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.
The annual Ice Cube returns to Millennium Square in Leeds in the new year with the dates now confirmed for the popular winter attraction.
Work is due to be carried out on Leeds Bridge from 7 January 2013.
The countdown to the opening of the new £28m Holt Park Active wellbeing centre begins this week with the closure of the existing leisure cen
Plans to create a new conservatory for visitors at Golden Acre Park will be discussed by senior councillors in Leeds in the new year.
Leeds City Council is leading the way in stimulating housing growth in the city.
Leeds City Council will look at the way housing management services are delivered at a meeting of the executive board on 9 January 2013.
People are being asked for their views on plans to make Tranmere Park, Guiseley, a conservation area.
Leeds’ West North West Youth Offending Team has been spreading a bit of Christmas cheer to older people in west Leeds this year by organisin
A group of young people with disabilities enjoyed an action packed weekend away from home at Leeds’ very own Herd Farm Activity Centre.
A new orbital road for East Leeds is essential to meet the anticipated major increase in the numbers of people who need new homes in the com
Briggate becomes one of the first city centre retail areas in the country to offer free Wi-Fi this week allowing Leeds Christmas visitors to
A south Leeds man found himself on the naughty list earlier this month after failing to clear his eyesore garden.
Information for householders
Party revellers in Leeds are being advised to heed some simple warnings to make sure they get home safely this Christmas.
Helping you plan your visit - a simple guide to our hours this Christmas
Shining a light on climate change
People could switch energy suppliers and save hundreds if a new fuel switching project gets off the ground.
Visitors to Tropical World in Leeds will be able to experience the festive spirit with a difference next week as the popular Totally Tropica
Better Lives Explained gives a local account of Leeds
Let the Police and Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire know what the priorities should be in the Budget and Police and Crime Plan
A consultation about parking in the city centre of Leeds begins this week
Burglars in east Leeds are being securely bolted out as the 10,000th new secure lock has been fitted to a tenant’s house.
From children’s stocking fillers to kitchenware and exclusive, luxury gifts, our museum shops offer inspiring presents for everyone
The organisers of the Leeds International Film Festival are celebrating after attracting record-breaking audiences.
The striking beauty of the Yorkshire landscape and how it is portrayed in literature is the subject of a new exhibition at Leeds Central Lib
Thousands will benefit from energy efficient home improvements and advice this winter.
Leeds City Council has welcomed today's announcement that Leeds Arena will open on Wednesday September 4 2013 with a performance from Elton
The Leader of Leeds City Council Councillor Keith Wakefield has warned of having to make decisions “more challenging than any of us imagined
The Carriageworks in Leeds is the place to go for the magic of the Christmas pantomime as the festive favourite ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ has
Senior councillors in Leeds will next week discuss a major refurbishment of one of the most popular visitor attractions in the city.