This week we lead on a crooked detective who has been jailed for 23 years after stealing massive amounts of seized drugs and conspiring to put them back on the streets.
Also in news:
- Bosses at Castleford Tigers have announced the permanent appointment of Steve Gill as the club’s chief executive.
- Campaigners have vowed to keep on fighting after plans to build a 1,500-animal pig farm within metres of their homes were given the go ahead by a planning inspector.
- Anti-Thatcherites will gather at Allerton Bywater’s mining memorial next week for an alternative event to mark Margaret Thatcher’s funeral.
- A treasure trove unearthed in an Ackworth garden is to remain in Yorkshire thanks to £49,000 worth of grants and donations.
Plus, we focus on Three Lane Ends Community Primary School in our Schools Focus.
- All change at Castleford Tigers as head coach Ian Millward leaves
- All the latest from Featherstone Rovers, including a preview of this
week’s game against Doncaster and head coach Daryl Powell’s view on
the Tetley’s Challenge Cup draw
- In football Glasshoughton Welfare secure their status in the Premier
Division of the Baris NCE League and Pontefract Collieries have not
given up on their promotion bid to join them
- Pontefract set to be base for top squash players
- Plus extensive coverage of the local Amateur Rugby League scene, including National Cup ties
- Free starter at Abdul’s with every main meal
- Get a cuddly Andrex Puppy for just £2.99