In this week’s Pontefract and Castleford Express

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This week we lead on work starting on a new multi-million pound warehouse which will create 2,000 new jobs.

Also in news:

- Gnomes George and Gladys have tied the knot with a special ceremony surrounded by family and friends.

- Lasting memorials for the four friends who were killed in a quad bike crash in Hemsworth will be built after the community raised thousands of pounds for their families.

- Castleford Tigers’ vice-chairman Ian Fulton has thanked the club’s fans for their support following the death of his dad and club chairman Jack.

- Former Castleford police chief Dave Bugg has thanked people in the town for their support as he moves on to a new role with the force.

In sport:

- Eight players who featured in Featherstone’s victory over London Broncos in the inaugural Kingstone Press Championship Shield final are leaving the club.

- Castleford Tigers have revealed that the 2014 season was a success on and off the field as the club’s return to Wembley and top four Super League finish helped them make a healthy profit after a heavy loss the previous year.

- Pontefract were pipped 3-2 at home by University of Birmingham in their opening match of the season in English Premier Squash League Group A on Tuesday night.