Daily Archives: April 25, 2018

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Duo begin 30,000km Oh Europa Tour in Leeds

By Luke Robins and Thomas Skillcorn. Collecting love songs along their way, theatre group ‘Action Hero’ have begun their 30,000km journey from Bristol, all across Europe in their little quaint motorhome, starting at Kirkgate Market in Leeds. With a recording studio inside, Gemma Paintin and James Stenhouse are collecting love songs from every city they…

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Horse Sanctuary Hope for Big Charity Turnout

By Evie Whitaker and Kamile Banyte After the RSPCA received 925 complaints of horse cruelty in West Yorkshire, Roleystone Horse and Pony sanctuary is calling for more people to attend their 2018 charity show. All proceeds of this event will be used to care and look after the 22 rescue horses at Roleystone, located on…

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Stolen Dumper Trucks Leave Destructive Path

By Tom Skillcorn Two dumper trucks were stolen in East Leeds, causing thousands of pounds worth of damage in the getaway. Police were contacted at 10.50pm on Monday, when the two large vehicles were stolen from a construction site near the industrial area of Stourton. One of the trucks was found driven into a Leedswatch…

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Dog starts fire

By Paweł Kuziemski A dog has accidentally set a fire to a kitchen in Selby. “A dog managed to turn the gas hob on whilst the owner was out” tweeted the North Yorkshire Fire Service. As the house was empty the fire could start without a problem. Fortunately, the smoke alarm worked, so neighbours notified…

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Super League Star Robbed

By Will Hopper Leeds Rhinos Grand Final hero Stevie Ward has had his 2017 Grand Final winners ring stolen. Between 7pm and 10pm last night, Ward’s Headingley home was broken into whilst he was out of the house. Leeds Rhinos won the 2017 Super League Grand Final against their local rivals Castleford Tigers last October….

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Bradford Beat Doomed Dons

By Will Hopper Bradford City made it four games without defeat last night after beating MK Dons 2-0 at Valley Parade, keeping their playoff hopes alive. Milton Keynes headed into the match knowing that anything other three points would effectively relegate them to League Two. However, under caretaker manager Keith Millen, the visitors started brightly and played…

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