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Kings Co. sexual assault victim says she can 'move on' after attacker sentenced

Kings Co. sexual assault victim says she can 'move on' after attacker sentenced

A Kings County woman says she's able to smile again now that the man who sexually assaulted her and threatened to release a video recording he secretly made of the encounter is heading to jail for almost nine years.

McNeil says he's willing to alter changes to seniors Pharmacare program

Premier Stephen McNeil says controversial changes to the seniors Pharmacare program could be altered before everything is finalized on April 1.

Halifax police, RCMP to announce plan to combat human trafficking

Halifax Regional Police and the Halifax District RCMP will roll out a new initiative Thursday to help combat human trafficking, according to HRP Chief J.M. Blais.
Transit high on agenda of newly sworn-in Dartmouth Coun. Tony Mancini

Transit high on agenda of newly sworn-in Dartmouth Coun. Tony Mancini

Tony Mancini hasn’t had much sleep since Dartmouth voters elected him as the District 6 municipal representative on Jan. 23.
U.S. tour bus company cancels summer trips to Yarmouth over ferry delay

U.S. tour bus company cancels summer trips to Yarmouth over ferry delay

The uncertainty about what ferry will operate between Yarmouth and Portland has chased away one tour bus company that planned to use the service this summer and at least one more is having doubts.
Halifax brothers who went missing in the fall placed in adult diversion program

Halifax brothers who went missing in the fall placed in adult diversion program

Two Halifax brothers who were listed as missing for almost six weeks last fall have pleaded guilty to obstructing police.
Province launches investigation into allegations of sex, drugs, violence at Sydney youth home

Province launches investigation into allegations of sex, drugs, violence at Sydney youth home

SYDNEY – The Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union is calling on the Department of Community Services to immediately install security officers at a local facility for youth, saying the environment is “dangerous” for residents and staff.
Barrett murder trial in Sydney finally hears from first defence witness

Barrett murder trial in Sydney finally hears from first defence witness

Thomas Barrett's second-degree murder trial has finally heard from the defence's first witness in a last-ditch attempt to discredit potentially damning evidence against the accused.
Indian Brook to 'fight for rights' after Alton Gas approval

Indian Brook to 'fight for rights' after Alton Gas approval

INDIAN BROOK – The people of Indian Brook want to add consult and avoid further injury.
N.B. budget raises HST to match N.S., but doesn't include highway tolls

N.B. budget raises HST to match N.S., but doesn't include highway tolls

There was good news for northern Nova Scotia in the 2016-17 New Brunswick provincial budget released on Tuesday.