In this week’s Express we report how bosses at the new £60m Pontefract Hospital – which shut its accident and emergency department at night three months ago – are under increased fire over controversial plans to draft in army medics and a £20m funding black hole.
Also in the news:
- Outraged residents and community leaders have vowed to fight proposals for 250 new houses in Pontefract.
- Town councillors take the reins of Featherstone’s market to secure its future.
- Inspirational youngster Zara McGuinness – who fought back after being mauled by a dog – has launched a charity to help underprivileged families across the Five Towns.
- All the latest news from Castleford Tigers including coach Ian Millward’s reaction to Sunday’s pre-season defeat at Wakefield.
- First-team places will be up for grabs when Featherstone Rovers take on Hull in Thursday night’s pre-season game at Bigfellas Stadium.
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