PAQ’TNKEK: A local First Nations community is in favour of a land exchange. Of the 411 eligible voters in the Paq’tnkek Mi’kmaw Nation, 277 took part in a vote on whether or not to surrender 32 acres of land and...
HALIFAX: A Nova Scotia provincial court judge has been appointed to preside over the fatality inquiry into the deaths of Afghanistan war veteran Lionel Desmond and his family. In a press release Thursday, the Nova Scotia judiciary said Warren K....
HALIFAX: A trio of local businesses is looking for compensation from the provincial government. Three groups, Phyllis Baker, Henri Steeghs, and Pleasant Valley Nurseries Ltd., along with Ernest Curry and Tri-City Management, as well as Eileen Curry and Justamere Café...
PORT HOOD: Human remains were found last week in the ocean approximately 10 nautical miles from Port Hood. At approximately 6:30 p.m. on July 18, the RCMP responded to a call indicating a body had been found in the water....
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Council is looking to make sure locals are able to get out and about following snowstorms this winter. “Most of Inverness County is rural, and a lot of us are in the same boat,” said John...
ANTIGONISH: It’s on time and on budget. The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (DTIR) opened Phase 2 of the Highway 104 Antigonish re-alignment to traffic on October 14. “We’re proud to open this road to traffic after years of planning,...
ARICHAT: A detailed breakdown of tenders and costs connected to Richmond County’s multi-million-dollar tourism strategy was followed by pleas from two community economic development groups for the municipality to consult with them on the best ways to proceed with...
LENNOX PASSAGE: Ongoing work at the only bridge to Isle Madame has been underway for two weeks, but not without changes to the tender. Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal spokesperson Marla MacInnis told The Reporter on November 23 that...
HALIFAX: A local MLA said he was comforted by responses he heard regarding Visitor Information Centres (VICs). During question period in the provincial legislature on March 1, Inverness MLA Allan MacMaster asked tourism minister Geoff MacLellan about comments MacLellan made...
MULGRAVE: The Mayor of the Town of Mulgrave says they will look at ways to resolve complaints regarding animals in a residential part of the town. Residents have rasied concerns with town officials that fowl, such as chicken, geese and...
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