Yarmouth: Men rescued after fishing vessel sinks

Yarmouth: Men rescued after fishing vessel sinks

Updated at 13:35 - There is much relief and gratitude in southwestern Nova Scotia after four men were rescued after having to abandon their fish dragger that was sinking in the early morning hours of Saturday, Jan. 31.

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Advance View: Jan. 29

Updated on January 29, 2015 - BEACH HILL - A stack of wood near Beach Hill sparkles as the morning sun starts to shine behind the treeline.

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Acadia swimmers second overall at AUS meet at UPEI

Updated on January 29, 2015 - WOLFVILLE - The Acadia swim teams will enter the AUS championships on Feb. 6 at Dalhousie second in the conference after another solid performance at the final regular season meet Jan. 17-18 at UPEI..

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Winter thoughts: Gardening and Confederation

Updated on January 30, 2015 - By Elizabeth McMichael The only thing to keep one warm these days is to think about and talk about gardening.  I have been busy trying to keep the snow off the cold frame and digging turnips out of the snow..

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Digby TLC Pet of the Week

Updated on January 30, 2015 - Sneaker is a shy little fellow who keeps himself to himself. He is affectionate in his own quiet way and would do best in a single...

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Lessons learned looking ahead at Digby service centre

Updated on January 30, 2015 - DIGBY - There are two things Jason and Sonya Frost have discovered in setting up their new business—Halifax banks don’t always recognize the potential in rural Nova Scotia, and the West is always calling..

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MORE ABOUT THIS LATER: The race to the bottom

Updated at 18:20 - Here's a little scuttlebutt that the one per cent would rather you not know. I'm sure you learned from the papers and TV news that Target stores is closing down in Canada, leaving almost 18,000 employees out of work..

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