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  • Rethink A-levels

    ONCE again we have the August A- level results lottery. A 96 per cent pass mark with just four per cent failure level. read more

  • Slot the difference

    As the row over York's evening parking charges rumbles on, Mike Laycock visits another historic northern city to examine what happens when motorists park up there for a night out. read more

  • Parking charges leave bitter taste

    PARKING charges and restrictions are set to cost a York pub thousands in lost takings - after rugby players abandoned it for their post-match celebrations. read more

  • City's spooky fame spreads far and wide

    THINGS have been known to go bump in the night in that august drinking establishment, the Spread Eagle in Walmgate, York. read more

  • Out to make capital gains from Olympic bid

    Back London and Yorkshire could strike gold in eight years time, says DAVID ANDREWS, chief executive of York-based Yorkshire Tourist Board. read more

  • Be prepared

    A specialist purchasing consortium based in York is warning small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Yorkshire to prepare for significant increases in their utility costs. read more

  • Officers on patrol

    Businesses in York who are letting employees cheer on Team GB hopefuls in the Olympic Games are being warned they could be "for the high jump" themselves as TV Licensing threatens a crackdown on unlicensed businesses. read more

  • Exams beat psycho- babble

    EACH year it is the same. The results come out and the commentators, the worriers, the politicians and the misery-guts stick their oars into the debate, usually striking a few unguarded youngsters about the head as they do so. read more

  • Parking mad at charges

    HOSTILITY towards parking charges in York shows no signs of abating. read more

  • Sense of grief

    THE funeral yesterday of James and Joan Britton was an occasion of "particular poignancy" according to the vicar who conducted the service. read more

  • Rugby league feast at Groves

    YORK Groves ARLC are holding their annual pre-season tournament on Saturday, at Heworth's Elm Park Way ground. read more

  • Selby sunk at Shirebrook

    NORTHERN Counties East premier division new boys Shirebrook Town took another scalp last night in a 3-2 defeat of Selby Town. read more

  • A lot said for loyalty and longevity

    PAUL Sturrock has become the first managerial casualty of the season already and the decision at Southampton seems strange. read more

  • It's all in the find

    The biggest Viking gold ring ever found in Britain has been discovered in York. STEPHEN LEWIS reports on other treasures at the Yorkshire Museum that were found lying around. read more

  • Parkin worth his weight in goals

    YORK City will profit from any future sale if Jon Parkin leaves Macclesfield Town for a transfer fee. read more

  • Various Vacancies

    Next Generation have the following vacancies: Membership Administrator, Club Administrator, Part Time Bar Staff and Part Time Receptionist. Please send a cover letter and CV for the attention of Sally Frisby, General Manager or Richard Fleming, Sales & Marketing Manager, Next Generation Clubs, St Johns Playing Fields, Off Hull Road, York YO10 3LG. Email: gm.york@ngclubs.co.uk or sm.york@ngclubs.co.uk. read more

  • Forklift Truck Driver/Warehouseman

    Required for busy warehouse in Rufforth. Previous experience an advantage, will involve some general administration and paperwork. Excellent package for suitable applicant. Please telephone for an application form 01904 738000. read more

  • Putting tourists first

    I ARRANGED to meet a friend for lunch in York on Wednesday, August 18, something we do every six to eight weeks. I try to park at Castle Mills car park when I can, but this time a young man met me at the gate. read more

  • Wildlife slaughter

    What Nigel Ingram fails to understand (Letters August 13) is that if the proposed Derwenthorpe development goes ahead not only would it mean the slaughter of wildlife and destruction of a historic site but we, as local residents, would have our quality of life impaired by the extra traffic imposed on us. read more

  • Scary encounter

    LIKE Matthew Flint (Letters, August 23) I too had the misfortune to walk into a crowd of drunken racegoers heading for York Station after the Ebor meeting. read more

  • We got top service

    I write in response to an article in the county edition of the Evening Press about North Yorkshire Emergency Doctors ('Three-hour wait for doctor 'too long'', August 16). read more

  • Arrogant cyclists

    I WANT to add my voice to the growing cries of outrage against cyclists in York. read more

  • Diana's legacy lives on with memorial award

    As we remember Princess Diana on the seventh anniversary of her death next Tuesday, it is rewarding to know that her legacy lives on through thousands of young people up and down the country. read more

  • City need not lose its beloved Odeon

    JAMES Bettley's letter (August 19) about the Odeon cinema in Blossom Street was very interesting. read more

  • Time to take your custom elsewhere?

