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Academic takes on Trust top job

(l-r) Current York Archaeological Trust  Chair, Terrence Suthers, with new Chair, Professor Anthony Robards OBE, together at one ofYork Archaeological Trust visitor attractions, DIG. Picture Frank Dwyer.

THE former head of a cancer charity has been named as the new chairman of the York Archaeological Trust.

6:00am Thursday 23 February 2017

Selby athlete stunned by podium place in BUCS Nationals

Rob Shipley

SELBY athletics starlet Robert Shipley was left "ecstatic" after sealing a shock bronze medal at the BUCS Nationals.

7:04am Friday 24 February 2017

Goodbye to head teacher and historic city school: UPDATED, with old school photos

Lord Deramore’s School, School Lane, Heslington which will move to a new site on Friday 17 th February

A CHAPTER closes in the history of a popular York primary school today.

6:00am Friday 17 February 2017

Planning fun for your family this half term

The finale display, held on the Eye of York, of the 30th York Viking Festival. Featured in the event were gods and demons and a battle between the armies of two gods in the story of Ragnarok the Norse legend of the end of the world. Picture David Harrison

VIKINGS, raccoons and miniature trains join the line-up of fun for the February half-term holiday.

6:00am Tuesday 14 February 2017

Frankenstein and Frankenstein Revelations go head to head

The Monster in Theatre Mill's Frankenstein Revelations. Picture: Tom Jackson

THEATRE Mill's Frankenstein Revelations at the York Medical Society will not be the only Frankenstein production opening in North Yorkshire tonight.

7:09pm Thursday 2 February 2017

We must learn the long-term lessons of the floods

Tim Murgatroyd: We must face up to our shared responsibilities for climate change

By Tim Murgatroyd

11:00am Wednesday 8 February 2017

COMMENT: Providing enough affordable homes is one of the biggest challenges facing York

COMMENT: Providing enough affordable homes is one of the biggest challenges facing York

YORK’S great Quaker philanthropist Joseph Rowntree believed passionately in the importance of decent quality housing for rich and poor alike.

3:41pm Tuesday 20 December 2016

Welcome, BrewDog - but there's an even better York pub story this week...

BrewDog York and, inset, Sharon and Chris Sherratt at The Woolpack

It's been an exciting week in York's beer scene - and not just on Micklegate...

4:30pm Friday 9 December 2016

£23.7 million government boost will help support York Central plans

Part of the York Central site

A GOVERNMENT cash boost of £23.7 million for York, North Yorkshire and East Riding will "create jobs, support businesses and encourage growth".

5:35pm Monday 23 January 2017

Theatre Mill to stage Frankenstein Revelations at York Medical Society

The Monster and Richard Keightley, as Victor Frankenstein, in Theatre Mill's Frankenstein Revelations. Picture: Tom Jacksoni

YORK Medical Society is approached via an alleyway off Stonegate. A Victorian lamp looms over the front door, on which the door knocker is heavily imposing and a gold-plated sign denotes what lies inside.

11:07am Thursday 19 January 2017
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