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  • Hoodoo denial

    YORK City Knights ended a near 20-year jinx against Feather-stone Rovers last week - but tomorrow they face an even bigger hoodoo. read more

  • Huge Challenge

    COACH Richard Agar is set to fill his substitutes' bench with "whoever is fittest" as a patched-up York City Knights seek Powergen Challenge Cup heroism. read more

  • Kirkby kings

    Kirkbymoorside Golf Club won the Scarborough and District Winter Golf League, securing the pennant on the final game of the nine-match series at Bridlington. read more

  • Ujala Indian Tandoori Restaurant and Takeaway, 23 Nunnery Lane, York

    STEPHEN LEWIS enjoys a flavour of the east in Nunnery Lane. read more

  • Bus route improved for York residents

    In response to a significant growth in passenger demand, York bus operator First York has announced that it is improving its Turquoise Line 4, which runs between Acomb and the University of York at Heslington. read more

  • Prisons 'at crisis point'

    A SENIOR Conservative politician has warned during a visit to York that powers to tackle antisocial behaviour could prove ineffective because Britain's prisons are close to breaking point. read more

  • Donors par excellence

    GENEROUS blood donors who have helped hand a lifeline to countless patients in York, North and East Yorkshire have been praised. read more

  • Talk about disrepute...

    A COUNCILLOR who has committed no crime nor deceived the electorate faces dismissal ('Porn shame of parish councillor", March 10), while there are councillors nationwide who hang on to their posts despite criminal convictions, shady dealings in office and deceiving the electorate. read more

  • It's tough on the streets

    A SENIOR York street cleaner has hit back at a city centre shopkeeper who claimed his street was not properly cleaned. read more

  • Pippin is a treat in these dark days

    THE production of Pippin that Charles Hutchinson reviewed is indeed just as good as he reported it was (March 10). read more

  • More of the same - Graham

    YORK City Knights full-back Nathan Graham has called for a repeat performance from the pack as the Knights look to secure an against-all-odds double over his old club Featherstone. read more

  • Graham Coxon - Fibbers, York

    STILL the Fibbers run of big name gigs continues. After Badly Drawn Boy, Gomez and Spiritualised, how else would you expect the former guitarist of one of Britain's biggest bands of the last few decades to celebrate his 35th birthday, but with a gig at the Stonebow music bar that seems to have temporarily become the centre of the musical universe? read more

  • Norris the Knight's nuptials

    Wedding bells are in the air at Huntington Stadium after good sir knight Norris and fair maiden Rosemary Westmoreland recreated one of the happiest moments of their lives. read more

  • Lots of dinner money

    A MASSIVE pat on the back is due to Supporters' Club chairman Mike Miller following Thursday's excellent Sports-man's Dinner in aid of the Knights' scholarship scheme. read more

  • Doing it the Cleveland way

    George Wilkinson goes for a white walk in the Cleveland Hills in what he hopes will be the last snow of the year. read more

  • Caller's new calling

    CHEERS! Here's to a York man who's rolling out the barrels - all the way from beyond John O'Groats. read more

  • Odeon chief gets petition

    A SENIOR cinema chief has pledged to examine the Evening Press petition, calling on bosses to save the York Odeon. read more

  • Bell ringing the changes

    NOW might be the time of the year when many out-of-contract players look to offer their services to the highest bidders but City short-term signing Andy Bell displayed a refreshing attitude this week. read more

  • Cooper creeps up the table

    RICHARD Cooper has been the main mover in the Evening Press Player of the Year contest over the past week. read more

  • Park yourself

    Martin Oates enjoys a busy weekend in London, with a luxurious base and trips to the Lion King and Tate Modern. read more

  • Lighting up time

    GINA PARKINSON braves the cold to discover that the gardening year really is shooting ahead. read more

  • Scraps of greatness

    CHARLES HUTCHINSON looks at an exhibition which brings together memorabilia from the last century. read more

