In this week’s Observer and Advertiser, sparks flew from the steel toe-capped boots of a Morley man who was dragged behind a van for 100 yards when it was stolen.
We report on the friends rallying round the family of a young mum killed in Woodkirk, the shopworker who tackled a knife-wielding robber, and the train station campaigners taking their fight to the top.
Find out what developers have planned for the town’s landmark Pavilion site, how a Morley pharmacist’s big screen dreams became reality, and why Shadow Energy Secretary Caroline Flint was in town.
Read about the pupils raising funds in memory of East Ardsley schoolboy Harry Whitlam, what planning officers think about plans to extend the White Rose Shopping Centre and how pupils at Woodkirk Acamemy have been spreading a little festive cheer.
In sport, Hunslet Hawks reshuffle the pack after departure of hooker Luke Haigh.
Get the latest on Drighlington, Hunslet Old Boys, Hunslet Warriors, Morley Town, Churwell Lions, Hunslet Club Parkside and Leeds United.
Plus, look back at the town’s history with our nostalgia page, get your free What’s on Where guide, and travel to London from £10 with our reader offer!
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