In this week’s Express

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This week we lead on protesters who fear plans to build a new waste incinerator plant could increase pollution and cause traffic chaos.

Also in news:

- Grieving relatives of a popular takeaway owner have been left devastated after burglars ransacked his flat - less than two weeks after his death.

- “Ridiculous” plans to build new homes near a notoriously busy junction have been given the first green light ,despite objections.

- Plans to dramatically overhaul swimming pool facilities in the Five Towns have been referred to Wakefield Council’s overview and scrutiny committee.

- Controversial plans for a new £21m housing estate in Knottingley have been deferred by councillors.

In sport:

- Two late goals sent Frickley Athletic to a 2-0 defeat at Evo-Stik League Premier Division leaders Chorley on Tuesday night.

-Upton ARLC have a chance to avenge their Yorkshire Cup semi-final defeat against Hunslet Old Boys after being handed a home tie against them in the BARLA National Cup.

- Action photographs and a full report from Hemsworth RUFC’s narrow defeat at derby rivals Castleford.

- A full round up of soccer match reports, plus junior sports news

In promotions:

- Great offers at top attraction for half-term.