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Leeds council navigates budget challenges: Taps reserves, receives refunds, but children’s services still under strain

The council is expecting to balance its budget after digging into cash reserves and receiving a multi-million pound refund on transport spending.Leeds City Council...

Specialist therapy service’s future uncertain pending funding decision

The future of a specialist therapy service for troubled families remains undecided as the council awaits the outcome of a funding bid.The council planned to...

Health teams raise tuberculosis awareness in high-risk areas of leeds

Health teams are raising awareness of the symptoms of tuberculosis in deprived parts of the city most at risk from the disease.A six-month project...

Targets for the timely handover of emergency patients are being missed, latest figures reveal.

Targets for the timely handover of emergency patients from ambulances to A&E are being missed at the city’s hospitals, latest figures reveal.Leeds Teaching Hospitals...

Leeds council publishes election candidates list and registration deadline

The deadline to register to vote in the Leeds City Council elections is just a few days away and a full list of candidates...

Leeds’ lowest earners bear brunt of cost-of-living crisis, facing £12 weekly loss

Rising prices hit the city’s lowest-earning workers the hardest as they faced a six per cent fall in their weekly income, latest figures reveal.A...

£650M project unveiled by Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

The full cost of new hospital buildings in the city is expected to be known when the project moves to its next phase, NHS...

Leeds community parks soaring to quality heights: 77% meet strict standards

A rising number of community parks around the city are meeting strict quality standards set by the council.Some 77 per cent of green spaces...

Rising poverty deepens health inequality in Leeds, report reveals

Rising poverty is leading to worsening health for people living in the city’s poorest communities compared to the most affluent, research has found.The impact on...

Hundreds of taxi driver complaints

More than 700 complaints were made about the conduct of taxi drivers last year, resulting in written warnings and licence suspensions in some cases.There...

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