Jingle Bell Frolic set for Nov. 29
‘One day at a time’ for Antigonish couple
‘The best cup of tea around’
'Quirky Christmas tune' is third single
Jeremy Dutcher to take APA stage Dec. 1 in Antigonish
Barron shining in second season with Junior Bulldogs
Strait Area Chamber hosts fall awards dinner
Lambke captures consecutive AUS titles with Capers
Ingonish Beach woman among Order of Nova Scotia inductees
Halifax murder trial to run longer than scheduled, judge advises jury
Moderator quits all-male panel set to discuss women’s contributions at Halifax security forum
Plea date assigned for Dominion man
Every home in Nova Scotia should be tested for radon, says expert, as province adds more test kits
As mom sobs, drunk driver apologizes before being sentenced for killing Halifax bottle collector Wray Hart
Kings County man handed federal sentence for committing incest
A Kings County man has been sentenced to federal time for committing incest. ...
What is muzzle loaded hunting? A Pictou County hunter explains
For three seconds after you pull the trigger you see nothing. Suspense is all you feel. It's the biggest thrill of it all, says James Agnew. For the last five years Agnew has been deer hunting with a muzzle loaded rifle almost ...
Armed Dartmouth man shot by police pleads guilty in Kentville court to four charges
A Dartmouth man who was shot after pulling a handgun on an RCMP officer during a traffic stop in Kings County last year has changed his plea to guilty on four of 12 charges. Dhari Salman Shalaan, 27, was scheduled to start a three-day trial ...
Back on solid food, New Annan senior says month-long hunger strike linked food security and climate crisis
After a month of undertaking a liquid-only diet as a personal protest against the climate crisis, Paul Jenkinson has resumed eating solid foods. “I am feeling well, though somewhat shaky tonight as I am away from home and the broth and juice ...
Former Cole Harbour teacher pleads guilty to assaulting student
A former Cole Harbour District High School teacher, who was videotaped in a classroom altercation with a student, pleaded guilty to assault. Derek William Stephenson, 43, entered the guilty plea at Dartmouth provincial court on Wednesday in what ...
Court orders TSB to hand over cockpit recording from 2015 crash at Halifax airport
A Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge has ordered the Transportation Safety Board of Canada to release the cockpit voice recording from a 2015 crash of an Air Canada flight at the Halifax airport. “In the circumstances of this case, ...
‘Nobody could imagine the stuff that we see.’ Mental health of Nova Scotia’s volunteer firefighters subject of new study
Joe MacDonald has seen some horrible things in his 32 years as a volunteer firefighter. “Nobody could imagine the stuff that we see,” the Barneys River fire chief said. “It’s very powerful.” MacDonald said it ...
Tensions running high on the water over First Nations lobster fishery
Strong westerly winds kept the four Cape Islanders behind the Pictou Landing wharf’s breakwater on Tuesday. “We’re not trying to hide anything,” said Zack Nicholas, who owns one of the boats. “DFO can watch us ...
Greenfield woman attributes health issues to Agent Orange exposure
Sheri Richards remembers walking through a landscape of barren trees and brown grass as she went to school. It was only years later that she realized the Agent Orange that killed the plant life around her could also have affected her health. The ...
VIDEO: Trauma researchers focus on Nova Scotian who came back from death and coma in amazing shape
Curtis Coley is a living miracle. He's a son who the province's medical trauma director says had less than one per cent chance of surviving horrific injuries sustained in a car crash. He's a young man who died three times ...