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"Job killing" Liberal budget deficit shows incompetent management, says PC critic

Progressive Conservative Finance critic Tim Houston says the McNeil Liberals’ incompetence is getting in the way of job creation and balancing the budget, accoring to a news release Monday.

Liberal Finance Minister Diana Whalen confirmed in a news conference Monday that the project provincial deficit is expected to be $274.5 million, rather than the $279 million projected previously.

Port Mouton featured in coastal research project

New Research Will Support Nova Scotia’s Coastal Communities

2015 season for Nova Star ferry a certainty

Winter route secured
The president of Nova Star Cruises Ltd. told a business meeting in Portland that it will take several years to rebuild the market for Portland-to-Nova Scotia service.

New doctor for Shelburne

Another new Family Physician has been successfully recruited to the Shelburne area and will soon start accepting new patients, according to a news release late Friday..

Jamie Cotter at Sea Dog Friday

Country crooner Jamie Cotter returns to the Sea Dog Friday for the popular Hootenanny series. His show of great country tunes starts at 8:00pm with a $5 cover. The kitchen closes at 9:00pm.

Opinion: Vision set for new Health Authority

Nova Scotians want and deserve the best health-care system possible.

They want timely access to consistent care. They want effective and efficient care. And they want it delivered to the highest possible quality in the safest manner possible in the most cost-effective way possible.

Opinion: Justice denied in Frank Anderson plea

Dan Leger in Chronicle Herald: The plea-bargain conviction last week of former South Shore development czar Frank Anderson brings an unsatisfactory end to a long-running tale of scandal, corruption and the mishandling of public funds.

Shelburne band nominated for Nova Scotia Music Award.

Shelburne band, Killick, is slated to compete with five others for Adadian/Francophone Artist of the Year in the 2014 in the upcoming Nopva Scotia Music Awards by Music Nova Scotia.

Jury at work on new Shelburne film festival

All the evidence has been submitted and now the jury is deliberating.  The latest criminal trial?  Hardly.  This jury is a 3 person panel who have agreed to judge the finalists in the Shelburne Film Expo's “Get Your Shorts On” competition.  “We are fortunate to have a highly experienced panel of judges,” said Rob Stork from SFE in a news release Friday. 

For sail - photo essay

Some great Facebook photos of the terrific young sailors from Shelburne Harbour, including a grand selfie from Tanner Christie. Photos courtesy Guy Tipton.