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Hairdresser's salon in York to be turned into Viking-themed cafe & bar

Hairdresser's salon in York to be turned into Viking-themed cafe & bar

A NEW Viking-themed bar could be opening in the centre of York.

5:00am Tuesday 21 February 2017

‘Make money stack up’ plea for city site

Lord Shipley on the York Central site

KEEPING the community involved in the York Central plans is key to making sure the ambitious project can be realised, according to a former government cities advisor.

4:00am Friday 17 February 2017

York jobless rate falls again

York Liberal Democrat leader, Keith Aspden   Picture Frank Dwyer.

UNEMPLOYMENT has fallen again in York - particularly among young people.

4:38pm Wednesday 15 February 2017

Council payments row: what the secret report said…

Council payments row: what the secret report said…

NEW details of City of York Council’s controversial payments to a £400-a-day consultant have emerged, after the findings of an internal report were leaked to The Press.

4:00am Friday 17 February 2017

York Arts Barge is granted planning permission for city centre

An artist's impression of how the barge may look

YORK'S Arts Barge has been given the go-ahead by City of York Council's planning committee.

6:39pm Thursday 16 February 2017

2 York scrap metal collectors fined after spot checks

Two collectors were stopped in spot checks. (library picture)

TWO scrap metal collectors have been fined hundreds of pounds in a prosecution by City of York Council.

5:00am Friday 17 February 2017

Big revamp of historic Guildhall complex gets the go ahead

An artis

A MAJOR redevelopment of the historic Guildhall complex will go ahead after city planners voted to approve the plans.

4:00am Saturday 18 February 2017

Alleygating confusion exposed

The gated lane at the rear of Diamond Street in the Groves, with a van parked in it.

COUNCIL and police officials have clashed over who is responsible for protecting access in York’s alleys after ‘alleygating’ has taken place.

5:00am Monday 20 February 2017

COLUMN: Are we really doing all we could for child refugees?

Tim Murgatroyd: could we be doing more for child refugees?

By Tim Murgatroyd

12:07pm Wednesday 15 February 2017

York pub closure: Departing tenant hits out at owners

Simon Brind, pictured in 2014 at The Mitre in Shipton Road

A PUB tenant has accused its owners of not giving him enough support to make the business a success.

4:00am Friday 17 February 2017
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