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  1. Neptune Theatre posts second annual operating surplusRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    Neptune Theatre had a $31,525 surplus for the 2013-14 season, compared with a $17,345 surplus for 2012-13. "With shows never before seen in Halifax, traditional favourites, new Canadian work and a smash-hit musical, Neptune's 51st season was both artistically vibrant and financially successful," Rob Batherson, president of the Neptune Theatre Foundation, said in a news release issued after Tuesday's annual general meeting.

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  2. Two Greenwich firms sanctioned by SEC TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Connecticut Post

    16, 2014. This address is the location of Rockwood Investment Management that was recently fined by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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  3. N.B. Liberal leader condemns anti-abortion postcardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CTV

    New Brunswick's Liberal leader is condemning a pro-life postcard bearing a picture of him alongside several graphic images of abortions, saying the material is offensive and has no place in an election campaign. Brian Gallant said Tuesday that the pamphlet being distributed by the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform was inappropriate and offended many of those who received it in their mailboxes.

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  4. MLA takes roads issue to StormontRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lisburn Today

    Lagan Valley DUP Assembly Member Paul Givan has secured a debate at Stormont on the need for improvement of major junctions in the Knockmore and Prince William area. Having been working on this issue for several years, Mr Givan now brings this to the floor of the Assembly to once again raise awareness of the lack of progress from the DRD and DOE.

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  5. A Referendum on the Union JackRead the original story

    Yesterday | New Yorker

    It's often said that an era's fashions reflect its politics, but this week sees a chance for fashion designers to take the lead, as the London shows for the Spring 2015 collections coincide with the Scottish referendum on independence . Ever since a September 7th poll showed that a slight majority supported independence, there has been an onslaught of pro-union campaigning: warnings of market turmoil and a corporate exodus, and entreaties from the leaders of the three major British parties, who rushed north from Westminster to plea that the two neighbors really are "better together."

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  6. Gauvin Scholars shine at inaugural gala to honor 'stars' of AroostookRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangor Daily News

    The 2014 Gauvin Scholars were honored Saturday at a A'Night with the StarsA' gala at the University of Maine at Presque Isle.

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  7. Elizabeth, Queen of Scots? Chances good even if England's northern...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canada.com

    Rick Hansen welcomed The Countess of Wessex to the Blusson Spinal Cord Centre Sunday for a tour showcasing ground-breaking innovations in spinal cord injury care and research. Sir Elton, now 67, was in fine vocal form, belting out the words with a thunderous tone matching the way he hammered the keys on his Yamaha grand piano.

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  8. Saint John police expect $500K budget overrunRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Police Chief Bill Reid told Saint John council in April that his department needs a $1.5 budget increase next year to cover wages. The Saint John Police Force is on track to be $500,000 over budget this year following a contract settlement earlier this year between the city and its 147 unionized police officers.

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  9. Colts nervously approaching new seasonRead the original story

    Yesterday | Amherst Daily News

    While it is early to push any panic buttons, the executive of the Amherst Junior C Colts are looking on nervously as the season's training camp gets underway. Bodies were scarce in the opening night of camp, although it was expected that the Colts would be benefiting from cuts made at the Cumberland Blues training camp, and possibly from the newly formed Sackville Storm in New Brunswick.

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  10. Tournament 12 to showcase top Canadian high school talentRead the original story

    Yesterday | Toronto Blue Jays

    One of the biggest opportunities for young baseball players from north of the border now awaits them right at home. will give the top Draft-eligible Canadian high school talent a chance to showcase their skills in front of dozens of scouts and college recruiters on the big league stage at Rogers Centre.

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  11. 3 blind Saint John Transit passengers file human rights complaintsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Three visually impaired people in Saint John have filed complaints with the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission over the loss of free bus service in the city. Saint John Transit had been offering free bus rides for blind and partially sighted passengers for decades, but started charging those passengers full fare in July, citing concerns about discrimination.

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  12. Returning street name obvious choiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Guardian

    Charlottetown city councillor Rob Lantz, shows council Monday the list f names supporting the change of the name of University Avenue between Grafton and Euston Streets back its original Great George Street. Lantz was speaking during the regulart meeeting of council.

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  13. Autumn's an awesome time to visit New BrunswickRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Chronicle Herald

    The changing seasons are a common sight for those of us living in the Maritimes, but visitors living in warmer climates come to New Brunswick eagerly anticipating those crimson- and flame-coloured autumn leaves. "People come to New Brunswick throughout September and October to experience the natural beauty of their surroundings," says Jane Matthews-Clark, Communications Director at the department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture.

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  14. Explore local tastes 'n' flavours of New BrunswickRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Chronicle Herald

    Nestled on the picturesque Bay of Chaleur in Bathurst, New Brunswick, Nectar Restaurant International is truly a first-class dining experience. Thousands of people are coming to New Brunswick each fall in order to try their fresh seafood, locally-grown veggies, and velvety wines.

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  15. Irving Oil refinery production slows due to cracking unit issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Irving Oil Ltd. is set to embark on an unplanned maintenance program at its Saint John refinery after problems with one of the refinery's cracking units in the spring resulted in a "significant financial shortfall" for the company. A company newsletter in August stated the refinery has only been able to process 50,000 barrels per day in its residue fluid catalytic cracking unit.

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  16. Liberal silence on hotel levy worries Moncton councillorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Some Moncton city councillors are concerned a pledge to allow municipalities to charge a hotel levy has not been included in the Liberal party platform in the election campaign. Nobody on council pointed the finger directly at the Liberals at Monday's city council meeting, but, so far, only the Progressive Conservatives and the NDP say they'll enact a hotel room tax if elected.

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  17. Can someone tell us the date of this shot showing 16ft chandelier?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Argus

    It has been 80 years since the beginning of a renovation project which transformed the Brighton Dome . From humble beginnings as royal stables, through major refurbishments, closures and reopenings, FLORA THOMPSON looks at the history of the venue.

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  18. Bowmore Signs a Letter of Intent to Acquire 100% of the Victoria Lake ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Market Wire

    Bowmore Explorations Ltd. is pleased to announce that it has signed a Letter Of Intent to acquire 100% of the Victoria Lake Property located in southwestern New Brunswick, Canada from a group of private owners . The formal Option Agreement is to be entered into on or before September 30, 2014.

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  19. Alexander Singh Joins Acasta CapitalRead the original story

    Yesterday | Market Wire

    "We are building at Acasta Capital a best-in-class and unique merchant bank that aligns its interests with those of its corporate clients and investment partners to achieve exceptional and transformative growth in value. Our firm focuses on unlocking that value in creative and innovative ways by identifying opportunities that others don't see," stated Dr. Anthony Melman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Acasta Capital.

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  20. David Alward campaigns quietly in northwestern N.B.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    At Madeline Dube's invitation, he began the day in front of the Edmundston pulp mill, saying he wanted to showcase the mill's survive-and-thrive attitude. Over the workers' lunch hour at the Irving mill in St. Leonard, there were a few impromptu speeches about bringing people back to work in New Brunswick.

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