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Blacon · Blacon
'Utterly demoralising' - doctors strike over pay and conditions
Hospital chiefs on Wednesday warned of danger to patient safety from the latest doctors strike. It is the first time consultants and junior doctors in England have walked out at the same time. The doctors and government are deadlocked over the medics' pay demands. The strikes over heavy workloads and below-inflation pay rises have seen many thousands of appointments and operations postponed.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 8 sources
Nottingham, England · Nottingham
Motorcyclist seriously injured following hit-and-run on Nevada Ave.
The Brighton Police Department is asking for the public's help finding the driver in a hit-and-run crash that seriously injured a woman on a bicycle. The woman was taken to the hospital, then flown to a different hospital to be treated for her injuries. Police said their investigation revealed that a silver Dodge Ram pickup truck was likely involved.See the Story
71% Center coverage: 7 sources
Climate Activists · Berlin
German climate activists stage ‘slow walk’ protest in Berlin
Plant-Based Universities is a student-led campaign calling for all university catering facilities to transition their menus to plant-based. Seven universities in the UK, including Cambridge and Stirling, have already achieved votes in favour of moving towards fully plant- based catering on campus. The campaign is active at over 70 institutions.See the Story
50% Right coverage: 4 sources
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York, United Kingdom · York
'It's an event like no other' - popular festival to return to York in 2024
Vanlove Fest 2024 will be held at Elvington Airfield in York. Over 500 vehicles are expected for an 'unforgettable' weekend. The festival will introduce new features, including adventure van camping and family-friendly zones. Early bird tickets for the festival are on sale September 29.See the Story
County Durham · County Durham
Student says he will ‘go big or go home’ on Great British Bake Off
Rowan Claughton, 21, is to compete in the Great British Bake Off. He is an English literature student at the University of York. Rowan says his motto is 'go big or go home' in order to impress the judges. The show returns on Channel 4 on Tuesday, September 26, at 8pm.See the Story
Charities · York
York pub set to host 'super raffle' for two charities
The Flying Legends Pub at Clifton Moor is organising the event to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support and The Snappy Trust. Team member Faye Spear and general manager Max Noad have taken it upon themselves to put the event together. A spokesperson for the pub said: "Faye has spent weeks ringing around hundreds of business"See the Story
York, United Kingdom · York
'How the Blue Moon taught us to use ALL our senses'
Rita Leaman is a writer and speaker on emotional health. As Alison R Russell, she published Are you Chasing Rainbows? As Rita Leaman she published a compilation of The Press York columns 2014 -19 in ‘Wise Words’ We learn about five senses, but there are seven senses that will help us through life. Let’s add common sense and a sense of humour to that list.See the Story
Celebrity · York
Meet the celebrity chefs at York's Food Festival - a look back over the years
This year's York Food Festival is running until Sunday, October 1. It first began in 1997 and was run by the local tourism partnership, First Stop York. In 2007, the festival changed hands to be run by a not-for-profit organisation in partnership with City of York Council. Today, the focus is more on local and independent producers and businesses.See the Story
New York City · New York
Winter ball in memory of York teenagers returns for 2023
The Millie Wright Children’s Charity will host its second annual Winter Ball on Saturday November 25 at York Racecourse. Launched in May 2022 by Ceri and Nigel Wright, in memory of their daughter Millie, who sadly died in 2021 due to an underlying auto-immune health condition. The charity provides practical, emotional and mental health and wellbeing support for children and their families throughout their stay in hospital.See the Story