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  • York man seriously injured in 130ft Lake District fall York Press:

    A YORK man has suffered serious injuries after falling 130ft in a remote part of the Lake District. read more

  • Crash on York outer ring road York Press: Police - zxc

    EMERGENCY services are at the scene of a crash on the York outer ring road. read more

  • Pay for your parking pass in cheese, Yorkshire drivers told York Press:

    AN embarrassing council mistake has offered drivers chance to pay for their parking pass with cheese read more

  • York Races: Peter Niven has a Clever plan for Knavesmire's Yorkshire Cup

    CLEVER COOKIE will bid to bag the richest ever renewal of the Betway Yorkshire Cup when the new season gets under way at York Racecourse next month. read more

  • Man arrested following antiques raid, and 9 other news snippets you may have missed

    Today's shorter stories, all in one place. read more

  • CPP begins to see results following a year of significant challenges

    YORK credit card insurer CPP has seen its underlying operating performance move out of the red following a year of "significant challenges". read more

  • Margaret Simpson, founding partner of Silk Family Law York Press:

    Family lawyer Margaret Simpson co-founded Silk Family law five years ago, and now looks after 25 staff spread across consulting rooms in York and London, and offices near Scotch Corner and Newcastle. read more

  • Latest Appointments York Press:

    YORK based purchasing company Beacon, which helps businesses in the hospitality, leisure and healthcare sectors grow their profitability, has announced the appointment of Tennant Hilditch as its new director of Sales as part of its continued investment in the growth of the company. read more

  • From a one van operation, DAW Logistics has now moved into new site

    A LOGISTICS firm which started life as a one van operation in the 1980's has moved into a new warehouse as the venture expands into archive storage. read more

  • The Partners Group PR agency wins insurance contract

    YORK PR and communications agency The Partners Group has been appointed by an insurance broker to support its ambitious growth plans. read more

  • Wine bar reopens following six-figured refurb

    A WINE bar and restaurant in the centre of Harrogate has re-opened after an extensive six-figure refurbishment. read more

  • Isotoma gets technology knowledge York Press:

    THE man behind the launch of Ireland's first free online music streaming service is bringing his technology knowledge after being appointed as project director for software development and product design company Isotoma. read more

  • Solicitor accredited by medical negligence charity

    A SENIOR associate solicitor at a York firm has become an accredited member of the Action Against Medical Accidents (AvMA) Specialist Clinical Negligence Panel. read more

  • Successes in e-commerce celebrated at first dedicated conference

    YORK is to host its first ever dedicated e-commerce conference in a bid to unite online traders in the North of England. read more

  • Ellis is sewing the seeds of success with vintage lingerie business Effie Butterworth York Press:

    A DESIGNER has launcher her own venture after spotting a gap in the market for vintage style lingerie items inspired by the 1920s and 1930s. read more

  • Tent specialist PapaKåta pitches expansion plans after securing £240,000 grant

    YORK tent and teepee specialist PapaKåta is relocating its headquarters to larger premises alongside plans to open a base in the south as its nationwide customer base grows. read more

  • Egg supplier predicts a cracking Easter York Press: York Press logo - zxc

    A NORTH Yorkshire egg supplier is predicting a 12 per cent increase in sales over the Easter period through its contract with supermarket giant Asda. read more

  • Bus manufacturer Optare help create London's first all electric route

    NORTH Yorkshire bus manufacturer Optare has helped to create London's first all electric route. read more

  • New director takes reins of regional surveyors institute

    A NEW regional director has been appointed for the North & Midlands arm of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors to oversee the Yorkshire and Humber region. read more

  • Topping out ceremony marks another milestone for Hiscox’s £19m project

    IT has been two and a half years since Bermuda-incorporated insurance provider Hiscox announced it had selected York as the home for a new flagship UK office, bringing 500 jobs to the city. read more

  • My View... with Suzanne Burnett

    I’VE been president for 14 months, and the Chamber team – especially Susie in York – have been endlessly supportive and responsive. read more

  • Family bond tells a political tale

    Local politics will be a hot topic in York households in the run-up to the election, none more so than in the family of Lord Mayor Ian Gillies. He’s a staunch Tory; his daughter’s a left-winger. STEPHEN LEWIS set out to find if they could share some common ground... read more

