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  • Returned to the wild

    The large eagle, which spent a month at the Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre (CWRC) while being treated for lead poisoning, has been ...

  • CCRSB looks into future of P3 schools

    Board members looked at the information on the P3 (public-private partnership) schools during a meeting Thursday evening and voted to take a more ...

  • Student assessment results released

    Province-wide 55 per cent of the grade 8 students tested during the 2015-2015 school year were at or above the assessment expectation. In the ...

  • Electoral districts dilemma

    During a school board meeting Wednesday Herb Steeves, director of operational services, explained application must be made to the Nova Scotia ...

  • Pictou County eagle recovering at Hilden wildlife centre

    Every year eagles and other animals die after ingesting lead. The situation could improve if hunters and fishing enthusiasts switched to non-lead ...

  • Wallace lighthouse turned over to community

    TOPIC: Heritage HL: Guiding light Sub: Wallace development association purchases community lighthouse The Wallace Area Development ...

  • NDP candidate says campaign was too long

    “The acrimony was unprofessional, disrespectful and disappointing,” said the NDP candidate. “It reinforces the stereotypes of candidates and ...

  • From dream to reality

    The idea for the festival came from Stuart Cresswell, a UK filmmaker who moved to Canada 10 years ago and lives in River John. “With my company ...

  • Putting your fitness to the test

    Although the goal of the event is to have fun, participants discovered it was also a good workout. “If you think you’re good and fit then do ...

  • School board not sure much can be done with funding

    TRURO - The future of West Highlands Elementary is still undecided, and members of the Chignecto Central Regional School Board are wondering ...