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  • Some lobsters get second chance

    Some lucky lobsters trapped on the last day of fishing season will live to swim again. Kay Wallace, director of the Gulf Nova Scotia Bonafide ...

  • DFO makes presence felt

    ANTIGONISH Enforcement officers issued about 40 warnings and laid six charges for Fisheries Act violations during the two-month spring lobster ...

  • Man dies at Drysdale Falls Monday evening

    Truro Daily News The Falls - A 41-year-old Oxford man died Monday evening while swimming in a rapidly moving pool of water at the top of ...

  • Beach-bound architects

    Sand creations of all shapes and sizes will be scattered along Blue Sea Beach in Malagash on July 29. For the past nine years the Malagash and ...

  • Jost earns two double gold medals

    MALAGASH - Nova Scotian wines received a record 12 medals at the All Canadian Wine Championships held in Windsor, Ont. last week. Malagash ...

  • Most fishermen pleased with first haul

    Wallace Rain, snow, hail and strong winds didnt stop the Northumberland Strait fishermen from hauling in their first lobster catch of the season ...

  • Riding the rails

    Wentworth Elementary School students will be riding the rails today getting a sense of what Canadas war brides experienced. Via Rail is ...

  • Seals not killed by hunters: officials

    Fox Harbour - Officials have confirmed seal pup carcasses found on a secluded island near Wallace were not killed by hunters. Krista Petersen, ...

  • Lobster fishermen fear for prices

    Northumberland lobster fishermen preparing to set traps Monday are closely monitoring record high lobster prices being paid to fishermen in ...

  • Hunters not to blame in seal deaths: officials

    Officials have confirmed seal pup carcasses found on a secluded island near Wallace were not killed by hunters. Krista Petersen, spokeswoman for ...