Downtown Halifax wine store target of smash-and-grab robbery

Bishop's Cellar posted some tongue-in-cheek posts on Facebook and Twitter advertising their 'door crasher' sales and assuring customer...

Wi-Fi on Halifax Transit buses? Councillor wants staff to explore it

The Transportation Standing Committee is scheduled to consider the councillor's motion for a staff report on the idea on Thursday.

Province adds death of James ‘Sandy’ Lyle to unsolved crimes program

James Alexander 'Sandy' Lyle's body was discovered on Feb. 19, 2012, and police continue to investigate his death, which was deemed to...

Case of Halifax man accused in death of Montrealer back in court

The case of a Halifax man charged with the second-degree murder of a Montreal-born yoga instructor was back in court Tuesday.

Case of man accused in murder of Halifax yoga instructor back in court

Nicholas Jordan Butcher appeared in Nova Scotia Supreme Court as pre-trial motions were being heard ahead of his jury trial in the death of 32-year-...

‘Now I belong’: 31 people become Canadian citizens in Halifax

The event was co-hosted by the Institute for Canadian Citizenship. It included round-table discussions to allow new citizens to share their...

Halifax police officers assist in birth of baby girl

Officers from the Halifax Regional Police helped deliver a baby on Monday morning. Police say both the mother and baby are doing well.

Nova Scotia sets reporting requirements for proposed cap and trade program

Environment Minister Iain Rankin says regulations are being developed that would make participation mandatory for about 20 large industrial emitters...

Halifax-based band pulls out of Hedley tour over sexual misconduct allegations

Neon Dreams, a Halifax-based EDM band, have been the opening band for Hedley's Cageless tour since February, but announced their decision to...

Three arrested after alleged fight, gunshot in Halifax

Police responded to the area of Brunswick Street and Uniacke Street at 2:40 a.m. after reports of the alleged fighting. 

Halifax police looking for owner of ‘substantial sum of money’ found in thrift store donation

A staff member at the Bayers Lake Value Village found the cash while going through items that had recently been donated.

Text, voice or email: Halifax looking for new way to send out mass notifications

The document outlines that the HRM may be able to use the mass notification tool to send out information on traffic disruptions, civic events,...

Judge reserves decision in emergency hearing to halt N.S. child refugee deportation

Abdoul Abdi never got Canadian citizenship while growing up in foster care in Nova Scotia and was detained by the Canada Border Services Agency after...

Secretive Government Service Was Supposed To Protect Abused Mom. A Judge Undid It All.

This summer, a Nova Scotia Superior Court judge, based on incomplete evidence, ordered a victim of violence to come out of hiding and give up custody...

Stock Transportation agrees to implement changes at NSUARB hearing

In a ruling released last year, the NSUARB found that Stock Transportation committed a number of violations.