IN this week’s Express the family of Chelsea Hyndman speak of their desperate fight for justice on the first anniversary of her death.
Also in news:
- Outraged residents in Glass Houghton have lashed out after road resurfacing work which caused traffic chaos less than a year ago had to be repaired this week.
- MP Yvette Cooper has slammed government plans to axe 90 jobs in Castleford with the proposed closure of a Jobcentre site.
- A Pontefract school decimated in a raging inferno more than two years ago will be rebuilt in a £10.7m project.
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- Castleford Tigers and Featherstone Rovers are both gearing up for this weekend’s Carnegie Challenge Cup fifth round ties.
- Tigers’ coach Terry Matterson describes Saturday’s clash at Wakefield as a ‘must-win’ match while Rovers’ boss Daryl Powell says his side have ‘nothing to lose’ in their game at St Helens on Sunday.