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Halifax man sets unofficial 10K joggling world record

Halifax man sets unofficial 10K joggling world record

The previous record was 36:27; Michael Bergeron smashed that by 51 seconds, finishing with 35:36 on Sunday morning
Archbishop devastated by sex abuse report: 'The evil goes deeper than imagined'

Archbishop devastated by sex abuse report: 'The evil goes deeper than imagined'

The Archbishop of Halifax says the Roman Catholic church is in crisis and there is an urgent need for change
Biking community on edge after recent surge in motorcycle crashes

Biking community on edge after recent surge in motorcycle crashes

Jim Swinemar says the whole biking community is on edge after a several recent fatal motorcycle crashes around the province
Police hoping to find photo or video footage of weekend crash

Police hoping to find photo or video footage of weekend crash

Halifax Regional Police were called to the crash at Highway 102 inbound near Exit 0 at 5:07 p.m. Saturday
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Quiet Panther

Adopt Me: Quiet Panther

Panther is a big, lazy cat that enjoys spending most of his time guarding hallways and laying in the sun
N.S. report calls for restrictions on clearcutting, 'ecological forestry'

N.S. report calls for restrictions on clearcutting, 'ecological forestry'

The review is to provide recommendations that balance long-term environmental, social and economic interests in managing the forests.
Comedian Ken Jeong to perform at Casino Nova Scotia

Comedian Ken Jeong to perform at Casino Nova Scotia

The comedian will be at Casino Nova Scotia's The Schooner Room on Nov. 29
The Daily Show's Trevor Noah coming to Halifax

The Daily Show's Trevor Noah coming to Halifax

The stand-up comedian will be at the Scotiabank Center this fall
Ecologist optimistic about future of Blanding's turtle in Nova Scotia

Ecologist optimistic about future of Blanding's turtle in Nova Scotia

The Blanding's turtle is on the endangered species list with a population of less than 500 adults in Nova Scotia
Visitors say warning signs at Peggy's Cove should be more visible

Visitors say warning signs at Peggy's Cove should be more visible

A boy was recently swept into the water before being hauled out of the water by a bystander
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