Chad Sunday Supplement: Reliving the best of Mansfield and Ashfield news

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This week’s Chad’s have been packed with plenty of news, views and sport and in our regular Sunday Supplement we take a look back at some of the week’s highlights.

Our main story was the minimum 25 year sentence handed down to cold-blooded murderers Susan and Christopher Edwards, who were found guilty of killing Susan’s parents at their Forest Town home.

The story, which was exclusively broken by Chad, made it all the way to the nationals with both the Sun and Mirror covering our story on their front page. CLICK HERE to read our coverage of the sentencing.

Elsewhere Mansfield woman Michelle Swift has gone on trial at Nottingham Crown Court accused of murdering her partner Emiel Blankert, a charge that she has denied. CLICK HERE to read our court coverage.

A Mansfield man is recovering in hospital after he was run over by his own car by thieves who stole his BMV. CLICK HERE to find out what happened.

A major drugs trial got underway this week with multiple defendants from across Mansfield and Ashfield charged with a massive operation to supply amphetamines.

The case centres around a shop in Sutton and spread all over the north of England. CLICK HERE to find out what happened.

Drink and drug driving, speeding and not wearing a seatbelt were all factors in the ‘utter devastation’ of a crash that killed three people near Mansfield just before Christmas last year.

That was the findings of an inquest into the tragic death. CLICK HERE to read our report.

In sport Mansfield Town boss Paul Cox has challenged his side to prove the bookies wrong after they were tipped as one of the pre-season relegation favourites. CLICK HERE for more

Cox is also waiting to find out if Anthony Howell and Lindon Meikle are to sign new deals at the club or move on to pastures new. CLICK HERE for reaction.

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