Medal of Bravery Deadline Nomination Approaching

first_img For more information, contact Nadia Gardin at 902-424-5941, e-mail or visit Completed nomination forms should be sent to Provincial Secretary, Medal of Bravery, Department of Justice, 4th floor, 5151 Terminal Rd., Halifax, B3J 2L6. There is still time to recognize people who have put themselves at risk to protect others. The nomination deadline for Nova Scotia’s sixth annual Medal of Bravery award is May 1. The award is a chance to honour friends, family members, neighbours or colleagues who have acted courageously to protect the life or property of others. “I encourage anyone who knows someone who has acted courageously to take the time to send in a nomination,” said Medal of Bravery Advisory Committee Chair Duncan Miller. “We want to help recognize acts of bravery, and hopefully, inspire other Nova Scotians.” The acts of bravery must have occurred on, or after, Jan. 1, 2007. Nomination forms are available at Access Nova Scotia Centres, offices of members of the legislative assembly and online at An advisory panel will select the recipients. Medal of Bravery Advisory Committee members include: Chair of committee the CEO of the Emergency Management Office the deputy minister of Justice the Nova Scotia fire marshal the president of the Nova Scotia Chiefs of Police Association the commander of Land Force Atlantic Area Ann MacLean, former mayor, Town of New Glasgow Paul Pettipas, CEO Nova Scotia Home Builders Association last_img read more

Two airline employees detained with gold

The two airline employees had in their possession 75 gold biscuits weighing 7.5 Kg valued at Rs. 37.50 million.The gold had been brought from Singapore on an Emirates flight.  The two suspects were handed over to the CID for further Investigations. (Colombo Gazette) Two employees of an airline company were detained at the Bandaranaike International Airport this morning with gold biscuits.The Customs Department said that the airline staff were detained by Sri Lankan Airlines security staff and handed over to the Customs Department for investigations.