Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
If Only the Walls Could Talk
PHOTOS: Pirates thump Bulldogs in NSJHL action
Troubling winds at Canso Causeway
Campaign for Our Lady of Grace Monastery underway
Year five of Antigonish Winter Market starts Jan. 26
Patients in Strait region sick over loss of surgeon
Canadians will go to the polls in 2019, St. F.X. prof says the race is ...
Antigonish-based company aims to make the wild blueberry even healthier
Chinese investment could mean growth for District of St. Mary’s
Nova Scotia Power plans to take over Canso electric utility
The fight for justice in Guatemala
St. Joseph’s celebrates new symbolic painting
Nova Scotia long-term care panel’s report expected Tuesday
Six-year-old child airlifted to hospital after being struck by vehicle while crossing road at Digby County bus stop
ST. BERNARD, DIGBY COUNTY, N.S. – A six-year-old child was airlifted to hospital in Halifax after being hit by a vehicle on Highway 1 in St. Bernard, Digby County, on Friday morning, Jan. 11, as she was going to her bus stop. According to ...
New ground control plan for Donkin mine not yet submitted to province
DONKIN, N.S. — The province’s Minister of Labour and Advanced Education says a new ground control plan has not yet been submitted to the department by the operators of the Donkin mine, following a roof collapse last ...
Family upset 87-year old mother carried off Air Canada plane at Sydney airport
NEW WATERFORD, N.S. — Safety concerns for people with disabilities have ramped up on the Sydney airport tarmac once again. Anita Chiasson said despite expressing concerns about the care of her 87-year old mother-in-law Lucy Chiasson of New ...
'She's trying to act strong': Family of Yarmouth assault victim says physically she's doing better but emotionally it's a long road ahead
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Physically the bruises are starting to fade, and the swelling has gone down, but emotionally the road will be long for a Yarmouth teenager who police say was the victim of a brutal attack on Jan. 4. Members of the ...
Shelburne fishing company ordered to pay $60,000 related to fisherman’s death
SHELBURNE, N.S. – A Shelburne fishing company has been ordered to pay $60,000 in monetary penalties for three Occupational Health and Safety Act charges laid after the Jan. 7, 2017, drowning death of lobster fisherman James (Jim) ...
Missing Annapolis County teen located, say RCMP
LAWRENCETOWN, N.S. - The 15-year-old youth who was reported missing from Lawrencetown Jan. 9 has been located and is safe, RCMP said today, Jan. 10. Annapolis District RCMP had been looking for Katie Dianne Thibodeau who they said was missing from ...
Federal jail sentence for Sydney Mines man on sex offences
SYDNEY, N.S. - A 32-year-old Sydney Mines man who engaged in a two-year consensual, but illegal, sexual relationship with a young girl has been sentenced to a federal prison term of 2 ½ years. Richard Bully Rice was sentenced after ...
Post office mix-up sends letter meant for 94-year-old Australian woman to Sydney, N.S., instead
SYDNEY, N.S. — A Christmas card bound for Down Under will be a bit late after it made an unexpected stop in Cape Breton. The holiday letter was one of many sent by Doug and Jennifer Beggs, a retired couple from the Ottawa suburb of Manotick. ...
Annapolis County council looking for answers after forestry faux pas
CORBETT LAKE, N.S. - When Annapolis County’s municipal council heard in late December that yet more crown forest was up for public comment and possible harvest, Warden Timothy Habinski said council would meet over the holidays to discus the ...
Forestry faux pas - Corbett Lake proposed harvest posting a mistake; concerned citizens skeptical, hope to save what’s left
CORBETT LAKE, ANNAPOLIS COUNTY, N.S. -When residents concerned about possible harvest of crown forest at Corbett Lake found out on New Year’s Eve that it was all a big mistake, they could have packed up their maps, GPS units, and ...