobner is launched in Leeds Art Gallery shop
Leeds is once again showing support for the White Ribbon campaign against domestic violence.
Homes in south Leeds have seen a 39% reduction in burglaries compared with the same period last year.
People in Leeds are taking the chance to show off their budgeting and decision-making skills in order to help the city council save £40m nex
Safer Leeds is making significant progress defeating anti social behaviour in the city.
A Leeds woman was handed the maximum penalty by magistrates for continually flouting dog control orders.
A man from south Leeds has been fined thousands of pounds for allowing rubbish to rot in his yard.
As part of National Road Safety week pupils at Sharp Lane Primary school are taking part in a competition to design posters to raise awarene
Several local elections took place in parish and town council areas of Leeds on November 15 2012. There was voting in the by-election for th
Residents in south Leeds are being asked for their opinions on what changes they would like to see in the local area.
Businesses throughout Leeds city centre are being encouraged to sign up to a new free emergency alert system to make sure the city is prepar
Statement on proposed closure of children's heart surgery unit in Leeds
Find out how last years local finalist got on and apply for 2013
Leeds City Museum, Temple Newsam, Abbey House and Kirkstall Abbey gain prestigious Sandford Award for Heritage Education
Failure to remove unauthorised advertising at the side of the road has driven a car sales company to court.
Work will begin next week on a makeover to Dortmund Square in Leeds city centre which will include the planting of a signature tree in honou
A landlord and his builder have been fined for allowing waste to be flytipped at a Leeds beauty spot.
The first official announcement of an act to play at Leeds Arena has been revealed as JLS, who will be performing on 20 December 2013.
The first areas to benefit from more frequent recycling collections have been unveiled.
People who may be affected by the Government’s changes to benefits are being invited to attend a roadshow in their local area.
A former pupil of Harehills Primary school will be guest of honour at the Houses of Parliament after a healthy school meals logo that she de
Date for the WNWhL AGM
Leeds City Council and the NHS in Leeds have come together to raise awareness of Self Care Week 2012 which is taking place from 12 - 18 Nove
A Leeds landlord is counting the cost of letting his workmen illegally dump furniture and waste in the street.
The council has signed a contract with Veolia to build and run the city’s planned incinerator.
The countdown to Rugby League World Cup 2013 picks up pace today (Thursday 8 November) as the prestigious silverware comes to Leeds, exactly
Halloween may have passed but horror fans in Leeds can earn the chance to experience another extra special fright courtesy of the Leeds Inte
Musical performers and local Leeds world champion sports stars are among the line-up at this week’s Christmas Lights Switch-On.
Long serving Art Gallery educator Amanda Phillips is nominated for prestigious Marsh Award
Leeds City Council has closed down a ‘party house’ in east Leeds after a tenant caused months of nuisance for the neighbours.
Leeds City Council has continued to support over 12,000 vulnerable households and over 14,000 people even with budget pressures to its Sup
Council chiefs will consider selling off a dated sheltered housing development to allow for a possible new affordable housing scheme for old
Leeds will celebrate Bonfire Night on Monday with six free public displays.
A Leeds city centre car park is reopening after a multi-million pound face-lift.