Here are five reasons to buy this week’s Observer & Advertiser.
- The grieving parents of a terminally ill man believed to have taken his own life at a Tingley quarry after suffering from Huntington’s Disease, have called for a change in the law to allow euthanasia for those already facing death.
- Woodkirk Academy is vying for a £250,000 cash pot after receiving national recognition for the performance of pupils from poorer backgrounds.
- Plans to build industrial ware-houses on 70 acres of green-field land between Morley and Gildersome have been given an apparently final stamp of approval by Leeds City Council.
- Picture special of Drighlington pupils tucking into some tasty grub as part of their British Food Week.
- Families looking for something to occupy the kids this half term have a broad selection of events to choose from between West Yorkshire’s galleries, museums and local authorities.
See these and much more in this week’s paper - out tomorrow!