VIGILS are being held at York's Guildhall in memory of those killed in the Tunisian terror attack.
ENFORCEMENT teams from the Environment Agency have issued 94 offence notices across Yorkshire as they continue a crackdown on illegal fishing.
TORY leaders in Yorkshire have come out in favour of a "Greater Yorkshire" devolution deal.
HEWORTH ARLC secretary Ken Sykes has hailed the Villagers’ improvised arrangement with York City Knights a success.
YORK City Knights boss James Ford has called for officials to crack down on rough-house tactics which he feels abound in League One.
LEADERS Selby have opened up a gap at the top of division one of the York Amateur Bowling Association after a thumping 8-0 victory at struggling Holgate WMC.
IN Fog And Falling Snow tells "the untold story of York's Railway King" and not before time.
A PAINTING by David Hockney sold for more than £3m at auction this week.
DETECTIVES have released two men on bail in connection with drug offences.
BEER enthusiasts are spoilt for choice in and around York this weekend.
AMERICAN beer and American-inspired food will be available in York from Friday until Sunday, at the latest New Ebor Street Feast event.
A MAN has been jailed for six years after killing his colleague with a single punch during a night out.
A JOKE book seller has challenged the council to remove his group from the streets after claiming trading standards officers are powerless to stop them.
THE Right Fuelcard Company has announced it is further accelerating its growth strategy with the launch of a new office in York.
A WOMAN has been charged with drink driving after giving a breath test reading almost 4.5 times the drink drive limit in York.
YORK PR agency The Partners Group has been ranked at number 30 in the Prolific North Top 50 PR Agencies list, rising one place since last year.
Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical, The York Orchard Musical Theatre Company, Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York, until tomorrow (SAT). Box office: ticketsource.co.uk JEKYLL & Hyde: The Musical is becoming a popular production in and around York, perhaps reflecting the ruggedness of this timeless play, and now it’s time for The York Orchard Musical Theatre Company to step up to the mark, with their first ever production.
YORK based medical diagnostic company Abingdon Health has received a £3 million investment in exchange for a stake in the business.
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STAFF Sergeant Frederick Bunday's story is straight out of a Boy's Own comic. He was a prisoner of war who survived the Burma Railway during the Second World War and, as you might expect, has many harrowing recollections of those months spent under arrest. Today his son Richard recalls many of those, including the subsequent nightmares. As a Christian, Richard says he forgives those who treated his father so badly, which some might find amazing. But as anti-apartheid activist Alan Paton said: there is only one way in which one can endure man's inhumanity to man and that is to try, in one's own life, to exemplify man's humanity to man.
IT was always going to be a contentious issue; jobs versus protecting one of the most important moorlands in Europe. Now the potash mine proposed for a site near Whitby has been given the go-ahead, people are being understandably vocal.
Richard Bunday, the former head verger at York Minster, tells the extraordinary story of his father, Staff Sergeant Frederick Bunday - a prisoner of war on the Burma Railway in the Second World War.
A FIRE to two poultry sheds killed 4,000 pheasants overnight.
MANAGERS of a Kirkbymoorside pub and hotel are celebrating success after spending the past two years turning the business around.
A FAMOUS antiques dealer’s shop in York once again has a cafe after more than a decade without.
YORK'S creative industry growth has been mirrored by national trends as the sector reports expansion more than twice the rate of the wider UK economy.
A CRICKET-WIDOW who battered her 76-year-old husband with a rolling pin after claiming years of neglect has been spared jail.
AN appeal has been launched to raise £50,000 to repair the bell tower at St Peter's Church in Norton.
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A GRIEVING York father of two today paid a loving tribute to his wife who has died suddenly at home.
AN ACCIDENT on the A64 is causing heavy delays into the city this morning.
RE the Soapbox letter from Geoff Robb, “Put your money where your mouth is” (Letters, June 26).
I SUSPECT it is protectionism rather than public concern that has prompted North Yorkshire’s well-paid and politically appointed Police and Crime Commissioner (a misnomer if ever there was one) to suggest in the devolution debate that the Yorkshire region cannot function properly with one police service for the whole area (The Press, June 24).
Margaret and Albert FOSTER Congratulations Albert on our Golden Wedding Anniversary. Thanks for all the wonderful years. All my love Margaret xxx
PEPPER Eric D. Kathleen, Keith, Malcolm and families would like to thank family, friends and neighbours for their wonderful support and messages of sympathy following Eric's death. Thanks to J Rymer for funeral arrangements and Rev Johannes Nobel for a comforting service. Grateful thanks for all donations and £700 has been forwarded to Martin House Children's Hospital in Eric's memory.
