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Surprised and honoured
Highland bagpiper Andrew Patten, son of David Patten and Debbie Brake-Patten of Kippens, has been invited to attend the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo in Halifax from June 14 to July 8. Warrant Officer Patten is a member of the 2904 Cambrai... KIPPENS Self-taught Highland bagpiper Andrew Patten of Kippens will be among the strongest cadet ... (more)
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Bureau County Republican
Award-winning Amelia Curran will perform Saturday at Princeton Coffeehouse
Canadian singer-songwriter Amelia Curran will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Princeton Coffeehouse.
Mon May 20, 2013
Police respond to fatal crash in Cole Harbour
Paramedics transported the driver of the truck, a 72-year-old man from Cole Harbour, to hospital.
Conservative MP remains tight-lipped on Duffy scandal
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's chief of staff, Nigel Wright, left, cut a personal cheque to cover the housing expenses of Senator Mike Duffy.
Aedos Marketing Concepts Earns a oeCampaign Cupa for Sales Excellence
Aedos Marketing Concepts was the top performer among several sales offices working on the same campaign.
Sun May 19, 2013
Man charged after throwing a bucket at an RCMP officer
A 61-year-old man is facing charges of assaulting Halifax RCMP officers after an incident in the North Preston area Saturday night.
Sat May 18, 2013
Fisherman found dead off New Brunswick, two others still lost at sea
A small New Brunswick community was mourning the loss of a young fisherman Saturday as search efforts continued for two other crew members who were aboard a vessel that went aground off the province's northeast coast.
One fisherman dead, two still missing off New Brunswick's northeast coast
One fisherman has been found dead and two others are missing off New Brunswick's northeast coast after their vessel issued a distress call today.
Green Gym removed from Dartmouth park
People of all ages use the Green Gyms in Dartmouth, but the Wyse Road location has now been dismantled.
Fri May 17, 2013
Sailor fighting cancer says AWOL charges dropped
Able Seaman Carol Anne Deyoung was charged with disobeying a lawful command and absence without leave after she felt a lump in her breast and called in sick.
The Globe and Mail
Clearwater Seafoods' John Risley: He's still got lots of pots on the boil
John Risley's first business breakthrough came from selling gnarly crustaceans whose shells and claws contain the juiciest, tastiest meat in the sea.
The Chronicle Herald
Developer may appeal project's rejection
W.M. Fares Group had applied, on behalf of Paul, Mary and Nicole Jabbour, the owners of 2728 Joseph Howe Dr., to rezone the property from single-family dwelling to allow for a five-unit development.
The Toronto Star
Photos of squirrels with miniature objects attract legion of followers
No matter how hard she tries, Nancy Rose can't make a squirrel iron a shirt. Or sit in a rocking chair.
Reward offered in 2-year-old unsolved homicide case
Nathan Cross, 22, died in 2011 after being shot in North Preston. He was wearing body armour at the time of the shooting.
Tree-killing beetle leaves New Brunswick
New Brunswick has been declared free of the brown spruce longhorn beetle, an insect that can do major damage to the environment and to the forest industry.
The Toronto Star
Nova Scotia comes to T.O., Snowbird warning, Get social at Sheraton, Deal of day
From now until June 9, a 28-foot replica of the world-famous Peggy's Cove lighthouse is on display at Bay and Wellington in the heart of downtown Toronto; part of a big push by Nova Scotia tourism that also included a series of stories in Star Travel a few weeks ago.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Chronicle Herald
Mills to unveil new digs June 1
Mills co-owners Lisa Gallivan, left, and Kath Perry are photographed on Spring Garden Road in downtown Halifax on Thursday, where the store is being relocated and under construction at Spring Garden Place.
Globe and Mail
Nova Scotia Premier bristles over Harper's 'disingenuous' job grant
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Sailor with cancer charged for being AWOL over sick day
Able Seamen Carol Ann Deyoung, a breast cancer patient, is charged with two counts of disobeying a lawful command and one count of absence without leave.
'Canary in the Ocean': Massive Fish Flight Shows Climate Change is Here
As ocean waters continue to heat up along with the rest of the planet, fish and other aquatic life forms are fleeing from their habitual regions to find the lower temperatures they have depended on for centuries, according to a new study released Wednesday.