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Liverpool star James Milner visits Leeds Trinity Children’s University

Tyler Savage Liverpool and England star James Milner returned to the class room during a visit to Leeds Trinity Children’s University. He was quizzed by 100 pupils from St Philip’s Catholic Primary School, Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, St Francis of Assisi Catholic Primary School, Hovingham Primary School and Guiseley Primary School. In May 2015…

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Rhinos travel to Perpignan

By Matthew Sweeting Leeds Rhinos face Catalan Dragons on Saturday as they look to keep pace with league leaders Castleford. The Yorkshire side will be without prop Mitch Garbutt after the arrival of his son earlier this week however forward Anthony Mullalley will make an unexpected return after his rib injury has been cleared as…

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Leeds West Indian Carnival marks its 50th year

By Tamika Mc Crory “The oldest carnival in Europe” is to celebrate its 50th anniversary here in Leeds. Leeds West Indian Carnival is Europe’s longest running authentic Caribbean carnival parade. It started in 1967 as an antidote to the yearning for the Caribbean culture and heritage of a group of West Indian students in Leeds….

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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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