In this week’s Express

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We reveal how the owners of the former Hickson chemical site have come forward with a third plan to build a supermarket in Castleford.

Also in news:

Featherstone fundraiser and TV star Jono Lancaster has been picked to carry the Olympic torch when it visits the district in June.

Another row has broken out over A&E services as the new hospital trust chief executive admits it is struggling to cope with too many emergency admissions.

Streethouse parents fear a child could be killed thanks to motorists using a ginnel near a school as a rat run.

In sport:

All the latest Castleford Tigers news, including a full preview of Sunday’s Super League home game against Hull.

Featherstone Rovers will field several of the club’s highy-rated young players in a strong line up against amateurs Hunslet Old Boys in Sunday’s Challenge Cup tie at Bigfellas Stadium.

In promotions:

Win Featherstone Rovers’ tickets.

Meal deal at the Fox and Hounds, Thorpe Audlin.

Great 2 for 1 admission to adventure park Camelot this Easter.

Get 10 per cent off Jet2 flights.