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Province plans to address immunocompromised students at school level

HALIFAX: The education Minister for the province said school administration will be at the front-lines to address concerns regarding students who are immunocompromised or who have family that are should COVID-19 show up at...

COVID-19: N.S. reporting three deaths; 18 admissions; 11 discharges, 696 new cases Jan. 20

HALIFAX: On Jan. 20, the province reported 696 new cases of COVID-19, along with sadly three more deaths related to the disease. There are also 18 new hospital admissions and 11 discharges. The deaths related...

Uttering death threats among offences facing Meaghers Grant woman

SHUBENACADIE: A 25-year-old Meaghers Grant woman is facing charges of uttering death threats and stealing motor vehicles after a pair of early morning incidents in the Shubenacadie area on Jan. 18. East Hants RCMP S/Sgt....

COVID-19: Three deaths, 11 admissions, five discharges reported Jan. 19

HALIFAX: Nova Scotia is reporting three deaths related to COVID-19, as well as 11 new hospital admissions and five discharges on Jan. 19. The three deaths are from the following zones and ages: -- a man...

COVID-19: One death, 13 new admissions, eight discharges, 415 new cases Jan. 18

HALIFAX: The province is reporting 13 new hospital admissions and eight discharges. Nova Scotia is also reporting one death related to COVID-19. A woman in her 80s in Eastern Zone has died. "This is another very...

N.S. announces 2022-23 five year highway plan

HALIFAX: Nova Scotia will invest nearly $500 million in capital spending on its highways, bridges and roads in 2022-23. The Five-Year Highway Improvement Plan includes more than 150 major construction and improvement projects for the...

Chamber gearing up for annual Trivia Night fundraiser Feb. 8

EAST HANTS: Get your teams put together and hone your trivia skills as the East Hants & Districts Chamber of Commerce presents its annual trivia night fundraiser in memory of a long-time community volunteer. The...

Crews expected to break ground soon on Aerotech Connector

WELLINGTON: The Minister of the Department of Public Works provided an update on when crews are expected to break ground for the Aerotech Connector. During the post-Cabinet virtual media scrum Jan. 13 with media, The...

COVID-19: four deaths, 15 new hospital admissions; 12 discharges; 495 new cases

HALIFAX: Nova Scotia is reporting 15 new hospital admissions and 12 discharges and four deaths related to COVID-19 since the last update on January 14.The deaths were:-- a man in his 40s in Central...

House fire victim assisted by Red Cross volunteers

INDIAN BROOK: The victim of a weekend house fire in Indian Brook is receiving lodging assistance. In a tweet, the Canadian Red Cross said the fire on Meadow Brook Road in the Sipekne'katik First Nation...
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