HOW refreshing to see and hear a vivid, three-dimensional view of Scotland through the eyes of one it keenest observers.
A SHOPKEEPER was threatened with a knife and robbed in his store.
IN July 1966, England had the greatest football team in the world. The same month, Messrs Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith and Peter Tork, otherwise known as The Monkees, first appeared on our screens and radios.
THE 2016 York Early Music Festival opens next week, marking the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death with a theme of Fairies, Witches and Aerial Beings.
PROTEUS Theatre Company brings its one-woman show Becoming Hattie to York Theatre Royal’s Studio tomorrow and Saturday after a residency at London’s Leicester Square Theatre.
VETERAN Knotty Ash comic Ken Dodd loves crossing the Pennines to play Yorkshire gigs.
HOW circumstances have changed for Jamie Raven, as if by magic.
9 GREEN Songs is a sequel of sorts to 2005's 9 Red Songs, right down to each having ten, not nine, songs, so his counting hasn't improved in ten, sorry, eleven years, and nor has Chris Thorpe-Tracey's mood.
IT'S one of music’s ironies that the more an artist strives for authenticity, the more they can find themselves trapped in templates.
DO you believe in ghosts? Be prepared to do so when Harrogate Theatre's 2's Company Festival presents Haunt tomorrow andl Saturday.
FAMILY and friends of former York resident David Gest paid their last respects to the American music producer and reality TV celebrity by scattering his ashes and releasing white doves in an emotional ceremony at Clifford's Tower on May 15, in…
TOMORROW is the last chance to see York company Common Ground Theatre in Kitty Bridges' Pocket Book Of Tunes.
SEVEN Brides For Seven Brothers returns to York Theatre Royal for the first time since the Theatre Royal's own 1984 production, the one that was picked up by the West End and then travelled overseas, in the manner replicated by The Railway Children.
THE air ambulance has been called to reports of a person in a river.
THIS is only Orchard Theatre's third show but York's theatre scene is bearing the ripest of fruit again, particularly its crop of young performers.
GOLFER Simon Dyson is struggling in the French Open.
YORK City have signed former Forest Green Rovers midfielder Clovis Kamdjo.
YORK City Knights are set to continue playing at Bootham Crescent next year - alleviating fears of a return to homelessness.
YORK Cricket Club's U13 juniors were crowned NatWest ECB Yorkshire County Champions last weekend following victories over Harrogate and Barnsley at Mirfield Cricket Club.
CONTROVERSIAL £1.4bn energy from a waste incinerator scheme is set to be operational in 18 months after builders constructing the huge plant said
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a three-year-old boy was picked up by a stranger on a bus.
YORK City have signed Boston United winger Kaine Felix on a two-year contract.
A CHARITY could team up with a school in Pocklington to relaunch a youth club in the town.
YORK City midfielder James Berrett has joined Sky Bet League Two side Grimsby Town.
A YORK pub has denied refusing to serve a customer because she did not have a British ID card.
EMERGENCY services were called to a crash between a van and a car in York this morning.
MAGISTRATES took pity on a notorious street drinker when she appeared before them for the 500th time with a message of hope.
TWO neighbours whose actions helped jail a woman who preyed on a frail, elderly York man, have been rewarded.
A MAN is planning to go on hunger strike because he has to give police 24 hours’ notice before he has sex.
MULTI-CHANNEL retailer High Street TV (Group) Limited has been declared one of the top dozen UK businesses with the fastest-growing international sales.
WAGYU meat from cattle reared in the Yorkshire Wolds is proving to be a favourite with customers at a Dorset burger restaurant.
ON a recent visit to my home city, I was interested to read of a new plan for York.
AVIVA has launched a guide to help business owners understand more about the upcoming changes to the law regarding their business insurance, and outline what the introduction of the Insurance Act will mean to them.
I WOULD like to say a big thank you to two people in cars who helped me retrieve my expensive rechargeable bike light on Sunday evening.
I WOULD like to say a huge thank you to the amazing staff in the cafe at Marks & Spencer Vangarde shopping complex for coming to my aid after I managed to spill a whole cup of hot coffee down the front of me.
THERE’S still time to get your entry in for this year’s Pree Business Awards.
I HAVE driven past Clifton Moor so many times wishing I could buy a new bed or find a supermarket so I could do some shopping without ever realising there were these shops available just over the hedge.
FIREFIGHTERS have tackled blazes at two agricultural buildings in North Yorkshire.
IN support of John Slingsby’s letter (The Press, June 27) I find it disgusting that there are so many bus stops without lay-bys.