Outdoor adventure park in the works for Meadowvale
Corey Hart serenades Wolfville woman with cancer
Grand Pré family swelling with gratitude as six-month-old daughter ...
Paradise boy impresses a national darts competition
Wolfville’s Chantal Peng crowned Queen Annapolisa LXXXVII
Hundreds celebrate life of Annapolis Royal firefighter Brogan Gunn
Community mourning loss of Annapolis Royal firefighter killed in ...
A man who loves his town
Unoccupied bungalow burns in Bridgetown
Conservative nomination meetings for West Nova riding happening June 21 and 22
Annapolis District RCMP deal with lots of calls June 10 to 17
Harvest Halted - Rankin cites species at risk concerns, puts hold on Crown forest cut south of Bridgetown
Middleton launching major fundraising campaign for new community centre, fire hall
Annapolis County residents camp out in woods hoping to save old forest south of Bridgetown
Almost 3,000 Nova Scotians may be victims of medical records privacy breach, says NSHA
Medical records of 2,841 people could be compromised after a Nova Scotia Health Authority employee recently fell victim to an email scam, the health authority said on Monday. The NSHA is in the process of sending out notifications to all the ...
Navy looking for sailor spotted in Halifax coffee shop with 'Infidel' tattoo
The Royal Canadian Navy is looking to identify a sailor with the word infidel tattooed in the shape of a rifle on his arm. The sailor’s tattoo was on display at a Halifax Tim Horton’s on Tuesday, as he stood in line wearing his uniform ...
Annapolis District RCMP deal with tempest in a tea pot -- literally
Members of the Annapolis District RCMP dealt with a lot of calls May 13 to 19, but the strangest of all was the case of the flying teapot. Of course there was the bathroom fan 911 call and the unwanted camper with the doll collection. It was a ...
Indigenous youth from P.E.I., Nova Scotia take ideas to Senate
When it comes to forging a true nation-to-nation relationship, Richard Pellissier-Lush from Lennox Island First Nation in P.E.I. believes Canada has to do more than just hear what Indigenous people have to say. It also has to listen, he ...
Following complaints, Nova Scotia landlords warned about denying tenants with children
The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission is reminding landlords it’s illegal to deny people tenancy because they have children after receiving multiple inquiries. “Staff at the commission have reported a recent spike in inquiries from ...
Groundbreaking autism program for Nova Scotia toddlers gets $2 million from province
A new pilot program for the parents of toddlers with autism or suspected autism is a first for Nova Scotia. The QuickStart program, which involves one-on-one parent-coaching that uses play-based activities to help them develop their child’s ...
Nova Scotia gas, diesel prices drop overnight after UARB uses 'interrupter' clause
UPDATE: The price of gas fell by six cents a litre overnight after the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board invoked its interrupter clause. That means that price in the Halifax area fell from 119.3 a litre to 113.3 cents a litre overnight, with the ...
Nova Scotia Health Authority cracks down on ER delays
Ambulances have been known to wait for hours in hospital bays in Nova Scotia because there’s no place for their patients. People routinely wait several hours and sometimes much longer in emergency departments because all the beds are taken in ...
Two-storey Lequille home with steel roof destroyed by fire
A large, two-storey house in Lequille has been reduced to rubble following an early-morning fire June 1. “It was called in by, I believe, somebody local who had spotted the fire,” said Annapolis Royal’s fire chief, Andrew ...
Unoccupied bungalow burns in Bridgetown
A blaze that broke out in an unoccupied Bridgetown bungalow is under investigation. “When we arrived on scene the backend was fully involved,” said Bridgetown’s fire chief, Randy Sheridan. “It was through the ...