the US Navy destroyer, USS ARLEIGH BURKE, is due tomorrow, around 10:45 in the inner Harbour. She was last here for a fuel stop in May 2017. I will post updates if arrival times...Read More »
With the recent news of Cape Sharp Tidal’s troubles, it was interesting to see a report out of UK’s independent – about success in Scotland’s Tidal energy test site off Orkney. Orkney features a 4-5m tidal range, which...Read More »
Provincial government employees are giving back to their communities and making a splash as they kick off their annual workplace fundraising campaign for United Way with six harbour swims.
Taking place today, Sept. 5, and Thursday Sept. 6,...Read More »
A list of documents available for public disclosure from Information Access and Privacy Services is now available online.The list is available at https://informationaccess.novascotia.ca/. Interested individuals will be able to search and download...Read More »
NOTE: Biographies for the members of the advisory panel follows this release.
Minister of Health and Wellness Randy Delorey has appointed an expert advisory panel to look at ways to improve the quality of long-term care in Nova... Read More »
The appointment of new Crown attorney Keavin Mathieu Finnerty in Sydney was announced today, Sept.5, by the Public Prosecution Service.
“I am very pleased to have Mr. Finnerty join our team of Crown attorneys," said Martin Herschorn,...Read More »
Halterm’s 2 new Rubber Tired gantries arrived 2 weeks ago. I was sent some pictures of them being offloaded. the first unit of the three ordered was delivered in January. The New RTG’s were built by Kone Cranes in...Read More »
if you like HalifaxShippingNews.ca, consider becoming a member. 2$ a month really helps cover costs, and in return you get the site Ad Free. For latest port conditions, Including Weather,Wind, Tides, Arrivals and Departures be sure to visit...Read More »
This September, 11 more public schools will provide students with a healthy, nutritious start to their day.
The School Healthy Eating Program offers breakfast to children in 93 per cent of Nova Scotia’s public schools – the...Read More »
The next generation of agricultural leaders will benefit from extensive improvements to 4-H barn facilities in Bible Hill.
Minister of Agriculture Keith Colwell, joined by Deputy Premier Karen Casey and members of Colchester County 4-H,...Read More »