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  • McNeil breathing easier after wins

    One of the benefits of having elected a majority government in Nova Scotia last year is that we can expect a few more years before we ...

  • What we can take from the disaster

    With two million gallons of oil spewing into the Gulf of Mexico every day, the resulting toll on the environment is hard to even fathom, but ...

  • Merger should be taken seriously

    Talk brewing out of Ottawa about a possible merger between Canada’s left-of-centre political parties might be shocking to some ...

  • Cumberland Digest

    School board looking at teacher gender ratio TRURO - Further study into the number of male teachers could result in a specific strategy to ...

  • Winery picks up medals

    MALAGASH - Jost Vineyards is once again being recognized for excellence. Andrew Shelswell, distiller at the Malagash-based winery, was presented ...

  • Remembering Doug Harkness

    Doug Harkness was a small-town boy who turned an early part-time job as a reporter at the local newspaper into a career that earned him ...

  • Community Happenings

    June 4 Open house An open house celebration will be held at Sunset Industries, Pugwash, from noon to 3 p.m. Refreshments served and door prizes. ...

  • Cumberland Digest

    Wallace man dies in motorcycle accident WENTWORTH - Oxford Detachment RCMP, along with EHS and members of the Wentworth Fire Department, ...

  • Be safe out there

    With summer weather arriving early to the Maritimes, many people are now heading out to lakes and cottages where they will be hitting the water ...

  • Cumberland Digest

    RCMP concerned with increase in impaired drivers AMHERST - An increase in the number of collisions involving alcohol and young people has RCMP ...