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International Culinary Celebration promises bite-sized creations
The NSCC Lunenburg Campus is once again inviting the public out to experience world cuisine at their annual International Culinary Celebration. The event, which is scheduled for April 4, will feature delicious bite-sized dishes from various ...
Man charged following report of shots fired in Lower West Pubnico
A 35-year-old man is facing numerous charges after the RCMP responded to a residence in Lower West Pubnico on March 16 following a complaint of shots having being fired. The call came in at 4:57 p.m. on Saturday. There was a large RCMP response to ...
West Pubnico wind turbine destroyed by fire
With large chunks of burning nacelle components and melting fibreglass blades falling from 80 metres above, there wasn't much the West Pubnico Fire Department could do when a wind turbine fire was reported the afternoon of March ...
Truro man mourns colleague slain in New Zealand terror attack
A Truro man paused to remember a fellow scientist who was one of those gunned down during Friday prayers in Christchurch. Nasif Sarowar said his former colleague Abdus Samad was a “resourceful person,” who moved from Canada to New ...
Clarenville council takes steps to prevent flooding from Shoal Harbour River
SHOAL HARBOUR, N.L. – It’s an issue that threatens to cause serious damage at a moment’s notice. This winter, for residents of Riverview Extension in Shoal Harbour, the possibility of Shoal Harbour River flooding their homes and ...
Federal and provincial governments give $517,500 to Discovery Aspiring Geopark
In efforts to become recognized as a UNESCO Global Geopark destination, the Discovery Aspiring Geopark Inc. (DAGI) is half-a-million dollars richer as it continues its path to certification. In an announcement on March 8, the federal and ...
A ‘beautiful’ blessing: New Life Community Church housing project officially unveiled in Clarenville
For Angela Bursey, her home is worth everything. Bursey is a resident of the New Life Community Church apartments developed in the community as affordable housing. “It meant a million dollars, put it that way,” said ...
Snowbirds coming to air show in Debert
The Canadian Forces Snowbirds demonstration team will perform in Nova Scotia this summer at the Debert Airport. The Truro Flying Club and the Nova Scotia International Air Show Association are producing a military air show at the airport on June ...
Turning grief into a helping hand
Many lives were changed forever on March 2, 2006, with the news that another Canadian soldier had died in Afghanistan. This death hit home in Bridgewater where the father of Cpl. Paul Davis called home. Jim Davis received the news and his life has ...
Bridgewater Transit keeps on rolling
Almost three years since the Town of Bridgewater began exploring a public transit system, council is moving to make the bus service permanent. Council made the decision at a Feb. 25 meeting following the presentation of a report from Jessica ...