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  • Friday March 16, 2018

    Audio A backpacking dream trip to Europe that became a nightmare

    Nineteen year old John Southcott of Dartmouth tried to enter the U.K. to go travelling and backpacking, but border officials denied him entry twice. Bev and Steve Southcott are John's parents.

    Listen 11:19
  • Friday March 16, 2018

    Audio N.S man in need of a kidney transplant gets help from a stranger

    Rob Edwards lives in Lunenburg and has degenerative kidney disease. Desperate for a transplant, Edwards took to Facebook last summer, asking people to talk to their doctors about organ donation. A stranger named Geoff Kennedy in Halifax saw that call, and answered.

    Listen 9:43
  • Thursday March 15, 2018

    Audio Auto club more than vehicle repairs

    The auto club at CFB Halifax's Windsor Park will close before the end of the month. For decades, the club provided a space for service members, veterans and others to do car work affordably. Members say it's also become a valuable social outlet for military members. But the club struggles with a massive debt. The CBC's Michael Gorman spoke with Floyd Blakeney and Joni Sawler.

    Listen 12:29
  • Wednesday March 14, 2018

    Audio Discovering hidden gems for summer camping

    Our A For Adventure team say it is time to start making plans for summer camping.

    Listen 7:13
  • Wednesday March 14, 2018

    Audio Stewiacke family welcome stranded strangers

    For the Verboom family, getting through a storm means making sure they're ready to help whichever motorist has slid off the road in front of their house. The Verbooms live in a rural area outside of Stewiacke.

    Listen 5:54
  • Tuesday March 13, 2018

    Audio Struggling to pay high cost of policing

    Police costs, both here in Nova Scotia and across the country, are skyrocketing. A lot of that is due to steadily increasing salaries. Halifax Regional Council has just voted to do an internal review of its police service. But it's not the only municipality trying to figure out how to pay for this. CBC Reporter Pam Berman has more.

    Listen 11:07
  • Monday March 12, 2018

    Audio Target of Mr. Big sting tells his side

    He is a man with an uncertain future and a very troubled past. John Buckley was accused of killing his mother, Victoria, in 2012. He's been charged with murder twice. And both times, the charge has been withdrawn. The last time, a judge ruled the police undercover sting that led to Buckley's arrest could not be used in court. Now John Buckley is telling his side of things. He spoke to the CBC's Blair Rhodes.

    Listen 8:22
  • Friday March 09, 2018

    Audio Why people in jail don't have access to Hepatitis C treatment

    One group of people is not being treated for Hep C - even though most Nova Scotians now have access to drugs that can cure it.

    Listen 9:10


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