In this week’s Express

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This week we lead on a man who has been charged with killing a Burberry machinist after ‘attacking’ him outside a club.

Also in news:

- A trio of tots are selling their own toys to help raise cash for Leeds General Infirmary’s Children’s Heart Surgery Fund.

- Plans to recruit strike-breaking casual firefighters to cover for crews taking industrial action could put lives at risk, a union has claimed.

- An elderly man was evicted from his home after his callous daughter stole his rent money and thousands of pounds from his savings.

- A drama group have been left pondering whodunnit after thieves broke into a storage garage and stole valuable stage equipment.

In sport:

- Castleford Tigers are looking for a big finish to the season in their four remaining games which are all against teams in the bottom half of Super League.

- Featherstone’s interim coach Danny Evans believes the appointment of ex-Great Britain star Sean Long as the club’s new football manager has given the team a big lift

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

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