Leeds’ summertime food and drinks festival Chow Down, located at the temple arches just outside of town has decided to close its doors after 3… Read More »Leeds food spot says ‘Chow’ amidst news of closing down.
The remains of an nineteenth century bear on Cardigan Lane in Headingley are to be restored and opened to the public. The bear pit was… Read More »Former Headingley Bear Pit to be restored
This week members of the National Rail Maritime and Transport Workers Union staged the first of a number of national walkouts that is set to… Read More »Train strikes throw travel around Leeds into chaos
The Leeds Trinity University Islamic Society hosted an event on Wednesday 16 November, raising awareness for and tackling issues around Islamophobia. MEND (Muslim Engagement and… Read More »Islamophobia awareness month at Leeds Trinity University
Cultural differences when working abroad can be used to your advantage as a journalist, according to an ITV production journalist who spent a number of… Read More »“We don’t know who you are but crack on!” Using your difference for advantage in journalism abroad
Traders at Leeds’ Kirkgate Market say they are concerned about its future as the economy takes a fall this year. Since opening in 1822, millions… Read More »Stallholders’ fears over future of Kirkgate market as they report “definite downturn”
In recent years, Leeds Market traders have faced hardship as a result of Brexit, the pandemic, and the rising cost of living. Small businesses in… Read More »Leeds market traders worried about the future in wake of Brexit, COVID and rising cost of living
UK unemployment rates have dropped to the lowest level in 50 years, according to the Office of National Statistics. However, just because more people are… Read More »UK employment rates have hit a low point – but is it a good thing?
“I earn 50% less than what I used to” said one struggling trader. Leeds market traders are paying the price for the continued cost of… Read More »Cost of living crisis wreaks havoc for Kirkgate Traders