In this week’s Observer & Advertiser

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This week's front page

In this week’s Observer & Advertiser, The family of a young East Ardsley boy hit and killed by a tractor have called for a change in the law which prevents over the limit drivers from being prosecuted on private roads.

Also this week:

- A mum whose daughter was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer has an impossible decision to make. Myla Adams, two, has been given the green light to have a tumour on her eye treated by specialists in America. But mum Stephanie, who

is pregnant with her second child, is now faced with the complications of giving birth abroad or staying in the UK while her daughter under-goes treatment.

- A rogue trader who fleeced a Morley pensioner with Alzheimer’s out of £1,500 cash has been jailed for three years.

- A councillor has stepped up the campaign to modernise Morley Station, which remains in need of improvement.

- Picture special from Saturday’s Ee By Gum Festival, celebrating all things Yorkshire.

- See our special report on how through-the-roof house prices are crippling for young buyers.

- East Ardsley’s community gala was officially opened by the village primary school’s retiring headteacher, Jane Wedlinscky.

- A Morley-born musician who has toured Asia since moving to Hong Kong with his band The Sleeves came back to his roots for a special gig.

Plus, in this weeks’ WOW entertainment guide, East is East comes to Yorkshire and in sport, Drighlington move closer to the playoffs and Scatcherd Park bowls cruise into semi-finals.

Read these stories and more in this week’s Observer & Advertiser, out tomorrow!