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Needed: Your views on a new Clean Air Zone for York City Centre

City of York Council is looking for residents’ views on the possible introduction of a new Clean Air Zone in York’s city centre.  The council is reviewing a number of ways to improve air quality in the city centre, and one of the options is to work with bus operators to apply a proposed Clean Air

York Remembers: Commemorating the end of World War 1

City of York Council is launching its commemorative project York Remembers: Lifting the shadow of the First World War to mark the hundredth anniversary of the signing of the armistice in 1918.

York's campaign agaisnt fly-tippers claims another waste carrier

Following on from the Conservative-led council’s “crime not to care” campaign and the Conservative group’s successful council motion pledging to take fly tipping seriously,  a waste carrier has been found guilty by York Magistrates of illegally dumping materials and ordered to pay £4,670.

Lights out in York for Earth hour

This Saturday evening, landmarks across York and worldwide will take part in the annual Earth Hour initiative to raise awareness of climate change.

Next weeks job fair expects 70 employers

Funded and organised by the city of York Council in partnership with Job Centre Plus, York’s latest jobs fair will bring together employers, employment support agencies and education and training providers to offer local people job opportunities, information and advice.