THIS week’s Chad is once again packed with all the latest news, sport, entertainment and fantastic deals for readers.
In this week’s top Mansfield story, a widow speaks following the inquest of her mine worker husband, who was crushed to death in a tragic accident at Thoresby Colliery.
There are also readers views on Notts County Council plans to slash an extra £12 million from its budgets and an appeal for local charities to come forward and claim one of six £100 cheques from our Santa.
In the Ashfield edition, there is reaction to the district being snubbed by Olympic torch route planners, of police action following an all night party in Annesley and of increased parking charges at King’s Mill hospital.
In sport, there are all the latest match reports from Stags, non-league round-ups and a report of top cross country competition at Berry Hill Park.
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