POOLE John Ann and family would like to thank all friends for cards and sympathy in their sad loss of John. We would also like to thank Ward 35 of York District Hospital for all their care and also Trevor Grant of St Luke's Church for a comforting service, the Co-operative Funeral Directors and a special thanks to Sue Thomas of the Co-op. We received £300 for the Bravo Working Dogs Rescue Charity, thank you for all your support.
CARR Alan William Passed away peacefully in York Hospital, aged 88 years. Beloved husband of the late Joan, loving father of Peter, the late Tony, Carole, David and Alan, loved father-in-law of Yvonne, Kevin and Dawn and adored grandad and great-grandad. Funeral service Thursday July 9th, at 3:40p.m at York Crematorium. Family flowers only please, any donations gratefully received for St Leonards Hospice. Please join us to celebrate his life afterwards at the Wagon and Horses pub, Lawrence Street. Sadly missed, sleep tight X
FEWSTER Doris (nee Micklethwait) Died peacefully on June 24th, aged 98 years. Predeceased by husband Fred (1989), loving stepmother to the late Peter (2002) and Gerald (2009) and mother-in-law to the late May (Peter), survived by her son Colin (Christiane), grand-daughters Vanessa (Bob) and Andrea (Colin), daughter-in-law Ann, nieces Janet and Barbara and nephew Philip. Funeral service to be held at St. Oswalds Church, Fulford on Thursday, July 9th at 11.30a.m., followed by cremation at York Crematorium. Family flowers only please, donations in Doris' memory may be made to Barnardo's, Centre Point or an animal charity. A plate will be provided at the church. All enquiries to J G Fielder & Son Funeral Directors, tel. 01904 654460.
KINCH Silver On June 29th, peacefully in Hambleton Grange Care Home, formerly of Easingwold. A dearly loved mother and grandmother. Funeral service to be held at St. John's Parish Church, Easingwold on Monday, July 6th at 11.00a.m., followed by a private cremation. Will friends please meet at the church.
KEMP John Percy Passed away peacefully on June 25th, 2015, aged 79 years. Much loved husband of Pam, loving father to John, Lisa, Paul and Nigel, loving grandad to Chris, Mike, Joe, Alex, Emily, Kayden and Kelson, loving great-grandad to Ollie, loving father-in-law to Pete, Julie and Chelle, also a dear brother of Betty and the late Roy. Funeral service to be held at York Crematorium on Thursday, July 9th at 1.00p.m. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu may be given to The British Heart Foundation, a plate will be provided at the service. All enquiries to J G Fielder & Son Funeral Directors, tel. 01904 654460.
LONG Carole Joan (nee Wilson) 'Willo' Passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family on Saturday, June 27th, 2015 following a short illness. She will be greatly missed by her husband Peter, daughters Aimee, Jessica and Eleanor, son-in-law Simon, and grandchildren Bethany, Jack, Megan and Charlotte. Funeral service will be held at York crematorium on Wednesday, July 8th, 2015 at 1.00p.m. No flowers please. Donations in lieu to St Leonard’s Hospice please, a plate will be provided at the service. All enquiries to: Rowley & Sons Family Funeral Services. 01904 593096.
RICHARDSON Patricia Ann (nee Ann Brady) Passed away peacefully in her sleep after a short stay at Somerset Nursing Home, Wheldrake, previously cared for by the staff at Meadowfields Hospital, during a long illness, on Monday June 29th, 2015, aged 76 years. Loving wife of Bill, devoted mother to David and Carolann, mother-in-law to Tania and grandma to Jordan, Liam, Cain, Bradley and Ella. Funeral Service to be held at York Crematorium on Monday, July 13th, at 1.40 pm. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu will be most gratefully received for the Alzheimer's Society. A plate will be provided at the service. All enquiries to Co-operative Funeralcare, Cromwell Road. Tel. 01904 643936.
MORRILL Carol Ann Remembering a very special wife, who died five years ago today, July 2nd 2010. Sadly missed and always in our thoughts. From loving husband Geoffrey also Christine, Mark, Lee and Julie "We will never forget, Carol will always be remembered" Carol's memory lives on. God Bless Geoff x
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