In today’s Wakefield Express our top story is how West Yorkshire Police, Wakefield Council and charity Turning Point all want to stop new psychoactive substances (NPS) being sold and to make the city a legal high free zone.
Also in news:
- A dad-of-one was killed in a car crash days after he had set a wedding date with his fiancée on Valentine’s Day.
- A brave passer-by helped wrestle a robber to the ground moments after he carried out a violent attack on a shopkeeper in Northgate.
- A cleaner stole from Calder Vets while sanitising the card machine, a court heard.
- Fancy winning a ‘ladies who lunch’ style day of indulgence for you and your mum?
- Jarrod Sammut is the latest Wakefield Trinity Wildcats player to secure a dual-registration deal with a club in the Kingstone Press Championship.
- Tom Wandless’ impressive individual display steered Sharlston Rovers to a 14-6 win over Dewsbury Moor in the BARLA National Cup quarter-finals last Saturday.