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Driver suffers serious injuries after rollover on Lawrencetown Road

Driver suffers serious injuries after rollover on Lawrencetown Road

The crash happened at about 1:30 a.m. Sunday, Cole Harbour RCMP said in a news release. The two occupants were extracted from the vehicle by the fire department, and the driver was taken to hospital with serious injuries.
Mooseheads surrender three power-play goals, fall 3-2 to Tigres

Mooseheads surrender three power-play goals, fall 3-2 to Tigres

Special teams were the difference Sunday afternoon at Scotiabank Centre in Halifax as the Victoriaville Tigres connected on three-of-six power plays and held the Halifax Mooseheads scoreless on their six man-advantage situations to claim a 3-2 victory.
Huskies down Tigers in AUS hoops; Kanza Mata breaks record

Huskies down Tigers in AUS hoops; Kanza Mata breaks record

The Saint Mary's Huskies spoiled the party on a record-setting day for Dalhousie's Ritchie Kanza Mata. The steady point guard for the Tigers set an AUS record on Sunday, passing former Cape Breton Capers guard John Ryan on the all-time list for assists.
COMMENTARY: Saying no to new ageism -- why we can't dismiss caring for the old

COMMENTARY: Saying no to new ageism -- why we can't dismiss caring for the old

Should medicine be ageist? A young trainee doctor recently proposed to me that it should. Health care is overstretched, she argued. “We can’t do everything for everyone, so why spend money on old people, who have little chance of benefit?”  For her, ageism is not all that bad — in fact, it’s a practical response to limited resources.

CHRIS COCHRANE: Kicking around the idea of a Halifax pro soccer franchise

Sports & Entertainment Atlantic president Derek Martin answers questions on how the proposal for a team, stadium site is going.
Tugs finally free tanker stranded off Cape Breton

Tugs finally free tanker stranded off Cape Breton

The Mexican vessel that ran aground near Little Pond last weekend was towed into Sydney Harbour for repairs.
Man suffers minor burns in house fire

Man suffers minor burns in house fire

The Lunenburg County man's home was gutted in the fire Saturday morning.
A visit to complex, beautiful Israel

A visit to complex, beautiful Israel

An unexpected trip to Israel and the Palestinian areas reveals a region fraught with conflict and strife but also filled with fascinating history and natural beauty.
Teachers, province to resume conciliated talks Monday

Teachers, province to resume conciliated talks Monday

The province and the union representing its 9,300 public school teachers will resume conciliated talks on Monday. Liette Doucet, president of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union, confirmed in a release Sunday that the union negotiating team and government will meet.
JOHN DeMONT: Jan. 23 will be a cold Monday of the heart

JOHN DeMONT: Jan. 23 will be a cold Monday of the heart

The one-year anniversary of the Chronicle Herald strike will shake my notion that we are all predisposed to be excited about the future. So when that Monday comes, I'm counting on Thursday to save me.