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Province issues guidelines for safe community celebration of grads

FALL RIVER: The Chief Medical Officer of Health for the province announced an exemption inder the Public Health Act that will allow for celebrations to recognize graduates due to the loss of traditional graduation...

RCMP seek info on suspicious incident in Waverley area

WAVERLEY: RCMP are seeking the public's help identifying a vehicle and person of interest in a suspicious incident that was harrowing for one young woman. Cpl. Lisa Croteau, with Halifax District RCMP, relayed information...

NS Shooting: Update on Operation H-Strong by N.S. RCMP Supt. Darren Campbell

SHUBENACADIE: Before I begin to provide you with information related to the investigation into the incidents of April 18 and 19, it is again important to acknowledge the tremendous loss and trauma experienced by the victims and...

NS Shooting: Remarks from Criminal Operations Officer, Chief Superintendent Chris Leather

ENFIELD: The following is a statement issued following the N.S. shooting update by the RCMP on June 4. "Thank you Supt. Campbell. I will provide you with an update on some of the other overarching areas...

Public Prosecution Service responds to public request to drop charges against Santina Rao

HALIFAX: The Nova Scotia Public Prosecution Service has received numerous email requests from the public to drop the charges against Santina Rao. Charges of causing bodily harm to a peace officer, resisting/obstructing a peace...

Heads up: Expect delays on Hwy 2 on Friday and Tuesday

FLETCHERS LAKE: The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents to expect delays on Highway 2, between Coach Avenue and Holland Road from Friday, June 5 and Tuesday, June 9. Crews will be onsite from 7...

Elmsdale COVID19 testing centre closed in early May

ELMSDALE: The COVID19 primary assessment centre in Elmsdale closed in early May, the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) confirmed in an interview on June 2. The Laker News inquired for an update on the testing...

VIDEO: Community comes out for kneel down in support of BLM

FALL RIVER: Community members felt the need to do something to honour George Floyd, while supporting Blacks far and wide, including those in their own community. Floyd died in a senseless murder at the hands...

Upgrades coming to field at Lions Den, thanks to partnership between Lions, Enfield RFC

ENFIELD: The Enfield Rugby Football Club (RFC) is embarking on a project to make improvements to the Breagh MacNeil Memorial Field at the Lions Den in Enfield. In a release, the club announced they were...

HRM advises of road construction on Waverley Road June 2-3

WAVERLEY: The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents to expect delays on Waverley Road, from 1298 Waverley Road to 1335 Waverley Road, on June 2 and June 3. Crews will be on site from 9...
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