IN this week’s Express we report how furious bosses at a Castleford company have slammed police for letting two employees “get away” with stealing thousands of pounds worth of equipment by slapping them with a caution.
Also in news:
- Read MPs’ reactions to the proposed constituency boundary changes which they say would “carve up” the Five Towns.
- A crackdown on copper cable theft will target Knottingley’s hotspots as part of a police operation.
- Untapped sources of historical interest could give Pontefract’s tourism a boost, according to one of the town’s councillors.
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- Star player Rangi Chase looks likely to still be at Castleford Tigers next year, despite continuing speculation linking him with moves to Wigan and Leeds.
- Featherstone coach Daryl Powell says his side will need to be at their best in every department to win Thursday night’s play-off qualifying semi-final against Leigh Centurions at Bigfellas Stadium.
- All the latest news from the local cricket scene including scorecards and round ups of last weekend’s action.