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NS and Northern Pulp Reach Broad Settlement

NS and Northern Pulp Reach Broad Settlement

The Province’s negotiations through a court-ordered mediation process have resulted in a...

NS and Northern Pulp Reach Broad Settlement

NS and Northern Pulp Reach Broad Settlement

The Province’s negotiations through a court-ordered mediation process have resulted in a settlement agreement with Paper Excellence Group, owner of the Northern Pulp mill in Pictou County.
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Oxford Reverts to Paper Ballots for Voting

Oxford Reverts to Paper Ballots for Voting

Oxford Town Council took a step back in time last night with the aim of saving a few thousand...

Oxford Reverts to Paper Ballots for Voting

Oxford Reverts to Paper Ballots for Voting

Oxford Town Council took a step back in time last night with the aim of saving a few thousand dollars in the upcoming municipal election in October.
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Oxford Considers an ATV By-law

Oxford Considers an ATV By-law

All-terrain-vehicle (ATV) access to the town’s streets was a notable discussion at last...

Oxford Considers an ATV By-law

Oxford Considers an ATV By-law

All-terrain-vehicle (ATV) access to the town’s streets was a notable discussion at last night’s meeting of Oxford Town Council.
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Springhill Fire Hall Collides with Past

Springhill Fire Hall Collides with Past

Site preparation for a new fire hall in Springhill stopped abruptly today when contractors...

Springhill Fire Hall Collides with Past

Springhill Fire Hall Collides with Past

Site preparation for a new fire hall in Springhill stopped abruptly today when contractors encountered existing underground concrete.
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NS Gets Failing Grade in Children's Car Safety

NS Gets Failing Grade in Children's Car Safety

The summer season is approaching and an increase in road travel is expected. Nova Scotia RCMP...

NS Gets Failing Grade in Children's Car Safety

NS Gets Failing Grade in Children's Car Safety

The summer season is approaching and an increase in road travel is expected. Nova Scotia RCMP Traffic Services emphasises the critical importance of properly securing children in vehicles.
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Amherst Woman Jailed for Auto Theft

Amherst Woman Jailed for Auto Theft

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Amherst Woman Jailed for Auto Theft

Amherst Woman Jailed for Auto Theft

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Burn Safe or Face a $25,000 Fine

Burn Safe or Face a $25,000 Fine

Wild fires have erupted in British Columbia and the Minister of Natural Resources says officials in...

Burn Safe or Face a $25,000 Fine

Burn Safe or Face a $25,000 Fine

Wild fires have erupted in British Columbia and the Minister of Natural Resources says officials in Nova Scotia are already concerned about the wildfire season here.
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Criminal Charges in Amherst Car Crash

Criminal Charges in Amherst Car Crash

An Amherst man is facing extremely serious criminal charges following a motor vehicle collision in...

Criminal Charges in Amherst Car Crash

Criminal Charges in Amherst Car Crash

An Amherst man is facing extremely serious criminal charges following a motor vehicle collision in Fort Lawrence that resulted in the death of three people.
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Council Orders Demolition of Pugwash Property

Council Orders Demolition of Pugwash Property

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Council Orders Demolition of Pugwash Property

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If the Municipality of Cumberland has its way, Canada Day celebrations in Pugwash will be a whole lot brighter and cleaner.
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All Oxford Departments Busy in Spring

All Oxford Departments Busy in Spring

Oxford Town Council met last evening in back-to-back sessions, with the regular monthly...

All Oxford Departments Busy in Spring

All Oxford Departments Busy in Spring

Oxford Town Council met last evening in back-to-back sessions, with the regular monthly Committee-of-the-Whole (COW) meeting, followed by another for the purpose of passing the 2024–2025 budget.

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Highway Collision is Top Story in Six Rivers
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Highway Collision is Top Story in Six Rivers

A two vehicle collision on Saturday in West Pugwash has become the most read story on Six Rivers News. It eclipses the previous high count by more than 300%.

At the time of this writing, 4,354 people have clicked on the headline to read the story. The previous high count was 1,330 people who read about the unique skate park in Oxford back in July.

The system in the background of Six Rivers website keeps a count of the unique readers of each story on the news site. When people click a story, their unique IP address (internet protocol) is captured. If the same person return s to read they story again, they click is not counted because each IP address is allowed only one count.

That means, over four thousand people, so far, clicked to read about that accident. While Six Rivers News is not happy about the mishap, we are certainly happy that so many people want to read our stories on the internet.

Similarly, our news stories are also part of our radio news at Six Rivers Radio, listen HERE. Our radio station plays all hit music 24 hours each day. We also invite your comments and requests each weekday morning on "Morning Talk" from 8 to 10 am each weekday morning. To take part, simply phone 902-614-3000 to talk live with our morning host, Bill Martin.

We also appreciate your comments about our programming and our news coverage. Please call with your news tips to 902-614-3000 or email news@sixrivers.ca.

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This Week

Thursday, May 23, 2024 9:00 AM

Listen to Murray Scott, Mayor of Cumberland County, on Morning Talk every Thursday at 9:00. Mayor Scott is not available today.
Thursday, May 23, 2024 10:00 AM

Stephen Emmerson will be on Morning Talk to chat about The Big Give, a huge community fundraiser in Amherst. Listen at 10:01.

Thursday, May 23, 2024 1:00 PM

Walk and Talk is held every Tuesday and Thursday at 1 pm at the Wentworth Recreation Centre.

Saturday, May 25, 2024 8:00 PM

Listen to Saturday Night in a Harbour Town, traditional East Coast Music, with your host, Eric MacEwen, Saturdays at 8 pm.
Sunday, May 26, 2024 11:00 AM

Hope Centre Online offers a faith based message that challenges you to look at today's culture and issues in a new way. Every Sunday at 11am at www.hopecentre.ca, YouTube, or Facebook.

Sunday, May 26, 2024 1:00 PM

Listen to a replay of Saturday Night in a Harbour Town with host Eric MacEwen, every Sunday at 1 pm.
Sunday, May 26, 2024 3:00 PM

Listen to Let's Talk, a live, radio, talk show syndicated across the Maritimes on nine radio stations, hosted at Hope Centre in Pugwash, NS. Listen every Sunday at 3 pm on Inspire FM or hopecentre.ca or sixrivers.ca.

Monday, May 27, 2024 8:00 PM

Pickleball and Basketball played every Monday from 8 to 9 pm at the OREC gym in Oxford. Click HERE for details.

Tuesday, May 28, 2024 9:45 AM

Listen to Stephen Ellis, Member of Parliament for Cumberland-Colchester, on Morning Talk every 2nd Tuesday at 9:41.
Tuesday, May 28, 2024 1:00 PM

The Oxford Seniors Club (31 Ellis Street) will host a Coffee House from 1 to 3 pm every Tuesday. All Are Welcome.

Tuesday, May 28, 2024 6:00 PM

Women's Pickle Ball is played every Tuesday from 6 to 8 PM at the Wentworth Recreation Centre.

Wednesday, May 29, 2024 9:00 AM

Listen to Tory Rushton, Minister of Natural Resources and Renewables on Morning Talk each Wednesday at 9:01.
Wednesday, May 29, 2024 10:45 AM

Listen to Oxford Mayor Greg Henley on Morning Talk every Wednesday at 10:41.

How to listen to Six Rivers Radio:

1. Click: https://usa10.fastcast4u.com/sixrivers. Bookmark or add to your favourites for easy access in future.

2. Click the radio tab and All Hit Radio on the menu above and click the play arrow.

3. Download the app for your smartphone or tablet.

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