In this week’s Express

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In this week’s Express we report how police have launched a hunt for a crazed driver who allegedly drove his car at terrified staff at Morrison’s in Knottingley after a “row” sparked by Facebook.

Also in this week’s Express:

- We speak to survivors of the the Great Heck railway disaster on the 10th anniversary of the tragedy.

- The brave parents of little Laila Milly have vowed to continue a fundraising campaign in their daughter’s memory after she lost her battle against illness - days before her 1st birthday.

- A new A&E department opens the £60m Pontefract Hospital.

In competitions and promotions:

- Design a card for Prince William and Kate Middleton’s big day!

- Save £5 when you spend £25 in Internacionale.

- £5 reader holiday offers.

- Buy one main course and get another free at La Donna Plaza.

- Pick up a free ticket to the Time Of Your Life show - worth £5.

In sport:

- Castleford coach Terry Matterson is wary of a backlash from wounded Hull Kingston Rovers on Sunday as the Tigers chase a third successive Super League victory.

- Featherstone Rovers will field a strong line up in Sunday’s Challenge Cup tie against the Army, but coach Daryl Powell will rest several players.

Remember to check the Express website at www.pontefractandcastlefordexpress.co.uk for all the latest breaking news.