    With British Gas announcing a 12 per cent hike in prices, STEPHEN LEWIS says this is the time to switch suppliers. read more

  • Beware the 'generous' holiday sales rep hazard

    PLANNING a late holiday to find some summer sun? City of York Council Trading Standards warns sun seekers that, on holiday, when you have wound down and dropped your guard, you may prove easy prey to sales representatives promoting the benefits of joining a holiday club. read more

  • Care Assistants/RGN

    Oak Trees Care Home Require RGN, Night duty 10-8. Care Assistants, full/part time, days and nights. Phone Anne/Wendy 01347 836262. read more

  • Surveyor

    Roofing/Building Surveyor read more

  • Chef de Partie

    The Olive Tree requires a dedicated & passionate Chef de Partie. Tel read more

  • Cleaners

    Full/part time cleaners required for York and surrounding areas. £5.50 per hour. Telephone 01904 691578. read more

  • Cleaner

    Cleaner required for Monks Cross Shopping Park, 6am-12pm Mon-Sat. Good rate of pay. Freephone 0800 454168. read more

  • Watching to clock in - 26/08/04

    Watching, beaten on the nod by one of his new stablemates at York last week, has an outstanding chance of going one better at Goodwood tomorrow. read more

  • Hospital stalwart is stepping down

    A KEY FIGURE in the development of York's hospital services is to step down after 41 years in the NHS. read more

  • Parsons to quit Yorkshire committee

    SIMON Parsons is to stand down from the Yorkshire members' committee next March because he feels disillusioned with the set-up which he claims gives no powers to the four elected members and makes them ineffective. read more

  • Hearing aid firm says flats plan would be too noisy

    A YORK company whose customers suffer from hearing problems has objected to a flats development in a neighbouring building - because of concerns about potential noise problems. read more

  • Parsons to quit Yorkshire committee

    SIMON Parsons is to stand down from the Yorkshire members' committee next March because he feels disillusioned with the set-up which he claims gives no powers to the four elected members and makes them ineffective. read more

  • Couple 'cruelly taken away', mourners told

    THE deaths of pensioners James and Joan Britton brought "shock and horror" to their family and the wider community, mourners at their funeral service were told. read more

  • Parkin worth his weight in goals

    YORK City will profit from any future sale if Jon Parkin leaves Macclesfield Town for a transfer fee. read more

  • Parking charges leave bitter taste

    PARKING charges and restrictions are set to cost a York pub thousands in lost takings - after rugby players abandoned it for their post-match celebrations. read more

  • Dental Nurse

    Full and part time Dental Nurses required for very friendly town centre practice. At least 1 year experience or qualified preferred. Call Sam on 01904 676189. read more

  • Insurance Brokers

    Experienced Insurance Brokers/Personal Lines Clerk. Permanent position. Full time, Mon-Fri and occasional Saturday mornings. Excellent package with good prospects for the right person. Based City Centre. Telephone for an application form on 01904 631622. www.illingworths.co.uk. read more

  • Insurance Clerk

    Experienced Insurance Clerk. We are seeking a person with experience in handling all aspects of motor and general insurances. Knowledge of the MISYS computer system would be an advantage. keyboard skills are essential. Good handwriting, speech and dress are essential for this varied position. Please apply in your own handwriting with details of experience and qualifications to B J Fennell Ltd, 85 Market Street, Pocklington, York YO42 2AE. read more

  • HGV Drivers

    HGV Drivers wanted urgently. Earn 25-35k next year. If you are an experienced class I or II HGV Tipper or ADR qualified tanker driver looking for a new challenge, then give us a call. We offer top pay plus benefits, full company uniform, and premium marque vehicles. York or Leeds based. Contact Whitkirk on 0113 286 9658 or 07855 769867 (m). read more

  • Joiners

    Qualified Joiners required for York loft conversion comapny. Must have clean driving licence and ability to work to high standards. Good rates of pay. Permanent positiosn - tel 01904 647613. read more

  • Office Cleaners

    Office Cleaners, York. Mornings and daytimes, 7 days and 5dpw. Minster Cleaning, 01482 887262/07974 230448 (m). read more

  • Barperson/Driver

    Part time Barperson/Driver for outside caterers. Variable hours. Tel. Diana Naish 01904 709988. read more

  • LGV Driver

    R S Cockerill (York) Ltd requires full time LGV C&E (Class I), shift drivers. Tel. 01904 481111 for an application form. read more

  • Various Vacancies

    An exciting opportunity to join the team at Creepy Crawlies, a new concept in family entertainment. Opening October the site is ideally located close to Clifton Moor on Wiggington Road, York. Now recruiting Play Centre Crew, Gym Co-Ordinator, Catering Assistants, Cleaners and Chef/Cook (Highly motivated and orgnaised, able to work in a high volume quality food operation). Full and part time posts available. Successful candidates will have: excellent customer service skills, positive and flexible attitude, enjoy working in a play environment and self-motivated, responsible and enthusiastic. Competitive rates of pay and above minimum wage. Telephone 07961 125091 or 07748 310134 or write to: Creepy Crawlies, The Arena, Cliftongate Business Park, Wiggington Road, York YO32 2RH for an application form. Alternatively email: Ccrawlies@aol.com. Closing date: 15th September 2004. Appointment subject to criminal records bureau clearange. Riding school open as usual. read more

  • Mac proves talk of Town

    FORMER York City defender Andy McMillan made his debut for Haxby Town last night in the Leeper Hare York and District League premier division. read more

  • York club is set to be demolished

    A PROPERTY developer's bid to build a block of 12 flats on a York working men's club is expected to be given the go-ahead. read more

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