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11/23/2014

MAN ARMED WITH HYPODERMIC NEEDLE ROBS SHUBENACADIE PHARMACY

RCMP say they have three men in custody after an armed robbery in Hants County. Police say a man armed with a hypodermic needle entered the Shubenacadie Guardian Pharmacy just before 6 p.m. Saturday and demanded prescription medication. He then fled the store with a small amount of drugs. Police ... Read More
11/23/2014

MAN CHARGED WITH IMPAIRED DRIVING CAUSING DEATH AFTER FATAL CRASH IN ENFIELD

An 22-year-old Enfield man is charged with impaired driving causing death after a single-vehicle crash Friday night. RCMP say emergency crews responded to reports of a crash on Renfrew Road in Enfield around 10:30 p.m. Investigators say it appears the vehicle left the roadway, flipped on its side and came ... Read More
11/23/2014

BEEF INDUSTRY RECEIVES FUNDING TO IMPLEMENT NEW PROGRAM

The beef industry in Nova Scotia has received funding to help implement a new program to improve animal health, farm safety and increase returns on investments. The Nova Scotia Cattle Producers will receive $89,100 for the Safe Handling of Cattle Program, which was announced at the Maritime Beef Testing Station ... Read More
11/23/2014

ISIL TARGETS HALIFAX SECURITY FORUM THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA

The International Security Forum in Halifax has been targeted by ISIS. Forum president, Peter Van Praagh, issued a statement Saturday saying the group was sending messages to participants and circulating a propaganda video while using the forum's hashtag HISF2014. Van Praagh says while they cannot control the use of the ... Read More
11/23/2014

SECOND-DEGREE MURDER TRIAL FOR JOSEPH LANDRY TO CONTINUE MONDAY

Testimony in the second-degree murder trial of Joseph James Landry will continue tomorrow in Port Hawkesbury. The jury has been told they will hear from Craig Landry, one of four people charged in connection with the death of fisherman Phillip Boudreau. Last week, the jury was shown the damaged boat ... Read More