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  • Merris backs Billy

    EVENING Press Player of the Year Dave Merris has welcomed the news that Billy McEwan will be in charge of York City next season. read more

  • Bavarian folly

    IS there no end to the follies perpetrated on our once-beautiful city by our council? read more

  • Just not fit

    THE attention given by your paper to the fact that many businesses are yet to take action to meet the needs of people with disabilities - six months on from the introduction of the Disability Discrimination Act - is very welcome (April 25). read more

  • Don't blame us

    I MUST answer your article and readers' letters on the subject of disabled access, particularly in respect of the De Grey Rooms. read more

  • It's plain unlawful

    I WRITE about Royal Ascot at York and the blatant discrimination shown towards the disabled. read more

  • Clubber's behaviour inexcusable

    WHAT gives locksmith John Anthony McGarry the right to totally go to town on a member of the public, breaking his eye socket and ankle in a late-night pub incident ("Clubber broke man's ankle", April 28)? read more

  • Improved safety

    S ATKINSON (Letters, April 25) will be pleased to know that the changes at Acomb Front Street to allow access for the new FTR bus will result in improvements for pedestrians. read more

  • Rural watchdogs

    POSTWATCH, the independent consumer watchdog for postal services, wants to hear from rural consumers about what they use their local post office for - and what changes might improve its service. read more

  • Scorecards

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  • Stop ghetto talk

    YOUR report about building retirement apartments in Wigginton by McCarthy and Stone says concerns are raised about the potential loss of bat roosting areas because of the demolition of houses (April 12). read more

  • Korean call

    THE British Korean Veterans Association is trying to contact former members of the armed forces who served in Korea/Japan from 1950 to 1953, and also those servicemen and women who served in these two places at a later date with the Peace Keeping Force from 1953 to 1957. read more

  • Another subsidy on poor policing

    I AM astounded that City of York Council has given the go-ahead to spend ward money on new police community support officers (April 30). Our ward already spends a great deal of its budget on a successful community ranger providing 35 hours a week patrolling by LeisureVend. read more

  • Pizza chain searches for new outlet

    DOMINO'S Pizza is looking for a new store in Scarborough, which would create up to 30 jobs. read more

  • All systems go

    HUGH Bayley was guest of honour at the Nestl factory in Haxby Road, York, as the firm launched a new multi-million pound network system. read more

  • The Green machine...

    THE GREEN PARTY'S candidate in York got on his bike in the search for votes, as the General Election campaign entered the home straight. read more

  • Top Tory visits resorts in N Yorks

    A LEADING Tory today dropped in on a marginal North Yorkshire seat. read more

  • Rivals for your votes

    STEPHEN LEWIS visits the York hustings to weigh up rival candidates for the honour of York MP. read more

  • Who should women vote for?

    Do York's Parliamentary candidates know what women want? JO HAYWOOD puts them to the test. read more

  • New Earswick promoted for certain

    TITLE-CHASING New Earswick All Blacks will definitely be promoted this season, the Evening Press has learnt. read more

  • Kay to leave Acorn on the up

    TRIUMPHANT boss Dave Kay is to step down as York Acorn ARLC coach after leading his team to a stunning promotion from National Conference League division two. read more

  • A Sharp chance - 03/05/05

    Dr Sharp can provide the solution to a tricky-looking Chester Cup tomorrow as he bids to provide North Yorkshire trainer Thomas Tate with his biggest Flat success. read more

  • Rain wins clash of big guns

    YORK CC's mouth-watering Yorkshire League clash with Sheffield Collegiate at Clifton Park eventually fell victim to the weather yesterday. read more

  • Web premises site heralded

    BUSINESSES hunting for new premises in North Yorkshire are soon to enjoy the benefits of the most comprehensive industrial and commercial property database the region has seen. read more

  • Too much power

    EXCESSIVE power relies on fear, inflates the egos of those who employ it and corrupts in time. read more

  • Target practice

    WHEN I was told that I couldn't make an appointment to see my doctor because of the "two-day rule", I just crawled back to bed, puzzled and fervently praying that the undertaker would be more accommodating. read more

  • Kay to leave Acorn on the up

    TRIUMPHANT boss Dave Kay is to step down as York Acorn ARLC coach after leading his team to a stunning promotion from National Conference League division two. read more

  • Customers warned as credit card cloning thieves strike

    CREDIT card "skimmers" have struck at cash machines across York city centre. read more

  • Merris backs Billy

    EVENING Press Player of the Year Dave Merris has welcomed the news that Billy McEwan will be in charge of York City next season. read more

  • NHS to boost dental scope

    PLANS to tackle York's NHS dental crisis and take on more than 30,000 new patients are being drawn up by health officials, the Evening Press can reveal. read more

  • Preview: Hay Fever, York Theatre Royal, May 23 to June 11

    ARTISTIC director Damian Cruden began rehearsals this week for York Theatre Royal's production of Hay Fever, Noel Coward's comedy of bad manners in the English country. read more

  • Is 34 the magic number?

    Is 34 the magic number when it comes to motherhood? JO HAYWOOD adds up the pros and cons. read more

  • It's the text best thing

    ISN'T it just typical? The week I learn to send text messages some boffin reveals that texting can be more than twice as bad for your brain power as smoking cannabis. read more

  • Victory eludes champions Kirkdale United

    RJF Homes Beckett Football League runners-up Union Rovers gained revenge over champions Kirkdale United by beating them 3-1 in the Victory Cup final. read more

  • Raising a smile at last

    ARGUMENTS about the improvements or otherwise to our health service have raged in this election campaign. But one sector of the NHS remains undeniably in crisis: dentistry. read more

  • Block the thieves

    POLITICIANS may have abandoned the battle bus, but North Yorkshire police are still making good use of theirs. read more

  • Mortgage debts rise

    THE number of people who face losing their homes has almost doubled in York. read more

  • Rain wins clash of big guns

    YORK CC's mouth-watering Yorkshire League clash with Sheffield Collegiate at Clifton Park eventually fell victim to the weather yesterday. read more

  • In the red and blue corners

    ENGLAND'S echelon of football has been dominated this past decade by two managers - Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United and Arsene Wenger at Arsenal. read more

  • Pizza chain searches for new outlet

    DOMINO'S Pizza is looking for a new store in Scarborough, which would create up to 30 jobs. read more

  • We're all down to type

    LIKE it or not, you've been typecast. There is a whole army of people beavering away out there to find out everything there is to know about you. read more

  • Cueball 'B' pocket title

    CUEBALL 'B' secured the York John Smith's Ladies League Darts division one title by beating Blacksmiths Arms 10-1. read more

  • Books tribute to volunteer

    FRIENDS of a woman who drove a library bus to traveller sites around York have donated books to create "a living memorial" in her name. read more

  • Cordwainers on the march

    ONE of York's medieval guilds paraded through the York streets in one of its read more

  • Late pub debate

    A PUB'S late-night opening plans will be debated by residents tonight amid concern about increased disturbances. read more

  • Village bust up

    ANGRY villagers say they are being isolated from York by a "useless" bus service. read more

  • Car crime message on doorstep

    VICTIMS of car crime were visited at home by police officers as Operation Cobra was taken on to the streets of York. read more

  • Victory eludes champions Kirkdale United

    RJF Homes Beckett Football League runners-up Union Rovers gained revenge over champions Kirkdale United by beating them 3-1 in the Victory Cup final. read more

  • When graffiti is all heart

    GRAFFITI can be enriching. Hang on to your ASBOs, and let us explain. In the shadow of Monk Bar in York there is a shop. Or rather there was a shop, Beryl's Fabrics. read more

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