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  • Selby - winning as a dad is a "special feeling"

    WORLD number one Mark Selby said his first win as a dad was a “special feeling” as he whitewashed Oliver Brown 6-0 in the Coral UK Championship at York Barbican. read more

  • Crash closes Acomb road

    Carr Lane in Acomb was closed for more than an hour this evening while the emergency services dealt with a two vehicle crash near its junction with Glebe Avenue. There were no reports of injury and the road was reopened shortly before 9pm. read more

  • King toppled in UK Championship shock

    MARK KING exited the Coral UK Championship after he was thumped 6-0 by Jamie Cahill. read more

  • Nadia Megan Dixon

    NADIA MEGAN DIXON Happy 13th Birthday to my precious Princess. I am so proud of you. Love you always. Mam xxx Happy 13th Birthday to my lovely sister. Love you lots and lots, Reece xxx Happy 13th Birthday Nadia, have a lovely day. All my love Nanna xxx read more

  • Whirldwind relishes chance to whip up a UK Championship storm

    JIMMY WHITE is relishing the chance to “have a crack” at number three seed Ding Junhui in the Coral UK Championship second round. read more

  • York leads national quantum physics network

    SCIENTISTS in York are at the centre of a new £155 million national quantum physics technology hub set up to explore how the science can be used to develop secure communications. read more

  • 2 cyclists injured in hit and run York Press: Police - zxc

    TWO cyclists were hit and injured by the same vehicle which failed to stop at the scene. read more

  • Try our interactive front page... York Press:

    Try our new interactive front-page, and let us know your thoughts... read more

  • Review: She Stoops To Conquer, York Theatre Royal

    NORTHERN Broadsides shows Oliver Goldsmith's comedy a suitably broad side. read more

  • It used to be all about speed, speed, speed for Knights' new winger - now there's much more to his game York Press:

    IT used to be all about speed, speed, speed - but now Jamel Chisholm is a more complete winger. read more

  • Takeover of nutrition snack business creates £2 million turnover firm

    A YORK-based food company bought out of administration earlier this year has acquired sports nutrition brand Kings Biltong. read more

  • Drawing on York’s history

    This is a history of York as you’ve never seen it, writes STEPHEN LEWIS of a new book about the city’s ‘first 2000 years’. read more

  • Severfield back in the black after strong first half performance

    NORTH Yorkshire headquartered steel group Severfield has turned losses of £2.5 million into a £1.4 million profit off the back of a "strong first half cash performance" and a "successful refinancing". read more

  • Construction firm under the spotlight with award wins

    YORK-based construction and fit out company Simpson is enjoying time under the spotlight after a number of award wins and industry rankings. read more

  • York lab supplier bought out by US counterpart York Press:

    A York-based supplier of laboratory instruments and consumables to the veterinary profession has been acquired by a medical products company listed on American stock exchange Nasdaq. read more

  • Star Wars actors head to Scarborough - and 11 other news snippets you may have missed

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

  • An iPad for every class York Press:

    ENTERPRISING youngsters at a York primary school have reaped the rewards of a Dragon’s Den event. read more

  • daniel mountain

    MOUNTAIN Daniel (Danny) Dear son of Kenny, daddy to Henry and Amelia, brother to Glen, uncle to Harley. He will be sadly missed by Valerie, Jane, John, Jade, Tasha, Donna, Tyler, Dawn and Janine. Rest In Peace. read more


    FOSTER Dorothy It's two years ago you went away, you closed your eyes, you could not stay. Always in our dreams, Mam. Love Yvonne, Jackie, Annette and families. xxx read more

  • Raymond Lancaster

    LANCASTER Raymond Treasured Memories of Raymond, Called to rest November 26th, 2011. Sadly missed by his loving family and many friends. Forever in our hearts. Rest in Peace. xxx read more

  • Maria Brown (nee Cobb)

    BROWN Maria (nee Cobb) Another Birthday without you. We never ask for miracles, But today one would do. To see our lovely daughter Maria walk through our door. Miss you so much Love Mam and Dad. read more

