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A Dieppe woman says it was both fascinating and educational to learn more about the world's worst nuclear disaster in Ukraine. Lynn Gaudet and her husband recently toured a town which was...

Post date: November 07, 2018

Most residents affected by Saturday's severe windstorm should have their power back by the end of the day Wednesday.NB Power says about 94 per cent of affected households had their power restored...

Post date: November 07, 2018

The rotating strikes with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers have arrived in Bordertown. Members of CUPW Local 128 set up in front of the St. Stephen Post Office today. President of Local...

Post date: November 07, 2018

Postal workers in several New Brunswick communities are walking the picket lines Wednesday.Rotating strikes by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers have hit Fredericton, St. Stephen, Woodstock,...

Post date: November 07, 2018

The start of Dennis Oland's second-degree murder trial has been pushed back by two weeks.Proceedings were scheduled to begin on Tuesday but were delayed by one day due to an "unexpected...

Post date: November 07, 2018

Thousands of claims are expected to be filed to insurance companies, as a result of the damage from high winds, and power outages.Maybe a tree or branch fell on your home or shed or maybe you've...

Post date: November 07, 2018

A war history expert says now, as never before, is a time every community in Canada must remember its war time history. On Sunday at the setting of the sun, churches in cities, towns and...

Post date: November 07, 2018

There will be a simulated plane crash today at the Saint John Aiport as it conducts a full-scale emergency preparedness exercise.The airport's emergency plan is being put to the test and that...

Post date: November 07, 2018

If you like to take a drink now and again get ready to be paying more for it each year.An automatic escalating excise tax on spirits, wine and beer will mean bar owners and eventually bar patrons...

Post date: November 07, 2018

Half of the wildlife species across the country are declining according to a report from WWF Canada and the situation is just as dire in New Brunswick.WWF Canada spokesperson Simon Mitchell says a...

Post date: November 06, 2018

More good news for drivers in New Brunswick this week according to a senior petroleum analyst.Dan McTeague with Gasbuddy.com says gasoline is expected to fall by up to 4 cents per litre when the...

Post date: November 06, 2018

Emergency officials are reminding New Brunswickers about the threat carbon monoxide can pose in your home.Four people living in one household received carbon monoxide poisoning this week after using...

Post date: November 06, 2018

Nutrien Inc. is permanently closing its potash mine in Picadilly, near Sussex.The news comes nearly three years after the company — then known as PotashCorp — indefinitely suspended...

Post date: November 06, 2018

An "unexpected legal issue" has delayed the start of the second-degree murder trial for Dennis Oland.Close to 20 people showed up at the Saint John law courts on Tuesday morning ahead of...

Post date: November 06, 2018

Irving Pulp and Paper Limited has been ordered to pay a $3.5 million penalty in connection with several incidents between 2014 and 2016, where liquid waste was dumped into the Saint John River.The...

Post date: November 06, 2018

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