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  • York watch with interest

    YORK Cricket Club will be on the sidelines this weekend as their rivals catch up on their outstanding fixtures. read more

  • Harrogate Theatre's autumn and winter season

    AS the brochure cover indicates, Harrogate Theatre's autumn and winter season reckons to be "a different kettle of fish". read more

  • The Village, Running time: 108 mins Certificate: 12A ***

    HE does not want to be dismissed as a one-trick pony, and so M Night Shyamalan succours his audience with two tricks in The Village, another dark journey into the human soul. read more

  • The Best Of Youth, Running time: 383 mins Certificate: 15 ***

    THE Best Of Youth spans four volatile Italian decades, from the helter-skelter 1960s to the present day. read more

  • Trees' landmark

    NESTLE Rowntree RUFC will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the re-founding of the club next week. read more

  • Weighing in for the Paralympics

    PARALYMPIC athletes in Athens will use specialist equipment designed and distributed by a small family-run North Yorkshire company. read more

  • Getting a result for the future

    After the exam results...the future really begins, says DAVID HARBOURNE, director of the Learning and Skills Council North Yorkshire. read more

  • Former caravan man bankrupt

    THE former owner of a York caravan site has been made bankrupt. read more

  • Training success

    Fifteen childcare trainees at York Training Centre have successfully completed the first part of their Early Years Progression Award, while two more students have passed the more advanced level of the exam. read more

  • Book fair move

    York's 30th national antiquarian book fair has been relocated to York Racecourse this year because of the Barbican Centre redevelopments. read more

  • Lined up for Leeds

    THE Carling Weekend: Leeds Festival grows bigger by the year. No wonder weekend tickets for next week's three-day event at Bramham Park sold out in record time. read more

  • Fibbers...

    ISN'T that Keith Flint, the one with the pierced tongue and pointy hair from the Prodigy's Firestarter video? read more

  • The 5,6,7,8's, Fibbers, Stonebow, York

    REMEMBER that contagious Woo Hoo song from Quentin Tarantino's Samurai slasher movie, Kill Bill Vol 1? Tonight (19th) you can hear it bouncing off the walls of Fibbers when The 5,6,7,8's make their York debut. read more

  • Jazz notes

    THE city of York is blessed with many opportunities to hear quality live jazz, often at no cost, in the pubs and restaurants around town. read more

  • Coming up

    FATBOY Slim returns to the turntable this autumn with a new single, album and eight October dates. read more

  • Don't let it occur again

    THE National Health Service does a tremendous job for many people, day in and day out. Yet sometimes that duty of care can fail. read more

  • What a mess

    SQUATTERS from the York Peace Collective claimed they were highlighting the neglect of a fine building when they took over the Bonding Warehouse. read more

  • The Other Side Comedy Club, City Screen, York

    Introducing... the return of The Other Side Comedy Club at City Screen, York. read more

  • www - it's Weird, Woeful and Wonderful

    WE GET crazy communications from the world and his dog on a daily basis - it's part of the fun of working in a newspaper office. read more

  • Ramshaw helps out Knights boss Agar

    YORK City Knights are not set to bring in a new assistant-coach this season. read more

  • Sickness shocker

    As an employer and a rate payer I was horrified to read the article in the Evening Press about City of York Council's staff sickness absence problem (Council looks to slash costly sick leave, August 18). read more

  • What is crime plan?

    I was as interested to read Mr Booth's remarks (Report law breakers, Letters, August 18), especially his mention of Michael Heseltine's policies. read more

  • One-way mess

    As a self-employed courier I rushed around to make sure I got out of Sim Balk Lane to turn right on to Tadcaster Road by 11am as stated on the newsletter through my door regarding the re-routing of traffic on race days. read more

  • Give us cash facts

    Simon Wiles, the city council's director of resources, states (Letters, August 11) that detailed information about payment of members allowances is released to the media, therefore is it the fault of the Evening Press that only a brief summary appeared on June 24, a summary so brief that not only I but some of my friends missed it. read more

  • Electricity hazard

    IT is interesting to note (Evening Press, August 10) that Northern Electric Distribution (NEDL) are to use radio commercials "to deliver hard-hitting safety messages". read more

  • Transplant dilemma

    IN the past few days doctors have performed the UK's 10,000th liver transplant. Perhaps this is a good enough reason for us to applaud experiments on animals. read more

  • The face of 'arrogance and broken promises'

    THE picture of John Prescott (Pay up Mr Prescott, August 11), tells a story of arrogance and broken promises. read more

