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The final countdown to York College craft students' In The Making design show

Contemporary jewellery by Olivia Lawrenson

IN The Making, a group show by BA contemporary craft students, opens in The Gallery at York College on February 3.

6:16pm Friday 20 January 2017

Confab chance to learn more about theatre, comedy, performing and writing

Comedian, pantomime dame and comedy promoter Philip Smith

DR HAZE, ringmaster from the Circus Of Horrors, will be the star speaker at the inaugural Live Entertainment Confab in York on Wednesday lunchtime at The Basement, City Screen. His circus is in town that night for an 8pm performance of The Never…

7:25pm Friday 20 January 2017

Screenwriter Sally gets university gong

Sally Wainwright pictured on set of the Bronte drama To Walk Invisible. Picture:PA Photo/BBC/Gary Moyes

AWARD-WINNING screenwriter, Sally Wainwright, and the principal of York College are among seven people receiving honorary degrees from the University of York.

4:00am Friday 20 January 2017

Creative young York entrepreneur has designs on success

Jessica Mahy

A CHANGE of career focus has left a young illustrator from York with designs on business success in the coming year.

6:05am Monday 16 January 2017

Students win prizes at city awards ceremony

WINNERS: award winners with former student/guest speaker Claire Harrop in the foreground

STUDENTS from across York, North and East Yorkshire were rewarded for their hard work at a festive gathering.

6:00am Wednesday 4 January 2017

This man played for York City and North Ferriby at the SAME TIME - now they're going head to head

HOW TIMES CHANGE: Gordon Staniforth in action against Wigan during his first spell at York City in the 1970s when he was twice named Clubman of the Year. In his second spell in the 1980s, he was allowed to play for BOTH the Minstermen and North Ferriby Un

FORMER Bootham Crescent favourite Gordon Staniforth finds it “amazing” that York City are preparing for a vital festive double-header against another one of his old clubs, North Ferriby United.

7:38am Saturday 24 December 2016

Times of change and seizing opportunities

The team at Autohorn

More winners of The Press Business Awards talk about the challenges and triumphs of the past year and their hopes and aspirations for 2017.

6:52am Wednesday 11 January 2017

Teen York band Minster Conspiracy reach Soundwaves competition final

Minster Conspiracy

MINSTER Conspiracy, a teenage York rock band with an average age of 15, have made their way into the final of the Soundwaves Music Competition, beating more than 300 bands en route to the January 21 climax at the Leeds O2 Academy.

3:33pm Friday 13 January 2017

Blueberry Academy young designers create Printing The Petals installation to mark Holocaust Memorial Day in York

Pearl Milnes, from the Blueberry Academy, working on the Printing The Petals installation

YORK charity New Visuality will participate in Holocaust Memorial Day's 2017 commemorations on January 27 with a week-long installation at According To McGee, the Tower Street gallery that looks out on to Clifford's Tower.

3:08pm Friday 6 January 2017

Freed in minutes – but I never want it to be real

The Press reporter Dan Bean experiences how fire fighters recover crash victims from vehicles during a demonstration event at York College on Friday. Picture David Harrison.

"ALRIGHT mate, what's your name," asks a voice from the back seat of the car, as hands hold my head to stop me moving.

6:00am Friday 6 January 2017
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