Stories by Payge Woodard

Payge Woodard

Payge is a master of journalism student at the University of King's College. She's interned for Bangor Daily News in Maine and freelanced for Halifax's weekly, The Coast.

Budget4 things you need to know about Halifax’s new budget

No real change in property taxes, no real surprises

Mar 10, 2016

SMU Huskies celebrate their victory as Queen's We are the Champions fills the gym

Basketball'There's no greater feeling than to win': SMU defeats CBU and claims fourth title in four years

Huskies women's team take home the gold at AUS basketball championships

Mar 6, 2016

Journalism: Truth or Dare

J-schools have been called upon by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to teach aboriginal history – so are they stepping up?

Jan 11, 2016

Cosmetic contacts for sale at Spirit Halloween

HealthThose vampire-eye contact lenses could risk your health

‘One size fits all’ cosmetic lenses are being flagged for attention by government and professionals

Oct 30, 2015

Brenda and Darrell Webb ask for public's help finding their son

Missing personN.S. couple pleads for help finding son

Parents search for answers after the disappearance of Landon Webb

Oct 28, 2015

Two teachers learn how to make rock, paper, scissors more active at Nova Scotia’s first Physical and Health Literacy Conference.

HealthDo kids need help learning to move? Sport advocates think so

Physical education and health teachers spent the day as students during Nova Scotia’s first Physical and Health Literacy Conference.

Oct 23, 2015

A Nova Scotia Community College recruit shows a student how to use a Lego robot.

EducationFind out how these students may have thought of the perfect method for shaping your eyebrows

High school students participated in the Big Data for Productivity Congress

Oct 21, 2015

Liberal candidate Andy Fillmore after winning in the Halifax riding

Federal electionLiberal Andy Fillmore wins Halifax riding, ousts NDP's Megan Leslie

Liberals sweep Atlantic Canada in first hours of the federal election

Oct 20, 2015

Camp Hill Cemetery, Summer St.

Cemeteries Does Halifax have a ‘moral obligation’ to care for its cemeteries?

“There are no longer people to look after these cemeteries, so they’re virtually becoming abandoned, ” says reverend.

Oct 15, 2015

Keshav Paliwal prepares polling stations for student voters.

Federal election Dartmouth high school students voted today, but not the way you’d expect

17-year-old Keshav Paliwal wanted to fight youth voter apathy. So he took matters into his own hands.

Oct 13, 2015