THIS WEEK'S EDITION:

Issue 777

This week in The Press, the landlord of the Thornhill pub where a man was tragically killed last Friday night has appealed for the people who saw what happened to come forward and speak out.

Jonny Binns was hit by a car and killed in the car park of The Scarborough pub at 8.40pm, after a fight broke out on The Town, the road which runs through the heart of the village.

Police have arrested nine men and youths aged between 16 and 20 and released them on bail.

Elsewhere, the husband of Jo Cox has announced a nationwide programme of street parties to commemorate the anniversary of her death – and hopes it will rival the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in scale.

A restaurant's controversial ‘palm trees’ appear to have been saved from the chop, and a temporary ‘fix’ to parking chaos close to Mirfield Railway Station has been given the thumbs-up.

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Plan to combat problem parking at rail station
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