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UPDATE: RNC has located missing man James Kenny
A decade after suicide attempts, Mi’kmaq woman has found clarity
Charges of sexual assault and voyeurism laid against Meteghan RCMP member
Don’t ask 911 for a wake-up call, Annapolis District RCMP advise
Convicted killer Philip Pynn released to Nova Scotia halfway house
Lifetime dream comes true as Liverpool woman publishes first novel
For Liverpool resident, Sandra Saulnier, seeing her name on the cover of a book has been a lifetime dream and earlier this month, that dream came true as she held her first novel in her hands. “It is surreal; it’s difficult to put into ...
Canadians pledge to eat meals with friends, family
Kelly Neil spends a lot of time on her own. She working as a food photographer, blogger, and newspaper columnist. and She decided one of her goals for 2019 would be to strengthen connections with people in real life. Growing up, Neil was always on ...
Complaints, citations down since Terra Nova park's passing lanes opened
Read more about our Need for Speed, its risks and consequences TERRA NOVA, N.L. — It’s been more than a year since Terra Nova National Parks opened up 13 passing lanes in Central Newfoundland. And for Dave Weinheber, of ...
Help available for first responders dealing with PTSD
Read more about our Need for Speed, its risks and consequences It was Byron Butt's job to figure out what happened. Seven hundred and twenty-three times, the retired RCMP traffic reconstruction investigator living in the Annapolis ...
Not a victimless crime: First responders say speeding-related accidents affect many lives
Read more about our Need for Speed, its risks and consequences Every day, people make decisions. Many choose to push harder on the gas pedal, watching as the needle on the speedometer rises. Or they click on cruise control, then keep ...
Nova Scotia long-term care panel’s report expected Tuesday
HALIFAX, N.S. - It may have taken more than a year to appoint a long-term care expert panel, but a health-care consultant says its findings won’t be anything new. “I’m not honestly sure what a panel achieves at this point because ...
VIDEO: Speeding, distracted driving go hand-in-hand says RCMP officer
Read more about our Need for Speed, its risks and consequences HOLYROOD, N.L. — As light snow fell, Const. David Bourden hoped drivers would slow down and drive for the conditions. Some did. Others took unnecessary risks on slippery ...
VIDEO: Catch of the day – Shelburne County fisherman rescues deer with lobster vessel in Gunning Cove
GUNNING COVE, SHELBURNE COUNTY, NS – Gunning Cove lobster fisherman Sterling Goulden ended the day on the fishing grounds on Jan. 9 with quite the catch-and-release mission. The drama began to unfold that morning when his wife Margo happened ...
Shelburne Roseway Hospital emergency department closure during Jan. 13-15 timeframe
SHELBURNE, NS – The Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) advised the public that the emergency department at Roseway Hospital will be closed Sunday, Jan. 13, at 6 p.m. and will reopen Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 8 a.m. This is due to lack of physician ...
Shelburne County man facing multiple assault charges
BARRINGTON, N.S. – A Shelburne County man facing charges of assault and aggravated assault has been remanded into custody until a show cause hearing in Shelburne provincial court on Jan. 16. He was arrested by the RCMP at his home on the ...