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Regional development redux... again

Embattled RDA chief, Frank Anderson

Roseway ER closed Tuesday

Roseway Hospital Emergency Dept Closed Tuesday August 19

Closed 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.

Shelburne’s Roseway Hospital Emergency Department will be closed for 11 hours during the day on Tuesday, August 19:

Tuesday, August 19, starting at 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. 

This closure is because of the unavailability of a physician. We apologize for any inconvenience this closure may cause.

Cool kayaking in Shelburne

See Chronicle Herald story about Kayak Festival this weekend:

Danny Acker at Sea Dog Friday

Danny Acker channels John Denver and several other folk/pop stars from the 60s and 70s. He is a genuine pleasure to watch and to hear.

Shelburne Kayak Festival growing each year

The Shelburne Kayak Festival takes place in what organizers describe as "paddle perfect waters," and seemsd to be growing with each passing year.

Lisa Buchanan joins hubby Chett for Dinner & Music - House Party Wednesday

Chett Buchanan brings his folksy, bluesy rock and rolly musical antics to a new summer music series, Dinner & Music at the Sea Dog on Wednesdays in July and August.

Still time to "Get your shorts on"

Workshops a success - new shorts deadline

Opinion: Fisheries minister wrong on five cent lobster levy

Guest Editorial by Sterling Belliveau

Last week Fisheries Minister Keith Colwell, on behalf of the Liberal government, announced a new 5 cent a pound lobster tax on all lobster landings in Nova Scotia.

Lunenburg, Yarmouth among rural tranportation groups to be funded

Municipal Affairs Minister Mark Furey announced Friday in a news release funding for nine projects under the Nova Scotia Transit Research Incentive Program today.

The program supports initiatives that will generate new or improved public transit services in rural and underserviced urban areas of the province. In total, $167,625 is being invested under the program this year.

"It is important that we support pilot projects, studies and business planning, where we can, that could result in improved public transit services for Nova Scotians," said Mr. Furey.