● MATCH REPORT: London Broncos 22 York City Knights 24 YORK City Knights are through to the fifth round of the Coral Challenge Cup after a late Jimmy Keinhorst try secured a 24-22 victory at London Broncos.
● Ouse expected to rise higher than after Storm Dennis Ouse expected to rise higher than after Storm Dennis
● Inclusive event for those with learning disabilities AN INCLUSIVE event for people with learning disabilities will be held at a school in York later this year.
● Milton Jones: Milton Impossible, York Barbican, Saturday, March 22 Milton Jones: Milton Impossible, York Barbican, Saturday
● Art exhibit by leading sculpture celebrates leap year STARTING this week, an art installation celebrating the leap year will open to the public.
● Vikings fill the streets of York despite poor weather VIKINGS filled the streets of York for the JORVIK Viking Festival on Saturday - despite two of the Festival’s events being cancelled due to poor weather.
● Peter Shilton offers to support Tadcaster Albion after flooding AN ENGLAND football legend has offered to support a North Yorkshire club after they were hit with floods for the third time in two weeks.
● Garage fire in Nether Poppleton FIRE crews were called to an incident involving a garage fire in a North Yorkshire town in the early hours of this morning.
● Rain, gales ...and now snow forecast for York JUST when you thought the weather couldn't get any worse, York now looks set to see a brief period of heavy snow tomorrow morning.
● Salvage Hunters is heading to Yorkshire SALVAGE Hunters, the well-loved and most-watched Discovery Network show is on the hunt for locations in Yorkshire to feature on the upcoming series.
● GARDENING: Summer bulbs to plant in spring If you are one of those people who missed putting in your spring bulbs last September, now is the time to think about giving summer bulbs a go.
● Chimney sweep gets Castle Howard ready to reopen CASTLE Howard is preparing to reopen to the public next month.
● Road closures in The Groves may increase traffic by nearly 150 per cent on city route TRAFFIC on some city centre roads could rocket by nearly 150 per cent - under plans to close four roads to prevent rat-running.
● Flood defences to remain in place ahead of River Ouse rising CITY of York Council have confirmed that flood defences in York will be kept in place throughout the coming days as the river is expected to rise to similar levels...
● York City focusing on themselves - Steve Watson YORK City's 1-0 win at Kidderminster Harriers may have put pressure on King's Lynn Town by knocking them down to second - but manager Steve Watson insists he is keeping...
● Kidderminster Harriers 0 York City 1 - report DAN MAGUIRE'S early second-half finish has sent York City back top of the National Leauge North after they grabbed a valuable 1-0 win at Kidderminster.
● Areas issued with flood warnings as Ouse expected to rise THE Environment Agency have revealed the areas in and around York which could be affected by flooding as the River Ouse is expected to rise again.
● Feeling happy? You may have to wait until you're 82 AS YOU get older, it is tempting to think that you have left your happiest days behind.
● Viking Festival Battle Spectacular cancelled due to high winds ANOTHER event from the JORVIK Viking Festival has been cancelled due to the poor weather conditions today.
● River Ouse expected to rise again after heavy rain upstream THE Environment Agency have revealed that they expect the River Ouse to rise to a similar level as earlier in the week.
● Smithy the horse pays visit to Thistle Hill care home RESIDENTS at a North Yorkshire care home were given the chance to meet a special visitor earlier this week.
● York Choir Festival to celebrate friendship across generations A CHOIR festival in York will look to people together to share the joy of singing, all while promoting inclusivity and friendship.
● JORVIK Viking Festival afternoon combat event cancelled THE combat event which was set to take place this afternoon as part of the JORVIK Viking Festival has been cancelled due to strong winds.
● Hollywood artist's work shown at Castle Fine Art in York AN INTERNATIONALLY renowned neo-expressionist artist will be releasing a series of unique pieces which are now being showcased at Castle Fine Art in York.