THE Last Tango is so named because Strictly Come Dancing stars Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace are dancing together for the last time after 20 years in tandem.
THE founder of York credit card insurer CPP has regained control of the business after shareholders supported a move to overthrow its board.
THESE days he is the lesser spotted Terence Rattigan.
FAMILY and friends have paid fitting tributes to a distinguished RAF serviceman during his final send off.
YORK City boss Jackie McNamara has promised changes for the relegated club’s final Football League fixture at Morecambe on Saturday.
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OVINGTON Cricket Club have been banned from using their Knavesmire pitch for HPH York Vale League and Cup games until further notice.
A HOMELESS alcoholic has been found guilty of the manslaughter a retired teacher at his home.
THE A64 eastbound near Malton has been re-opened following a serious crash earlier.
OLD Malton St Mary's needed just a point to leapfrog Wigginton and secure the York Minster Engineering League premier division.
AN ELDERLY couple have been injured in a crash between a car and a bus.
WIGGINTON Grasshoppers recorded two league wins in three days to move to within two points of claiming the York Sunday Morning League division one title for the second successive season.
Bill Marshall recalls the Press' sporting headlines from this week...
LONDON comic Rob Beckett has been forced to postpone tomorrow's sold-out gig at Pocklington Arts Centre on account of "unforeseen circumstances", otherwise known as filming commitments.
A WOMAN was rescued by emergency services close to the River Ouse in York on Wednesday.
THE Duke of York will go racing in his namesake city on Wednesday.
JOHN Peel called Laura Cantrell's 2000 album Not The Tremblin’ Kind “my favourite record of the last ten years, possibly my life”.
NORTH Eastern whimsical comic Ross Noble will open his Brain Dump tour at York Barbican on September 27.
There aren't many Normandy veterans left, even fewer who were at Dunkirk. MATT CLARK meets a Huntington man who was at both.
COMEDIAN Bill Bailey is spending a long time in Limboland, his tour show that visited "Scarbados" last autumn and returns to North Yorkshire for York Barbican shows on Monday and Tuesday night as part of his extended travels.
A YORK grass specialist and one of the city's video production companies have formed an unlikely collaboration working together to create a music video for a Yorkshire band.
CAMPAIGNERS opposed to fracking have long warned about the risks to the environment and human health.
TALK about cutting it fine.
When I first encountered Shakespeare at school I wasn’t impressed.
BILLY Ocean is the absolute King of the Comeback. Many a fallow year can come and go, and then unexpectedly, he's back at the top of the charts with a credible and totally fabulous 45.
Do you recall the haunting island home of the villainous Raoul Silva in the 2012 James Bond film Skyfall?
DO you know which book EM Forster wrote between those mighty literary oaks A Room With A View in 1908 and Howard's End two years later?
BELLOWHEAD are no more. The Farewell Tour came to a close where it all started a dozen years ago, in Oxford Town Hall, with a May Day valedictory concert after autumn and spring tours that only emphasised how much this glorious folk big band will be…
ACADEMIC achievements among York's newest fully qualified accountants were celebrated at the annual dinner of the York Institute of Chartered Accountants.
THE Fulford and District Branch of the Royal British Legion will hold its May meeting on Thursday, May 12 in the Sergeants Mess, Imphal Barracks.
IT’S a damn, diabolical disgrace that lazy, bone idle workmen leave road closed signs in place for days after the roads have re-opened.
YOU are helping our deaf children enormously. Thank you.
I WAS dismayed when I read Derek Martin’s letter (The Press, April 30) about HRH Prince Charles.
OH, how I agree with Derek Martin’s letter (The Press, April 30).
I DON’T think Jean Frost (Letters, May 3) saw the same Brideshead Revisited production as I did recently at the Theatre Royal, but I know that Charles Hutchinson did.
WITH the Labour party suspending membership to Ken Livingstone and Bradford MP Naz Shah, leader Jeremy Corbyn must be wondering who in the party are his real friends.
JUST realised Leicester City won the fight for Richard III and won the Premiership.
IT was very pleasing to note that the proposed plans for the sugar beet site appear to include trees, shrubbery and a notable amount of greenery (The Press, April 29).
JUST who does Jeremy Hunt (the Minister of Health) think he is?
CANNOCK CHASE can atone for last season's near miss in the Betway Huxley Stakes by claiming Chester gold.
CHIEF executive Steve Stewart is wrong to claim a “definitive decision” over improper payments to senior staffers or that there will be “no further actions arising from the issue”.