Lobster fishermen have close call

Lobster fishermen have close call

Updated at 17:08 - MIMINEGASH -- Miminegash lobster fisherman, Terry Gallant revved his engine to full-power Saturday as he struggled to steer his boat, the TJ Hooker, safely back to port in heavy seas after his rudder box broke free.

New Municipalities Act on hold

Updated at 15:48 - Work on the long-awaited Municipalities Act has been put on the back burner a new funding formula is worked out.

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Mulcair to visit Egmont NDP riding

Updated at 14:06 - Leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada, Thomas Mulcair, will be on Prince Edward Island to attend the party’s Egmont riding...

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Narragansett nails Summerside feature

Updated on September 21, 2014 - SUMMERSIDE – Narragansett used his dangerous finishing kick to knock out the competition in winning the Sunday feature at Red Shores Summerside..

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N.S.-Maine ferry service ending early

Updated on September 10, 2014 - The head of the ferry service that links Nova Scotia with Maine says the company is ending its first sailing season nearly three...

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Prince County card party results

Updated on September 19, 2014 - Parkview Seniors - Sept. 11 Women: First – Barb DesRoches, 2nd – Margarite Arsenautl, 3rd – Florence Warren.

Westisle Composite High School News

Updated on September 19, 2014 - By Laura Hardy Student reporter Thank you to all who came out last week for Meet the Teacher. It was great for the teachers to meet...

Kinkora Regional High School Report

Updated on September 19, 2014 - By Leah Craig School Reporter   DATES TO REMEMBER Sept. 23 to 28 - Canadian Student Leadership Conference in Kelowna, B.C.

Kensington Intermediate Senior High news

Updated on September 19, 2014 - By Sabrina Nunn and Brooke Johnston KISH staff participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challange on Friday Sept. 12. Staff and students...

This Week at Three Oaks Senior High

Updated on September 19, 2014 - Sept. 22 - 26 By Barbra ForbesMonday, Sept. 22 - (Day 1) The men and women’s ‘AAA’ volleyball host Bluefield at 5:30 p.m. The ‘AAA’...

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Amalgamation not always bad

Updated at 14:22 - With minimal fanfare, the communities of Central Bedeque and Bedeque agreed last year, on their own, to merge – or amalgamate if you want to use what has almost become a dirty or scary word in some circles..

The story of modern agriculture

Updated at 11:14 - For most Canadians, their first point of contact with food along the production chain is in a grocery store. We put much more...

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