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9,000 York families could be hit hard by tax credit cuts, warns charity

9,000 York families could be hit hard by tax credit cuts, warns charity

The view from one of the apartments

Spectacular York apartments completed after two and a half years - PICS

Police commissioner launching review into non-emergency number

Police commissioner launching review into non-emergency number

Tadcaster Grammar School Prom Picture: Wendy Binns

Tadcaster Grammar School Prom 2015

Residents trialling some of the equipment at the event Picture: Dan Bean

Public urged to take up new property marking scheme

Tutor Natalie Bell leads a baby-signing class in York             Pictures: David Harrison

Sign language helps babies to communicate

Hotel Indigo general manager Mike Sweeting   Pictures by Anthony Chappel-Ross

10 tasty facts from our look behind the scenes at York's new chocolate-themed Hotel Indigo

Henry VIII castle howard exhibition

Rare antiques from Castle Howard expected to fetch £10m at Sotheby's auction

Fulford School pupil 15 years old cardiac arrest victim Alex Cowes re-united with the staff and ambulance members who helped to keep him alive. Pictured from the left Paramedic Terry Rawcliffe, Teacher Katrina Fairbairn, Sue Igoe, Alex Cowes, Erica Melsom

Life-saving teachers up for community award

Sick pay costs York Hospital £13m in two and a half years

Sick pay costs York Hospital £13m in two and a half years

Bank robbery in York

Live York bank robbery: Duo with baseball bat targeted guard then fled on motorbike - witnesses tell of shock & drama

Almost 600 hospital staff face pay cuts or changes to conditions

Almost 600 hospital staff face pay cuts or changes to conditions

Locals watch in horror as dog kills pet chihuahua in York

Man charged over death of pet chihuahua in York

Thieves burgle Bootham Sainsbury's

York Sainsbury's break-ins: Money stolen from Bootham shop - thieves also try to raid second store - 2 men bailed

Tomorrow is a vital day for North Yorkshire libraries

Tomorrow is a vital day for North Yorkshire libraries

58 photos from York Race for Life & Pretty Muddy

58 photos from York Race for Life & Pretty Muddy

Traders and residents enjoy the festival. Picture: Gavin Aitchison

Hundreds enjoy York street festival

GREAT OLD PHOTO: Bar Convent prep school class of 1948. Do you recognise anyone here?

GREAT OLD PHOTO: Bar Convent prep school class of 1948. Do you recognise anyone here?

James Taylor took photos from Facebook to create indecent images

JAILED: Sex offender who used facebook photos of children to create pornographic pictures

Knife-wielding burglar disturbed by residents

Knife-wielding burglar disturbed by residents

The Archbishop of York and his wife Margaret, with Acts 435 supporters, including Julian Richer (front left) and Jenny Herrera (second left).

York charity celebrates 5th birthday - and eyes global success

left to rightCharlotte Stamp, Molly Peterson, Emily Hirst and Kate Dodwell.

Huntington School prom 2015

STAGE STRUCKPERFORMING: Some of the youngsters who took part in the Dance Dance Dance 2015 event

Dance Dance Dance 2015

Nursery staff and children at Cheeky Monkeys in Acomb celebrate their "outstanding" report from Ofsted

Praise for high achieving Acomb playgroup

22 December 1961 The rush of Christmas mail at the GPO Sorting Office Leeman Road

OLD PHOTOS: The York sorting office, the 1951 York Festival ... and a mystery woman

Blake Knaggs in his new sensory room. Picture: Anthony Chappel-Ross

Appeal for York toddler Blake Knaggs raises £25,000 in 8 months

Assistant headteacher Mrs Boulton celebrating with pupils at Monk Fryston

Fresh award for thriving school

York man is a lifesaver - for the 100th time

York man is a lifesaver - for the 100th time

Leeds Crown Court

Parish council clerk committed "shameful and wicked fraud"

Pictured left to right are festival trust chair Roger Lee and former Plays directors, Deborah Pakkar Hull and Paul Toy

York's Mystery Plays to form focus of conference

The skeleton which has gone on display at the York museum

Skeleton from medieval battlefield goes on display at York museum

Fracking proposals have sparked protests in Ryedale

Fracking firm dismisses Government report

Jake Tattersfield, 7, from Acomb enjoys a donkey ride led by Marilyn Granville-Fall from HeeHaw Donkeys Wetwang. Pictures: Nigel Holland.

Hundreds enjoy Copmanthorpe Carnival - PHOTOS

Mud, sweat and tears - and more mud.... Thousands join Race for Life in York

Mud, sweat and tears - and more mud.... Thousands join Race for Life in York

Rescue boat on scene after two go into Ouse

Rescue boat on scene after two go into Ouse

John Oxley at Walmgate Bar, and some of the vulnerable sections. Pictures: David Harrison

Vital extra works needed to save Walmgate Bar from collapse - restoration to continue for two more months

Police assault figures were wrong, admits force

Police assault figures were wrong, admits force

The start of today's Race for Life 5k and 10k evemts

VIDEO: Thousands in Race for Life at York's Knavesmire

Motorist approaches children in Knaresborough

Motorist approaches children in Knaresborough

Man stabbed in Selby

Man stabbed in Selby

New decision-making system unveiled at York council

New decision-making system unveiled at York council

FLASHBACK: 173 photos from Yorkshire's Grand Depart, one year on

FLASHBACK: 173 photos from Yorkshire's Grand Départ, one year on

Another motorist charged with drink-driving with young children in her car

Another motorist charged with drink-driving with young children in her car

Helen Whittaker works on the window

Stunning stained glass tribute to York's Afghanistan heroes is put in place

Take 6,000 strawberries.....

New 'strawberries & cream' beer created in York

Julia Mulligan said the response had been disappointing

Response to £900,000 service is 'disappointing', police chief admits

Rachael Maskell MP

York's mental health care crisis raised in Parliament

Cllr Mark Warters

Locals demand action over lorries breaching weight limits

Driver who helped Clarke Carlisle after A64 crash found dead

Driver who helped Clarke Carlisle after A64 crash found dead

Organiser Emily Harvey at an empty industrial unit in Kettlestring Lane, Clifton Moor.Picture: Nigel Holland

Empty York shops and offices to become pop-up art studios

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