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Paul Humphreys' rink stars as Yorkshire beat Lancashire in bowls' Muras Cup

Action from Yorkshire's Muras Cup win over Lancashire

THE rink of York RI Amateurs ace Paul Humphreys was key as Yorkshire beat Lancashire in the Muras Cup at Guisborough.

6:32am Thursday 26 May 2016

Dogs banned from York park

FLASHBACK: Cllr Fiona Derbyshire at Holgate Dock, she was upset by dog fouling in the area

DOGS are to be banned from a York park, but a top councillor has warned it should not be seen as a precedent for other areas in the city.

6:06am Friday 27 May 2016

How more than a century of rail building came to an end in York

A sign of the times as the last unit was shunted out of the ABB site in 1996.

Thousands of workers once passed through its gates each day, but 20 years ago more than a century of train building was brought to a final close at York Carriageworks. ANDREW HITCHON looks back at how a once thriving industry failed to survive in a…

8:09am Wednesday 25 May 2016

York students return from life-changing trip to South Africa

Issy Cambridge with a Capetonian child

A GROUP of York pupils have returned from an "eye-opening" and "life-changing" trip to South Africa.

6:00am Tuesday 24 May 2016

LETTERS: Europe debate...dementia...bus boost...

LETTERS: Europe debate...dementia...bus boost...

FOR many centuries, the French and German peoples, with others, were at each other’s throats. Then came two wars on an industrial scale in the first part of the 20th century. But not since, for 70 years. That is an incredible achievement, hardly…

5:11pm Friday 27 May 2016

LETTERS: Stonegate anger...pollution and congestion...clearing up myths on academies...

LETTERS: Stonegate anger...pollution and congestion...clearing up myths on academies...

I walked along Stonegate recently. Our Conservative-led council has a mindset more appropriate to running a third-world village than an important UK city. I am unable to understand how this idea was given any credence at all. It should certainly…

5:06pm Friday 27 May 2016

'Systemic neglect of lung disease' in NHS structures

Asthma is one of the lung conditions mentioned in the report

One person dies of lung disease and five more are diagnosed with the condition every five minutes in the UK, according to a new report.

1:41am Friday 27 May 2016

Prophets of doom have no faith in UK

Prophets of doom have no faith in UK

THE daily drip feed of the awful things that could happen to Britain when it votes to leave the European Union coming from Cameron, Osborne, Corbyn and recently Nicola Sturgeon, first minister for Scotland, is becoming tedious.

10:09am Thursday 26 May 2016

Gerry Dennis

DENNIS Gerry Peacefully in Minster Grange Care Home, on May 18th, aged 89 years. Uncle to Clare, Philippa, Tony and Sandra. Funeral service to be held at St Pauls, Holgate Road, on Monday, June 6th, at 11.00.am, followed by interment at Fulford…

4:51am Thursday 26 May 2016

The pros and cons of Brexit

The pros and cons of Brexit

I JUST cannot believe that people who have found Mr Cameron so hugely untrustworthy and also believe that his claims of ‘massive successes with renegotiations of EU membership’ are empty words can now be prepared to consider taking his advice on…

11:24am Wednesday 25 May 2016
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