  • Casino correction

    I WISH to correct your editorial comment relating to a casino at the Barbican development (March 9). read more

  • Fast food

    STEPHEN LEWIS enjoys a high-speed meal on the 125mph Mallard. read more

  • Pointing way to old boy City

    Evening Press sports writer CLAIRE HUGHES reveals how City's stars of the past could be friends re-united. read more

  • Residents' dismay over mast U-turn

    CAMPAIGNERS today joined hands and chanted "Save our Barbican" as they staged a mass protest against plans to redevelop and privatise the complex. read more

  • Firm decision

    YORK City's new signing Kevin Donovan has revealed how he turned down a move to his former club Grimsby Town to join the Minstermen. read more

  • Child sex beast gets back porn

    A PAEDOPHILE was handed back his collection of perverted images when he was released from prison, a court heard. read more

  • Tykes getting in shape

    YORKSHIRE CCC'S pre-season training has been boosted by special sessions with Leeds United and Leeds Rhinos coaches and the cricketers have also been toughened up by strenuous workouts at a boxing gymnasium in Headingley. read more

  • Firm decision

    YORK City's new signing Kevin Donovan has revealed how he turned down a move to his former club Grimsby Town to join the Minstermen. read more

  • Pointing way to old boy City

    Evening Press sports writer CLAIRE HUGHES reveals how City's stars of the past could be friends re-united. read more

  • Odeon chief gets petition

    A SENIOR cinema chief has pledged to examine the Evening Press petition, calling on bosses to save the York Odeon. read more

  • Ahoy, McCoy - 13/03/04

    Tony McCoy, who ended yesterday with six winners from his last six rides, spaning three days, has excellent prospects of adding to his tally at Warwick on Sunday. read more

  • Residents' dismay over mast U-turn

    MOBILE phone company O2 has resurrected plans for a 40ft-high mast at the heart of a York community - only a month after it agreed to withdraw an application for the site. read more

  • More of the same - Graham

    YORK City Knights full-back Nathan Graham has called for a repeat performance from the pack as the Knights look to secure an against-all-odds double over his old club Featherstone. read more

  • Decision on TB jabs defended

    HEALTH chiefs have defended their decision not to offer routine jabs for schoolchildren, following news that a pupil at Easingwold School had developed TB. read more

  • Rowntree aces on county duty

    NESTLE Rowntree Running Club athletes were in good form when representing Yorkshire at the Inter-Counties Cross Country Championships held at Wollaton Park, Nottingham. read more

  • Holding up progress

    HOW frustrated Mr Nurse must feel (Letters, February 28). He has offered his land for first-time buyers at low cost, something we all need for our newly-wed sons and daughters, most of whom are struggling to get on the property ladder. read more

  • Without... that's us

    AT the recent local elections we were moved into the new ward of Heworth Without. Recently, we wrote to our new councillor, Coun Lancelot, protesting about the new evening parking charges. read more

  • Odeon chief gets petition

    A SENIOR cinema chief has pledged to examine the Evening Press petition, calling on bosses to save the York Odeon. read more

  • Get real, Graeme

    I suggest Graeme Robertson pulls his hand out of his pocket and stops whining about the price of afternoon tea (Weekender, March 6). If he is under the impression £3.15 is unusual and over-priced for a bowl of soup, he obviously hasn't been out to lunch since 1970. read more

  • Huge Challenge

    COACH Richard Agar is set to fill his substitutes' bench with "whoever is fittest" as a patched-up York City Knights seek Powergen Challenge Cup heroism. read more

  • Stop leeching, Sue

    WHY was Susan Moore surprised by the public's attitude towards her? read more

  • Ex-minister warns of Far Right threat

    YORK-born politician Frank Dobson has spoken of the "dangers" posed by the Far Right, while giving a lecture in the city. read more

  • Arsenal's envious critics

    CHRIS Bojke (Sportsmail, Evening Press, March 9) feels Arsenal are deeply unpleasant cheats. read more

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