In this week’s Observer & Advertiser

This week's Observer & Advertiser
This week's Observer & Advertiser
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In this week’s Observer & Advertiser Yorkshire Water has warned motorists it will have to close sections of Morley roads for up to 12 months as part of a multi-million pound project to protect homes and businesses from flooding.

Also this week, a cabaret artist who raped a 22-year-old woman during a Hallowe’en party at a swingers’ club has been jailed for five years, a high flyer from Tingley is taking to the skies with British Airways after joining the airline as a First Officer, a judge has adjourned the sentencing of a Tingley man charged with arson after an explosion at his Tingley home, train users will be paying more for their journeys after the area’s rail operator scrapped its evening off-peak tickets prices, Morley cycling legend Beryl Burton will be posthumously awarded the Freedom of the City of Leeds in a civic ceremony tomorrow and former Coronation Street butcher Ashley Peacock, actor Steven Arnold, will be in Morley on Saturday to work in a new town centre shop.

Also find out how you can get unlimited rail travel from only £10.

Pick up your copy tomorrow!