Portapique artist’s first children’s book is an adventure in colour
Truro teen receives Royal Conservatory of Music gold medal
Riders hone their skills at Bible Hill clinic
ElevateHer providing mental health support to females in Nova Scotia
Paramedics hold annual toy drive in Truro
Central Onslow girl collects Christmas donations for local homeless
Climate strikers brave the cold in Truro: Video
Yoga East offers fitness and flexibility in Truro
Needle pokes a workplace hazard at Kemptown recycling facility
Drug-dealing Lunenburg County grandfather sentenced to two years in jail
Toppled Halifax crane removal cost $2 million
Andrea Paul re-elected chief of Pictou Landing First Nation
Struggling to survive on social assistance
Bridgewater resident arraigned on immigration, fraud charges
Respond time for Cape Breton accused may increase
Cape Breton accused released on conditions may now have gained an additional two minutes to present themselves on their doorsteps during regular night checks by police and probation officials. A standard clause for those released on a recognizance ...
Four charged after police recover 10 recreational vehicles valued at $40,000
Four people are facing a variety of theft-related charges after police recovered 10 stolen recreational vehicles valued at $40,000. Cumberland RCMP began investigating the theft of a side-by-side vehicle on Nov. 24 and on Nov. 26 the Cumberland ...
Nova Scotia to ban flavoured vaping products as of April 1
The Nova Scotia government will ban flavoured e-cigarettes and vaping juice as of April 1. The move comes after a recent Smoke-Free Nova Scotia survey concluded that 95 per cent of young Nova Scotians who vape said they prefer ...
Chinese airline to start direct charter flights to Halifax next fall
Tourists from China will be able to fly directly to Nova Scotia starting next fall. In an announcement Thursday morning. Premier Stephen McNeil said a direct charter flight from Guangzhou to Halifax will arrive in September and another in ...
Bryony House finds temporary shelter location
Bryony House has found a temporary shelter after being homeless since post-tropical storm Dorian. The temporary shelter is expected to open in the next two weeks, Maria MacIntosh, Bryony House executive director, said in a news ...
Yarmouth County man found not guilty of attempted murder
Anger over an alleged stolen puppy, coupled with shots fired, the burning of two vehicles and accusations of threats involving a racial slur were part of the evidence a Supreme Court justice had to sort through in determining whether to find a ...
Nova Scotia pledges more nurse practitioners to address doctor shortage at nursing homes
The province’s move to hire more nurse practitioners to alleviate a critical shortage of nursing home doctors amounts to patchwork and doesn’t address a long-term care system in crisis, say opposition members. Health Minister Randy ...
Killer of LGTB activist Raymond Taavel granted greater freedom
Andre Denny will be allowed unsupervised overnight stays at an unsecure bungalow on the grounds of the East Coast Forensic Hospital. On Dec. 4, the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal overruled a Crown challenge to a decision by the Criminal Code Review ...
Halifax Explosion survivor's daughter hopes to speak at memorial services
Marilyn Davidson Elliott could go on for hours about her father, Eric Davidson, who survived the Halifax Explosion. But at Friday’s memorial service, she would only need a few minutes to share what Davidson endured on Dec. 6, ...
Eight-year-old Amherst girl youngest to earn Nova Scotia Medal of Bravery
Best day ever. That’s how eight-year-old Amherst resident Sophia LeBlanc described her day on Dec. 4 when she and Elijah Woods of Port Hood were presented with 2019 Medal of Bravery Awards. LeBlanc is the youngest Nova Scotian to be ...