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Help for students over exam worries

University of York Central Hall.

UNIVERSITIES in York have urged students concerned about their exams to use their facilities to get help.

4:29am Saturday 20 May 2017

What puts the international into the York International Shakespeare Festival?

The Hungarian State Theatre of Timisoara in 7/7, The Dance Steps of Life in 7 Steps

THE 2017 York International Shakespeare Festival lives up to its name with the involvement of Hungarian, Polish and Australian performers.

3:25pm Friday 12 May 2017

Conference to help charities in York

York St John University De Grey building

A NEW conference has been set up to help charities in York work better together.

6:00am Thursday 11 May 2017

Protesters stage walk against development

SAVE OUR SPACE: Residents who are against the bid to build new homes on the playing fields off Windmill Lane

CAMPAIGNERS against the development of 70 new homes on playing fields will highlight the distance between the open spaces available to them by walking about four miles to the site.

6:00am Tuesday 16 May 2017

York Guildhall Orchestra goes Proms style for season finale at York Barbican

Soprano soloist Louise Winter

YORK Guildhall Orchestra's final concert of the 2016-2017 season will be "something a little different" with an evening of Proms-style music – many of the usual favourites and fun for all the family – on Saturday at York Barbican.

11:50am Friday 12 May 2017

Minikin, Brining, Smith... who next as Knights bring back youth system in huge boost for York RL

SUPER LEAGUE STRENGTH: York City Knights product Kriss Brining, now of Salford Red Devils, shoves off Doncaster’s George Milton in spectacular fashion during last year's clash at Bootham Crescent. Picture: Gordon Clayton

THE new-look York City Knights are going back to the future - by reinstating a high-class scholarship system.

6:27am Saturday 29 April 2017

Iranians refused visas for York drama trip

Iranians refused visas for York drama trip

A LIVE Shakespeare performance by a group of Iranian students in York will still go ahead despite the group being refused visas to enter the UK.

5:00am Monday 15 May 2017

York City are looking for girls to join their Regional Talent Club

JOIN THE ELITE: York City Foundation are looking for new players to become part of their girls' Regional Talent Club, whose under-ten squad are pictured

YORK City Foundation are inviting young girl footballers to trials for next season’s FA Regional Talent Club.

8:01am Saturday 13 May 2017

Tackling skills gap in science

Maggie Smallwood, CEO of Biovale

BUSINESSES within North Yorkshire’s globally renowned bioeconomy are being called upon to help tackle a skills shortage that could threaten the £8.7 billion industry.

6:00am Thursday 11 May 2017

Altered, Accordingly, McGees return with re-brand and new collaboration

Karl Sandor, left, creative director of The Killing Tree, with Ails and Greg McGee of York gallery According To McGee

YORK gallery According To McGee is re-launching with a re-brand, a new collection and a collaboration with the Art of Protest Gallery in Little Stonegate.

10:03am Monday 15 May 2017
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