  • Jeanette PERRY

    PERRY Jeanette Died peacefully at York District Hospital on Saturday March 21st. She will be greatly missed, but her capacity for love, her sense of fun and enthusiasm for life will stay with us forever. Funeral at St Paul's Church, Heslington, York, on Thursday April 2nd at 12.00 noon. read more

  • leo wilson

    WILSON Leo On March 29th, peacefully in York Hospital, surrounded by his family, aged 93 years. Dearly loved husband of Betty, much loved father of Rosamund, Michael and Martin and loved father-in-law of Sue and Pauline, treasured grandad to Steven, Mark, Alex, Ian, Imogen, David, Holly, Rebecca and Alice, also dear friend to Wendy and Carol. Requiem Mass to take place at St. Aelred's R.C. Church, on Thursday, April 9th, at 12.15p.m., followed by a private committal. Family flowers only please, donations can be made to The Stroke Association. A plate will be provided at the service. Leo will be received into church on the evening of Wednesday, April 8th, at 6.00 pm. Enquiries to J G Fielder and Son Funeral Directors. Tel. 01904 654460. read more

  • donald hodgson

    HODGSON Donald Don died quietly and peacefully on the morning of Wednesday, March 25th, at home from a heart-related illness. He leaves a wife, Marie, son, Gerard and his stepchildren, Stephen and Valerie and step-grandchildren, Ben and Eddison. The funeral will be on Friday, April 10th, at York Crematorium,at 10.20 am. Family flowers only please. Donations would be most welcome to Age UK. A plate will be provided at the crematorium. Enquiries to J G Fielder & Son, 25 George Street, Pocklington. Tel. 01759 303129. read more

  • luke james agnew

    AGNEW Luke James Died unexpectedly at home on March 19th, 2015, aged 32 years. Much loved son of Pauline and David, proud dad of Keeley, dearly loved brother of Stevie and Babs and a dear friend to many. Funeral service on Wednesday, April 15th, at York Crematorium at 11.00 am. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu will be gratefully received to support the SCBU at York Hospital. A plate will be available at the service. read more

  • Barbara Rankeillor

    RANKEILLOR Barbara Ann (Babs) (nee Taylor) Passed away peacefully at home after a long illness on March 29th, 2015, aged 76 years, bravely borne. Dearly beloved wife to Malcolm, a wonderful mum to Ian and Neil, mother-in-law to Sarah and Kate, adored nana to Bethany, Callum, Libby, Ellie, Charlie, Thomas and Jack, dear sister to June, Janet and the late Topsy, sister-in-law to Penny, Ann and John, friend to many. Sadly missed and remembered. The funeral service will be held at Our Lady’s Church on Monday, April 13th, at 10.00a.m., followed by the committal at York Crematorium at 11.20a.m. Family flowers only please, donations may be given to St. Leonard’s Hospice for which a plate will be provided at the service. read more

  • Maggie Berney

    BERNEY Maggie (nee Clark) On March 20th, suddenly and unexpectedly in York Hospital aged 64 years. Loving partner, soul mate and wife to Grahame for 40 years, will be dearly missed by sister Nora and her dearly loved nieces and nephews who considered her as their favourite baby sitter, formerly employed by Trio Fashions of Malton and Sarah Coggles of York, she became shop proprietor of Whispers, Vyner Street/ Haxby Road, then of Cloud Nine in Stonegate Arcade and Monkgate Bar, York before joining her husband at Country Collector Antiques, Pickering. Funeral service to be held at York Crematorium, Wednesday, April 8th at 12.20p.m. Family flowers only please, donations if so desired to Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. read more

  • john thompson

    THOMPSON John On March 26th, 2015, in York Hospital aged 84 years. Beloved husband of the late Audrey, much loved dad of Lynn, Paul and Peter, very special father in law to Kevin and Nikki, adored grandad of Craig, Ryan, Bradley and Adam. Will be very much missed by all family and friends. Funeral service to be held at York Crematorium on Wednesday, April 15th, at 2.20 pm. Family flowers only please, donations if desired to support Macmillan Nurses. A plate will be available at the service. read more

