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Barrington Street stabbing not a random act, say police

Barrington Street stabbing not a random act, say police

A 38-year-old man suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries
Award rescinded for former Halifax hospital CEO mired in expense scandal

Award rescinded for former Halifax hospital CEO mired in expense scandal

In an emailed statement sent to media outlets, a spokesperson for PhaseNyne Inc. said Tracy Kitch, former CEO of the IWK, would not be honoured by the Women's Executive Network
Waterfront Sea Bridge shuts down for winter

Waterfront Sea Bridge shuts down for winter

Waterfront Development says winter weather will create unpredictable conditions, so they've closed the floating dock for the season
Christmas tree shortage south of border benefiting Nova Scotia growers

Christmas tree shortage south of border benefiting Nova Scotia growers

The 2007 recession is being blamed for a Christmas tree shortage in the United States
Halifax Regional Police look for missing teen

Halifax Regional Police look for missing teen

Juliana Elizabeth Lambert was last seen Monday at around 2 p.m. leaving a Duncan Street residence in the west end
Lawrencetown man faces drug and weapons charges after traffic stop in Halifax

Lawrencetown man faces drug and weapons charges after traffic stop in Halifax

Police pulled over the car at around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday near Robie and Williams streets
Three charged after early morning armed robbery

Three charged after early morning armed robbery

Police say a man was robbed by two masked men carrying knives in a Primrose Street apartment
Rainfall warning issued for Halifax

Rainfall warning issued for Halifax

Environment Canada warns heavy downpours could cause flash floods and water pooling on roads
Three teens to participate in restorative justice after Fisherman's Cove vandalism

Three teens to participate in restorative justice after Fisherman's Cove vandalism

RCMP say several items outside of businesses along the wharf were vandalized in late October
N.S. judge failed to recognize evidence in cabbie's sexual assault case: Crown

N.S. judge failed to recognize evidence in cabbie's sexual assault case: Crown

Crown lawyer Jennifer MacLellan said Judge Gregory Lenehan said three times in an oral decision that there was no evidence of a lack of consent
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