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This week we lead on a pensioner who set up a shop in the back of his van selling duty-free booze and cigarettes and fake Viagra.

Also in news:

- A new programme that will create jobs and support new businesses in the south east has received a boost of more than £1.5m.

- A former police officer was paid more than £6,500 in disability living allowance - despite working as a driver and coffin bearer for a funeral director.

- Parish councillors have pledged to fight plans for a high speed rail route that is set to plough through Havercroft, Cold Hiendley and the edge of Ryhill.

In sport:

- Frickley Athletic are looking to maintain their healthy relationship with Scunthorpe United next season after benefiting from a number of loan players from the Football League club this term.

- Ashley Jowitt produced a five-star performance with the bat as his superb knock of 141 helped Ryhill and Havercroft to an emphatic Pontefract Cricket League victory over Peglars.

In promotions:

- Save 20 per cent at Frankie and Benny’s.