  • Terence PILMOOR

    PILMOOR Terence John Sadly in hospital on November 20th, Terry aged 74 years. Much loved dad of Jane, Sharon, Paul, Darryn, Michael, Daniel and the late Kerry Marie, loving father in law of Sharon, Leanne, Nicola and Suzanne, a very dear brother, brother in law and uncle and also a devoted grandad and great grandad who shall be deeply and sorely missed. Terry shall be very sadly missed and always remembered by Julie. Service to take place on Tuesday December 2nd in St Oswald's Church, Grove Hill, Middlesbrough at 11.00am followed by cremation in the Chapel of St Bede, Teesside Crematorium at 11.55am. Would friends please meet at church. Family flowers only please, by request. Donations in lieu if so desired to Ward 29 at the James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough. A collection box shall be available after the service or donations may be sent c/o Irene Jessop Funeral Service, 83 Lanehouse Road, Thornaby. Tel : 01642 601736. read more


    PROCTOR Robert (Bob) Died unexpectedly at home on November 18th, 2014, aged 69 years. Loving son of the late Bill and Ivy, devoted brother to Ron and beloved partner and best friend of Sandra. Bob will be sadly missed by Dawn and Ian and their families, an amazing uncle to their six girls, he was a wonderful caring man and a great friend to many. Funeral service to be held on Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014, at York Crematorium at 10.20am. Family flowers only please, donations if desired to the British Heart Foundation. A plate will be provided at the service. All enquiries to J. Rymer Funeral Directors. Tel: 01904 624320. read more

  • Vera Harrison

    HARRISON Vera Love and miss you, your ever loving daughter Anne and family xxxxxx read more

  • Vera Harrison

    HARRISON Vera Loved and remembered always, love Phil, Pam and family xxxxxx read more

  • George Stephenson

    STEPHENSON George In loving memory of a dear Father. Always remembered. Alec, Beryl and all the Family. read more

  • nancy doreen wray

    WRAY Nancy Doreen Passed away at York Hospital on November 18th aged 88 years. Funeral service to be held at St. Helen’s Church, Wheldrake on Wednesday, December 3rd at 1:15pm. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu to be divided between the Intensive Care Unit and St. Leonards Hospice. Any enquiries to I.W Myers Funeral Directors Tel. 01904 448283. read more


    THOMPSON Olive Aged 94 years of Dunnington, passed away peacefully in York Hospital on November 16th. Widow of the late Thomas, much loved mother of Brian and devoted grandmother of Megan. Funeral service will take place on Wednesday, December 3rd, at 12.00 midday, at St. Nicholas Church, Dunnington, to be followed by cremation at York Crematorium at 1.00pm. Interment of the ashes to take place at St. Nicholas Churchyard, Dunnington, on the following day Thursday, December 4th, at 1.00pm. Immediate family flowers only, donations to St. Nicholas Church / York Hospital if desired. All friends most welcome to attend. All enquiries to J Rymer Funeral Directors. Tel. 01904 624320. read more


    MOUNTAIN Daniel Joseph (Danny) Passed away suddenly at home on November 17th 2014. Beloved son of Janet, wonderful daddy to Henry and Amelia, loving nephew to Susan and Andy also cousin to Marcus. Funeral service to be held at St Mary’s Church, Strensall on Wednesday, December 3rd, at 9.30am, followed by the committal at York Crematorium at 11.00am. Donations welcome in support of the Salvation Army Christmas Appeal. read more


    WOOD Derek Suddenly at home on November 17, 2014, aged 69 years, of Pocklington. Much loved husband of Carole, loving dad of Andrew and Mark, grandad of Sam, Lauren and Ben, great-grandad of Alyssia Faye and a dear brother of Carole. Funeral service at The East Riding Crematorium, Octon on Wednesday, December 3, at 1.00pm. Family flowers only please, donations to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. Please feel free to wear something colourful. read more


    GREEN Raymond (Formerly of Carnaby House, Jackson Street). On November 23rd, 2014, peacefully aged 86 years. Much loved husband to the late Audrey, also loving father to the late Stephen. Funeral service to take place at York Crematorium on Tuesday, December 2nd, at 2.20pm. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu to Age UK. A plate will be provided at the service. All enquiries to J Rymer Funeral Directors. Tel. 01904 624320. read more


