What’s in your Mansfield and Ashfield Chad this week

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For all the latest news from the area, pick up a copy of this week’s Mansfield and Ashfield Chad.

On the front of this week’s Mansfield edition is the story of a woman who was found dead in The New Inn pub on Westgate,

Inside there are stories about the £8.4m re-build of a Mansfield street once dubbed the ‘worst in England’ and the retrial of a Mansfield woman charged with murdering her partner.

We explain how firefighters, teachers and council workers unions are set to unite for a day of strike action on Thursday, which is expected to cause major disruption across the area.

As usual the paper is packed full of informative features and we have a fantastic buy-one-get-one-free offer for tickets to Southwell races.

In the Ashfield edition we lead with a story about a hunt for a thug who attacked a man outside a restaurant in Sutton on the evening of England’s World Cup defeat to Italy, leaving him with a broken jaw.

Inside are stories about a vote to demolish one of Teversal’s best known buildings and the sad closure of a Sutton shop with more than 60 years of trading history.

And a court has been told that a shop in Sutton was a front for a multi-million pound drug operation which spread across the north of England.

In sport we tell how the Stags boss has no worries about a ‘threadbare’ line-up before this season’s pre-match friendlies.

We also have stories about how the Stags have rejected bids for two star players.

And an Ashes hero is set to play in the T20 Legends game at Welbeck and Clipstone are set to make their FA cup debut.