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Man assaulted, restrained and robbed after answering a knock on his door

Man assaulted, restrained and robbed after answering a knock on his door

RCMP say two masked men forced their way into a Hanwell Drive home
Man charged after bomb threat causes evacuation of bank

Man charged after bomb threat causes evacuation of bank

A bank on Spring Garden Road received an anonymous threat Thursday morning
Police trying to find owner of three women's rings

Police trying to find owner of three women's rings

A customer found them in a store on Lacewood Drive
Councillor questions why Halifax Water meetings aren't open to the public

Councillor questions why Halifax Water meetings aren't open to the public

Matt Whitman said he's been denied a request to go to the utility's monthly board meetings
A Tribe Called Red to headline New Year's Eve at Grand Parade

A Tribe Called Red to headline New Year's Eve at Grand Parade

The event gets underway at around 10 p.m. on December 31st
Doctors' pay 'not equitable' says health authority vice president

Doctors' pay 'not equitable' says health authority vice president

Dr. Lynne Harrigan says Nova Scotia's family physicians are among the lowest paid in the country
Shelter Nova Scotia asking for donations to put someone up for a night

Shelter Nova Scotia asking for donations to put someone up for a night

$35. 50 covers a bed and household costs like food, heat, electricity and water for one person at area shelters
Charges dropped against British sailor accused in Shearwater sexual assault case

Charges dropped against British sailor accused in Shearwater sexual assault case

The decision was made after Justice Patrick Duncan ruled the police statement of Joshua Finbow inadmissible.
'Think before you park' asks HRM as overnight winter ban takes effect

'Think before you park' asks HRM as overnight winter ban takes effect

The ban is on from December 15th to March 31st, however the municipality only enforces it during declared snow events
Gas prices remain steady in Nova Scotia

Gas prices remain steady in Nova Scotia

No change in the price for gasoline across Nova Scotia Friday morning. Regulated prices remain unchanged at 110.7 for a second week in a row. There was a small increase for diesel. Fuel prices climbed by 1.9 cents to a new minimum price of 117.2.
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