THE latest edition of the Chad hits the shelves on Wednesday morning and has even more local news, entertainment and sport, as well as some fantastic deals for readers.
The top story in both editions reveals that a health watchdog has stepped in at King’s Mill Hospital amid fears the trust which runs the hospital will run out of money by January.
In the Mansfield edition we speak to the family of a 24-year-old man who died in a road crash near Warsop as we continue our campaign to see speed cameras introduced on the A60 at Cuckney Hill.
There is also news of a welcome economic boost with 500 jobs being created at a Shirebrook firm.
In Ashfield we reveal that cafés at Kirkby’s two main parks have made losses of £200,000 in three years, sparking concern among councillors, and news that a Sutton teacher has a ‘secret life’ as a gold medal-winning tenpin bowler.
Both editions also have a supplement packed with pictures of local children on their first day at primary school.
In sport we have the latest from Stags, local football teams and Mansfield Giants basketball team.
Our freshly designed paper includes regular features looking back on what was making the news 10, 25 and 50 years ago, a round-up of the late chemists available in the area and a tip of the day.
Also, look out for our report on cases completed at Mansfield Magistrates’ Court, TV columnist Tony Spittles and a gardening column.
Readers can take advantage of the chance to save 30 per cent on entry at Lightwater Valley, and family holidays at Pontins for just £5.
So pick up your copy of the new-look Chad for just 85p. To subscribe each week, and make some great savings, scooping a Chad for just 47p per day, call our subscriptions hotline on 0844 9916464 or visit www.subcriptionline.co.uk/mch