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A study by PwC and the Local Data Company shows a dramatic drop in the net reduction of stores, with York’s unit vacancy rate the second lowest in the country.
University of York and York St. John University have made it into the top 5 universities in the North of…
City of York Council’s planning committee have unanimously given the green light for The Banana Warehouse and its neighbouring computer and furniture shops to be turned into 2 new stores and 37 new apartments.
Visit York’s website (here) has scooped the title of ‘Best Travel Website’ at the Group Leisure Awards, a prestigious tourism industry…
FIRST bus fares are set to be significantly reduced as York’s principal bus operator looks to encourage more people to…
Staff of York restaurants, bars and cafes are gearing up to take part in a weekend of fundraising for local mental health charity York Mind.
It would seem that the world has gone Doctor Who crazy, what with window displays, York Maze’s Whovian theme, Peter…
Good news for York’s history-lovers: The head of the Roman emperor Constantine I heads home to York, to where it was originally found.
The second phase of the £150 million Hungate Development has now delivered a detailed planning application, citing plans for 195 new homes.
The Hull York Medical School (HYMS) has won a major international award recognising its excellence in medical education in its 10th anniversary year.
York’s first Sky Ride was a roaring success this Saturday after 5,500 cyclists rode around the traffic-free streets of York and our photographer was their to capture the action.
We get behind the scenes at the fascinating archaeological dig at King’s Square, which has already discovered Medieval and Victorian church remains.
A new county standard athletics track at Heslington West Sports Centre has today been announced, providing a boost to athletics in the city and a new home for the City of York Athletics Club.
A York ice cream manufacturer is celebrating after winning a specialist national award. Acaster Malbis based Yorvale was delighted that…
Selby’s Christina Gabbitas is one of the three authors chosen for the Children’s division of the The People’s Book Prize’s Summer collection.
Askham Bryan College, one of Britain’s foremost land-based colleges with its main residential campus in York, has announced plans for a multi million pound expansion.