The problems of bullying at school to the changing of the speed limit at an accident blackspot have been some of the most read stories in the Chad this week.
Here is a selection of news from this week in case you missed any articles the first time round.
A Sutton father has called for bullies to think about their actions after his son was tripped up and had a bottle thrown at him at school - resulting in facial injuries.
The speed limit on a main road out of Mansfield where two students were seriously hurt is set to be cut after a campaign by residents.
Read more at: http://www.chad.co.uk/news/speed-limit-to-be-cut-on-a60-after-petition-1-8440066
A police officer has been dismissed from Nottinghamshire Police after it was revealed he was running a business alongside his career in the force.
Read more at: http://www.chad.co.uk/news/police-officer-sacked-after-admitting-to-running-business-alongside-career-in-force-1-8440557
More than 500 former miners attended an emotional reunion at the 20th anniversary of the closure of Bilsthorpe pit.
Read more at: http://www.chad.co.uk/news/workmates-meet-again-20-years-on-1-8437785
The world’s largest security firm, G4S is set to open a new children’s home in Mansfield.