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  1. Dragons unbeaten in SG BallRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Illawarra Mercury

    The St George SG Ball representative side have continued their unbeaten start to the season with a 40-12 win over Central Coast at Norford Park. THE St George SG Ball representative side have continued their unbeaten start to the season with a 40-12 win over Central Coast at Norford Park.

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  2. Hearing for Glace Bay woman to continue later this monthRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    A Glace Bay woman is to return to provincial court March 23 for a continuation of her preliminary hearing on charges including dangerous driving causing death.

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  3. New postal outlet now open in Glace BayRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    Officials with the Canada Post Corporation say there's now a postal outlet in the Shoppers Drug Mart at 255 Commercial St., Glace Bay. Canada Post officials say their retail network grew by 73 franchise postal outlets in 2014 to provide Canadians with additional locations offering convenient hours and complementary services and the Shoppers Drug Mart in Glace Bay is the newest addition.

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  4. One hundred-year-old dancer Eileen Kramer still taking to the stageRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Dancer and choreographer Eileen Kramer says there is really only one reason people are talking about her upcoming show: that she has been alive "for such a long time." Eileen is a neat 100-years-old, an age she describes as magical.

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  5. Hunt fined for cocaine possessionRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | West Australian

    Karmichael Hunt's sporting career hangs in the balance after the code-hopping star was fined for possessing cocaine in a Queensland court. Hunt, 28, pleaded guilty to four charges of possessing cocaine at Southport Magistrates Court on Thursday after purchasing a total of 12.5 grams of the drug on four occasions from September 1 to October 3. The former NRL and AFL player, who is currently contracted to Super Rugby's Queensland Reds, was fined $2,500.

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  6. Sprong, Chlapik record two points in Islanders' winRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Guardian

    Charlottetown Islanders blue-liner Dexter Weber, left, defends against Cape Breton Screaming Eagles forward Stephen Anderson during Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action Wednesday in Sydney, N.S. Filip Chlapik scored the winner 21 seconds into the third period Wednesday as the Charlottetown Islanders defeated the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 3-2 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Ross Johnston and Daniel Sprong also scored for Charlottetown while Kameron Kielly, Oliver Cooper, Dexter Weber, Chlapik, Sprong and Ryan MacKinnon had helpers.

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  7. Cape Breton team attends top mining eventRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    Nine Cape Breton companies and groups are at a national conference in Toronto this week to share their knowledge and expertise in mine and site remediation. The contingent, called the Prosperity Framework environmental engineering team, is attending the 2015 Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada conference.

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  8. Northside man found not guilty of sexual assaultRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    A Nova Scotia Supreme Court justice issued a not guilty verdict Wednesday for a Northside man charged with sexual assault. Gogan said she was troubled by the memory lapses of the female complainant and rejected a Crown contention that the lack of memory was the result of being knocked out by O'Brien.

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  9. Sydney River student pens heartfelt songRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    Cruz Wilson played his song "Music is My Life" at Sydney River Elementary, Wednesday. A video has been created for the song and it will play a prominent role in the Cape Breton-Victoria Regional School Board's Music Monday celebrations in May. Cruz Wilson's submitted his original song "Music Is My Life" to the national Music Monday song competition for students earlier this year.

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  10. Solar panels should shine in renewables planRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    Darren Googoo, Membertou's director of education, stands outside the community's new $8.2-million elementary school - likely the greenest school in the province, with geothermal heating and cooling, and solar panels that feed into the Nova Scotia Power grid and that will earn the school a credit of $12,000 to $18,000 a year. As Nova Scotians are reviewing the provincial renewable energy strategy, large wind generators are nearing the maximum load system contribution.

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  11. My School: state's big improvers revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Age

    Eighty five per cent of year 5 students at Seven Hills North Public School were in the top three bands for reading and writing. Parents, grandparents and even families who have long left Seven Hills North Public can always be found in the school's classrooms.

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  12. Mental Health And The Failure Of The Medicare Principle Of UniversalityRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Scientific Blogging

    Researchers say they have clear and detailed evidence of the inequitable delivery of mental health care services for disadvantaged Australians. Introduced in 1975, Australia's national health insurance scheme Medicare was envisioned to deliver the most equitable and efficient means of providing health insurance coverage for all Australians.

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  13. The failure of the Medicare principle of universality, AustraliaRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Medical News Today

    Monash University researchers have revealed for the first time clear and detailed evidence of the inequitable delivery of mental health care services for disadvantaged Australians. Introduced in 1975, Australia's national health insurance scheme Medicare was envisioned to deliver the most equitable and efficient means of providing health insurance coverage for all Australians.

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  14. Mayor, council should explain where port report is wrongRead the original story

    Yesterday | Cape Breton Post

    Last week witnessed the Cape Breton Regional Municipality council officially reject the report on the Port of Sydney's future prepared by MacNeil Management Consultants. In a 10-2 vote, with councillors Ray Paruch and Eldon MacDonald in the minority, CBRM Mayor Cecil Clarke and most of council disavowed much of the critical commentary they received from consultant Neil MacNeil respecting the viability of a container terminal in the Port of Sydney anytime in the near future.

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  15. Cape Breton woman's campaign a crowdfunding successRead the original story

    Yesterday | Cape Breton Post

    Julia Hawkins set up a crowdfunding campaign for Kurtis Shawn Jack who was brutally assaulted near his homemade shelter in the woods behind the Atlantic Superstore in North Sydney in 2014. NORTH SYDNEY - Julia Hawkins offers a simple explanation for why she set up an online crowdfunding campaign that brought in $22,000 for a severely beaten homeless man, who she had previously seen a few times near where she works in North Sydney.

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  16. Cuts to parks could hurt tourism, says Cape Breton workerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cape Breton Post

    When Melissa Lake received a call to attend a meeting related to work last week, the Whycocomagh Provincial Park office worker had no idea it would be the end of her 18-year career. An American marten released in the Whycocomagh area in this file photo takes a look around at its new home.

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  17. Treaties could be studied in Cape Breton schoolsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Cape Breton Post

    Brenda Ahenakew from Saskatchewan's Office of the Treaty Commissioner offers insight on treaty education in schools on Tuesday in Membertou. Ahenakew was in town as part of two days of workshops on the issue.

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  18. Lenten lunches continue Wednesday in North SydneyRead the original story

    Yesterday | Cape Breton Post

    St. John's Anglican Church in North Sydney has been offering weekly ecumenical luncheons as part of its Lenten celebrations for over 35 years.

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  19. Nine more crossing guard cuts sought in CBRMRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Chronicle Herald

    Simpson, vice-president of Local 761 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, which represents crossing guards, said he only wishes the employees had been consulted properly. Police are recommending the crossing guard cuts in light of school closures due to declining enrolment.

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  20. NSSAF basketball, wrestling champions to be decidedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Chronicle Herald

    The girls' tournament will be hosted by the Griffins and the Cougars will stage the boys' event. Joining Horton at the girls' provincials are Citadel, Auburn Drive, Cole Harbour, C.P. Allen, Dr. J.H. Gillis, North Nova and Memorial.

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