The Journal Pioneer
Man committed psychological sexual violence when he lured a child on social media, judge says
Grieving Paradise mother finds strength by writing social media blog
Kurt Churchill asks for discharge, says he can't recall threatening to assault cop
A new player in the health-food industry
VIDEO: Eskasoni long-term care home turns sod
ANALYSIS: Comparing the police response
Nova Scotia proclaims Oct. 23 HMCS Kootenay Day on 51st anniversary of disaster
Allan "Dinger" Bell will never forget Oct. 23, 1969. On that day, Bell was working in the engine room of the Royal Canadian Navy destroyer HMCS Kootenay when it exploded more than 300 kilometres off the southwest coast of ...
Hawk rescued from Brier Island lobster trap
Thanks to the actions of two experienced birders, a lucky bird of prey is soaring the skies once again after being freed from a lobster trap. Veterinarian and avid birder, Kathleen MacAulay beside a trap on Brier Island that contains a ...
Stephenville’s town square will be a gathering place for residents and visitors
There was time when 104 Main St. in Stephenville was hopping with activity, but since a fire destroyed the building in 2015 the spot has been vacant. Now a vision to turn that property into a place where people can gather is becoming a reality ...
Great white shark attacks bluefin tuna caught off Mabou
Cameron MacMillan was working the back deck of the Brown Eyed Girl out of Mabou Harbour at dusk Thursday when he noticed something strange about the bluefin tuna they were towing behind the boat. “We had him about 20 feet behind the ...
Oct. 23 update: No new COVID-19 cases reported for 5th day in Nova Scotia
There have been no COVID-19 cases reported in Nova Scotia for the fifth day in a row. There were 786 tests conducted in health authority labs Thursday, all of which turned out negative. Four active cases remain in the province. To date, ...
RCMP’s traffic services west looking for road safety violations
Over the next month and half, motorists on the west coast can expect to see an increase in police activity. RCMP traffic services west will be conducting checkpoints and enforcement activities until Dec. 1. While the force regularly conducts ...
UPDATED: Two new councillors, 10 returning after Thursday's vote in Membertou
Storm Alexander Sack might consider three his lucky number after winning a seat on the Membertou band council Thursday night. It was the third time the 24-year-old has run for council, the first being when he was 18. And with 303 votes, Sack ...
VIDEO: Halifax police search for killer of 25-year-old man
A 25-year-old man is dead and police are still searching for his killer after they responded to a weapons call in Dartmouth on Thursday night. Police were called to an apartment building at 24 Primrose St. at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. ...
Smoke in cockpit forces plane to make emergency landing in St. John's early Friday morning
A Delta Air Lines passenger jet made an emergency landing at St. John’s International Airport early Friday morning after the pilot reported smoke in the cockpit. The Airbus A330-300 touched down safely at about 12:30 a.m. with emergency ...
Halifax researchers seek NICU families' feedback on impact of pandemic
At the height of the COVID-19 outbreak this spring, doors were closed and people were left isolated amid the strict rules of lockdown. Even the most vulnerable among us - tiny babies in intensive care - were sometimes left without their ...