Highlights of Red Team’s Bulletins on Thursday 19th November. Bulletin Reader was Louise Hollingsworth.Read the full story
After being placed on furlough, many people have found that now is the perfect time to change careers.
Here are some highlights from the Red Team’s bulletins on the 26th November, hosted by Leeds Now’s own Gemma Ryles.
Students begin to feel unsafe after altercations with a group of children A group of children are allegedly intimidating and threatening students, with reports suggesting…
#BeingDisabledDoesDefineMe has allowed disabled people to share how their disability has shaped them in a positive way. The Co-founder of the hashtag Karli Drew started…
The event that usually sees thousands flock to the city centre will be streamed live on YouTube Normally, crowds head to Victoria Gardens for Leeds’…
The second lockdown may have a detrimental impact on people’s mental health, warned psychiatrists this week. However, many people have taken it as an opportunity take a more positive approach to life.
Children have been learning about the impacts bullying can do to a person.
International Men’s Day 2020: First National Men and Boys Awards held in the UK.
A story about women feeling unsafe in Leeds. Speaking to Councillor Al Garthwaite, she explains how the council is trying to fight this problem, as well as some female residents in Leeds that don’t feel safe walking on their own.