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More time needed for accused killer's psychiatric assessment
There's been an extension in the psychiatric exam of a man accused of second-degree murder in the death of Raymond Taavel two months ago in Halifax.
Halifax judge turfs teen murder suspect's statement
Rubin said that if Picco wants to make an application, it should be made in Supreme Court, where a judge could balance his right to a fair trial against the media's right to report on the justice system. Derrick accepted the Herald lawyer's arguments ...
Spider senses tingling at Ad-Dispatch
Spider senses are tingling fiercely at Dartmouth's Ad-Dispatch in advance of the swing into local theatres this July of The Amazing Spider-Man.
Kilbourn's retirement anything but quiet
Kaleidoscope by Gail Bowen (McClelland & Stewart, $29.99). Joanne Kilbourn looks forward to a quiet life in retirement but her post-work life starts out being anything but.
All hands on deck for Tall Ships Concert
The Saturday concert is limited to those 19 and over. Parks Canada previously announced that the island will be open for the entire Tall Ships Festival weekend.
One to One Wellness Centre sees gold in golden years
With aging comes loss of muscle mass, weaker bones and - for some - a unique business opportunity. Halifax's One to One Wellness Centre, founded by physiotherapist and entrepreneur Nick Matheson, has made a business of healthy aging.
Crew of AFL New England begins to make way home
Some members of the crew of the stranded container ship AFL New England headed home Tuesday, with remaining officers expected to depart Wednesday.
Emera pay, rate hikes hit AGM
The uproar over big pay hikes for senior executives and proposed power rate increases spilled over into Emera Inc.'s annual general meeting Thursday in Halifax.
Stark International gets $300000 to expand oil recycling operation
A Pictou County business is making bold moves in the recycling side of the oil industry. And a $300,000 investment by the province in Stark International will help the company maintain its astounding growth rate, Karen Gillis, the firm's manager of ...
Ground broken on NSGEU building after months-long delay
Ground was broken Friday on a new location for the Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union. The NSGEU is constructing a three-storey, 58,000-square-foot office building with an attached conference centre that can accomodate meetings of ...