In this week’s Express

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This week we lead on devastated Linda Speight who says memories of her fiance have been snatched away by heartless thieves who swiped her mobile phone.

Also in news:

- Lives could be at risk across the Five Towns unless more people become community first responders (CFRs), it has been claimed.

- One of Castleford-born sculptor Henry Moore’s most valuable pieces of work is expected to fetch millions of pounds at an auction next month.

- Organisers of a new food bank being set up in Pontefract are appealing for donations and support in time for its planned launch in January.

- Plus, sweet giant Haribo has started work on a new multi-million pound factory in Castleford which will create almost 300 jobs and deliver a much-needed boost to the Five Towns’ economy.

In sport:

- International action comes to Featherstone - preview

- More Featherstone Rovers news, including coaching team revealed for 2014.

- All the latest Castleford Tigers news, including new signings for the Academy and encouraging news on season ticket sales and sponsorship deals.

- Comprehensive local football round-up.

- Three full pages of junior sport action.

- Pontefract Squash Club ace James Willstrop backed ahead of World Championships.

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