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UARB hears about possible water line abandonment

TATAMAGOUCHE - Three local families will have to wait a few months before a decision is made about their water line. The Municipality of Colchester County, on behalf of...

Community rallying behind Tatamagouche family with boy diagnosed with form of cancer

TATAMAGOUCHE - A young Tatamagouche boy is fighting a form of cancer, and the community is behind him and his family. Declan Nicholson was diagnosed on Jan. 7 with...
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Worldwide initiatives for sustainable forestry

TATAMAGOUCHE - Nova Scotia forests are part of the global network that everyone needs.  By keeping arboreal areas healthy, our wooded lands promise a multitude of advantages.

Annual Tatamagouche Christmas Bird Count sees more than 50 species of birds documented

TATAMAGOUCHE - With weather always a factor, it was a relief to have near perfect conditions for the eighth Tatamagouche Christmas Bird Count (CBC) held on Jan. 4, 2020.

Tam Flemming welcomes new members to tai chi

TATAMAGOUCHE - Tai chi was a life changer for North Shore resident and instructor in the Taoist Tai Chi arts, Tam Flemming.  When Flemming was 31, he was...

Tatamagouche ER closed Jan. 23

TATAMAGOUCHE - The collaborative emergency centre in Tatamagouche will be closed once this week because no physician is available. The Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital's emergency department will be closed:

Manager of forest owners co-op takes role on transition team created from Northern Pulp’s...

WENTWORTH - Greg Watson is spending countless hours listening to the people. Watson is the manager of the North Nova Forest Owners Co-op in Wentworth, a co-operative that has close...

Bridgewater keeping Wentworth history alive

WENTWORTH - Wentworth has its own historian. As people interested in the history of the community of Wentworth, the Friends of the Old Wentworth Valley Schoolhouse thought it was time...

Pugwash ER closures, Jan. 5-11

PUGWASH - Lack of physician coverage is closing the North Cumberland Memorial Hospital's emergency department a number of times over the next week. The ER will be closed:

Environment minister asks for more details on effluent pipe proposal

PICTOU - Northern Pulp’s effluent pipe proposal continues to remain in limbo. Environment Minister Gordon Wilson has sought an environmental assessment report from Northern Pulp for its proposed effluent...


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