In this week’s Wakefield Express

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In today’s Wakefield Express our top story is about a woman who looked down in horror to see a digital camera being angled towards her as she got changed at Sun Lane Baths.

Also in news:

- A roundup of all the remembrance services, parades and memorials taking place across the district.

- A detective has promised never to give up his hunt to find the killer of grandmother Lea Florentina Brooke.

- An amazing story of a band of nine brothers who were shot, gassed, blown up and taken prisoner during the Great War, yet somehow all made it back home to Wakefield.

- People needing a replacement wheeled bin could be charged £10 by Wakefield Council.

- After weeks of voting for adorable children, see our top 10 finalists in the Cute Kids 2014 competition and pick your winner.

In sport;

- Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have further strengthened their pack by signing prop Ian Kirke from Super League neighbours Leeds Rhinos.

- Late Proctor score gave Sandal the edge in a tight derby against Morley.

- Ossett Albion hit back to snatch a point as Town bowed out in the FA Trophy replay.