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  • Defibrillator returned, one suspect still sought.--Feb 15/19

    The defibrillator is back. Police say a defibrillator taken from the Beveridge Arts Acentre at Acadia on Febraury 8 was returned to the University last evening.
  • Limited walk-in clinic access on long weekend.--Feb 15/19

    You’ll have limited access to a walk-in clinic over the long weekend.
  • Province says it welcome record number of immigrants last year.--Feb 15/19

    The provincial government says the province welcomed more immigrants in 2018 than any other year.
  • Criticism surrounds financial details of Yarmouth ferry -- Feb 15/19

    The Opposition Tories and N-D-P say the Province’s Transport minister isn’t exhibiting an adequate level of knowledge about the financial details surrounding the Yarmouth ferry’s move to Bar Harbour, Maine.
  • Gas prices climb for the long weekend -- Feb 15/19

    You’ll be paying more at the pumps this long weekend.
  • Nominations open for provincial volunteer awards.--Feb 15/19

    Nominations are now being accepted for the Province’s volunteer awards.
  • Lawyers apply to represent cryptocurrency traders -- Feb 15/19

    More than a dozen lawyers converged in a Halifax courtroom yesterday with their pitches to represent creditors owed 260 million dollars in the Quadriga C-X cryptocurrency debacle.
  • Home invasion in Garland's Crossing.--Feb 14/19

    Windsor RCMP say just after 10 pm last night, a woman in Galrnad’s Crossing found a man standing in her kitchen wearing black clothing from head to toe, dark sunglasses, and a ski mask.
  • Brison joins Bank of Montreal.--Feb 14/19

    Former Kings Hants M-P and cabinet minister, Scott Brison is joining the Bank of Montreal after stepping away from politics earlier this month.
  • Notorious thief dies.--Feb 14/19

    A wealthy  man who filled his lakeside home north of Halifax with at least half a million dollars worth of stolen historic artifacts and art has died.
  • Vehicle inspector facing charges after fatal crash.--Feb 14/19

    A vehicle inspector facing criminal charges in a fatal two-vehicle crash is reported to have recently been dismissed from his job with the provincial government.

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February 15 2019 , 10:58:00 • Kentville
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