What’s in this week’s Chad?

James Jupe
James Jupe

DON’T forget to pick up a copy of this week’s Chad when it hits the news stands tomorrow packed with the latest news, entertainment and reader offers.

Our front page story for the Mansfield and Ashfield Chad details shocking death rates at King’s Mill Hospital.

We’ve got a court case where a district judge paid a thief’s compensation out of his own pocket and the latest on the Pleasley Hill house demolition.

A double page spread on Mansfield District Council’s budget plans, the latest on a £6.5m plan for homes and bungalows on Brownlow Road, and proposals for a high speed rail link through the region are also featured.

In this week’s Ashfield Chad we’ve got a feature with a Sutton police officer who has taken to social media to communicate with residents and an in-depth look at the former Regent cinema.

There is the usual round-up from the courts and all the entertainment listings for the area.

Recession-busting reader offers include money of meals at Frankie & Benny’s and there’s a competition to win a meal for two at andwhynot...

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