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City of York Council has commissioned Bauman Lyons Architects for the upcoming £1.5m transformation of York’s iconic Newgate Market.
University of York have announced new plans for an outdoor velodrome facility which could cement York’s place on the map as one of the nation’s most consummate cities of cycling.
The HEAL (Health, Activity, Exercise and Lifestyle) Programme that already exists across the city has recently been expanded to enable…
City of York Council Cabinet last night approved the investment £873,000 towards the delivery of the Tour de France Grand Depart Stage 2 in York.
Today saw the very last turn of York’s big wheel, which has graced our city since December 2011. The City…
Effective from today (Tuesday 1st October) onwards, the National Minimum Wage has been increased from £6.19 to £6.31 per hour for UK workers over 21.
Teachers in schools across York are today striking in an ongoing row against pay, pensions and working conditions. Find out why and view the full list of school closures and partial closures in the area.
Today is the day that smokers (who want to) are being urged to stub out their cigarettes and quit while…
York-based eCommerce specialist PureNet has been nominated for the Best Business Serving Football Award at the prestigious Football Business Awards.
A new car-boot experience for York’s passionate shoppers is just around the corner…
The City of York Council’s West Offices development has continued with its stream of awards.
Fast growing technology company Bytemark Hosting, based in York, invests in new staff and facilities to support its growth
The sixth annual ‘No Wrong Door’ conference is set to take place at York Racecourse next week (Friday 4th October)….
York’s local community have proposed the idea to turn the Fox Pub in Holgate, currently owned by Punch Taverns, into a community pub.
As we reported earlier in the year the Yorkshire Museum fears losing two historical items of significance if they cannot…
Refocusing council services to prioritise Health and Adult Social Care, the neighbourhood services delivered out of Hazel Court and overall business efficiency are the key recommendations to come out of the second Big Local Survey.