The Yorkshire actor supported anti-Brexiteers by paying for coaches from the county to the People’s Vote march in London. On the 19th of October, a myriad of protestors joined the People’s Vote march in the […]
Sometimes, nothing beats a burger. You can go to as many fancy restaurants as you like, but every so often your body just needs a big slab of meat (or not meat!), sandwiched between carbs. So with that in mind, here’s a rundown of the best burgers in Leeds.
Channel 4 have made the exciting decision to make Leeds the location of its new base, selecting the vibrant city over both Birmingham and Manchester. Whilst both smaller in size and less notorious for digital […]
Future Daze is putting on an all-female (apart from party boss S. Scott) techno extravanganzaaa and you are all expected to be there. Expect face-melting sauce of the electro and acid flavours from Helena Hauff […]
Labour MP Alex Sobel has released his strategic principles for transport in his Leeds North West constituency. He stated: “If a modern city region were a human body, its transport network would be its veins […]
Recent University of Leeds alumni and last years’ Features editor Inaya Folarin is a prospective parliamentary candidate for Leeds North East, representing the Brexit Party. As a 22-year-old woman of colour, she undoubtedly breaks some […]
Leeds City Council has announced that all fines for late returns of books have been dropped as of Monday 7th October in all 34 Leeds libraries and such fines will no longer be applied in […]
Image Credit: talksport.com Former University of Leeds student, Josh Warrington, who graduated in 2013 with a diploma in dentistry, has now extended his unbeaten record to 30 wins, with this his 7th by knockout. This […]
Arts & Culture Editor Delphie Bond reviews Live Wire, a spoken word poetry night in Leeds.
Last Wednesday night, O2 Academy played host to King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard as they embarked on the Yorkshire stretch of their European and UK tour.