Sackville Commons thrives in first year
Art Across the Marsh studio tour showcases local talent from Sackville, Amherst ...
Regulatory amendments proposed for New Brunswick's Prescription Drug Payment Act
Casey, LeBlanc meet with municipal officials about Fundy sea levels
New accessible bicycle has arrived in Sackville
Plan two ways out during Fire Prevention Week
MADD presence re-established in Tantramar
NBers urged to be “72-hours ready” in case of emergency
SLIDESHOW: Sackville Fall Fair 2017
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Mount Allison ranks #1 in 2018 Maclean’s magazine university rankings
Human rights activist, United Church minister Eldon Hay dies
Beijing and Sydney Mines families get together for Thanksgiving dinner
Wagmatcook woman and her children escape house fire
More tobacco intercepted on its way into Springhill prison
Son wants answers after mother transported to hospital by taxi instead of ambulance
Health-care rally held in New Waterford
However, it was evident people are worried about more than just that. The rally took place Sunday at the New Waterford Army/Navy club on Smith Street. At times it was heated as people brought up concerns over emergency room closures, shortages of ...
Sydney Run for the Cure cancelled
Erin Richard, a breast cancer survivor, sits in the living room of her family home. She is disappointed she can’t participate in Run for the Cure in Sydney.However, many of them who have participated in the CIBC fundraiser in the past aren’t ...
Transgender inmate being held at Nova Institute
Stephen Anderson, whose partner is currently serving time at the Nova Institute, said the prisoner remains there while undergoing 12 months of hormone therapy followed by a sex-change operation. But the prisoner remains, for the time being, a male ...
Cape Breton’s music community reeling from radio personality’s comments over cover charges
Award-winning musician and songwriter J.P. Cormier didn’t mince words when he weighed in on a Halifax radio personality refusing to pay a cover charge to see the band Drafted at Cheticamp’s Doryman Pub and Grill on Saturday, Sept. 23. The announcer, ...
North Sydney man deemed risk to commit sexual offence against a child
The board issued its decision regarding Jeffrey Daniel MacIntyre, 26, Friday. He had pleaded guilty to two counts of luring a child under 16 for a sexual purpose; two counts of breaching court orders; two counts of possession of child ...
International students victims of verbal attack in Sydney
They didn’t come here to be yelled at or told to go back to their home country. But that is what happened to Xin Li and two of her classmates at the International Centre for English Academy Preparation (ICEAP,) where they are studying before ...
Officer’s sense of smell not sufficient for Ingonish arrest and seizure
Provincial court Judge Peter Ross ruled Monday that it is widely held that police officers can give evidence on what they detect or recognize by smell. “But difficulties arise when the police claim to be able to recognize this particular smell (raw ...
Westmount mother says son is being bullied
“He will defend himself but he shouldn’t have to go to school and be fighting,” said Susan Kayombo, sitting in the living room of her Westmount home. “He loves school and he’s so quiet. He’s not one to fight but he has to or he’s just going to be ...
Downtown arts centre site confirmed in Yarmouth
A motion was also unanimously approved by council to secure the services of Hanscomb, a Halifax-based firm, for estimates of construction costs for the project, which is described as occupying 60,000 square feet. The project fee for Hanscomb is ...
Warrant issued for Sydney businessman
Theodore Nicoletopoulos, 50, of Waterview Drive, Coxheath, is alleged to have committed the offences between September 2016 and March. The fraud charge alleges that Nicoletopoulos defrauded Papa Dino’s Pizza Ltd. by depositing debit card and online ...