Updated: An elderly cyclist is believed to have suffered head injuries after she was knocked off her bicycle near the Post Office in East Parade, Heworth, shortly before 2pm.
ESTATE agent Your Move has moved into part of the former National House Building Council’s regional offices at Clifton Moor.
LOCAL jobs will be created after Drax Power awarded the contract for its biomass-related construction works to the York-based Shepherd Group.
THE body found in the River Ouse yesterday is that of missing York teenager Jordan Sullivan, police have confirmed.
YOU may have missed it, but on Tuesday the Washington Post carried an article under a joint byline. Seeing the names at the top, my mind wandered to an imagined tussle in the newspaper’s office over who should receive top billing.
A new Daniel Gath development at Strensall provides a superb mix of stylish light and bright modern homes, says Brian Page.
Brian Page discovers that single-storey living, while handy for those with dodgy knees, is not just for old folk… as highlighted by this round-up of bungalows to rent.
Youngsters turning their hands to a bit of technological problem-solving at the National Railway Museum impress STEPHEN LEWIS.
CONCERNING the article on the death of Ruby Milnes (The Press, March 7) for which the race course is being taken to court for health and safety issues, it seems this tragic death is the result of a lack of co-ordination between the many organisations concerned with Knavesmire.
A NORTH Yorkshire manufacturer of bakeware equipment is celebrating 100 years of manufacturing.
A NOTICE has appeared outside the Beckfield Lane waste facility. It tells us where else to take most small items, from Morrisons to Tesco.
SAVILLE Audio Visual has been appointed as a preferred supplier to the North Eastern Universities Purchasing Consortium.
YORK professionals will find out more about exporting at an event on March 21.
YORK City Knights are reeling from a new injury blow after Rhys Clarke was ruled out for a few weeks with a shoulder injury suffered in training, while front-line hooker Jack Lee is also now a doubt for Sunday’s clash with Halifax.
When the Budget is announced next week, we will all be asked to make sacrifices in order to deal with our economic problems. At the same time many multinational companies continue to avoid billions in taxes every year.
WHEN will council officials stop hiding behind the advice of expensive outside consultants (The Press, March 12)?
YOU reported in The Press on the March 9 about, “Record results for Aviva Life and Pensions.”
NORTH Yorkshire trainer Brian Ellison was “devastated” after Abergavenny had to be put down following a fall in the Coral Cup at the Cheltenham Festival.
THIS Mother’s Day, mums across Selby will be showered with love and spoilt rotten. But many mums – particularly those with very young children – often feel isolated and lonely.
I WAS recently listening to the local weather forecast and was struck by the clarity of the presenter’s voice. In particular, she pronounced all her Ts.
LABOUR councillors Sandy Fraser and Joe Riches (Letters, March 5) misunderstand the fact that although we did not change more of their budget we agreed with it.
CAN anyone tell me why the NHS Bill is still going ahead?
WHAT is all the fuss going on between our political parties over child allowance?
ON THE front page of The Press of March 13 was an article promising 14,500 new NHS dentist places.
Underdogs Sherburn Bears will be gunning for final glee as they go to Farnley Eagles in the semi-finals of the Pennine League’s Supplementary Cup (2pm).
IT wasn’t the draw they wanted but coach Scott Rhodes says his York Acorn ARLC team are still looking forward to the test posed by the Carnegie Challenge Cup third round draw.
DUNNINGTON have won the Yorkshire Squash League premier division title with a match to spare.
MARTIAL arts have never been as potent in York. Tip-top gyms have sprung up and titles, trophies and tournaments have been amassed.
BRITISH coach Daz Catterson has had a hand in world domination.
Bishopthorpe Tennis Club step up their preparations for the 2012 campaign when practice sessions start on Saturday.
Yorkshire’s Moin Ashraf believes advice from one of the most famous fast bowlers of all time this winter means he’s in perfect shape for the 2012 season.
Bootham have dominated the York Conservative Clubs’ Ted Plant Snooker Pairs competition since it started in the 1989/90 season – but they were denied in this year’s final by Heworth.
A TRIO of York fighters are celebrating European Boxing Federation victories.
New Earswick Indoor Bowls Club’s three-match unbeaten run came to a halt when they were surprisingly beaten 68-65 by second from bottom North Cave Yellow in the Yorkshire Over-55s League second division.
York Indoor Bowls Club ‘A’ complete their Yorkshire Over-55s League division one season tomorrow.
YORK developer Grantside may sell a significant part of the former Terry’s chocolate factory site, where hundreds of homes are planned.
THEY survived the Reformation, the Civil War and German bombing raids, and have become revered as one of the finest collections of medieval stained glass in the world.
BATTLING teenager Alfie Barlow is a beacon of defiance who is sparkling in the full-on world of martial arts.
HEALTH bosses in York have teamed up with councillors to remind supermarkets and large retail outlets that tobacco products must be removed from view next month.
WINNERS of The Press Community Pride Awards have been invited to lunch with the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at the Mansion House, it has been revealed.
STUDENTS in York took part in a national day of action in protest at the Government’s higher education plans, including a walkout at a university campus in York.
UNEMPLOYMENT in York rose slightly for the fourth month running in February — but the jobless figure is still only marginally worse than a year ago.
A REDUCTION in the number of Selby councillors has moved a step closer.