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Nova Scotia government says new flu vaccine will reduce hospital stays

Nova Scotia government says new flu vaccine will reduce hospital stays

The high-dose vaccine is specially formulated for seniors and could prevent 100 hospital stays
Theodore Tugboat to spend summer in Saint John

Theodore Tugboat to spend summer in Saint John

When Haligonians head down to the waterfront this summer, a familiar bright yellow smiling face will be missing
'Crazy busy' : Delicatessen specializing in traditional British food swamped with Royal Wedding party requests

'Crazy busy' : Delicatessen specializing in traditional British food swamped with Royal Wedding party requests

Delish Fine Foods in Upper Tantallon will be holding a Royal Wedding party of their own at the store Saturday from noon to 3
'Complete chaos' : Lower Sackville man wants changes to intersection following fatal crash

'Complete chaos' : Lower Sackville man wants changes to intersection following fatal crash

A 28-year-old woman from Lower Sackville died in a collision between a dump truck and 2006 Subaru Outback Wednesday
NSGEU president says $6.8 million dollar renovation will make Burnside Jail less safe

NSGEU president says $6.8 million dollar renovation will make Burnside Jail less safe

Jason MacLean says changes are based on systems that work well in other provinces, but Nova Scotia doesn't have the resources required for it to work here.
Halifax Harbour Bridges studying feasibility of all electronic tolling

Halifax Harbour Bridges studying feasibility of all electronic tolling

Cameras have been temporarily installed in each of the cash lanes on both the Macdonald and MacKay bridges
Halifax Waterfront Blue Flag certified for 7th year in a row

Halifax Waterfront Blue Flag certified for 7th year in a row

The international eco-certification was awarded to only 9 Canadian marinas this year. 
Mahone Bay woman applies for Health Canada approval for her tick spray

Mahone Bay woman applies for Health Canada approval for her tick spray

Lisa Ali's AtlanTick spray was recently tested in a lab at Acadia University to see how well it repelled the blood-sucking arachnids
Incompatible phones and missing software updates could be why some missed mobile alert test says EMO

Incompatible phones and missing software updates could be why some missed mobile alert test says EMO

The Alert Ready system, meant to warn the public about safety threats, was tested last Wednesday at 1:55 p.m. in Nova Scotia
More details needed in monthly collision reports says pedestrian safety advocate

More details needed in monthly collision reports says pedestrian safety advocate

According to the HRP/RCMP report, during the month of March there were 15 reported vehicle/pedestrian collisions in HRM
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