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RCMP seize firearm during search in Lower Sackville

LOWER SACKVILLE: A 31-year-old Lower Sackville is facing charges related to firearms offences after a search warrant was executed on the home he lived. The RCMP/HRP Integrated Criminal Investigation Division Guns and Gangs Unit, with...

Wellington author’s latest book shines light on healthcare workers

WELLINGTON: An author from Wellington is shining a light on those in Nova Scotia’s healthcare system who are leading the fight against COVID-19. Len Wagg along with co-author Angela Mombourquette recently penned “We Rise Again,”...

Councillors frustrated at Windgate development public hearing process

BEAVER BANK: Two area councillors were not fans of the way a public hearing on a contentious development that crosses both their districts took place. District 14 (Upper/Middle Sackville-Lucasville-Beaver Bank) Councillor Lisa Blackburn and Cathy...

Province announces extension of COVID-19 restrictions to Jan. 31, self-isolation changes

HALIFAX: The province announced Jan. 5, 2022 that it is extending the current COVID-19 restrictions until the end of January and making changes to self-isolation requirements.N.S. is also recommending long-term care facilities close to...

N.S. public schools move to at-home learning Jan. 10-Jan. 17

HALIFAX: Students in Nova Scotia's public schools will move to at-home learning for one week beginning Monday, January 10. Schools will remain open for students who use learning centres and will reopen to in-person...

Dartmouth man charged with impaired driving

NINE MILE RIVER: Calling the police for assistance after going off the road in Nine Mile River turned out to be bad idea for a Dartmouth man last week. East Hants RCMP S/Sgt. Cory Bushell...

Theft of two vehicles in Noel under investigation by RCMP

NOEL: Police received a report of a theft of two vehicles from a Noel residence overnight on Dec. 30. East Hants RCMP S/Sgt. Cory Bushell said police were advised that two vehicles were taken from...

From the Cruiser – Dec. 21 to Jan. 4

Brought to you by: ENFIELD: Over the holidays (the past two weeks) officers with East Hants RCMP responded to 136 calls for service. Here are a few of the highlighted calls as reported by East Hants...

COVID-19: N.S. expands booster dose age eligibility

HALIFAX: Nova Scotia has expanded eligibility for COVID-19 booster doses to include anyone 30 years of age and older, beginning Jan. 4, 2022.Booster doses are administered at least 168 days after the primary series....

Commissionaires return to HSIA in parking, curbside service role

Contract ends five-year hiatus at Halifax Stanfield; will employ upwards of 65 commissionaires in frontline, customer service role HALIFAX STANFIELD: Commissionaires Nova Scotia (CNS) is back at Halifax Stanfield International Airport after securing a multi-year...
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