Paul Palmeter

Reporter

Paul Palmeter is an award-winning video journalist born and raised in the Annapolis Valley. He has covered news and sports stories across Nova Scotia for 30 years.

Latest from Paul Palmeter

Pictou County couple wins $5M in Lotto 6/49 draw

Wayne Munro and Jill Clausson-Munro have been using the same lotto numbers for 39 years — and they've finally paid off. The Kings Head, N.S., couple won $5 million in last Saturday's Lotto 6/49 draw.

Halifax-area minor hockey association wins $100,000 after national competition

A minor hockey association that serves communities near Halifax that were affected by last year's wildfires has received awards totaling $100,000 through a national competition that aims to provide financial assistance to Canadian hockey families.

Nova Scotia teams bring home medals from under-21 curling nationals

Nova Scotia teams won gold and silver medals on the weekend at the Canadian under-21 curling championships in Alberta.

Migrant worker with cancer in N.S. gets provincial health-care coverage

Kerian Burnett, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2022 while working on a Nova Scotia farm, received her Nova Scotia health card in the mail last week and now has MSI coverage.

Mooseheads star Jordan Dumais facing impaired driving charges

Halifax Mooseheads star Jordan Dumais is facing impaired driving charges and has been suspended for five games, including the team's first playoff game.

Cape Breton hockey teams outraged over handling of provincial high school hockey tournament

The Division 2 boys high school hockey championships were played in Yarmouth, N.S., last weekend, but not every team that qualified for the tournament got to play in the event.

Tribe Network continues to increase its services for Black and Indigenous entrepreneurs

A community organization dedicated to empowering Black and Indigenous entrepreneurship will receive $500,000 over three years from Emera.

Construction prep will begin this spring at site of new Halifax Infirmary acute-care tower

Health Minister Michelle Thompson has announced that fencing and excavation work will begin this spring at the site of a planned acute-care tower at the QEll Health Sciences Centre’s Halifax Infirmary.

Dalhousie wins big at Atlantic University Sport tournaments as season winds down

Hundreds of student athletes took part in Atlantic University Sport championship tournaments over the weekend, and the ones wearing black and gold had a lot of success. The Dalhousie Tigers laid claim to championships and individual honours at events in several locations.

2 Nova Scotia women now officiating games in PWHL

Two Nova Scotia female hockey officials are working games in the new Professional Women's Hockey League. Shauna Neary of Antigonish and Sophie Thomson of Halifax were on the ice for PWHL games last month.