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Title successes for City of York cross-country starlets

CHAMPION: Angus McMillan (number 19) bides his time before taking the lead in the West Yorkshire Cross Country League under-17s race at Keighley. On his shoulder is team-mate Maurice Carlton-Seal (18)

ANGUS MCMILLAN was crowned under-17s boys’ champion as City of York Athletic Club completed a promising season in the West Yorkshire Cross Country League.

8:01am Saturday 10 December 2016

Aim of grants managed by University of York is helping firms to innovate

University of York logo for Biz Awards supp.

SMALL to medium-sized businesses in York and North and East Yorkshire are being urged to apply for EU grants of up to £20,000 to help them innovate.

9:52am Monday 5 December 2016

Art makes science come ALIVE in York gallery show

Alive Exhibition  at York Art Gallery  " Art Between Life and Science" with Laura Turner , Curator of York Art Gallery   Picture Frank Dwyer.

SCIENCE meets arts this week in a brand new free exhibition on show at York Art Gallery.

6:00am Saturday 10 December 2016

Flares, footstreets and Bohemian Rhapsody: 8 photos of York in the Sixties and Seventies

1969: gield in a minidress at York railway station. From York in the 1970s.

YORK author Paul Chrystal has reached the 1970s in his series of books about decades that changed York.

3:15pm Monday 5 December 2016

Hate crime rises in York

Hate crime rises in York

HATE crime rose in York in the months leading up to the Brexit vote, according to data from a survey of human rights in the city.

4:00am Wednesday 7 December 2016

York children aged between eight and 12 are needed for a study on how sleep helps learning

Frank, eight, taking part in a sleep study with researchers at the University of York

EIGHT year old Frank has a good night’s sleep, despite being wired up to 14 cables before bedtime.

12:02pm Wednesday 7 December 2016

York experts have discovered that flies could help make minefields safe

York experts have discovered that flies could help make minefields safe

SCIENTISTS in York have discovered that a gene found in the fruit fly can be expressed in a plant to make land contaminated with explosives safe.

5:29pm Wednesday 7 December 2016

York City give Loughborough a futsal lesson during 7-1 success

GAME PLAN: York City Futsal coach Junior Roberti inspired win

YORK City Futsal took their unbroken run of wins into a seventh game by beating Loughborough Academy 7-1 at the University of York Sports Arena, writes TOM HARLE.

7:01am Wednesday 7 December 2016

Fascinating wills from 400 years ago are published online

Fascinating wills from 400 years ago are published online

A LUCKY cow, a chamber pot, and a secret cache of cash are among the bequests left by people around York hundreds of years ago.

5:00am Thursday 8 December 2016

Review: York Symphony Orchestra/Jamieson, Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, University of York, December 4

Conductor Alasdair Jamieson

ALASDAIR Jamieson was back in the saddle on Sunday for an enticing Anglo-American evening. Four shorter English works were offset by an American symphony, all by composers born in the final third of the 19th century.

1:32pm Monday 5 December 2016
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