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Mark Hodgins

Mark Hodgins

Mark Hodgins is an Ontario-born Haligonian. A graduate of the Loyalist College journalism program, he’s been with NEWS 95.7 since 2016. Mark is a lover of sports, politics and video games.

Recent Work by Mark

Premier heading to U.S. for first international business trip

Premier heading to U.S. for first international business trip

The premier will be visiting Washington, D.C. and Boston from Nov. 30 to Dec. 2
Storm causes washouts, flooding for parts of Cape Breton

Storm causes washouts, flooding for parts of Cape Breton

The strong fall storm that blew through Halifax on Monday night has hammered parts of Cape Breton with rain
Auditor General releases report on early pandemic relief programs

Auditor General releases report on early pandemic relief programs

Nova Scotia's Auditor General says while government's COVID-19 relief response was "commendable", it gave up control of a large sum of money before knowing how much would be needed
Budget committee to debate 5.9 per cent property tax increase on Tuesday

Budget committee to debate 5.9 per cent property tax increase on Tuesday

HRM staff is proposing a 5.9 per cent property tax increase this year, including 2.9 per cent to cover expenses plus a 3 per cent climate action tax
Two Halifax area schools closed Tuesday due to power outages

Two Halifax area schools closed Tuesday due to power outages

Atlantic View Elementary in Lawrencetown and Marine Drive Elementary in Sheet Harbour don't have power and will be closed Tuesday
Rainfall, wind warnings issued in HRM ahead of storm

Rainfall, wind warnings issued in HRM ahead of storm

Environment Canada has issued weather warnings ahead of what's expected to be a wet and windy start to the week
Police investigate after man injured in Dartmouth shooting

Police investigate after man injured in Dartmouth shooting

Police are investigating a late-night shooting in Dartmouth on Sunday
Government working to mitigate impact of vaccine mandate

Government working to mitigate impact of vaccine mandate

Premier Tim Houston said Thursday he remains confident the vaccine mandate is the correct policy
Canadians could face Christmas tree shortage this year

Canadians could face Christmas tree shortage this year

Producers are having trouble keeping up with increasing demand and some retailers have already announced they won't be selling trees on their lots this season
Majority of nurses on board with vaccine mandate, says union president

Majority of nurses on board with vaccine mandate, says union president

Nurses union president Janet Hazelton says she expects high uptake among nurses
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