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20/07/2018 06:59 PM
Urgent appeal to find missing York man
POLICE have issued an urgent appeal to help find a man missing from York.

20/07/2018 05:50 PM
Work starts on luxury houses
WORK has started on a new 14-home luxury residential development in Fulford, York.

20/07/2018 05:31 PM
Vet tells how bull left him paralysed
A VET has told how he was left partially paralysed after being attacked by a bull he was treating.

20/07/2018 04:59 PM
Iron Age artefacts discovered at Wetherby Road roundabout
ARCHAEOLOGISTS believe they have found evidence of a prehistoric settlement at Wetherby Road roundabout on the A1237.

20/07/2018 04:57 PM
Dunnington village show call for entries
DUNNINGTON village show is set to return in August and promises to be bigger and better than ever.

20/07/2018 03:57 PM
Rufforth's inaugural community festival is a success
RUFFORTH’S first-ever community festival has raised £6,000 for local organisations.

20/07/2018 03:32 PM
'Silence of the lambs for the internet age' wins Harrogate crime-writing prize
STAV Sherez admits that modern-day crime writers like him are lucky. The internet and its almost infinite possibilities have given them a wholly new type of crime to write about. “So many great crime writers have come before us that have used all the great plots – Christie, James Ellroy – that it’s good to have new criminality to deal with,” he told an audience at Harrogate's Old Swan Hotel. “But it’s not only criminality. The internet is affecting politics, it’s affecting elections, it affects us and our kids.”

20/07/2018 03:14 PM
Selby youngsters launch project to help pupils in Malawi
PUPILS from two schools in Selby helped launch a new project to support children in Malawi this week.

20/07/2018 02:55 PM
Tributes paid to 'inspirational' Lord Lieutenant at packed York Minster
A PACKED York Minster has heard tributes paid to an 'inspirational' Lord Lieutenant of North Yorkshire by business leaders, senior church figures and the Imam of York Mosque.

20/07/2018 02:30 PM
York school to head up new regional careers hub
A YORK school has been named as the lead for a new careers hub, which will help the region's youngsters prepare for the world of work.

20/07/2018 02:15 PM
Man slapped with £507 bill for abuse of blue badge in York
AN ABLE-BODIED motorist who illegally used a disabled person's parking space to save himself time faces a £507 court bill.

20/07/2018 02:14 PM
Harrogate relief road plan to give way
PLANS for a local relief road, first approved in the 1990s, may be rescinded to clear the way for a new housing development.

20/07/2018 02:05 PM
New head boy and girl telected at Malton
WITH Year 11 exams over and their official departure from the school, a new head boy and girl team have been elected from our Year 10 pupils.

20/07/2018 01:33 PM
FOUND: Woman who went missing from Railway Museum found 'safe and well'
A WOMAN who went missing from the Railway Museum this afternoon has been found safe and well.

20/07/2018 01:00 PM
100th birthday celebration for popular great-grandmother who made hundreds of cakes
A POPULAR great-grandmother of four and talented cake-maker has celebrated her 100th birthday surrounded by family and friends.

20/07/2018 12:45 PM
Could this be the location of Michelin star chef Tommy Banks' restaurant in York?
COULD this be the location of a Michelin-starred chef’s new restaurant in York?

20/07/2018 12:41 PM
York bands Serotones, Part Time Miserables and The Receivers aim for slot at Leeds and Reading Festival this summer
THREE local bands are in the running to take centre stage at the Leeds and Reading Festival this summer.

20/07/2018 12:15 PM
PROM PICTURES: Ryedale School, Year 11
STUDENTS in Ryedale have been celebrating their end-of-year-proms.

20/07/2018 11:33 AM
New Selby Lions president members calls
THE latest president of the Selby Lions has been announced.

20/07/2018 11:26 AM
7 face big fines for urinating in the street in York
SEVEN people are facing bills of between £362 and £530 each for relieving themselves in public after police and council officers combined to put them before the courts.

20/07/2018 11:26 AM
Review: Great Yorkshire Fringe, Omid Djalili, Schmuck For A Night, White Rose Rotunda, Parliament Street, York, July 19
Review: Great Yorkshire Fringe, Omid Djalili, Schmuck For A Night, White Rose Rotunda, Parliament Street, York, July 19

20/07/2018 11:15 AM
Malton bid for top UK dog town
ANIMAL lovers are being urged to make Malton the UK’s most Dog Friendly Town.

20/07/2018 10:49 AM
Helmsley hotels nominated for award
TWO sister hotels in Helmsley have welcomed getting shortlisted in the finals of a major Yorkshire award.

20/07/2018 10:31 AM
Review: Ryedale Festival, Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, Ampleforth Abbey, July 18
ANYONE can sing loudly. Very few can sing really softly. The boys and men of the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge are a glorious exception. That was the lasting memory from their English programme in Ampleforth Abbey under their conductor Stephen Cleobury: exquisitely shaped cadences that were superlatively soft.

