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Military training planned for McCallum Settlement area

McCALLUM SETTLEMENT - Don't be alarmed if you see or hear increased military presence in the McCallum Settlement area later this week.

The blessed backcountry: Pollett’s Cove, a strange sort of freedom for adventurous souls

I’m something of a campsite aficionado, or, if you like, a snob. Upon arrival, my judgy eyes scan the facilities,...

MLAs react to news of Nova Scotia premier’s resignation

TRURO – The news of Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil’s resignation came as a shock to many people earlier this week.

Nova Scotia premier stepping down

TRURO - Stephen McNeil, Nova Scotia's premier for the past seven years, has announced his resignation. McNeil made the...

Two Colchester County men charged with drugs, weapons offences

TRURO - Two men have been charged with drugs or weapons offences following an eight-month investigation in Colchester County.
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Rifles, knives stolen during Valley break and enter

VALLEY - Close to a dozen rifles were stolen from a home on Bartlett Drive in Valley recently. Sometime...
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Five Islands man charged with child pornography offences

FIVE ISLANDS - A 50-year-old man from Five Islands is facing charges of child pornography, as well as charges relating to an...

Justice Minister says he will support public inquiry into mass shooting if feds agree

TRURO - It seems the province's justice minister has been listening. Mark Furey, Nova Scotia's Attorney General and Minister...

Truro Police using two body-worn cameras in pilot project

TRURO – Patrol officers with the Truro Police Service are testing body-worn cameras for the next two months. Rob...

Families of mass shooting victims disappointed with independent review

TRURO – A statement by the families of the mass shooting victims call the July 23 announcement of an independent review “wholly insufficient.”

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