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12:24pm Saturday 18th May 2013
Caroline Charles dressed the stars of the Sixties. MATT CLARK finds out what keeps her going 50 years on.
12:17pm Saturday 18th May 2013
York College fashion students hit the catwalk next week with their end of term collections. MAXINE GORDON goes behind the scenes for a sneak preview • Pictures: Garry Atkinson.
11:22am Friday 17th May 2013
Images of some of York’s finest historic and prehistoric artifacts will be posted on Facebook from tomorrow in a ‘virtual museum’ being set up to mark International Museum Day. STEPHEN LEWIS reports
11:12am Friday 17th May 2013
THIS colourful image of an art installation featuring umbrellas over Clifford’s Tower caught the imagination of judges in the Regional Press Awards who have shortlisted The Press photographer Frank Dwyer for a prestigious award.
8:42am Thursday 16th May 2013
Seventy years ago, British airmen took part in one of the most audacious bombing raids of the second world war – the Dambusters. Without realising it, a young WAAF officer helped 617 Squadron prepare for the raid. Barbara Dallas is now 90 and living in York. MATT CLARK reports on the raid that captured the imagination – then and now
12:07pm Wednesday 15th May 2013
Jay Rayner describes himself as “a greedy man in a hungry world”. The Observer restaurant critic is unlikely to stay hungry for long in Malton this weekend for the Food Lovers Festival. He speaks to STEPHEN LEWIS
11:15am Tuesday 14th May 2013
MAXINE GORDON goes in search of a ‘flawless face’ , with a little help from make-up artist Trevor O’Keeffe
11:47am Monday 13th May 2013
York City’s first season back in the Football League was a real roller-coaster. The club’s communications director Sophie Hicks spoke to STEPHEN LEWIS about the season’s ups and downs.
8:59am Saturday 11th May 2013
Reporter Richard Catton was called up for jury service – and found it’s nothing like on TV
10:20am Friday 10th May 2013
RUTH CAMPBELL didn’t realise she was an accident waiting to happen until she met walking expert Mark Reid. Now, armed with a map and a compass, she is ready to head for the hills.
9:31am Thursday 9th May 2013
At a recent health scrutiny meeting, York Hospital boss Patrick Crowley launched into an outspoken warning about the impact of cuts in health funding. He spoke afterwards to STEPHEN LEWIS
11:21am Wednesday 8th May 2013
ANDY Roberts was 4,500 miles from home when he heard the story that would change his life. It was the story of one family but it was representative of hundreds more.
10:05am Wednesday 8th May 2013
Border collies are lovely, intelligent dogs – but they don’t always make the ideal family pet. STEPHEN LEWIS visits a rescue centre near York that aims to find a new home for dogs that have proved too much of a handful as pets
9:32am Tuesday 7th May 2013
From left, Paul - suit by Hawes and Curtis, shoes by Alex Shilton; Jenny - dress by In Wear, hat by Boardman, shoes and bag, Van Dal by Jane Shilton; Karen - dress by Gina Bacconi, shoes by Jane Shilton; Keith - suit by Hawes and Curtis, shoes by Ted Baker.
11:04am Friday 17th May 2013
HERE’S a novelty. ‘Tweet of the Day’ isn’t actually a tweet – as in a pithy pronouncement in 140 characters or less on social networking site Twitter – but a real soundclip of birdsong on BBC Radio 4.
8:51am Thursday 16th May 2013
WHO wants to be summed up by an acronym? Not me, if the abbreviation in question is NIMBY. Yet sometimes life trips you up that way.
11:07am Tuesday 14th May 2013
ISN’T gardening supposed to be relaxing – something you do on days off or bank holidays to unwind? In theory, maybe. But in practice it’s anything but.
12:30pm Saturday 18th May 2013
BACK in 2006, David Cameron said: “I want this message to go out loud and clear. The Conservative Party recognises, will measure and will act on relative poverty.”
12:30pm Saturday 18th May 2013
Today’s pensioners quietly accept because we were hardly a complaining generation (What suckers we are on pensions, Letters, May 15). I recently became victim to another pension “scam” following divorce.
12:27pm Saturday 18th May 2013
Over two years of conflict in Syria atrocities are being committed daily by both sides.
12:29pm Saturday 18th May 2013
WELL, I have been called several things in my time, but this is a very special compliment (Letters, May 11, which referred to living on “easy street” in Dunnington).
9:18am Saturday 18th May 2013
A BRAVE youngster will climb 210 steps and jump off a bridge 160 feet high tomorrow to celebrate her 14th birthday and raise money for the transplant unit at Leeds General Infirmary.
7:47am Saturday 18th May 2013
THE family of a mum-of-two who has undergone treatment for cancer three times is fundraising to create a new courtyard and garden area for York Hospital patients.
Health & Wellbeing
11:34am Monday 13th May 2013
WHEN Julie Scott started to feel unwell after returning from a dream holiday in Florida, she put the symptoms down to flu or tiredness.
9:12am Wednesday 15th May 2013
MEMORIES and tales of a York landmark are being sought in a bid to fill the gaps in its history.
8:54am Saturday 18th May 2013
ABOUT 100 square miles of Yorkshire’s precious peatlands have been restored in a multi-million pound project that aims to preserve vital habitats and help cut global warming by reducing the amount of carbon escaping from them into the atmosphere.