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NightSafe (and sound)
NightSafe partners West Yorkshire Police and Leeds City Council, meanwhile, have both been named best in the UK for workplace LGBT+ equality.
Future now, in double vision
Leeds' teaching hospitals trust, meanwhile, report a record breaking year on health research. They're ranked fourth among NHS trusts.
It's about people
You'd be surprised how the lives of local people are shaped by local authority services, Leeds' economic development chief says in this LinkedIn blog.
City sets climate position
Monitoring air quality, meanwhile, is on the radar of Bramley community weather stations.
Catch the bus
Eighty-five per cent of West Yorkshire bus passengers are satisfied with their bus service.
Google Maps now tells you how busy your bus or train is likely to be.
Saddle up too
Best foot forward
Good luck to everyone taking part in Asda Foundation Leeds 10K this weekend – including Leeds Girls Can, who are tackling the course in their 'r-underwear'.
Central library through the years
You can't ring 999 over a pigeon
United on homelessness
This national media report into Leeds' approach to rough sleeping has a wide-ranging focus. "It simply isn't enough just to provide housing when you're dealing with people with such complex needs, and that's where partners like the Howarth Foundation can be a fantastic resource," said Paul Money of Safer Leeds.
SEND strategy focused on need
Our NEW 100 Helping Hands Fostering Disability 🎥 🙏 to all the young people and foster carers for taking part. We have 88 disability fostering households and we need 100 by 2021. Email us today at firstname.lastname@example.org 👍https://t.co/SFMDCyX9kb@LeedsCC_News @SteveWLeeds— Leeds Fostering (@LdsFosteringAdv) July 3, 2019