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Rainbow day in memory of Katie Rough

Pupils from Westfield Primary Schoolwho  are wearing colourful clothes to raise money for Katie Roughâs reading corner.Picture FrankDwyer.

COLOURFUL children have raised money for a quiet reading area in memory of their friend and classmate.

4:26am Friday 26 May 2017

LETTER: Lessons of the NHS cyber attack

York Hospital, victim of a cyber attack

How alarming for a major hospital the size of York to be brought to a standstill by an online cyber attack? And this is but a dot on the global scale of this blackmailing criminality of asking a 300 dollar fee to un-encrypt each computer.

4:43pm Tuesday 16 May 2017

LETTER: Corbyn's truth out in the open

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in St Helen's Square, York on Wednesday

It speaks volumes doesn’t it, that one day Theresa May comes to York and speaks to the faithful few behind closed doors and the next day Jeremy Corbyn visits and stands out in the open talking to hundreds.

12:50pm Friday 12 May 2017

Daphne Ethel Hambrook

HAMBROOK Daphne Ethel Late of Woodthorpe, died peacefully in her sleep on Sunday, April 30th at the Minster Grange Care Home, York aged 84 years. Beloved daughter of the late George and Betty Hambrook (Enfield), dear cousin of Libby and family, she will…

1:52am Friday 12 May 2017

Parents of Katie Rough give first television interview

Parents of Katie Rough give first television interview

MEMBERS of Katie Rough’s family have given their first interview since the seven-year-old was killed in York.

7:31pm Monday 8 May 2017

Fundraiser to be held in memory of Katie Rough

Katie Rough.

FAMILY and friends of Katie Rough will come together at a fundraiser next month to remember the youngster.

4:00am Friday 5 May 2017

Hagrid the 13-stone dog will attempt to break a world record on BGMT

Hagrid the 13-stone dog will attempt to break a world record on BGMT

The gentle giant plans to add another world record to his trophy cabinet.

7:05am Saturday 29 April 2017

EU eager to leave Britain worse off (letter)

Your letters

IN response to Maurice Vassie (Letters, April 27), I would like to clarify I’ve never been on a football terrace in my life.

7:30am Saturday 29 April 2017

Community group is up for award

Members of the community group who helped to organise last year's family fun day on Woodthorpe Green.From left, at the back: Gemma Cuthbert, Andy Cuthbert, Sarah Brown, Daniel Furby, Sarah KingFront: Kevin Baker, Liza Shaw, Joanne Preece, Sarah Thomps

A COMMUNITY group which aims to bring the residents of Woodthorpe in York closer together is in the running to win a prestigious award.

7:00am Monday 1 May 2017

You can’t blame York job losses at Nestle on Brexit (letter)

Nestle in York

WHILE any job losses are tragic and all efforts should be made to save them, I think it is a lack of understanding to blame Brexit for job losses at Nestle (The Press, April 26).

7:20am Friday 28 April 2017
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