  • Thanks for a super picture of our new village bench

    THANK you for the excellent picture on page seven, Villagers welcome return of public bench, (Evening Press, August 11). read more

  • Food Production Operatives

    Food Production Operatives required. Full days and shift work available Weekend work available. Long term work. £7.34 per hour + shift pay. Required for packing goods and line work. Please call Sarah on read more

  • Dispenser/Receptionist

    Dispenser/Receptionist, 22.75 hours per week (plus cover), £12,187 - £14,146 (pro rata). Friendly and forward thinking Practice seeks a Dispenser / Receptionist. The post will be based at our Strensall surgery and is a one year fixed-term contract. Applicants should be computer literate and also able to demonstrate commitment and adaptability within a very busy surgery. Experience of dispensing / reception work is desirable, but not essential, as full training will be given. Please send your CV plus a handwritten letter explaining your suitability for read more

  • Waiting Staff

    Permanent waiting staff 18yr+ required looking for anything between 12 & 30 hrs pw, mainly evenings Wed/Thurs off. Interviews Lamplight Restaurant 01904 420100. read more

  • Housekeeper/Cleaner

    Housekeeper/Cleaner required. Good rate of pay. Also waiter/ess. Tel. 01904 781141. read more

  • Taxi Driver

    Taxi driver required, Market Weighton area. Tel. Holme Cars 01430 427888. read more

  • Bar Supervisor

    Bar Supervisor responsible for retaining and improving the service standards and sales of our new, contemporary and stylish Bar, run on 'Lounge/Cocktail Bar' lines. A great opportunity for someone to run their own little 'kingdom', top salary plus tips and incentive scheme based on increased sales etc. 4.5 day week of split and straight shifts. No very late nights! Apply in writing with CV to: Jason Pascal, Restaurant Manager, Dean Court Hotel, Duncombe Place, York YO1 7EF. read more

  • Night Care Assistant

    Mulberry Court Care Centre requires night care assistant full or part-time hours. Contact Janice Dobson on 01904 671122. read more

  • Joiner

    Joiner to fit loft ladders, boarding, hatches, rooflights. Immediate start. Excellent earnings potential. Call Steve at Loftspace. Tel. 01904 345425. read more

  • Collis to write new chapter

    NEW Tadcaster Albion boss Jim Collis will welcome Carlton Town to Ings Lane in his first game at the helm of the Northern Counties East League division one side. read more

  • Railway get up a head of steam

    SEVERAL big names have jumped aboard Harrogate Railway's bid for promotion from the NCEL Premier division. read more

  • Seadogs face Far mission

    A physical battle is expected by Scarborough at Farnborough tomorrow, where in midweek disgruntled fans got tough. read more

  • Ramshaw helps out Knights boss Agar

    YORK City Knights are not set to bring in a new assistant-coach this season. read more

  • Swoop on York pubs and restaurants

    TRADING Standards officers swooped on dozens of pubs, restaurants and takeaways last night in the biggest such operation York has seen. read more

  • City pair's key roles

    YORK City boss Chris Brass and teenage winger Bryan Stewart are both preparing for key roles in Saturday's home match with Hereford United (3pm). read more

  • Trashed

    THIS is the scene of devastation that greeted the leaseholders of York's beleaguered Bonding Warehouse who now face a £10,000 clean-up bill after evicting squatters from the building. read more

  • Mobile phones are an addiction

    RELIGION, according to Karl Marx, was the opium of the people. read more

  • Shop Assistants

    Part-time experienced shop assistants required for 'The Window Dresser' curtain shop, city centre, York. To apply please telephone Head Office on 01924 403930 during office hours. read more

  • Bar Persons

    Bar persons wanted, experience preferred but not essential. Phone John or Joanne 01904 706984. read more

  • Storeperson/Factory Operatives

    Storeperson required, experience preferred but not essential as full training will be given. Two Factory operatives, full training will be provided. Good rates of pay plus bonus scheme after trial period. Apply in writing to Invicta Bakeware Ltd, Westgate Business Park, Westgate Carr Road, Pickering YO18 8LX or tel 01751 473483. read more

  • Cleaners

    Cleaners required for the Clifton Moor retail park. Up to 16 hours a week, 6 mornings a week - hours to suit. Start rate £5.25 per hour depending on experience. Call 01604 871936 for interview. read more

  • Route Operator

    Route Operator to fill and clean beverage, snack and can vending machines. For application form ring 01759 305166, Rudsdale Vending Ltd. read more

  • Morning Cleaner

    Morning cleaner required 8am-11am Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat. Some part time positions available. Please phone Pat or Ray on 01904 642525 to arrange interview. read more

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