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RCMP arrest five youth in connection to Lower Sackville area sexual assaults

LOWER SACKVILLE: Five youths have been arrested by the RCMP's Special Victims Section of the RCMP/HRP Integrated Criminal Investigation Division. The arrests are in relation to sexual assaults that occurred on a transit bus in...

Doctors who will assist with physician recruitment selected

HALIFAX: Doctors already living and working in the province will now play a lead role in convincing other doctors to practice in Nova Scotia. Six doctors will serve as MD recruitment leads, participating in site...

NDP, Liberals take aim at government over ER understaffing, healthcare

From releases sent out by N.S. NDP and the N.S. Liberals HALIFAX: Families and seniors are forced to wait hours for care at emergency rooms across the province, and health care workers continue to do...

Minister of Public Works, RCMP urge NSians to be ready for winter

MILLER LAKE: As a crisp wind blew and the sign of winter was evident with winter coats aplenty, the Minister for the Department of Public Works and N.S. RCMP launched the province’s winter preparedness...

Sixty-two EHS employees recognized by province

From a release HALIFAX: Sixty-two longtime Emergency Health Services employees, including Thomas MacLean of Sydney with his 45 years of service, were honoured Nov. 21 for their hard work and dedication to keeping Nova Scotians...

Copper wire stolen, vehicles broken into at Elmsdale NSP sub-station

ELMSDALE: A second break-in at the Nova Scotia Power sub-station in Elmsdale has Nova Scotia Power officials issuing a plea that those doing so face the risk of electrocution. Jackie Foster, spokeswoman with NSP, confirmed...

Suspects sought in Waverley robbery, vehicle fire in Halifax that are connected: police

WAVERLEY: A robbery and vehicle fire in Waverley that are believed to be connected is being investigated by the RCMP-HRP Integrated Criminal Investigation Division. Police said that at approximately 9 p.m. on November 19, Halifax...

NSH expands trial of automated reminder calls 

From a release: HALIFAX: Diagnostic Imaging departments across Cape Breton are expanding the trial of automated appointment reminder calls to help prevent no-shows, a common and costly problem that extends wait times. Last year there were...

FRABA hosting third annual Light Up the Holidays contest

FALL RIVER: Do you love to spread holiday cheer during the Christmas season? Well, if so the Fall River and Area Business Association (FRABA) could use your help. FRABA is holding its third annual Light...

Valley woman dies in multi-vehicle Highway 102 collision

MILLER LAKE: A 64-year-old Valley woman is dead following a three vehicle collision that shut down Highway 102 between Enfield and Fall River for hours on Thursday morning Nov. 17. RCMP say that at...
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