20/07/2018 09:30 AM
Castle Howard Triathlon returns for two-day festival
AN ESTIMATED 2,500 athletes are expected to take part in the Castle Howard Triathlon this weekend.

20/07/2018 09:25 AM
Moped rider, 16, arrested after allegedly failing to stop for police
A TEENAGER has been arrested after allegedly failing to stop for police while riding a moped in York.

20/07/2018 07:03 AM
Two small fires believed to have been started deliberately
FIREFIGHTERS dealt with two small fires in the same street in a village near Selby on Thursday evening.

20/07/2018 06:47 AM
Cigarette in planter believed to have caused fence fire in York
A CIGARETTE in a planter is believed to have caused a fire to a fence in York.

20/07/2018 04:00 AM
Fourth Great Yorkshire Fringe gets under way in York
THE Great Yorkshire Fringe has returned for its fourth year and organisers say it could be their most fun-filled festival to date.

20/07/2018 04:00 AM
'Inadequate' GP practice also left patients hanging on phone
THE Press revealed at the end of May how patients had been left hanging on the phone for hours while trying to make appointments at Unity Health’s £2.5 million new Kimberlow Hill medical centre in Heslington.

20/07/2018 04:00 AM
Vincent prepares to run York 10K in memory of love of his life
A GRIEVING husband will take part in the city's tenth annual 10k race in memory of the love of his life.

20/07/2018 03:00 AM
ON THIS DAY: July 20
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20/07/2018 03:00 AM
York GP practice rated 'inadequate' and put in special measures
A YORK GP practice has been put in special measures after a health watchdog concluded it was ‘inadequate'.

20/07/2018 03:00 AM
Mum hits out over disabled loo at York Explore library
THE MOTHER of a severely disabled York man is angry at the slow response to her complaints about accessible toilets.

20/07/2018 02:00 AM
The Press Camera Club: July 20
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19/07/2018 11:27 PM
Norse goddesses meet Monroe and Hayworth in Pam Glew's Art Of Protest show
YORK gallery The Art Of Protest is showing Pam Glew’s first solo exhibition north of Birmingham from today.

19/07/2018 05:29 PM
Police rescue dogs left inside vehicle in city centre car park
POLICE had to rescue two dogs left inside a hot car in a York city centre car park this afternoon.

19/07/2018 04:54 PM
Zombie alert issued in York neighbourhood
RESIDENTS in a York neighourhood have been placed on a zombie alert for this weekend.

19/07/2018 04:38 PM
At last - rain on the way (but not a lot) before heatwave resumes
PARCHED lawns in York look set to get a welcome sprinkling of rain tomorrow - before the heatwave returns for the weekend and next week.

19/07/2018 03:00 PM
Family pays tribute to car crash victim
TRIBUTES have been paid to a grandmother who was killed in a car crash.

19/07/2018 02:44 PM
Robber armed with suspected hand gun targets convenience store
A ROBBER armed with a suspected hand gun targeted a Costcutter store in York.

19/07/2018 02:14 PM
New police officers for North Yorkshire
DOZENS of new officers have joined North Yorkshire Police.

19/07/2018 12:30 PM
Police in North Yorkshire say cannabis laws have 'no impact'
POLICE officers in North Yorkshire believe cannabis laws have "little or no impact" on offenders' use of the drug.

19/07/2018 11:00 AM
PICTURES: 49 historic photos of Micklegate Bar - including visits by the Queen
MICKLEGATE Bar in York could be closed to traffic as part of a new plan to preserve the site - and it has a history worth preserving.

19/07/2018 10:11 AM
INTERACTIVE: Use this tool to see how crime figures have changed
USE the interactive graphs to see how crime rates have changed, according to the latest official figures.

19/07/2018 08:43 AM
York shop owner felt 'frightened' after witnessing burglary
THE owner of a York shop was left feeling "frightened" when she saw a burglar steal a till drawer and a donations box from the business after smashing a front window.

19/07/2018 06:37 AM
Man had arm trapped in machinery
A MAN was taken to hospital after his arm became trapped in machinery.

19/07/2018 04:39 AM
Cafe culture bid prompts moves to stop two-way traffic in Micklegate
PLANS to close part of York’s historic bar walls to traffic have been welcomed by local traders.

19/07/2018 04:00 AM
Owner of controversial shop gives reasons for closure
"I USED to send 100 rifles per week," says the owner of Blue Moon Trading, who partly blames falling trade on a Government ban on traders sending weaponry by mail order.

19/07/2018 03:00 AM
'Second to none' York head teacher retires after 18 years
A HEAD teacher whose contribution to education in York has been described as ‘second to none’ is retiring after 18 years at the helm.