Welcome to the Chad’s brand new Sunday Supplement - a round-up of the top news, sport and leisure stories on our website this week.
We’ve had some great stories as ever this week and one our most read stories was this disturbing case of animal cruelty, which went before Mansfield Magistrates’ Court on Thursday. Click the link to read the full story.
Staying in court the sex-offences trial of a Mansfield shop-owner collapsed on Tuesday because the complainant was too upset to give her evidence in court.
Vijay Chadda (47), of Rufford Road, Edwinstowe, had previously denied three charges of sexually touching a woman at his shop in Mansfield town centre. Click here to read our court report.
Sometimes Mansfield can be a wonderful and wacky place, as we found at last weekend.
The 1970s came back to life in Mansfield Woodhouse as revellers pushed their stuff in the 40th annual Wheelbarrow Race.
An estimated 500 people thronged the streets as competitors clad in 70s-themed costumes raced from pub to pub.
This year the Spring Bank Holiday event is estimated to have raised a grand total of more than £7,000 for various charities. Click the link to read more.
Kirkby opera singer Lucy Kay hit the national spotlight this week after wowing the judges on Britain’s Got Talent. She is now in the final of the hit ITV show and Chad will be following her all the way. Click the link to read how it went for gifted Lucy.
The World Cup may be looming on the horizon, but for Mansfield Town boss the focus is very much on building a competitive squad for next season.
Luke Jones rejoined the club on Tuesday for his third stint at Mansfield Town, while Lindon Meikle, Anthony Howell and Colin Daniel may be the target of bids from other clubs. Click the links to read more.
Chad is on sale every Wednesday and is packed full of news, view, leisure, sport and plenty of excellent reader offers and giveaways. Don’t forget to get your copy every week