Regional wild blueberry spread sold downtown at Jennifer’s of Nova Scotia.

FruitThis year’s record wild blueberry harvest could be the new normal

2015 total is a 50 per cent increase over the last two years

Jan 21, 2016

“As a journalist, you want an issue to be clear and accurate,” says Bev Ware, Nova Scotia Power spokesperson and former Chronicle Herald reporter, “and as a communications officer you want the customers to understand what is happening.”

The other side of the scrum

When journalists venture into public relations

Jan 18, 2016

Ryan Smith blew the whistle on the use of fake bylines in outsourced content from Journatic, bringing the story to This American Life in 2012.

Local news, from 12,000 km away

'Discreet' industry helps newspapers outsource the news

Dec 16, 2015

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Making virtual reality a reality

New technology offers a vivid way for journalists to tell stories

Dec 14, 2015

Some Nova Scotians are turning to online marketplaces to buy used winter tires.

WINTER TIRESTips for buying used winter tires online

‘It’s extremely important that people know what they are getting themselves into,’ says Kijiji seller

Dec 8, 2015

Maurice Mourant founded Acadie Nouvelle. Thirty years later, he’s still enjoying the paper.

The petite paper that could

Commitment to community keeps daily Acadie Nouvelle afloat

Dec 7, 2015

Members of regional council discuss compensation for businesses affected by construction of the Nova Centre

SMALL BUSINESS Businesses affected by Nova Centre construction may be getting help

‘Those small businesses are paying a price,’ said Councillor Waye Mason

Dec 2, 2015

An aisle of hair products in a store

CommunityA hair out of place

Some black Nova Scotians said they feel like an afterthought when it comes to products stocked for them

Nov 12, 2015

BeerCicerones: employment that tastes good

Soon-to-be beer experts looking to work for breweries in Nova Scotia might be better off sticking with the big leagues

Oct 16, 2015