    DUXBURY John On November 21st, aged 83 years, of Riccall. Beloved husband of the late Jean, dearly loved dad of Robert and Elaine and grandfather of Anna, Jessica, Oliver, Ryan and Lee and great-grandad of Livvy and Isla, also a much loved father-in-law. Funeral service will take place on Monday, December 1st, 11.00am at St. Mary's Church, Riccall, followed by cremation in York. Family flowers only please but donations in lieu if so desired to St. Mary's Church, Riccall on the plate provided at the service. read more

  • david laughton

    LAUGHTON David Janet, Malcolm and family would like to thank everyone for cards and messages of sympathy during this sad time. Special thanks to the Reverend Celia Rutt for the comforting service and staff of Amarna House for their excellent care and attention to David. Thanks also to Keith Houlston of J G Fielder and Son Funeral Directors for efficient funeral arrangements. The sum of £350.51 was raised for York Against Cancer. read more

  • Simone Felice with Anna Mitchell, supported by Dan Whitehouse, The Basement, City Screen, York, November 26

    CATSKILL Mountain songwriter Simone Felice returns to York tonight with his latest album in his hand and Anna Mitchell as his latest partner in performance. read more

  • Council is slammed over its choice of consultants York Press: City of York Council - zxc

    CITY of York Council has created a conflict of interest through its choice of consultants to advise on a planning application by Sainsbury’s, two leading figures have claimed. read more

  • How landlady found her York flat was being used as brothel York Press: Scales - zxc

    A LANDLADY has told a jury of the day she came to suspect her York city centre flat was being used as a brothel. read more

  • Would you stop a friend from drink-driving? York Press: Deputy Chief Constable Tim Madgwick

    “YOU wouldn’t watch an old lady being kicked in the street, or a child being attacked in the street, but some people are happy to watch people leave a pub and get into a car.” read more

  • Hundreds take a look at Terry's development plans York Press:

    HUNDREDS of people visited a presentation to see plans for the former Terry’s chocolate factory. read more

  • Stevens through as top players prevail York Press: HE'S THROUGH: Welsh snooker ace Matthew Stevens in action on day one of the Welsh Open at the Newport Centre

    MATTHEW STEVENS booked a second round berth at the Coral UK Championship as snooker's high profile players continue to enjoy a serene passage at the York Barbican. read more

  • Bipolar sufferer tells MP she has waited almost a year for treatment York Press: York MP Hugh Bayley

    A WOMAN suffering from a severe mental health condition has waited almost a year for treatment. read more

  • Pikes hook Tony Hackworth as manager York Press:

    TONY HACKWORTH was today (Wednesday, November 26, appointed the new manager of Pickering Town. read more

  • Plans to close Castlegate centre shelved by council York Press: City of York Council - zxc

    PLANS to close a centre for vulnerable youngsters and transfer its services to the council’s offices have been put on hold. read more

  • Working to improve outer ring road

    CITY of York Council has been working to reduce journey times and traffic on the A1237 outer ring road for many years. read more

  • Interesting ideas York Press: Letters - zxc

    I WOULD love to see the implementation of the suggestions by some of your readers wishing to ease traffic congestion in and around the city. read more

  • Farmers ignored York Press: Letters - zxc

    A RECENT letter from Dr Mick Phythian reminds all of us that the proposals for the new local plan for York should cover not only the city itself but its rural hinterland too. read more

  • Thinking ahead York Press: Letters - zxc

    I FULLY agree with Paul Hepworth, Sarah Robin and Randal Northam that there are far too many cars on the road. read more

  • One out, one in York Press: Letters - zxc

    WHATEVER ones thoughts on free movement across Europe, legal and illegal immigration, asylum and sanctuary, the bottom line is that all the world cannot live in the UK. read more

  • Too little, too late York Press: Letters - zxc

    THE proposed exhibition of plans for the stadium and leisure facilities at Monks Cross are too little and far too late. read more

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