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  1. 5 great places for hot chocolate in LeedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2014 | Edinburgh-festivals.com

    There are few things in life that beat a good ol' cup of tea, but a piping hot mug of creamy hot chocolate is one exception. Now that the winter chills have set in and eager Christmas shoppers have started to pound the pavements, an escape to a cosy little cafe for a steaming mug of chocolaty goodness is just what the doctor ordered.

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  2. Match report: Leeds United 2-0 VillaRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Aston Villa FC

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  3. LUFC Leeds United v Aston Villa - Match OfficialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vital Football

    Leeds United and Aston Villa meet in an important SkyBet Championship clash later today. Both teams will be looking to continue their good recent form as we enter the busy period of the season.

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  4. LUFC Steve Bruce Hails Job Done By Garry Monk At LeedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vital Football

    Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce has hailed the job done by Leeds United boss Garry Monk since his arrival at Elland Road in the summer. Bruce, who was appointed the manager at Villa Park in October, watched on from the stands in midweek, as he cast an eager eye over Leeds in their EFL Cup tie at Liverpool.

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  5. Leeds grandmother's Majorca holiday road death tragedyRead the original story

    Friday | Dewsbury Today

    A GRANDMOTHER from Leeds was killed while crossing a road in Majorca just hours after arriving for a family holiday on the island, an inquest heard. Patricia Crosby, 67, suffered fatal injuries when was struck by a Volkswagen Scirocco on a main road near Puerto Pollensa, Wakefield Coroner's Court was told.

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  6. Leeds United away fan briefingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Aston Villa FC

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  7. Car theft plot teenagers jailedRead the original story

    Friday | Hemsworth and South Elmsall Today

    A teenager who stole cars after sneaking into workplaces in Leeds and Wakefield and taking employees' keys has been jailed. Patrick Maughan, 18, of Cardinal Avenue, Beeston, targeted premises including the Lawnswood Arms pub on Otley Road, Leeds, and Sandal Rugby Club in Wakefield.

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  8. A proposal to merge Yeadon's three football clubsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ilkley Gazette

    On Thursday in last week a young woman named Rebecca Exley, 18 years of age, daughter of Samuel Exley, of Back Alma Street, Yeadon, died very suddenly. She was at her work on the day previous but was seized with inflammation and died in less than 24 hours.

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  9. A map that leads right to the Leeds pubRead the original story

    Friday | Yorkshire Evening Post

    Steve Lovell, 42, has charted the city's ever-expanding beer scene and made several Tube-style maps of it all. Mr Lovell, from Rothwell, said: "I always liked the design of the London Underground map and a few years ago I decided to see if I could make a map of pubs instead of stations that would cover all of Leeds.

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  10. Robber broke woman's nose during violent carjacking in LeedsRead the original story

    Friday | Yorkshire Evening Post

    The theft of the Audi A3 convertible car happened in Iveson Drive, West Park, after the victim had parked it to make a phone call at around 7.15pm on Monday. The 35-year-old refused, and was hit in the face with a large piece of stone and punched several times as she struggled with the robber.

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  11. Leeds V Aston Villa at Elland Road : Match PreviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Football.co.uk

    Leeds V Aston Villa - view commentary, squad, and statistics of the game live. Pontus Jansson back to bolster Leeds' back-line Leeds defender Pontus Jansson returns to contention for the home game against Aston Villa following illness.

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  12. Leeds tannery to become 228 apartmentsRead the original story

    Friday | Yorkshire Evening Post

    Permission has been granted to transform the Hill Top Works site off Buslingthorpe Lane in Sheepscar, close to Scott Hall Road, for residential use. Stage One Development will turn the former mill building and leather works, which have been empty for more than 20 years, into 228 flats with good access to the city centre.

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  13. Christmas Sunday opening for Leeds Elland Road Park and RideRead the original story

    Friday | Yorkshire Evening Post

    Leeds's 800-space Elland Road Park and Ride is to open on three Sundays in the run up to Christmas. Buses will run every 10 minutes between the Park and Ride and Leeds city centre on Sundays 4, 11 and 18 December.

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  14. Masked burglars threaten ill pensioner with knife and hammer inside his Leeds homeRead the original story

    Friday | Yorkshire Evening Post

    Masked burglars wielding a knife and a hammer threatened a pensioner with a heart condition inside his home in Leeds. The robbery happened on Friday, November 25 at around 7.20pm when three men forced their way into the victim's flat near Broadlea Grove, Bramley.

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  15. Ian McMillan writes special poem celebrating Yorkshire's love of its waterwaysRead the original story

    Friday | Thorne Today

    The Bard of Barnsley, Ian McMillan, has written a poem to celebrate the special bond between Yorkshire people and the county's historic waterways and reflecting on the role that local communities have played in improving them for people and wildlife. The poem, launched last night at the Tetley in Leeds, recognises the Herculean efforts of volunteers in dealing with the impact of the Boxing Day floods, marks the bicentenary of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal and hails the efforts of communities across Yorkshire in making their local waterways special, more enjoyable places to visit.

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  16. CCTV appeal: Abusive man threatened to rip off woman's head scarf in LeedsRead the original story

    Friday | Yorkshire Evening Post

    The victim, a 26-year-old woman, was walking along New Station Street towards Leeds City Station on the evening of Wednesday, November 23. Two men were walking in the opposite direction as she neared the Trinity multi storey car park at 8.45pm. One of the men used racially abusive language and threatened to rip off her head scarf as they passed her.

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  17. Professional burglar in A 119,000 jewellery raid on Harrogate propertyRead the original story

    Friday | Harrogate Advertiser

    A professional burglar stole over 150,000 worth of jewellery, cars and antiques in a series of raids at properties across Harrogate and north Leeds. A court heard David Cuskin's victims had been left feeling violated and unsafe in their own homes due to the destruction he left behind.

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  18. Ru Previews: Rampant Pocklington eyeing more of the same at old rivalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | York Press

    The East Yorkshire side, buoyant after their rampant finish in last week's 53-5 thrashing of leaders West Hartlepool, travel to the top of the Pennines to renew acquaintance with Huddersfield YMCA . The two clubs have been keen rivals in recent years in Yorkshire Two, Yorkshire One and North One East as both climbed the leagues in tandem.

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  19. Professional burglar stole A 150,000 of jewellery, cars and antiques...Read the original story

    Thursday | Yorkshire Evening Post

    A PROFESSIONAL burglar stole over 150,000 worth of jewellery, cars and antiques in a series of raids at properties in wealthy areas of Leeds and other parts of Yorkshire. A court heard David Cuskin's victims had been left feeling violated and unsafe in their own homes due to the destruction he left behind.

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  20. Looking ahead to Victoria phase twoRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 1 | Yorkshire Evening Post

    Just five weeks since the hugely-anticipated Victoria Gate scheme launched - and already the team behind it are preparing for phase two. Following the success of the A 165m scheme so far, developer Hammersons has turned its attentions to what will happen next at the centre and also to re-vitalising the surrounding area.

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