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'His track record speaks for itself' : Eric Veilleux new head coach of Halifax Mooseheads

'His track record speaks for itself' : Eric Veilleux new head coach of Halifax Mooseheads

The Mooseheads fired Jim Midgely last week after one season
Province's top science students gather in Halifax ahead of Canada-wide competition (3 photos)

Province's top science students gather in Halifax ahead of Canada-wide competition (3 photos)

Forty students from grades seven to twelve will have the opportunity meet each other, team build, then display their award-winning projects at an open house
Local playwright tackles issues of weight with stage show Heavy

Local playwright tackles issues of weight with stage show Heavy

Taylor Olson took his experience losing 100 pounds in half a year and turned it into theatre show , which will play at the Bus Stop Theatre from May 4 to May 6
Police look for tips on 10th anniversary of Jaurmar Carvery murder

Police look for tips on 10th anniversary of Jaurmar Carvery murder

Jaurmar Carvery was found lying on a walkway with multiple gunshot wounds shortly after midnight on May 3, 2008
Juror advocate says resources need to be improved

Juror advocate says resources need to be improved

Mark Farrant says the testimony and evidence presented in some trials can be quite graphic
ECMA award show goes Thursday night

ECMA award show goes Thursday night

Comedian Jonathan Torrens is hosting the show, while Sloan, Joel Plaskett, Port Cities and Neon Dreams are expected to perform.
Renovations have begun on some NSLC stores to ready for pot, staff training has not

Renovations have begun on some NSLC stores to ready for pot, staff training has not

Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation's Chief Executive Officer Brett Mitchell appeared before Public Accounts Committee on Wednesday to answer questions from MLA's about the coming legalized pot retail regime. 
Gas prices expected to go up again in Nova Scotia

Gas prices expected to go up again in Nova Scotia

Our newsroom is predicting that when regulated prices are adjusted at midnight, they will climb by about a penny per litre.
Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Cloudy, cool and damp today
'It's the right thing to do' : Environment committee to discuss drinking straw reduction strategy

'It's the right thing to do' : Environment committee to discuss drinking straw reduction strategy

Councillor Tony Mancini will be putting forward a motion to study reducing or eliminating the use of plastic drinking straws
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