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The fairly humble beginnings of Tockwith Beer Festival date back to 2009, when it opened as a small charity beer…
The #Povertyforum hosted on Twitter sparks a big debate amongst experts, media, charities and other organisations over how the issue of poverty can be tackled.
City of York Council is hosting a flood insurance conference on 10 May at West Offices to discuss how residents and businesses can secure appropriate and affordable insurance and to lobby for national action.
Department of Transport Statistics emerged this week, offering hard proof of York’s love affair with the common pushbike and ranking the city the third best cycling city in the UK
York is to cement its place as one of the cities at the very heart of the UK’s burgeoning bicycle culture this summer, when it plays host to the prestigious 2013 Men’s and Women’s British Cycling National Circuit Race Championships.
York’s Park & Pedal initiative is set to make the city a greener and more glamorous place…
The Carnegie Trust has launched a new competition for bright young minds to develop an idea that could revolutionise our high streets…
Alice Thomson considers the debate surrounding the appearance of ‘Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead’ on BBC 1′s Chart Show following the death of Margaret Thatcher earlier this week.
Ross Kennedy reports from Wednesday’s ‘Switched On’ event at York Designer Outlet.
McDonald’s eatery on Blake Street looks set to lose its 24-hour opening license. It’s good news for a number of sleepless Guildhall residents, but will this really make York safer?
Here are a few of our best loved day trip destinations around the county to keep you busy this fine weekend!
A major new housing project on Huntington Road is set to help York support its ever-growing population.
Sport correspondent Aaron Smith reflects on a successful Easter Weekend for York City F.C. and York Knights.
York is set to become the first city in the UK to lay claim to a network of electric vehicle charge points.
Aaron Smith reflects on the situations of York’s two most widely followed sports teams as we reach the Easter weekend – a critical period in both sides’ seasons.
Here’s our handy guide to what to do in York and the surrounding area this Easter.