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02
May

The Great Amherst TV Robbery

The Thomas Crown-type affair began back on June 11, 2014, when Springhill correctional officer Paul MacDonald left his Davidson Street, Amherst home for a typical night shift.
Just a few doors down, Dylan Grogan was visiting acquaintances Patricia McKenzie and Cory Ryan, making much ado about “a buddy” who offered him a free TV.

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02
May
Important policing in the Little Vatican

Important policing in the Little Vatican

This magazine has been very critical of a decision on the part of Antigonish RCMP not to inform the public about Prof. Behrang Foroughi, who was fired from St. FX back in 2014 after police charged him in the alleged rape of a colleague.

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18
Apr
Judge Del analyzes the shrinks

Judge Del analyzes the shrinks

Although Judge Del Atwood accepts that Amy Hood was afflicted by Bipolar Mood Disorder Type-1 “at some point in time,” he doesn’t believe her defence counsel managed to prove she was suffering it at the time of her offences in 2013.

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18
Apr

Where is the Giffin Family charity $$$?

Former Nova Scotia Attorney General Ron Giffin, 73, of Truro, and his older brother Reid Giffin, 85,  a retired engineer in Fredericton, N.B., are wondering what will become of the $34,000 they donated to  Rotary House and the Colchester Food Bank in a unique joint fundraising campaign.

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18
Apr
Nova Scotia's Panama Papers couple

Nova Scotia's Panama Papers couple

It must be quite an honour to find yourself among the world’s most well-to-do and high-falutin’ stuffed shirts and silver spooners. In a country devoid of any anciently entrenched amirs, barons or chevaliers, we so rarely get to see one of Canada’s own amongst the flakiest of upper crusts.

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