In this week’s Wakefield Express

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This week our lead on a man who has been arrested in connection with a £2million heroin bust at Manchester Airport.

Also in news:

- Clarke Hall, the city’s former living museum, has been sold.

- The Care Quality Commission has told Mid Yorkshire Hospitals Trust to improve the safeguarding of patients from abuse and the management of medicines.

- Lighting company Harvard Engineering will create 120 new jobs when it moves to a new site, find out where.

- A multi-million pound waste plant which will revolutionise the way the district’s rubbish is processed has allowed us behind the scenes access.

In sport:

- Wakefield Trinity Wildcats skipper Danny Kirmond said he “can’t wait” to lead out the time in the first home game of the new season.

- Sharlston Rovers’ first team have withdrawn from the Pennine Premier Division after 10 years in the top flight.