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  • Total insult

    THE fiasco over the status of play areas in Selby (September 30) has arisen because for years Selby District Council failed in its legal duty to provide them. read more

  • Thunder 24, Knights 56

    AT one stage yesterday, there were a few fears that Gateshead Thunder were about to repeat last season's shock victory over York City Knights. read more

  • Rams 16, Knights 58

    IT was a case of many happy returns for York City Knights at Rams Stadium yesterday. read more

  • Sheffield Eagles 24, Knights 32

    IT was scrappy and messy but ultimately triumphant as York City Knights progressed to the last 16 of the Challenge Cup. read more

  • Knights 18, Rovers 16

    RICHARD Agar yesterday passed his latest big test as York City Knights coach and in doing so saw his charges set a new club record of five straight wins. read more

  • Featherstone Rovers 26, Knights 29 - CC5

    COACH Richard Agar had said last week that he hoped York City Knights would have a "trick up their sleeve" yesterday. read more

  • Bulldogs 36, Knights 12

    WAS it a case of after the Lord Mayor's Show or before the Lord Mayor's Show? read more

  • Minstermen on tide of confidence

    YORK City head to Morecambe for Tuesday night's televised Nationwide Conference clash on a high after Saturday's crowd-pleasing 3-1 defeat of Stevenage Borough. read more

  • They gave their lives protecting our nation

    Britain's first National Police Memorial Service was held yesterday at St Paul's Cathedral in London. In the congregation were the parents of Glenn Goodman, the Special Constable shot dead by an IRA gunman near Tadcaster in 1992. They told Mike Laycock what the event meant to them. read more

  • Acorn far too good for sorry Villagers

    THE contrasting fortunes of York's top two amateur clubs was clear as York Acorn hammered Heworth 48-4 at Elmpark Way. read more

  • Knights 28, Villeneuve 8

    THE final hooter at Huntington Stadium yesterday would normally have been greeted with cheers and an anticipation of what the fourth round of the Challenge Cup would bring. read more

  • Knights 22, Batley 24

    YORK City Knights might have opened their season with a defeat, but the result alone doesn't tell half the story. read more

  • Answers sought

    DO you receive or have you claimed Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or Attendance Allowance? How easy to complete were the 20 plus page forms? Are you happy with the outcome of your claim? read more

  • Scooter rules

    I AGREE with D Edge's letter (September 29). I presume that by "scooters" he means the 4-wheeled mobility buggies, sales of which have boomed in the last couple of years. read more

  • Bridge for all

    MAY I add my support to those campaigning for the lights over the Nidd Skewkirk Bridge (September 23). read more

  • Hard hat facts

    A POSTWOMAN in Greater Manchester was dismissed last month for not wearing a cycle helmet. read more

  • Barrel scraping

    I AM disgusted and angry at the gutter-type comments made about Huntington by the Osbaldwick Parish Council and the other residents' associations fighting the development of Derwenthorpe. read more

  • Tough to prove

    I WRITE in regard to the letter by Sandra Howland, "The pain of false allegations" (September 30). I find it quite disturbing that a woman could write this with regard to rape charges. Yes there are lots of rape and sexual assault charges which are hard to prove. read more

  • Shame of NHS dental service

    DENTISTS have seen the sales and profit opportunities enjoyed by opticians, linking the captive market of basic national health needs to a strong demand for improving personal appearance at any cost, and it was only a matter of time before they equated these benefits with their own privileged position. read more

  • Danny's the boy - 04/10/04

    North Yorkshire apprentice jockey Danny Tudhope, who has enjoyed an excellent season, gets the chance to shine again at Catterick tomorrow. read more

  • Knights 32, Leeds 6

    IF ever a friendly augurs well for a forthcoming season, then this might have been it. read more

  • Seafood, Fibbers, York

    "WELCOME to the world of Seafood, the unluckiest indie-rock band in the world." read more

  • Everything coming up roses for chef

    The Ivy Restaurant within the impressive Grange Hotel in York has been awarded two AA Rosettes for culinary excellence for the seventh consecutive year. read more

  • York RI turn the tables in second half

    YORK RI got back to winning ways with a 17-11 Yorkshire Three victory over Stocksbridge at New Lane. read more

