Welcome to the Chad’s Sunday Supplement - a round-up of the top news, sport and leisure stories on our website this week.
Our lead for Mansfield was the shock story of how a Forest Town teenager was lured from her home by a girl who she thought was her friend, then filmed by a gang of youngsters as she was savagely beaten. CLICK HERE to read the court report.
The Wycherley trial got under way at Nottingham Crown Court this week and has attracted national media attention. They bodies of Patricia and William Wycherley were found in the garden of their former Forest Town home 15 years after they were killed.
Prosecutors allege they were killed by their daughter Susan and her husband Christopher Edwards. Keep checking www.chad.co.uk for daily updates of the case. CLICK HERE for our report detailing how the pair were killed.
As always, we have been out and about shooting plenty of video. And this footage of a staged crash in Sutton town centre as part of a multi-agency scheme to boost road safety is well worth a watch. CLICK HERE to view.
A group of travellers paid a visit to Mansfield last week after pitching up at a disused car garage on Nottingham Road. CLICK HERE to find out what happened.
Chad has plenty of giveaways as ever and this week’s offer of FREE beer to our readers is certainly worth taking advantage of. CLICK HERE to find out how you can get your free drink (valid until Wednesday)
In sport Mansfield Town have signed striker Alex Fisher from Italian side AC Monza. Will he be the man to finally give Stags some much-needed goal threat? CLICK HERE to find out more about Fisher.
But Paul Cox is still waiting to hear from three players over whether they will sign new contracts that are on the table. Find out the latest by CLICKING HERE.