David Irish is a producer and digital editor for CBC Nova Scotia. firstname.lastname@example.org
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A big lift in a small town saves historic home from uncertain future
Keirstead House in Wolfville, N.S., has an interesting history, but it sat empty and decaying for several years. Then a Toronto couple came along.
Meet the woman behind a miniature world with a lifetime of stories
The stories behind Ann Ernst miniature creations are about as diverse as her own.
Canada's last WWII corvette will miss out on 2018 tourism season
Repairs to the last of Canada's Second World War corvettes will be extended into next year after crews uncovered more hull deterioration than they’d hoped to find.
Bear chase, raccoon attack happen during 'busy time' of animal run-ins
There's no shortage of reports about animals that are aggressive or unfazed by the company of humans so far in 2018, according to the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources.
Boat captain says he's accused of smearing Lunenburg mayor with sewage
Tour boat operator Bill Flower was charged with assault this week following a heated argument with the town's mayor in August.
Fashion designer with Down syndrome delighted to dress Hollywood stars
She designed, she gifted, she charmed. Halifax's Marie Webb is still riding high after celebrity-packed trip to Hollywood.
Potholes lead man down rabbit hole of disparity on Halifax road repair
Nathan Lewis's continuous pothole problems have always been fixed by the city until this year, when he was surprised to learn what classifies a legally-accepted street in Halifax.
Emera teams from Nova Scotia heading south to be on hurricane standby
Nova Scotia Power's parent company says it's sending teams from the province to provide help, if needed, to power restoration efforts in Florida and the Bahamas.
Realtor disciplined for taking framed photo from home, posting it online
Chester-based realtor Timothy Harris will have his broker's licence suspended from September to December.
'Huge honour': Syrian chocolatier joins Invest Nova Scotia board
From aspiring doctor in Syria, to refugee, chocolate maker and in-demand guest speaker, Tareq Hadhad can now add another big role to his resumé.