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Police investigate apartment robbery in Dartmouth

Police investigate apartment robbery in Dartmouth

HALIFAX - Regional police are investigating robbery that took place at a Dartmouth residence Friday evening. At 6:15 p.m.
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Temperatures and humidity begin to climb on Monday
Two arrested after robbery in Dartmouth

Two arrested after robbery in Dartmouth

The pair was confronted by the tenant, who police say was assaulted.
Reports of gun shots fired from vehicle on Jackson Road

Reports of gun shots fired from vehicle on Jackson Road

Police investigators currently on scene in Dartmouth
Campaign launched urging drivers to slow down and move over

Campaign launched urging drivers to slow down and move over

A campaign is underway to raise awareness that people need to slow down and move over for a wide-variety of vehicles on the side of the road
N.S. chief medical officer of health warns of heat exhaustion as warm weather approaches

N.S. chief medical officer of health warns of heat exhaustion as warm weather approaches

The symptoms of heat exhaustion can include lightheadedness, dizziness, excessive sweating, nausea and even vomiting
Viola Desmond posthumously awarded Canada Walk of Fame star

Viola Desmond posthumously awarded Canada Walk of Fame star

Viola Desmond's star was unveiled Friday at the Halifax Waterfront ferry terminal and will be mounted aboard the ferry which shares her name
Halifax police warn against leaving pets in hot cars

Halifax police warn against leaving pets in hot cars

Police say even if windows are down, parked vehicles heat up very quickly on warm days much like a furnace, creating potentially fatal conditions for pets
Building eight-new community homes isn't enough: advocacy group

Building eight-new community homes isn't enough: advocacy group

The group says eight new community-based homes for people with disabilities isn't enough to satisfy the demand
N.S. electoral officer suspends NDP association in Queens-Shelburne

N.S. electoral officer suspends NDP association in Queens-Shelburne

HALIFAX - Nova Scotia's chief electoral officer has suspended an NDP electoral district association on the south shore. Richard Temporale suspended the party's association in Queens-Shelburne effective Friday.
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