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WE report on news that plans for a £4m improvement scheme at Castleford bus station have been approved by transport bosses.

Also in news:

Staff and residents have banded together to save Pomfret Nursery from closure.

Some doctors in the district are joining in strike action on Thursday June 21 as part a national row over pensions.

Castleford councillor Mark Burns-Williamson has been announced as the Labour candidate for West Yorkshire Police commissioner at elections in November.

Pupils from schools across Kippax and Allerton Bywater have smashed the zumba world record.

In sport:

Castleford Tigers are in confident mood as they prepare for their derby against Leeds Rhinos on Sunday.

Featherstone Rovers face a ‘key’ match against Leigh Centurions on Friday.

In promotions:

Get a free two for one dining card.

Don’t miss our great Olympic torch souvenir supplement.

It’s the third week of voting in our Pub of the Year competition.

Our Business Awards shortlist is revealed before next week’s ceremony.