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Food businesses invited to tuck in to workshops

Stimulating Innovation in the Agri-Food Sector

BUSINESSES in the food sector are being invited to a series of workshops and masterclasses alongside an opportunity to access to £5,000 for research and development.

9:00am Thursday 20 April 2017

York could get 160 new science jobs

Jerry Boxall, managing director for ACM Global's European operation in Hospital Fields Road, York.

MORE than 160 new jobs could be created in York following the £1million expansion of a major US company's European HQ in the city.

3:31pm Friday 31 March 2017

York's tourism Oscar finalists named

FLASHBACK: Award winners at the 2016 Visit York Tourism Awards

FINALISTS for York’s tourism Oscars - aimed at shining a spotlight on excellence in the city’s vital industry - have been revealed by Visit York. The annual Visit York Tourism Awards will be presented on June 22 in the grand Station Hall of the…

4:00am Friday 7 April 2017

REACTION: Your thoughts on 'unpredictable policing' in York

REACTION: Your thoughts on 'unpredictable policing' in York

THE roll out of North Yorkshire Police’s new ‘unpredictable policing’ project in York has drawn a mixed response from readers of The Press.

4:45pm Wednesday 12 April 2017

Five Things We Learned from York City's 2-0 triumph at Chester

POSITION OF STRENGTH: Skipper Simon Heslop bolstered the York City midfield at Chester. Pictures: Gordon Clayton

1 Gary Mills is prioritising power over finesse in this relegation dogfight

2:57pm Monday 10 April 2017

Sir Ron handed new heritage lottery role

Sir Ron Cooke Picture: David Harrison

FORMER University of York vice chancellor Sir Ron Cooke has been handed a key role in deciding where heritage lottery funding should go in Yorkshire.

4:00am Friday 31 March 2017

In Bath with the Romans

In Bath with the Romans

Mike Laycock follows in the footsteps of Jane Austen – and enjoys the spa waters like any good Roman – during a weekend break in Bath

12:04pm Sunday 9 April 2017

Major new arts festival for York

Steve Brown, managing director of Make It York

A NEW international media arts festival will focus worldwide attention on York.

1:00pm Thursday 2 March 2017

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

York's memorial to 'the greatest doctor of all time'

Stephanie Snow (left) and Geoff Snow at the unveiling of the new memorial to John Snow

IF you've walked through North Street Gardens in the last few days, you may have noticed an unusual memorial that has suddenly appeared there.

3:37pm Friday 24 March 2017
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