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16 min ago | The Chronicle Herald
Hughes graduated from law school in 2004. He was a prosecutor with Halifax Regional Municipality before joining Walker Dunlop in Halifax, where he practised criminal, civil and family law.
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4 hrs ago | CBC News
A 17-year-old boy from Cole Harbour, N.S., faces child pornography charges after police received a complaint the teen was distributing images to other students.
7 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald
Photos of Raymond Taavel are taped to the front windows of the Menz Bar on Gottingen St. in April 2012, during a vigil held at the location where the Halifax man was murdered in the early hours on Tuesday morning.
The provincial government has made changes to the Halifax Regional Municipality charter, simplifying the way the municipality taxes the Halifax International Airport Authority.
Invasive species and sushi lovers threaten to wipe the little creatures from the Nova Scotian coast.
Garbage flows down a ditch toward a brook on Club Road in Harrietsfield that has become a messy illegal dump site.
An orthopedic surgeon and his tech-savvy team think your smartphone could slash wait times for knee and hip replacements, two surgeries patients can wait painfully long years to receive.
Down-to-earth champion: Heidi Cheney has just completed her five-year maximum tenure on the Royal Agriculture Society Youth Group.
This year's Growing a Creative Economy Conference is at Sydney's Joan Harriss Cruise Pavillion, a place that features the area's best-known piece of public art, the big fiddle.
Spencer West, seen at the Halifax Metro Centre in November 2013. He delivered an inspirational speech to about 1,000 students Tuesday at Prince Andrew High School in Dartmouth.
Daniel Joyce, right, artistic director, and Colby Gaudet, public relations director of the Khyber Centre for the Arts, sit inside the 125-year-old building.
Police haven't been in contact with Bethany Calnen, 20, but do not think the Hammonds Plains resident had been harmed, Halifax Regional Police spokeswoman Const.
The province says it's trying to help dozens of famillies find placements for almost 50 children who are now without a daycare after the owners of the Cobequid Childrens Centre in Lower Sackville abruptly closed their doors.
While countries such as China, Estonia and Britain teach computer programming to the very young, most Canadian students do not learn how to write code until the final years of high school.