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First chance to hear Frank Carter's End Of Suffering songs in York  FRANK Carter and The Rattlesnakes conclude their February tour at a sold-out Fibbers in York on Saturday night (doors, 7pm).
York Theatre Royal artistic director Damian Cruden steps down  DAMIAN Cruden is to step down after 22 years as artistic director of York Theatre Royal.
Wes York won't let sympathy get in way of beating troubled old team Nuneaton  WES York has admitted he has sympathy for his old club Nuneaton’s current plight, but insisted he won’t be feeling sentimental when he looks to add...
York to get new burger restaurant voted second in UK  A NEW burger restaurant that was voted one of the top in the country is set to open in York.
Watch stolen during burglary at house in York  POLICE are appealing for information about a burglary in Acomb.
5 things to see in York this weekend  Evidently in town...the self-appointed Luckiest Guy Alive
From the classroom to corsets: York lecturer's burlesque passion  CATHERINE TURNBULL meets the York academic who is also a burlesque aerial dance performer and stars in a lavish fine art steampunk book
'Snouts in trough' warning as councillors debate pay rise  COUNCILLORS have been warned they look like their “snouts are in a trough” ahead of approving an increase in their own allowances despite the authority needing to make...
York City could revisit a move for Ryan Cresswell this summer  YORK City could still pursue a deal for departed trialist Ryan Cresswell this summer.
Work to start soon on 127 new homes in York  CONTRACTORS have been appointed to redevelop the former Hudson House site in York.
Benjamin Francis Leftwich to play York café gig at Forty Five  YORK singer-songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich will precede his York Minster concert on March 29 with an acoustic in-store performance at the Forty Five Vinyl...
Greatest Showman theme for hospice's Midnight Walk  LION tamers and acrobats could be joining St Leonard's Hospice Midnight Walk this summer.
Madness play Scarborough Open Air Theatre as part of 40th anniversary celebrations  MUSIC legends Madness are bringing their 40th anniversary celebrations to Scarborough Open Air Theatre (OAT) this summer.
Streets of York delivers £70K charity windfall  STREETS of York, the book and exhibition about the changing face of York’s city streets, has raised almost £70,000 for local charities.
Plan for 440 student flats in York set to be resubmitted  PLANS for a five-storey student accommodation complex on the site of the former Shepherd Construction headquarters in York have been withdrawn.
£2,000 help for young carers  CHILDREN who have to spend their free time caring for others are to receive £2,000 worth of fun and support.
Fraudster who used stolen bank cards banned from York shops  A SERIAL fraudster who used stolen bank cards in York shops has been banned from the stores he targeted for a year.
10 things to see next week  Wondering what happened to The X Factor’s 2016 winner Matt Terry? He is playing a lion in York
COLUMN: I really don't feel my age...  Supermodel Christie Brinkley turned 65 last week, but declared her ‘spirit age’ is much younger. She says that for many years she has never felt her age and ‘turned 50 for the 15th time’...
LETTER: Stadium delays are disappointing - but the knights are in great form...  AS a long standing York RL fan I can only voice my personal opinion about the latest community stadium delays (Stadium ‘won’t be ready in time for ...
LETTER: MPs who quit their parties should stand for re-election  CAN any of our political experts tell me why an MP is allowed to resign from the party that they were elected by their constituents for and continue in Parliament ...
Police appeal following crash on A59 near Poppleton  POLICE are appealing for witnesses and dash cam footage following a serious collision on the A59 near Poppleton yesterday evening.
Appeal for York father injured in Cambodia soars towards £18,000 mark  ALMOST £18,000 has now been raised in the appeal to help meet the medical costs of a young York father who suffered serious head injuries in a scooter crash ...
Your half term weather forecast - and it could hardly be better for February  A GLORIOUS half-term weekend is looming in York and North Yorkshire, with temperatures soaring as high as 15C.
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