  • diane mary helstrip

    HELSTRIP Diane Mary On March 23rd, peacefully in York Hospital, aged 74 years. Dearly beloved wife of the late Noel, loving mother of Leon and Lorraine and a dear mother-in-law of Andrew and Sarah and a much loved grandma of Kayleigh, Kelly, Darianne, Nadine, Nathan and Charlie. Funeral service to be held at York Crematorium, on Friday, April 10th, at 1.40 pm. Family flowers only please but donations if desired may be given for Breathe Easy, York and York Kidney Patients Association. A plate will be provided at the service. All enquiries to Adam Collier Funeral Service. Tel. 01439 772340. read more

  • James Park

    PARK James William Aged 99 years, on March 21st, peacefully in YDH, after a short illness with his son at his bedside. Loving and much loved husband of the late Gladys, loving partner of the late Muriel. Loving and dearly loved father of David, father-in-law of Susan, grandad of James and fiancee Hannah. Adoring great-grandad of Harry and Oliver. Affectionate and much loved brother of Mary, John and the late Stanley. Fondly remembered brother-in-law, uncle and great-uncle. Retired Portasilo Ltd, founding Chairman Ouse Gliding Club Ltd (York Gliding Centre), past President of The Dickens Society, member of Haxby Players, Torremolinos and Dunnington Bowling Clubs, lately in the excellent care of Meadowbeck Care Home. Funeral at York Crematorium, April 15th at 11.40a.m. Family flowers only, donations in lieu if you please to Yorkshire Air Ambulance. Enquiries to JG Fielder & Son Funeral Directors. Tel. 01904 654460 read more

  • sue alcock

    ALCOCK Sue Passed away peacefully at home with her family surrounding her on March 26th, 2015, aged 66 years. Loving wife of the late Ron, dearly loved mum, nan and mother-in-law. Funeral service to be held on Wednesday, April 8th, at York Crematorium at 10.20 am. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu to support the Macmillan Nurses. A plate will be provided at the service. read more

  • Hundreds of old Manchester City programmes donated to charity shop York Press:

    VOLUNTEERS at a hospice shop are hoping football-crazy fans will help them raise funds for patient care. read more

  • Two York schools join forces to form academy trust

    YORK is to get a second primary and secondary academy trust as two city schools join forces. read more

  • New deputy Vice-Chancellor appointed at University of York

    THE University of York has appointed Professor Saul Tendler as its new Deputy Vice-Chancellor. read more

  • Julian Sturdy launches campaign for re-election

    YORK Outer's incumbent Julian Sturdy has launched his campaign for re-election as a Conservative MP. read more

  • Yorkshire First candidate to now stand for York Central seat

    A YORKSHIRE First candidate is to fight the York Central constituency in this election. read more

  • Petition demanding the Dean of York to stand down is 'malicious, offensive and misconceived' York Press:

    A PETITION calling for the Dean of York to lose her job has been dubbed "malicious, offensive and misconceived" by a Minster spokesman. read more

  • Mum who still breastfeeds her five-year-old daughter to appear on TV

    A NORTH Yorkshire mum will tonight appear on a television show to explain why she continues to breastfeed her five-year-old. read more

  • Teacher raises £1,000 for York Teaching Hospital by running the Yorkshire Marathon

    A PRIMARY school teacher has raised £1,000 for York Teaching Hospital charity by running the Yorkshire Marathon. read more

  • 5 arrests and 'heroin' seized in early morning York raid York Press:

    FIVE men have been arrested following a drugs raid in York. read more

  • Review: Hairspray, The Broadway Musical, York Stage Musicals, Grand Opera House, York, until April 4

    HAIRSPRAY is in the air all over Yorkshire this spring, proving once more that you can't stop the beat, but the other productions will have to go some way to beat York Stage Musicals' knockout show. read more

  • Great idea to lift the evening

    SO what's Bjork got to do with it? Nothing, as it happens. But back in 2001, the Icelandic singer called one of her albums Vespertine. Now that same word is being used to boost the early evening economy in York. read more

  • Pubs need our help

    THE need to protect the future of pubs in this city has long been a concern to many, including this newspaper. read more

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