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CCTV appeal after fighting at York pub

POLICE investigating reports of fighting in a York city pub have released CCTV images of a man they want to trace.

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Flasher exposed himself on busy York city centre street

A FLASHER who exposed himself on a busy York City centre street is being hunted by police.

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Tornado, the newest steam locomotive in Britain, pulls the first timetabled main line steam-hauled service for half a century across the Ribblehead viaduct in North Yorkshire.

YP Letters: Fear not, main line steam is still in good heart

From: James Shuttleworth, West Coast Railway Company Ltd, Carnforth.

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The Commitments

REVIEW: The Commitments at Grand Opera House, York

It is still hard to comprehend how the film of Roddy Doyle’s novel The Commitments is more than 25 years old.

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Man found with serious injuries on York bridge

Man found with serious injuries on York bridge

A young man is in a critical condition after being found injured on a bridge in York.

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SCI-FI STORY: The Machine Stops at York Theatre Royal. PICTURE: BEN BENTLEY

Review: The Machine Stops

York Theatre Royal

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Katie Rough

Teenage girl denies murdering seven year-old Katie Rough in York

A TEENAGER has denied murdering seven year-old Katie Rough in York.

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Bartholomeo Joly de Lotbiniere leaves York Crown Court

Jury unable to reach rape trial verdict

A JURY has been unable to reach verdicts in the trial of a University Challenge contestant accused of raping a fellow student.

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The outgoing Deputy Chief Constable for North Yorkshire Police, Tim Madgwick.   Picture by Gerard Binks.

Retiring police chief admits unsolved Claudia case is his ‘stand out regret’

A retiring North Yorkshire police chief has said the biggest regret of his career is failing to solve the disappearance of Claudia Lawrence.

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The Chocolate Story in York

Win a year's supply of chocolate from Yorkshire attraction

A leading Yorkshire attraction is offering a year's supply of sweet treats to a proven chocolate enthusiast.

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Picture: David Cheskin/PA Wire

Police hunt man who performed lewd act in York

Police are appealing to the public in their attempts to track down a man who exposed his genitals to two 15-year-old girls and then carried out a lewd act in front of them in York.

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Video: Hundreds gather at York Minster to celebrate life of tragic Katie Rough

Hundreds of mourners have gathered in York Minster to celebrate the life of seven-year-old Katie Rough, who was killed in the city.

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Katie Rough, whose funeral will be held tomorrow at York Minster.

Details released of tragic Katie Rough’s funeral

The funeral of seven-year-old Katie Rough will be held in public at York Minster tomorrow.

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Do you recognise this woman?

CCTV appeal: Shoplifter loaded trolley with TV, mirror and other household items

Police investigating a theft from a shop in York have released a CCTV image of a woman they want to trace.

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Rachael Maskell resigned as Shadow Environment Secretary over Brexit. Was she right to do so?

YP Letters: York MP behaved with honour in a no-win situation over Brexit vote

From: Brian Sheridan, Redmires Road, Sheffield.

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Picture by Gerard Binks.

YP Comment: The Battle of Clifford’s Tower

HISTORIC battles at Clifford’s Tower, the largest remaining part of York Castle, are nothing compared to the current conflict about English Heritage’s plan – endorsed by local councillors – to build a controversial concrete and glass visitor centre and souvenir shop 
at its foot.

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Clifford's Tower at York.

York goes to battle again over Clifford’s Tower

Campaigners opposed to controversial plans for a visitor centre at one of Yorkshire’s most famous landmarks have warned planning chiefs that they have ignored a wave of public opposition as they prepare for a High Court battle to block the proposals.

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The Archbishop of York at Tickton Primary School during his prayer pilgrimmage.

Tom Richmond: Unlikely alliance fighting North’s corner on schools

THOUGH their outlooks on life, and backgrounds, are very different, John Sentamu, George Osborne and John McDonnell have more in common than their public personas suggest.

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Pedestrians and children dodge dangerous driving terror

Pedestrians and children dodge dangerous driving terror

Pedestrians and parents taking children to school had to take evasive action to avoid two cars being driven dangerously through York.

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The bell towers at York Minster.

Police at York Minster get power of arrest after an 80-year break

THEY are thought to be the longest-running police service in the country – but its officers don’t have the powers of arrest.

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