THE latest edition of your Chad hits the shelves on Wednesday morning and has even more local news, entertainment and sport, as well as some fantastic deals for readers.
This week’s top stories in the Mansfield edition include the latest on the Warsop murder trial as the jury retires to consider its verdict in the case of a woman accused of plotting to kill her husband.
There is also news of a long-serving headteacher’s retirement, a Bilsthorpe three-year-old heading to the United States with his family for treatment on a brain tumour and the latest on our bid to raise the £750,000 needed for a new MRI scanner at King’s Mill Hospital.
In Ashfield, the top story is about a Kirkby taxi driver who has spoken of the stress he has suffered after being attacked by teenagers who tried to make off without paying their fare.
We also reveal that Ashfield District Council is considering introducing weekly food waste collections and have stories about a Kirkby cancer charity shop which has been conned out of £9,000-worth of stock and a Kirkby figure skater’s success in an international competition in New York.
There is also an eight-page pull out special in both editions as hundreds of young people from our secondary schools attend their prom nights.
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.
We are also offering readers the opportunity to save a fantastic 15 per cent on furniture at Homebase and look out for a buy-one-get-one-free offer on British afternoon tea at Cafe Nova in Mansfield town centre.
So pick up your copy of the new-look Chad for just 75p. To subscribe each week, and make some great savings, scooping a Chad for just 56p per day, call our subscriptions hotline on 0844 9916464.