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N.S. Appeal Court judges reserve decision in William Sandeson case

N.S. Appeal Court judges reserve decision in William Sandeson case

Sandeson was sentenced in July 2017 to life in prison for fatally shooting Taylor Samson during a drug deal in August 2015
SiRT to investigate Walmart incident

SiRT to investigate Walmart incident

SiRT says based on medical records, the matter meets its mandate
Police look for driver after pedestrian struck in Dartmouth

Police look for driver after pedestrian struck in Dartmouth

The medium-sized sedan is described as red with silver accents
Autism advocate speaks out against anti-vaccination movie showing at HRM facility

Autism advocate speaks out against anti-vaccination movie showing at HRM facility

Autistics United Nova Scotia's Alex Kronstein says the film perpetuates the discredited theory that vaccines cause autism
Wastewater from Nova Scotia pulp mill to flow past legislated closure

Wastewater from Nova Scotia pulp mill to flow past legislated closure

Stephen McNeil says there will be an orderly shutdown as the mill is winterized, but it will take time to clean out what's left in the boiler and the pipe that leads to Boat Harbour
Dartmouth-based electronics firm qualifies for $2.5 million payroll rebate

Dartmouth-based electronics firm qualifies for $2.5 million payroll rebate

Ultra Electronics Maritime Systems Inc. is one of the oldest continuously operating electronics design and manufacturing operations in Canada
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Lily may have resting grumpy face, but she's actually very sweet

Adopt Me: Lily may have resting grumpy face, but she's actually very sweet

She has had ongoing eye issues and may need to continue treatment in the home
Tender issued to demolish former CBC building on Bell Road

Tender issued to demolish former CBC building on Bell Road

The province is taking the step to make way for the construction of a new outpatient centre on the Halifax Infirmary site
Auditor General finds halifax.ca launched before functionality issues were resolved

Auditor General finds halifax.ca launched before functionality issues were resolved

Evangeline Colman-Sadd said the site had problems with broken links, missing pages and issues with the online parking payment feature
Nova Scotia RCMP release impaired statistics for December

Nova Scotia RCMP release impaired statistics for December

Mounties around the province charged 147 drivers with impaired related offences
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