Anjuli Patil is a reporter and occasional video journalist with CBC Nova Scotia's digital team.
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N.S. fire department, firewood business feel the burn of rising fuel costs
The Chester Volunteer Fire Department has had to double its fuel budget this year to account for the rising cost of diesel.
N.S. Jeopardy! champ Mattea Roach had hunger for knowledge even as a toddler, say parents
Watch parties have been happening nightly across Nova Scotia as Mattea Roach's winning streak continues. Her parents in Halifax say it's been an experience beyond their wildest dreams.
Canadian Blood Services in Halifax needs more donors
Canadian Blood Services is in need of donors. It has more than 60 open appointments this week at its donor centre at Bayers Road in Halifax.
'Very unorganized' hospital setting leaves Halifax surgery patient feeling unsafe
Mandy Grant says during her recent stay at the Halifax Infirmary, she was exposed to a janitor and that her pain medications were forgotten about three times.
Parents of babies sick with COVID-19 need more support, says Halifax mom
Stephanie Norman's eight-month-old son recently tested positive for COVID-19 and developed intense symptoms. She brought him to the IWK on Monday and said there were at least 10 other families there waiting for COVID-19 care.
39 long-term care facilities in N.S. dealing with COVID-19 outbreaks
The province says there are 39 long-term care facilities in the province dealing with COVID-19 outbreaks — double the number of facilities that had outbreaks in January.
Jeopardy! champ Mattea Roach thanks Halifax debate coach on way to 6th straight win
Brian Casey coached Mattea Roach on the debate team at Sacred Heart School of Halifax. Roach has racked up 6 consecutive wins on Jeopardy!
Income assistance recipients fall further behind with latest N.S. budget, critic says
Nova Scotia's new budget is coming under fire for not increasing income assistance rates to keep up with inflation. During its mostly health-care focused budget announcement on Tuesday, the province did not increase income assistance rates.
Halifax director Ben Proudfoot celebrates his first Academy Award
Proudfoot directed 'The Queen of Basketball,' which won an Oscar for best documentary short subject Sunday night in Los Angeles.
Land fast-tracked for residential builds in HRM could add more than 22,000 units
Nova Scotia Housing Minister John Lohr has taken over responsibility for approving 9 major housing developments that he has designed as 'special planning areas' in the Halifax Regional Municipality. He's hoping with more homes, prices will stabilize.