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Nova Scotia trio faces total of 73 charges in series of break and enters

BRIDGEWATER, N.S. — Police say three people face a total of 73 charges in connection with a string of break and enters and motor vehicle thefts on Nova Scotia's South Shore.

Nova Scotia RCMP trying to identify pair in alleged sextortion of young girl

YARMOUTH, N.S. — Nova Scotia RCMP say they are trying to identify two individuals in a case of alleged sextortion involving a 12-year-old girl from Yarmouth County.
Nova Scotia needs to lighten up on its dog policing in local pubs: craft brewer

Nova Scotia needs to lighten up on its dog policing in local pubs: craft brewer

HALIFAX — A Halifax craft brewer has launched a petition to bring pooches into his pub, saying the province's regulations are too unfriendly to dogs.
Halifax to create or refurbish 30 kilometres of bike and pedestrian pathways

Halifax to create or refurbish 30 kilometres of bike and pedestrian pathways

HALIFAX — Cyclists and pedestrians in Halifax can look forward to safer trips around the city through a $25-million funding initiative aimed at expanding and refurbishing 30 kilometres of pathways.

Woman faces impaired driving charges after three-year-old boy dies in car crash

ANTIGONISH, N.S. — A three-year-old boy has died and a woman is facing impaired driving charges after a single-vehicle collision in northern Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia Nature Trust acquires large parcel of coastal land in Cape Breton

Nova Scotia Nature Trust acquires large parcel of coastal land in Cape Breton

MABOU, N.S. — The Nova Scotia Nature Trust says it has acquired the largest parcel of coastal land for conservation in its 25-year history.
Top 5 lighthouses to visit in Nova Scotia that aren't Peggy's Cove

Top 5 lighthouses to visit in Nova Scotia that aren't Peggy's Cove

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia may be the second smallest province geographically, but it is big on lighthouses. With about 150 lights scattered along its dangerously ragged coastline, it boasts more lighthouses than any other province.
International shipping industry under the microscope as whale death toll grows

International shipping industry under the microscope as whale death toll grows

HALIFAX — The shipping industry is under increased scrutiny after two cargo ships were fined for sailing too fast through the Gulf of St.

Suspicious fire damages Cape Breton centre for adults with disabilities

SYDNEY, N.S. — Debra MacLean cried when she heard the Haley Street Adult Services Centre in North Sydney, N.S., was damaged by a suspicious fire.
Catholics in Cape Breton defy bishop's order to close 200-year-old church

Catholics in Cape Breton defy bishop's order to close 200-year-old church

CHRISTMAS ISLAND, N.S. — A renegade group of Roman Catholics in Cape Breton is defying a bid by the local bishop to shut down their 200-year-old parish. The Church of St.
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