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Work ends on new council houses

The new council houses on Pottery Lane

BUILDING work has finished on six new council houses in York, and new tenants will soon be moving in.

5:00am Saturday 25 February 2017

Archive: The opening of Millennium Bridge in York

Archive: The opening of Millennium Bridge in York

From the archive: This article first appeared in the Evening Press on April 11, 2001.

1:33pm Friday 24 February 2017

ANALYSIS: We look at how old shipping containers could transform Piccadilly

The entrance to Spark:York - architect's drawing

Formal plans have been submitted for Spark:York, the food-and-culture centre in Piccadilly that would be based in old shipping containers. STEPHEN LEWIS finds out more

9:55am Friday 24 February 2017

BETTY KILVINGTON

KILVINGTON Betty Formerly of Holgate and ex British Rail. Died suddenly but peacefully at York Hospital on February 15th. Devoted aunty to three generations of nieces and nephews. Will be sadly missed. Funeral service to be held at York Crematorium…

2:51am Saturday 25 February 2017

We could do worse than follow Germany (letter)

Your letters

I THINK that most people would agree that the UK has many very big problems, and our politicians of all colours do not appear to have positive realistic solutions.

7:30am Friday 24 February 2017

Police camera catches 1 speeder every 9 minutes - see 2017's hotspots so far

Police camera catches 1 speeder every 9 minutes - see 2017's hotspots so far

POLICE cameras caught speeding or dangerous drivers every nine minutes they were on the road in January, new figures have shown.

4:00am Wednesday 22 February 2017

City wins £300k government cash for cutting-edge congestion project

Library image

YORK is getting nearly £300,000 of Government cash to try out cutting-edge new technology in the fight against congestion.

10:37am Tuesday 21 February 2017

Organisers gear up for York International Women’s Festival

Organisers gear up for York International Women’s Festival

A TWO-WEEK festival will be held in York next month packed with talks, workshops, gigs and performances all intending to empower, inform and celebrate women.

5:00am Tuesday 21 February 2017

I’ll pass on rugby union and stick to rugby league (letter)

Your letters

WHAT is it with the scrums in modern-day rugby union?

8:50am Monday 20 February 2017

Has former Prime Minister Tony Blair learned nothing? (letter)

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair

SO the multi-millionaire and New Labour ex-Prime Minister Tony Blair still cannot accept that the majority of Britain voted to leave the European Union.

7:50am Monday 20 February 2017
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