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Kodi box streaming can land you in jail

By Lauren Evans   A new law has just been passed that means streaming your favourite shows and movies online is now a criminal offence. Within the UK, thousands of people use Kodi boxes to stream TV content illegally which, due to the new law, could see users facing up to ten years in prison….

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Leeds based musician set for debut music release

By Bryony Fox   A Leeds College of Music artist is set to release her debut EP, The Walls I Built, this month. Hollie Haines, 21, has been living and playing in Leeds for three years now, studying and headlining shows. The singer-songwriter has been working in Loom Studio with her band and producer, Grant,…

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SATs causing risk to children’s mental health, says report

By Polly Robinson A report by the Commons Education Committee has highlighted the negative impacts of national curriculum tests on primary school children’s mental health. The report, released by the Education Committee on ‘Children and young people’s mental health: The role of education’, said: “Over half of all mental ill health starts before the age…

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ATTIC: GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN

By Charles Jones Attic: The biggest tragedy Leeds has ever seen. Attic was the greatest nightclub in the Leeds metropolitan area. All that history is gone, they have closed their doors permanently. The classic club had two rooms indie/rock and hip hop/R’n’B. Attic veteran and Leeds Trinity University student, Jake Adkin, mourns the loss of…

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32nd anniversary for Leeds Half Marathon

By Jorgie McHale-Ramsell   The Leeds Half Marathon takes place on Sunday May 14 2017 at 9:30am. Several different charities are recruiting volunteers to help throughout the race, available roles include route marshals, senior marshals and drink marshals. The route starts at Victoria Gardens and runs through Leeds city centre, following along the Ring Road…

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