Keep doing the things you love
YOGA & MEDITATION: Appreciate the art of practising
RECYCLED LOVE: Recognizing an animal advocate
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?: Giving vegan recipes a whirl
THE BOOK SHELF: Stella Bowles being the change in new book My River
THE VIEW FROM HERE: Ask not what your community can do for you
CHINESE MEDICINE FOR HEALTH: Keeping resolutions with Chinese medicine
REEL TIME: Ice fishing with a little help from my friends
THE ENDAGERED PERSPECTIVE: Old-growth essential for province’s future
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Yarmouth RCMP seeking public’s help in finding missing man
Shots fired complaint in Barrington Passage leads to attempted murder investigation
More temporary closures announced for Digby and Shelburne emergency departments
Victim faints during emotional sex assault sentencing, tells attacker ‘I’m not going to let you win’
Feb. 12 open house to help officially open new health clinic in Shelburne
Lucy the Lobster and Shubenacadie Sam agree
Federal Court orders MV Farley Mowat owner to pay big bucks for pollution cleanup in Shelburne Harbour
SHELBURNE, N.S. – A decision released by the Federal Court of Canada on Feb. 4 ordering M/V Farley Mowat owner Tracey Donald Dodds to pay the Ship-Source Oil Pollution Fund (SOPF) damages and interest totaling $867,158.57 is being called ...
Red Cove Road residents wary of proposed nearby town rezoning in Bonavista
The possibility of a hotel being built near a residential street, Red Cove Road near Cape Bonavista, is looming for many residents in the area who have concerns about a recent proposal to rezone the nearby area close to the ocean. The reason for ...
Siobhan Coady talks Bull Arm occupancy at Clarenville Chamber luncheon
The province’s Natural Resources Minister Siobhan Coady addressed, among other topics, the future residency of the Bull Arm fabrication site on Monday. In her speech at the Clarenville Chamber of Commerce luncheon, in conjunction with the ...
Port Rexton man and Hickman’s Harbour man charged for big game hunting violations
BONAVISTA PENINSULA, N.L. Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Officers have laid a number of charges under the Wildlife Act following a recent investigation. According to a news release, officers from the Clarenville detachment apprehended two ...
Province responds to Friends of Northumberland Strait call for data on 2018 effluent leak at Northern Pulp
The Nova Scotia Department of Environment says it is still investigating the Oct. 21 effluent leak from the Northern Pulp pipeline. "We won't be able to provide information today on the size of the leak or what happened in this ...
Bridgewater couple jailed after regularly giving pot to 13-year-old
A judge has jailed a Bridgewater couple who regularly provided cannabis to the woman's 13-year-old son over the course of more than four months. The mother, 39, who shared parenting duties of the teen with her estranged husband, was found ...
Bridgetown girl killed in tragic Sunday evening crash
A 17-year-old Bridgetown girl is dead following a single-vehicle crash at Centrelea late Sunday evening, Feb. 3. Annapolis District RCMP said the Honda Accord the girl was driving lost control approaching a bend, left the road, flipped, and hit a ...
The Wave Hotel in Clarenville, N.L., destroyed by fire
Blackened, smoking rubble is all that remains of The Wave Hotel in Clarenville this morning. Local volunteer firefighters packed up their gear around 7:30 a.m. this morning, Feb. 3, after spending 10 hours of battling the blaze on a cold winter ...
Sydney funeral home damaged by blaze
The bitter smell of smoke wafted from the open doors of Chant’s Funeral Home Sunday morning, a reminder of the blaze 12 hours earlier that damaged the inside of the building. Sydney Firefighters battle a blaze inside Chant's Funeral ...
What lies beneath? - Ground penetrating radar finds pattern of anomalies after Fort Anne survey
Researchers at Fort Anne Historic Site, who used ground-penetrating radar and other modern technologies, have discovered what they believe are the graves of as many as 19 Acadians. Findings of a Dec. 3, 2018 survey of a 20-by-20-metre section of ...