3:11pm Wednesday 30th July 2014
9:20am Tuesday 29th July 2014
When a young Leon Theremin invented a unique instrument to detect runaway prisoners during the height of the Russian Civil War, little did he know that almost a century later it would be the source of a medical breakthrough.
2:31pm Monday 28th July 2014
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12:39pm Friday 25th July 2014
2:27pm Friday 25th July 2014
With 25 years of service to motorists, PATROLMAN PHIL takes a wry look at the business of being a ‘breakdown technician’ and recalls stories from the roadside as well as offering the occasional helpful motoring snippet
9:50am Thursday 24th July 2014
1:35pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014
3:21pm Monday 21st July 2014
1:14pm Saturday 19th July 2014
2:51pm Friday 18th July 2014
12:51pm Thursday 17th July 2014
Women can now be bishops - and following a cabinet reshuffle, there are now also more women at the top level in government. Is the glass ceiling now a thing of the past - or is there more still to do? STEPHEN LEWIS reports.
11:58am Wednesday 16th July 2014
2:51pm Monday 14th July 2014
A 2,000-home new town at Earswick, a freight depot at Askham Bryan and new solar farms on York's outskirts are among proposed additions to York's draft local plan. You have until Wednesday to make your views known. STEPHEN LEWIS reports.
11:13am Monday 14th July 2014
1:32pm Friday 11th July 2014
It might look unassuming from the road but St Mary’s Church in Bishophill hides a wealth of secrets. MATT CLARK asks Churchwarden Graeme Thomas and York Diocese tourism officer Roy Thompson to reveal a few.
9:39am Thursday 10th July 2014
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3:29pm Wednesday 9th July 2014
YORK’s cabinet member with responsibility for transport, Cllr David Levene, effectively inherited the 20mph policy from his predecessor, Cllr Dave Merrett. So how committed is he to the scheme – and is there any chance of a change of direction? We put some questions to him.
3:26pm Wednesday 9th July 2014
3:23pm Wednesday 9th July 2014
THE city council bases part of its case for reducing speeds in York on a Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) report first produced in 2000: “The effects of drivers’ speed on the frequency of road accidents”.
3:21pm Wednesday 9th July 2014
3:23pm Tuesday 8th July 2014
11:40am Tuesday 8th July 2014
1:42pm Saturday 5th July 2014
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10:05am Thursday 3rd July 2014
3:25pm Tuesday 1st July 2014
WITH only three days to go, York is gearing up for a big Grand Départ welcome. The 2014 Tour de France officially begins in Leeds on Saturday. But Day 2 sets off from the Knavesmire on Sunday. And the city is bringing out the bunting for the occasion.
10:00am Tuesday 1st July 2014
1:47pm Monday 30th June 2014
BOB ADAMS has a long held fascination with the River Nidd, but he’s only just got round to exploring it. Last time we caught up with Bob he had reached Knaresborough. Now he heads to Ripley and then on into the Dales and some very different scenery.
1:11pm Saturday 28th June 2014
1:25pm Friday 27th June 2014
11:48am Thursday 26th June 2014
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1:40pm Saturday 21st June 2014
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12:46pm Friday 20th June 2014
THIS was a day of saints and witches. In the Middle Ages if you went off to live in a cave you were either called a saint and venerated, or a witch and persecuted. I had the impression that Saint Robert of Knaresborough was probably a reluctant saint. He found a quiet cave by the river to be alone and people kept coming to him to be healed.
2:53pm Thursday 19th June 2014
11:17am Wednesday 18th June 2014
11:16am Saturday 14th June 2014
11:59am Friday 13th June 2014
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12:18pm Wednesday 11th June 2014
1:39pm Monday 9th June 2014
It's name is Celtic for brilliant but the muddy waters of the Nidd have always held a strange fascination for Bob Adams. Now he is finding out why by walking the river's length. Today we publish the diary of his first day's exploration.
10:30am Friday 6th June 2014
1:06pm Thursday 5th June 2014
9:00am Wednesday 4th June 2014
IT is time for you to have your say once again on what you think is the best new building, restoration or public space project in York. STEPHEN LEWIS introduces the entries for The York Design Awards' Press People's Award.
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