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IN this week’s Express we report how under-fire health chiefs will today discuss a proposal which could see Pontefract Hospital’s A&E department reopen at night – after mounting pressure from the Express and outraged community leaders.

Also in news:

- Campaigners have revealed that Wakefield Council has run up a £4m CCTV bill in the last four years.

- Castleford Tigers’ coach Ian Millward spoke of his devastation after the sudden death of his “healthy” teenage son.

- The Express can exclusively reveal that police officers in Pontefract and Knottingley are moving to the towns’ new £2m fire station.

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Sport:

- The latest news from Featherstone Rovers, including match reports and pictures from their first two games of the new season.

- Pontefract Collieries and Glasshoughton Welfare both win to maintain their promotion aim in NCE Division One.

- Switching sides: Craig Poskitt joins Featherstone Rovers as new chief executive after five years with Cas Tigers.