READERS can look forward to another weekly round-up of all the latest news, sport, entertainment and fantastic deals in today’s edition of the Chad.
As the phone hacking scandal continues to dominate the national media, both editions of the paper feature an interview with a Sutton widow of the London 7/7 bombings, who says she is ‘appalled’ by the allegations.
The Mansfield edition also reveals that fire safety breaches at two Mansfield town centre hotels have seen their owner and a fire risk assessor jailed in a landmark prosecution.
There is also news of a very special delivery at a Mansfield shop, after a young mum gave birth in a Costcutter store.
Elsewhere in the Ashfield edition there is news of job losses at a Huthwaite company which worked on the 2012 Olympic velodrome and a feature on two former Ashfield School pupils taking their new play to the Edinburgh Fringe festival.
In sport, we report that new Stags’ boss Paul Cox is set to sign a former Championship defender, Becky Adlington being tipped for success at the World championships in Shanghai and all the latest cricket results.
Young Stags’ fans can also look out for a new competition to win a junior season ticket for the new season worth £90.
And in another top competition, shoppers can win £150 to spend at new Asda supermarkets in Ollerton and Mansfield.
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