Court of Appeal judge, Lady Justice Arden, will give a public lecture at the York Law School at the University of York this week.

The event, “Can Companies have a Home?” on Friday 2 May at the Ron Cooke Hub on Heslington East is the first time a Court of Appeal judge has visited the York Law School since its founding in 2007.

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Free WiFi which you can sign in to with your Facebook profile is coming to the streets of York.

Full details published at: http://recombu.com

Source: Recombu


Next month, to celebrate International Coaching Week, Coaching Yorkan association of professionally trained, qualified and experienced coaches, is offering free taster sessions of business coaching to the city’s businesses.


York is one of 21 European cities that emerged as a final contender in its 2013-2014 Mayors Challenge, Bloomberg Philanthropies revealed today. The Mayors Challenge is a competition to inspire cities to generate innovative ideas that solve major challenges and improve city life, and that ultimately can spread to other cities.


The Launch date for York’s very own TV channel will be 1 April 2015.

Full details published at: http://www.oneandother.com


A group of talented student filmmakers from the University of York’s Department of Film, Theatre and Television have been nominated for a national award from the Royal Television Society (RTS).


Almost 3,000 jobs have been created across the Yorkshire region thanks to investments totalling £68 million from Finance Yorkshire.

Full details published at: http://www.yorkpress.co.uk


City of York Council has welcomed news that Sky and TalkTalk have today announced that they have joined forces with CityFibre to create a new company that will deliver ultra-fast broadband services in York.

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