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Composites Atlantic has a new president and CEO. Claude Baril has been involved with the company since 1989 and has spent the last 12 years managing the Composites Atlantics development center in...

Post date: December 05, 2011

A spokesperson for Resolute Forest Products says a five-year $50 million dollar support package from the province is enough to keep the paper mill in Brooklyn running. Pierre Choquette confirmed the...

Post date: December 05, 2011

In Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League action last night the South Shore Canadian Tire Mustangs built up a 5-2 lead and then hung on to edge the Cape Breton West Islanders 6-5. Shawn MacEachern...

Post date: December 04, 2011

The Liverpool Royal Canadian Legion is doing their part for Christmas Daddies this weekend. Branch 38 is hosting a fundraiser Sunday with a number of musical acts, an auction, as well as 50/50 draws...

Post date: December 04, 2011

The longhorn spruce beetle found in the Lunenburg area recently has caught the attention of the Municipality. CAO Tammy Wilson says its a new issue for the Municipality and they haven't held any...

Post date: December 03, 2011

It's paramedics versus police versus RCMP in the third annual food bank challenge. The three emergency services are challenging each other and you to donate non-perishable food items... to see who...

Post date: December 03, 2011

In the most exciting Junior A game in Bridgewater this season the CIBC Wood Gundy Lumberjacks edged the Summerside Western Capitals 7-6 in a shootout last night. Jake Bullen had two third period...

Post date: December 03, 2011

The Nova Scotia government has reached a deal with Resolute Forest Products to keep its Bowater Mersey paper mill operating. The five-year package amounts to $50 million dollars in total. Premier...

Post date: December 02, 2011

The black legged tick has been confirmed to be present in the Gavelton area of Yarmouth County. South West Health spokesperson Barb Johnson says recent tests confirm the bugs are there. The ticks can...

Post date: December 02, 2011

A big announcement coming today from Premier Darrell Dexter. It could help keep the Bowater Mersey paper mill running. A spokeswoman for Dexter has confirmed the government has worked out a multi-...

Post date: December 02, 2011

It's a huge development that may help keep the Bowater Mersey paper mill in production. The government of Nova Scotia has worked out a multi million-dollar support package for the Brooklyn based mill...

Post date: December 01, 2011

The CIBC Wood Gundy Lumberjacks head to Pictou Thursday night to battle the Weeks Crushers. The Jacks have dropped two in a row and are looking to bounce back from an 8-1 loss to Truro Saturday night...

Post date: December 01, 2011

The South Shore Canadian Tire Mustangs bring a modest two-game winning streak into Dartmouth Thursday night against the Taylor Flooring Major Midgets. Dartmouth leads the Mustangs by one point in a...

Post date: December 01, 2011

The Municipality of the District of Lunenburg has assumed control of Osprey Ridge Golf Course after the club couldn't meet a 60 day deadline to meet financial obligations. The Municipality issued a...

Post date: December 01, 2011

Several popular South Shore eating establishments have scored big at the Taste of Nova Scotia Prestige Awards. Fleur de Sel of Lunenburg won the Restaurant of the Year Award for chef inspired fine...

Post date: December 01, 2011

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