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Two horses dead, others showing botulism symptoms at animal rescue

Two horses dead, others showing botulism symptoms at animal rescue

The owner of a local animal rescue says she is left feeling hollow after two of her horses died of botulism
'Rules around doctor incentive programs need change': health authority

'Rules around doctor incentive programs need change': health authority

One physician says some money needs to be better focused on new doctors
Man charged after drinking and doing donuts on helipad

Man charged after drinking and doing donuts on helipad

LIVERPOOL, N.S - A Queens County man has been charged with stunting after drinking and doing donuts on a helipad in Liverpool early Tuesday morning. Shortly before 1 a.m.
Greenwood based Canadian Armed Forces member charged with sexual assault

Greenwood based Canadian Armed Forces member charged with sexual assault

The alleged incident took place when the accused was a student at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario
Police officer charged with sex assault also volunteer fire chief in Lake Echo

Police officer charged with sex assault also volunteer fire chief in Lake Echo

An HRM Spokesperson confirmed Wednesday Cst. Pierre-Paul Cadieux is currently on leave from his position with Halifax Fire.
Province launches public consultations on coastal protection legislation

Province launches public consultations on coastal protection legislation

The province said it will propose coastal protection legislation with clear rules on what can and cannot be done in areas next to the coast
Contract awarded to develop plans for cultural hub on Halifax waterfront

Contract awarded to develop plans for cultural hub on Halifax waterfront

The province says Architecture49 will get the contract to develop facility plans for the cultural hub
'Education minister tampering with special services at schools': local advocacy group

'Education minister tampering with special services at schools': local advocacy group

The group says the move by the government amounts to union busting
Retired officer says most cops will not abuse power with new drunk driving laws

Retired officer says most cops will not abuse power with new drunk driving laws

Jim Hoskins says he believes most officers will not abuse their power with these new laws in place
More than quarter of Nova Scotians diagnosed with lung cancer too late: study

More than quarter of Nova Scotians diagnosed with lung cancer too late: study

The study has one Halifax radiologist calling for significant change
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