In this week’s Observer & Advertiser

In this week's Observer & Advertiser
In this week's Observer & Advertiser

In this week’s Observer & Advertiser a police sting netted a Morley man who told who he believed to be a 14-year-old girl he was a gynaecologist.

Also this week, authorities are warning people in Morley to be vigilant after details of new scams designed to obtain personal information emerged, A group of residents on a Morley street say they are “fed up” of being forced to live on what they claim is effectively an “industrial estate”, Leeds City Council has defended its new homes plan, following criticism from some councillors in Morley, McDonalds’ application to build a restaurant in Tingley has been rejected for a fifth time, St Andrew’s View a controversial new housing development on Bruntcliffe Road, Morley has opened to possible buyers and a budding young builder from Morley has made it through to the finals of a national construction competition after carrying out work experience with housing and regeneration firm Keepmoat.

Also, see our Woodkirk Academy Year 7 picture special and nominate your Morley Salon of the Year.

All this and more in this week’s Observer & Advertiser.