In this week’s Express

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This week we lead on a ‘suicidal’ man seen walking on railway tracks at Featherstone who was saved by police during a late night rescue mission.

Also in news:

- An inspirational teenager has defied the odds by passing her GCSEs despite spending months in hospital during her final year at school.

- Council bosses have called the debt collectors more than 7,000 times in the last 12 months, according to charity chiefs.

- Thieves have swiped £5,000 worth of fishing equipment from an avid angler’s garage.

- Family members have paid tribute to an avid biker who died after ploughing into a metal railing.

- A full round-up of GCSE results from across the Five Towns.

- We also have a double page spread on plans to transform the former Queen’s Mill into a new community hub.

In sport:

- Castleford Tigers have received a double boost ahead of Sunday’s final home league match of the season against Salford City Reds.

- Featherstone Rovers have announced that skipper Liam Finn will stay at the club next year. It quashes rumours he was leaving to join Championship rivals Halifax.

- Glasshoughton Welfare and Pontefract Collieries both recorded their first victories of the new football season.

- All the news from the local cricket scenes, plus a full round up of local amateur rugby and junior sports news.

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