Monday, December 17, 2018
GOLDBORO: The Sipekne’katik First Nation, who claimed they were not consulted on the proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility in Goldboro, has officially withdrawn their objection. Last month, the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (UARB) scheduled a public hearing...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A retiring doctor is not pleased with the state of palliative car in the area. Dr. Bob Martel started out serving local patients 35 years ago before leaving after 15 years. He returned to Richmond County about four...
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following article has been corrected from the version which originally appeared on-line and which was published in the January 25 edition of The Reporter. The corrected areas are in the bold type. ARICHAT: A developer aiming to...
MULGRAVE: A Mulgrave nurse has been reprimanded for criticizing a patient’s family at an emergency room. A disciplinary decision that was released on the Web site of the College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia (CRNNS) said nurse Donna Lynne...
WEST ARICHAT: The Stella Maris Pastoral Unit, which oversees the remaining Roman Catholic Church operations across Isle Madame, is attempting to reach new agreements on insurance and liability issues regarding three of its properties in Petit de Grat, including...
By: Catherine Knott PORT HAWKESBURY: “I think it’s an important issue. An issue that should be talked about… there are so many veterans who are silently suffering from PTSD.” Fourteen-year-old Sara Pluta is a Grade 9 student at SAERC in Port...
ST. PETER’S: A Strait area MLA is accusing the governing Liberals of shutting down discussion of doctor recruitment in Nova Scotia. On October 30, Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Alana Paon submitted the topic of recruiting strategies within the Nova Scotia Health...
PORT HAWKESBURY: RCMP Staff Sergeant Greg Redl says an increase in mental health calls in Port Hawkesbury is raising red flags. Redl gave an update of the RCMP’s activity over past 12 months at the Town of Port Hawkesbury’s monthly...
HALIFAX: A doctor who served Strait area patients was reprimanded for an incident three years ago. Dr. Sockalingam Senthillmohan received a reprimand from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia regarding an incident at the Strait-Richmond Hospital in...
POINT TUPPER: A local gypsum plant is increasing production and adding more shifts. The head of Acadia Drywall, parent company to Cabot Gypsum, said the facility is currently looking for millwrights. “We’ve put postings out in Halifax and other areas…,” said...
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