A DOCTOR working in York has spoken of her fears for the future of the NHS after the government confirmed it will impose a new contract on junior doctors in England.
THE first British staging of Strictly Ballroom The Musical will be premiered at the West Yorkshire Playhouse from November 30 to January 21 next year.
A YORK school has been rewarded for its work to help the most disadvantaged children.
Highways England has issued its weekly information of major planned roadworks.
THE average monthly water bills for Yorkshire Water customers will increase by about £5 per year from April.
YORK St John Musical Production Society is in its 51st year, but The Witches Of Eastwick is the work of a young company learning the ropes by presenting a challenging musical that is not as familiar as the 1987 Jack Nicholson film.
ANTHONY McGrath admits leaving Yorkshire will be a shock to the system after agreeing to take on the role of Essex’s new assistant head coach.
TIME is running out for drivers to reclaim their fines from the Lendal Bridge or Coppergate closures.
THE future of York Railway Institute (RI) has been in doubt since it emerged in 2014 that it could lose £70,000 a year in rates relief under new Government rules.
LAST September, a cross-party group of councillors sat down to begin the long, weary job of trying to finally agree a draft local plan for York.
ONE of the most eagerly-awaited bar openings of the year is almost upon us.
S RANKINE is spot on in saying that the council has lost sight of its role in relation to York Central (Letters, February 5).
THE Government has blocked the export of a work of art that has been on display in North Yorkshire for almost two centuries.
JOOLS Holland and His Rhythm and Blues Orchestra will play two nights at York Barbican on his 2016 autumn and winter tour.
1 re-opening, 1 relaunch, 2 exciting events and 1 new bread...
THE Ebor Singers will reach for the stars on their return to the Chapter House at York Minster on February 27 for a performance by candlelight and at times in total darkness.
Why is it that developments with a "grand vision" always create major problems for the people who live around them? The current proposals for York Central, whose public consultation ends on Monday, is a case in point.
THEY'LL be going wild in one of York's newest pubs.
A HEALTHY eating company which opened its first cafe restaurant in York in 2012 is about to opening its ninth site after securing almost £100,000 investment.
Do you remember the swinging sixties in York? Even if you don't, we think you'll love these fabulous photos....
THE dates have been announced for this year's Beertown, the craft beer festival that has helped the rise and rise of Malton's beer reputation in the past couple of years.
THE JORVIK Viking Centre is launching a massive fundraising campaign and will take exhibitions on tour around the city while the flood-hit attraction is being rebuilt this year.
BBC BREAKFAST business reporter Steph McGovern is returning to York to speak at the York and North Yorkshire Chamber Dinner.
THE York branch of the Parachute Regimental Association meet in the city on the first Tuesday of each month and are searching for new members.
WE have just received a bill from Yorkshire Water telling us that our bill was decided by Automated Meter Reading.
WHY does York City’s stadium have to move at all?
PEP GUARDIOLA, Manchester City’s new manager, will be on £300,000 per week, backed up by a transfer treasure chest of £150 million.
THE war in Yemen has been underreported in the UK, and people might not be aware of the horrors being inflicted on the population.
CITY of York Council are recruiting a project manager for the development of the Reynard’s garage site (The Press, February 10).
THE business article (The Press, February 1) “Farming may not benefit from EU exit” was disturbing.
GOD'S OWN can confirm his place at the Cheltenham Festival by making a triumphant return from his winter break at Kempton today.
FORMER Labour councillor Tracey Simpson-Laing should hang her head in shame for her Yearsley Pool comments (Letters, February 3).
RE MICHAEL Fitzsimmons (The Press, February 6), this was so sad and shouldn’t have happened.
HAVING moved from York to Driffield, I was back in York Hospital under the care of Mr Miller and his fabulous team.
A MAN who suffered horrendous abuse as a child has spoken out about his ordeal in the hope he will inspire other victims to seek the justice they deserve.
MY WIFE and I cannot thank the NHS enough for the treatment she has just received at York Hospital.
ONE of the villagers who launched re-enactments of the Battle of Stamford Bridge has died, just months before the battle's 950th anniversary.
A CONCERT will be staged in Tadcaster next month to raise funds for flood-stricken businesses and residents - with backing from Royalty.
IT’S been reported nationally there are 8,500 patients trapped in hospital beds, costing the NHS £1 billion a year because the Tories have slashed social care budgets by £3 billion since 2010.
A SCOUT leader who got a village's Beavers, Cubs and Scouts involved in a major York flood relief operation has been nominated for the York & District Medal.
YORK CITY will bid to puncture Notts County's mini-revival when The Magpies arrive at Bootham Crescent tomorrow.
WORK is underway on a £4.7 million scheme to create 63 student apartments in former offices in York's city centre.
PICKERING Town have bolstered their squad for the Northern Counties East League premier division run-in by bringing Liam Shepherd back from Whitby Town.
TADCASTER ALBION are set for an emotional return home tomorrow as they host Liversedge in the Northern Counties East League premier division.
YORK RUFC head coach Lee Denham is pulling out the big guns as his team prepares for a Battle Royale at Bridlington in Yorkshire One tomorrow.