Councillor Keith Wakefield, Leader of Leeds City Council, pays his own very personal tribute to the great Nelson Mandela
Leeds Museums & Galleries are looking for London 2012 Olympics & Paralympics Torchbearers
If you own any lucky, or unlucky, objects we’d love to hear from you
Leeds is looking to find a new, more effective way forward for how it deals with major planning applications.
New Players wanted for Striker 5-a-side football leagues at John Charles Centre for Sport
Final preparations are being made at historic Kirkstall Abbey for this weekend’s spectacular Classical Fantasia.
Senior councillors will be asked next week to give the go ahead for consultation about parking in Leeds city centre
Senior councillors in Leeds will discuss how to capitalise on the success of the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games
Proposals for new, high quality green space at Sovereign Street in Leeds are coming before councillors for approval.
Information on jobs and training opportunities that are currently available with the three ALMOs
Leeds City Council is launching a new consultation around a possible new tenancy strategy for 2013-15.
The Paralympic Flame will be appearing in Leeds this weekend ahead of the start of the London 2012 Paralympic Games next week.
Young people across Leeds are celebrating their GCSE results with initial figures suggesting 2012 is another successful year for pupils in t
The closure of the A58M Inner Ring Road in both directions will start at 8pm on Saturday 1 September and will last until 5am on Monday 3 Sep
Leeds City Council understands that one of the country’s main examination boards - AQA - have changed the grading system they use for Englis
A scheme to boost the attainment of economically disadvantaged two-year-olds across Leeds is going from strength to strength.
Leeds City Council’s One Stop Centres and Welfare Rights team retain their Customer Service Excellence accreditation
Locals in Chapeltown will be able to see a new way of preventing crime and anti-social behaviour
Third sector organisations will have another chance to bid for grants of up to £10,000
Leeds to pioneer new way of funding care
Early signs suggest young people in Leeds will be celebrating again today (16 August) after achieving top grades in their A-level exams.
Young people with disabilities in Leeds will be able to sample their own taste of the forthcoming London 2012 Paralympic Games by attending
Leeds City Council is starting a consultation around a recommendation to extend the current permanent gypsy and traveller site at Cottingley
A new website and smartphone application have been launched to help pub, bar and club owners to work together and deal with drinking related
Congestion busting bus scheme ready to go
Notification of Woodhouse Lane Car Park level 7 closure for 10 weeks
At a celebration event on Millennium Square last night, over 5,000 people turned out to show their support for the Leeds Athletes
A welcoming home celebration for all the Leeds athletes that have competed in the London 2012 Olympics will be held on Millennium Square
Congratulations to Nicola Adams for winning gold
Wellington Street in Leeds city centre is to close from Monday 13 August to Friday 24 August for essential resurfacing.
Families from across Crossgates, Manston and Swarcliffe took to the tracks last week in their own mini Olympics.
In order to celebrate the London 2012 Olympic Games, running tracks of various lengths have been marked in 19 community parks across the city
The achievement of brothers Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee in winning gold and bronze medals in today’s triathlon
A major housing project has moved another step closer to completion after the council has been given the go ahead to provide funding for the
e-bulletin for anyone in the construction industry
The A58M Leeds Inner Ring Road is to be closed to traffic in both directions the weekend of Friday 10 August to Monday 13 August
An extra 367 tonnes of rubbish was collected by Leeds City Council as students packed up their digs for the summer.
Leeds will be aiming for the top this week as the city is assessed for the national title in the prestigious Britain in Bloom Awards.
It may be the start of the summer holidays but families with children starting secondary school in September 2013 can start applying for the
The show garden which secured back-to-back gold medals for Leeds at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show will this week be unveiled in its new perman
The echoes of the past were replaced by the sound of tapping keyboards at Leeds City Museum this weekend as a special overnight event took p