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Bill Tupou signs new three-year deal with Wakefield Trinity

Wakefield Trinity have announced that centre Bill Tupou has signed a new three-year contract with the club.

The former New Zealand Warrior, 27, has become a key member of Chris Chester's team, scoring 15 tries in 45 appearances, since joining Trinity from NRL side Canberra Raiders two years ago.

I am excited to stay here at the club, it has been a great two years, the boys and coaching staff are always in high spirits and are there for me so I am looking forward to the next three years.

– Bill Tupou

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Traffic building on M1 motorway in West Yorkshire due to lorry fire

Commuters are being warned of growing traffic on the M1 southbound following a lorry fire near Wakefield.

Firefighters are dealing with the fire on the exit slip road at junction 40.

A-level success celebrated at Grimsby sixth form

Students and staff celebrate at Toll Bar MAT Sixth Form in Grimsby. Credit: ITV

Students from a sixth form college in Grimsby are celebrating success in their A-levels today.

Around 95 per cent of students at Tollbar MAT Sixth Form College achieved three or more A-levels at A*-E grades.

Every one of the college's 102 Year 13 students achieved two or more A-levels at A*-E.

Many of their students are going on to university, employment or apprenticeships in areas like accountancy.

Reporter Fiona Dwyer spoke to a number of Tollbar students as they opened their results this morning.

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