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Unions representing employees in Nova Scotia's education system are worried about having to negotiate with the provincial government as opposed to school boards.Besides teachers, the education...

Post date: February 01, 2018

There are closures coming up for Roseway Hospital's Emergency Department in Shelburne.The Nova Scotia Health Authority says in a release, the ER will close tomorrow at 6am and reopen Saturday at...

Post date: February 01, 2018

Every student in Nova Scotia will have access to a healthy breakfast.Last month the provincial government announced it's more than doubled it's funding to the School Healthy Eating Program.It...

Post date: February 01, 2018

Nova Scotia's first ever Lobster Crawl starts tomorrow and it's coming to the South Shore.Donna Hatt, Tri-Chair of the South Shore Lobster Crawl says it was originally only going to be one...

Post date: February 01, 2018

A 38-year-old Bridgewater man is facing three counts of Possession of Child Pornography for distribution.Theodore Lionel Lyttle was in Bridgewater Provincial Court yesterday after Bridgewater Police...

Post date: February 01, 2018

UPDATE: Story  updated at 2:40 p.m.  to include details of the accused's court appearance.A 24-year-old Greenfield man has been charged with arson and break and enter with intent to...

Post date: February 01, 2018

Canadians could soon have to make a slight adjustment to their national anthem.The Senate approved legislation yesterday, that will make O'Canada more gender neutral.Bill #C210 has been adopted...

Post date: February 01, 2018

Minimum wage earners will see a slight raise come April 1.Nova Scotia's Minimum Wage Review Committee has recommended an increase of 15 cents and hour.That will mean a rate of $11 an hour for...

Post date: January 31, 2018

After fire destroyed their tattoo shop, Artistic Issues is back on its feet.Rennick Clattenburg and his mentor, Aaron Kaizer, didn't have insurance and lost their entire shop when a block of King...

Post date: January 31, 2018

Slippery conditions led to a tractor-trailer accident on Highway 103 near Liverpool today.The tractor-trailer wound up on its side, facing the wrong direction between the highway and an on-ramp at...

Post date: January 31, 2018

Educate, Unite and Celebrate Community.That's the theme for the 2018 Nova Scotia African Heritage Month.Vanessa Fells with the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre says this year's message is...

Post date: January 31, 2018
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Ten per cent of people diagnosed with anorexia will be dead within 10 years.Tomorrow kicks-off Eating Disorder Awareness Week.Executive Director of Eating Disorder NS Michelle Boyd says they're...

Post date: January 31, 2018

You might want to check and see if you have any Farmer's dairy products in your fridge, there is another recall.This is for the Farmers, Northumberland and Natrel brands.The Canadian Food...

Post date: January 31, 2018

Education Minister Zach Churchill says it was necessary to issue a directive to the seven English school boards, removing much of their authority. The boards must now seek permission from the...

Post date: January 30, 2018

A vigil was held last night in Yarmouth to mark the first anniversary of the Quebec mosque massacre. Six men were murdered as they gathered to worship. Two dozen people gathered at town hall as...

Post date: January 30, 2018

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