Stories by Zoe Demarco

Barry Sinclair

CourtSo-called 'sleepwatcher' will not reside in Halifax while on parole

Barry Sinclair, the man convicted of break and enter in the city’s South End, was given conditional release

Oct 30, 2015

The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal heard Paul Wayne Simpson's case in the Halifax Law Courts.

CourtBail denied in Dal student murder case

Three-day bail hearing ends in case involving murder of Taylor Samson

Oct 23, 2015

CourtsBail hearing begins in Dal student murder case

Judge orders publication ban for duration of hearing

Oct 21, 2015

The cliffs at Cape Split in King's County, Nova Scotia

Provincial parksTrail at Cape Split Provincial Park to be spruced up

Better drainage, washroom facilities on tap for Fundy park

Oct 18, 2015

Cases of celiac disease are on the rise in Canada, according to a Halifax doctor

HealthDoctor: cases of celiac disease have ‘dramatically gone up’

There are more people suffering from celiac disease today than ever before, but the exact cause remains elusive

Oct 15, 2015

The Nima sensor claims to be able to test food for the presence of gluten in two minutes

HealthNew device claims to test for food allergens in two minutes

The Nima sensor could make the lives of celiacs everywhere a little easier - if it works

Oct 8, 2015

All outdoor dumpsters will be removed from Dalhousie's Halifax campuses in the coming weeks.

GarbageWhy Dalhousie is changing the way it takes out the trash

Halifax's new garbage bag bylaws don't affect Dalhousie, but they're making changes anyway

Oct 5, 2015

These dark, narrow, 100 meter-long streaks called recurring slope lineae flowing downhill on Mars are inferred to have been formed by contemporary flowing water.

Space exploration'Don't go looking for Martians on Mars'

Professor David Turner says planet's harsh atmosphere is a creature-killer

Sep 29, 2015