Profile of Andrew Wagstaff

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  • Time is now for tidal power: Robinson

    PARRSBORO - Premier Rodney MacDonald boasted to his counterparts from the rest of the country last week that Nova Scotia is leading the way in ...

  • Ready, set, bid on artwork

    Anticipation. In a word, that is how Rena Kossatz explained the success of the annual art auction that has become one of Ships Company Theatres ...

  • Cutting concerns residents

    Dick Elliott has spent a lot of time in the woods, but hes never seen the likes of this. Gazing out at acres of chopped forest in this wooded ...

  • Public trash cans misused

    Public garbage cans are not meant to be used for the disposal of household garbage, and the town will no longer tolerate it, says Ashley Brown. ...

  • Amherst ready to bloom?

    The judges are here, and are impressed with what they are seeing so far. Communities in Bloom judges Brendan Casement and Robert Magill arrived ...

  • Methadone only a part of drug addiction treatment: Little

    Most physicians in Nova Scotia are not licensed to administer methadone treatment because they do not have the necessary education, training or ...

  • Situation remains critical: addict

    William Lank has been given some relief for his opiate addiction, but remains concerned about the general lack of support for local addicts. ...

  • Mary Celeste inspires building project

    The Mary Celeste is back. The mystery ship that was built in Spencers Island and went on to haunt generations has now served as the inspiration ...

  • Local car show shines

    While pleased with its success, Fundy Shore Auto Club president David Soley said he was glad the event was over with for another year. The ...

  • Remembering the sacrifices in Korea

    While it may have been lost in the commotion of other events taking place on Sunday, July 29, a small ceremony at the cenotaph recognizing Korea ...