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Drax announces bid to stop using coal by March 2021
A NORTH Yorkshire power station has announced plans to end almost 50 years of coal-fired electricity generation in 2021– years ahead of the UK’s 2025 deadline.
Plans lodged for major rail scheme which could create 33,000 jobs
FORMAL proposals for a major rail scheme in Yorkshire have been lodged with the Department of Transport.
Tomahawk Steakhouse to open in old Jamie Oliver's in York
FANS of a former Italian restaurant in York will soon be invited back to feast on steaks as new owners prepare to launch a fresh dining experience.
5 funding sources to help grow your business
Nadia Jefferson-Brown checks out the wealth of financial support available to help boost businesses in the region.
York Caravan Park owner acquires Naburn Lock holiday park
A CARAVAN park owner whose York site has welcomed more than 50,000 visitors has acquired a second plot just outside the city.
Institute of Directors welcomes Delroy Beverley as new regional chairman
A NEW figure has been appointed as regional chairman of the business leaders’ organisation, the Institute of Directors.
Detailed plans submitted for Siemens' rail manufacturing site in Goole
DETAILED plans for a world-class trains factory in East Yorkshire have been submitted.
Tower Vets' Fulford practice expands after £130,000 investment
A VET practice in York is undergoing a £130,000 expansion to meet demand for its services.
Family-run Furnish & Fettle expands in North and East Yorkshire
AN INTERIOR design business is opening two new showrooms with the creation of jobs.
York TK Maxx and Homesense shops to shut and relocate
A CLOTHING and homeware brand is closing two of its shops in York and moving to one new store on the outskirts of the city.
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Coronavirus: Dettol demand spikes as markets fall again
The owner of the disinfectant brand says sales have risen, but supplies are facing disruption.
Climate campaigners win Heathrow expansion case
Campaigners say plans for a third runway should be cancelled, but the airport says it will appeal.
William Hill gambling site Mr Green to pay £3m penalty
Mr Green failed to freeze the account of a customer who won £50,000 and gambled it away.
China turns to online car sales as coronavirus spreads
As consumers stay at home over coronavirus fears, carmakers are making it easier to buy online.
Coronavirus: Microsoft warns of hit to computer sales
Microsoft is the latest tech firm to warn of disruption as suppliers are hit by coronavirus shutdown.
Tim Cook says Apple's first Indian store to open 2021
The iPhone maker lags behind competitors in the world's second largest mobile phone market.
Legal victories over 'No DSS' letting agents
Two single mothers win out-of-court settlements against letting agents refusing benefit claimants.
Coronavirus prompts buyers to look closer to home
Manufacturers have seen a spike in inquiries as the coronavirus disrupts supply lines from China.
Nando’s employees call for changes to cleaning pay policy
Staff claim they often miss out on overtime amid allegations of poor cleaning practices at some branches.
Buy now, pay later 'growing fast' amid debt fears
A report says services such as Klarna are booming among online shoppers despite concerns for young consumers.