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Whatever happened to Henry Raby? He's doing a show on punk and dinosaurs

Henry Raby

HENRY Raby, York theatre-maker, performance poet and punk, will premiere his new solo show, Whatever Happened To Vandal Raptor?, in the York Theatre Royal Studio on Thursday and Friday as part of the 2017 York Literature Festival.

10:24am Tuesday 28 March 2017

IRENE MARGARET DOUGLASS

DOUGLASS Irene Margaret On March 17th, in hospital, aged 94 years. Dearly loved wife of the late Noel, much loved mother of David and Judith, mother-in-law of Vikki, treasured grandmother of Alicia, Francesca, Adam and Clare, loved sister-in-law to…

1:51am Tuesday 28 March 2017

Bettine Mary Hall-Jackson

HALL-JACKSON Bettine Mary (Mrs Jackson formerly of the Off-licence shop, Ambrose Street 1952-1996), on March 23rd in the excellent care of Fulford Nursing Home after a short illness, aged 98 years. Dearly loved wife of the late Arthur, loving mother…

1:51am Tuesday 28 March 2017

Rule change will protect our pubs, campaigners say

Rule change will protect our pubs, campaigners say

PUB campaigners believe the closure of a controversial planning loophole has protected more pubs for longer.

5:00am Tuesday 28 March 2017

A great way for people to Get Cycling in York (letter)

Letter writer Jan Wilford supplied this picture of Saturday’s Get Cycling ride for the over-55s in York

ON Saturday I cycled with the over-55s cycling club as a direct result of an article in The Press.

7:40am Tuesday 28 March 2017

Bishopthorpe put pressure on rivals in Minster League

Craig Theaker, centre, was on target for Civil Service against Wilberfoss, who hit a 93rd-minute winner Picture: Nigel Holland

BISHOPTHORPE United continued their York Minster Engineering League promotion campaign with a 2-0 win over Stamford Bridge, which moved them into second place in division two.

2:00pm Monday 27 March 2017

Landlords toast York pubs campaign victory

FLASHBACK: Backing for The Press’ pubs campaign (from left) licensee Paul Crossman, Nick Love of York CAMRA and reporter Alex Ross                                                                                        Picture: Mike Tipping

A CAMPAIGN to give locals a say on the future of their favourite pubs has been victorious.

6:00am Saturday 25 March 2017

Let's cut out the Brexit point-scoring (letter)

Vince Cable

ON March 20, The Press printed a letter from 12 members of an organisation, York4EU, who had called on Julian Sturdy to hold a public meeting to hear their supporters’ concerns about a “hard” Brexit.

7:00am Saturday 25 March 2017

Flood defence petition attracts more than 150 signatures

Cllr Keith Aspden

A NEW petition has been set up calling for more flood defence funding and works in Fulford.

1:00pm Sunday 26 March 2017

Creative pupils win session with professional artist

Artist Griselda Goldsbrough with Danesgate pupils Demi Scaife,Freddie Vardy, Ethan Power,Matthew Kirby and Katie Franks. Picture: Nigel Holland

CREATIVE youngsters in York developed their artistic skills after working with a professional artist as a prize for winning a competition.

6:00am Monday 27 March 2017
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