  • Austerfield's quickfire treble grinds Wheatley to dust

    SELBY RUFC produced a dynamic late surge to crush Wheatley Hills 41-19 in their Yorkshire One encounter at Sandhill Lane. read more

  • York romp home

    YORK RUFC maintained their leadership of Powergen Northumberland and Durham One by beating Ponteland 42-7 at Clifton Park. read more

  • Malton hit the top spot

    MALTON & Norton RUFC moved into top position in North East Two after beating battling Horden 28-16. read more

  • Harrogate flop

    HARROGATE RUFC lost their way in the second half for the third game in a row to slide to a 29-28 defeat and crash out of the Powergen Cup at the hands of Bradford & Bingley in injury time. read more

  • Tin and out

    BISHOP Wilton may be a village of only 500 souls, but they're a lively bunch. read more

  • Sully O Sullivan, Ayesha Hazarika, Mike Milligan, Matt Green and Lee Nelson - Other Side Comedy Club

    LESS a comedy club bill, more a mini football team, the Other Side galloped into October with a line-up ideally suited to the squad rotation system. read more

  • Steve recalls red letter days

    WHO says sport and politics don't mix? Steve Galloway could be the man to prove the statement wrong. After all, York's council leader is as staunch a supporter of Darlington Football Club as he is of night-time parking charges. read more

  • Way we were

    Monday, October 4, 2004 read more

  • Brilliant Bowling knocks over Castleford

    KEVIN Bowling was the hero of Pocklington RUFC's 20-19 Yorkshire Two victory over Castleford with all the Percy Road side's points. read more

  • Boro's magic milestone

    SCARBOROUGH marked their 125th anniversary with their first win in six games. read more

  • Surveyor can 'B&Q it'

    A York surveyor who broke free to start his own business has landed a contract to project manage a new £6.6 million B&Q superstore in Derby. read more

  • Della is right

    HOW encouraging to hear North Yorkshire's top police officer speaking up for the modern youth. read more

  • York needs this centre

    MULTI-million pound plans to build a sports complex on the outskirts of York now appear to have been saved. read more

  • Pond's hat-trick leaves Cop in deep water

    AN Andrew Pond hat-trick helped Kartiers see off the challenge of Copmanthorpe as they won 3-1 in Reserve 'A' with John Langley replying for Cop. read more

  • Huby fightback

    IN Reserve D an Andy Innes hat-trick, complemented with a goal from Carl Turpin to gave Heworth a 4-1 lead against visitors Huby. But three late goals from the visitors meant that the points were shared. read more

  • Poppleton power

    POPPLETON announced their intention to bounce straight back into Reserve 'B' with an emphatic 7-1 home win over Wilberfoss in Reserve 'C'. read more

  • Bishops too strong

    BISHOPTHORPE'S first Reserve 'B' league game of the season saw them overcome a a young Barmby Moor side 5-2. read more

  • Dringhouses standing firm

    DRINGHOUSES stretched their unbeaten run in the Leeper Hare York and District League premier division to six games after their 1-0 win over Bishopthorpe. read more

  • Good krief on form for town

    HARROGATE Town's overnight stay in Barrow paid off with a comfortable passage to the third qualifying round of the FA Cup. read more

  • Spanking Cain

    RED-HOT York City Knights roared into next Sunday's LHF Healthplan National League Two Grand Final yesterday in record-breaking fashion. read more

  • Howdy y'all

    GREETINGS from America to Amy Evans and Jo Starkey from Bob, Mary, Katie and Alice who live in Idaho. read more

  • York City 3, Stevenage Borough 1

    WE love you City, we do, sang the David Longhurst Stand after York demolished Stevenage 3-1 on Saturday. read more

  • Brakes put on Webster title tilt

    THE Eastern Airways British Sidecar Championship will go to the last round at Mallory Park in a fortnight after Easingwold's Team Castrol Suzuki ace Steve Webster was forced out whilst leading the second leg at Knockhill yesterday. read more

  • York club could move into B&B

    PLANS for a York social club to move to a smaller, neighbouring home look set to pave the way for the sale of another city working men's club. read more

  • Police chief warns on labelling teenagers

    NORTH Yorkshire's top police officer has called on the public to give kids a break. read more

  • York science bid pays off

    BUILDING work has begun on an £11 million flagship centre to improve the way science is taught in British schools, which will be based at the University of York. read more

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