Headlines: The Week in Review


CHARLOTTETOWN – Charlottetown Muslims step up mosque fundraising [CBC]
HALIFAX – Council focuses spotlight on Khyber Building [CBC]
HALIFAX – Artists agree on Khyber fix [CBC]
MONCTON – Moncton museum expansion gets cash boost [CBC]
MONCTON – Locals get first crack at Moncton stadium [CBC]
SAINT JOHN – Saint John port needs money: authority [CBC]
SAINT JOHN – Saint John, Moncton among most affordable cities in the country for home ownership [TELEGRAPH JOURNAL]
ST. JOHN’S – Goolge-eyes [THE SCOPE]

FREDERICTON – Fredericton holds 1st pride parade [CBC]
HALIFAX – Halifax busker festival poised to fold [CBC]
HALIFAX – Hip hop focus of new Halifax festival [CBC]
HALIFAX – New Halifax farmers’ market draws crowds [CBC]
HALIFAX – Tenants Don’t Have Rights [Media Co-op]
MONCTON – 10 homeless to get apartments [CBC]
SAINT JOHN – Marathon By Sea a success [CBC]

NEW BRUNSWICK – Municipalities Act needs teeth: professor [CBC]

CHARLOTTETOWN – Intersection dangerous, report determines [CBC]
CHARLOTTETOWN – Charlottetown boosts transit subsidy [CBC]
FREDERICTON – City to keep park-and-go location running [THE DAILY GLEANER]
HALIFAX – Halifax bridge closing again [CBC]
HALIFAX – Private road access ignites racial tension in Nova Scotia [Globe and Mail]
HALIFAX – Make effort to keep sidewalks clear for disabled [CHRONICLE HERALD]
HALIFAX – Dartmouth Bridge Terminal has options to be down-scaled [THE COAST]

FREDERICTON – Recycling service may grow [THE DAILY GLEANER]
HALIFAX – Halifax wilderness area gets reprieve [CBC]
HALIFAX – Decision postponed on developing land earmarked as widerness park [THE COAST]