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  1. Tom Hastie back as Northern Yacht Club commodoreRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Cape Breton Post

    Tom Hastie was returned as commodore of the Northern Yacht Club at the club's annual general meeting on Sunday. The Northern Yacht Club on Seaview Drive in North Sydney is planning to build a green space on the property that will be open to the public.

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  2. New Waterford woman fights for parents sick childrenRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Cape Breton Post

    A New Waterford woman who spent years lobbying for benefits for parents with a critically ill child is back at the podium. Valerie Loveys, whose daughter Stephanie died from cancer in 2008, said although Bill C-44 was passed last year, it's not enough.

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  3. Waterman to be honoured by CBRM for human rights workRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Cape Breton Post

    Archbishop Vincent Waterman is seen outside of St. Philip's African Orthodox Church in Whitney Pier on Wednesday. Waterman is this year's recipient of the Tom Miller Human Rights Award.

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  4. Golfer Kel Nagle DiesRead the original story

    1 hr ago | ContactMusic.com

    As well as winning over 60 tournaments in his homeland, Nagle won the British Open in 1960 and lost a play-off for the U.S. Open championship in 1965. Born in North Sydney in 1920, the golfing great turned professional in 1946 and won the Australian Pga championship three years later.

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  5. Court dates issued for Northside men in theft caseRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    Greg Owen MacLean, 31, of Pierce Street, North Sydney, and Guy Thomas Pike, 34, of Ocean Street, Sydney Mines, are both charged with mischief by cutting out copper wire from a business located in the Northside Business Park. Pike is facing an individual count of breaching a court order.

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  6. Paperwork being finalized for sale of North Sydney's Archibald WharfRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    The Cape Breton Regional Municipality is in the process of finalizing the sale of Archibald's Wharf in North Sydney. Council approved sale of Archibald Wharf at its Dec. 19 meeting, to allow Canadian Maritime Engineering to expand its shipyard.

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  7. Jimmy Rankin, The Town Heroes leading ECMA nominees from Cape BretonRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    The Town Heroes, featuring Bruce Gillis, left, and Mike Ryan, earned two East Coast Music Awards last year in Charlottetown, P.E.I., and are now nominated for three more this year. Jimmy Rankin, a native of Mabou, is nominated for East Coast Music Awards' album of the year, country recording of the year and solo recording of the year for his album "Back Road Paradise," and for fan's choice video of the year and song of the year for his hit song "Cool Car."

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  8. Australian golfing great Kel Nagle dies, aged 94Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | ABC News

    Nagle, winner of the British Open in 1960, was with his family when he died early Thursday morning in Sydney's Mona Vale hospital. "It's a sad day for golf, we've lost a champion of our game," chief executive of the Australian PGA, Brian Thorburn, said.

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  9. Coal Bowl players tip off against storms and examsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | CBC News

    The Coal Bowl is a national basketball tournament that attract teams from across the country. Visiting teams stay at the school for the week.

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  10. Albury officer Les Nugent honoured with Australian Police MedalRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Border Mail

    Sen-Sgt Nugent, who joined the NSW Police Force as a trainee in 1971, said he was honoured to receive the Australian Police Medal. Sen-Sgt Nugent has worked in a range of roles within the force and has been stationed in North Sydney, Gundagai, Quirindi, Goulburn, the Murray District and Albury.

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  11. Waiting for another legal shoe to dropRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Amherst Daily News

    By any accounting, living to 97, as Antonio Ciccarello did in New York, would be considered a long life. Many of us won't come close to that.

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  12. Westcott signs with PanthersRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Central Western Daily

    ORANGE CYMS' junior Toby Westcott's rise to rugby league stardom took a new twist in 2015, with the prodigiously talented half signing a three-year contract with the Penrith Panthers. Westcott played in North Sydney's NSWRL Harold Matthews Cup side in 2014, and had the option of returning to the Bears this season.

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  13. Jimmy Rankin, The Town Heroes among island ECMA nomineesRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    Artists hailing from Inverness County had a big morning with Jimmy Rankin earning five East Coast Music Award nominations and The Town Heroes claiming three nominations. The nominations were announced Wednesday morning in St. John's, NL, where East Coast Music Week will be held April 8-12.

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  14. Eastern Passages: Delayed murderRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Nova News Now

    By any accounting, living to 97, as Antonio Ciccarello did in New York, would be considered a long life. Many of us won't come close to that.

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  15. NSPI in talks with Donkin mine ownersRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Truro Daily News

    The entrance to the Donkin mine is seen in this file photo. A Cape Breton Regional Municipality says ays Cline Group now has go-ahead to operate the mine.

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  16. Storm keeps Cape Bretoners at homeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Cape Breton Post

    Pal and Lily, two frisky boxers, are straining to get back to playing in the snow while owner Ashley Kibyuk manages to keep them under control. A lone plow was the only traffic on Charlotte St. mid-afternoon on Tuesday, during the height of the storm.

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  17. Storm keeps most Cape Bretoners at homeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Cape Breton Post

    Pal and Lily, two frisky boxers, are straining to get back to playing in the snow while owner Ashley Kibyuk manages to keep them under control. The iconic giant Cape Breton fiddle is battered with snow on Tuesday morning as a major snowstorm begins to descend on the island.

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  18. 'Moderate livelihood' remains unclearRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Chronicle Herald

    Donald Marshall Jr., right, is greeted by lawyer Anne Derrick, left, as Mi'kmaq lawyer Bernd Christmas looks on in Halifax on Friday, Sept. 17, 1999.

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  19. Actor Lyriq Bent hails 'incredible love story' in CBC miniseries The Book of NegroesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Chronicle Herald

    The Book of Negroes tells the heart-wrenching tale of Aminata Diallo, captured as a child in her African homeland, sold into slavery in South Carolina and her long, hard-fought journey to freedom. "When you read the title, The Book of Negroes, you think it's something to do with slavery, a story about the struggles and hardships of black people during slavery," says Bent, who stars as Chekura, husband of Aminata , in the epic six-part CBC miniseries, airing Wednesdays through Feb. 11. "It is, but is that the nucleus? After reading it, I thought what an incredible love story.

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  20. Heavy traffic causes havoc for Sydney driversRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Canberra Times

    A nine-kilometre queue through the Eastern Distributor and Sydney Harbour tunnel caused havoc on Sydney's roads on what is the first day back at school for many children. All southbound lanes have reopened on South Dowling Street in Kensington after a three vehicle accident at the Eastern Distributor Exit.

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