In this week’s Wakefield Express

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This week we lead on three families still trying to find justice after their loved ones were killed.

Police say the answers to help solve the crimes lie somewhere in our city.

Also in news:

- Hundreds of people pay tribute to those who lost their lives while serving their country at memorial services

- Thousands of people were left disappointed after a fireworks display was cancelled due to safety reasons

- A £750m waste plant built to process all the district’s rubbish has been hit with a four-month delay in becoming fully operational

- The family of a toddler are trying to raise £1,950 after being told the treatment she needs is not available on the NHS

- And councils have been urged to get tough on private landlords after just a handful of complaints from tenants led to prosecutions

In sport:

- Hooker Scott Moore signs a two year contract with the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

- Normanton Knights will spend another season in National Conference League Division One after losing in the play-off final

- And Sandal Girls U15s saw their unbeaten start to the season come to an end

Also see our 12 page Christmas supplement and it is your last chance to vote for the Pub of the Year 2015.