What’s in Chad this week?

ALL the latest news, sport, entertainment and fantastic deals for readers are available in Wednesday’s Chad.

In this week’s Mansfield edition we report on a Mansfield police inspector who has been charged with sexual offences against a child.

We also reveal that a murder investigation into the death of a Mansfield woman in 1951 has been re-opened by police.

There is news that Mansfield Market Place’s fountains are operating again and we reveal a possible shake-up of boundaries in the Langwith area.

In the Ashfield edition we have a story on an embarrassing blunder by parking bosses at Nottinghamshire County Council after an error led to undeserved parking tickets in Kirkby.

We also reveal that the vandalised statue commemorating Nottinghamshire’s miners at Teversal will be returned to its former glory.

In sport, we have reports and photos from Shanghai, where Mansfield swimming ace Rebecca Adlington is once again on top of the world after her gold medal in the World Swimming Championships.

There is also news of Stags’ £1m loss revealed at the club’s AGM and all the latest cricket scores.

And in our regular Retro feature we continue to look at memories of the past in Mansfield and Ashfield, this time with eight pages of old photographs from our archives on the theme of summer holidays.

Readers can also look out for some fantastic deals, including £5 off at Expecting Baby and £5 off at Atmospheric Interiors.

And younger readers can look out for a new column for teenagers called Shout Out.

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