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Hopewell Rocks. Many visitors make plans to stay for the whole day. They walk the ocean floor, then stay to watch the shift between low and high tides.
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A ban on movement of spruce logs and firewood from the Memramcook area is in effect after the detection of a brown spruce longhorn beetle.
Last week, a number of junior resource companies on the Toronto Venture Stock Exchange experienced gains in share prices.
A preliminary hearing got underway Monday for two people accused of killing Loretta Saunders, a young Inuk woman who was writing a thesis on missing and murdered aboriginal women.
A composite image shows the Double O Arch before a storm at Devil's Garden, Arches National Park, in Utah.
An RCMP cruiser and another unmarked vehicle burn near the shale gas protest in Rexton, N.B., on Oct. 17. The New Brunswick First Nation at the centre of anti-shale gas exploration demonstrations last year hosted protest strategy and civil disobedience training sessions this weekend.
Heather Collier says she's still not sure where her son will attend school in September.
"See, this guy gets it," I said to Ted Evans, another one of the artists whose work is displayed at the Amherst Train Station Artisans' Gallery.
Marie Fire Service, jointly with the Ontario Fire Marshal's Office and Police Services, are investigating a fire that occurred in the 100 block of Sackville Road July 17, 2014.
When Marine Atlantic announced changes to their summer schedule back in May, it didn't come without controversy.
A Richibucto woman says the provincial government should have done more to keep motorists safe the day after post-tropical storm Arthur hit New Brunswick, including shutting down Route 108 between Plaster Rock and Renous.
Baie Verte RCMP says they currently have a number of open files for investigations into incidents that have happened in the area over the past couple of weeks, and have made responses to calls for a number of issues and situations.
Two men who want to be this province's next premier were in Baie Verte on Tuesday as the Baie Verte-Springdale district association elected their delegates to attend the PC Party Convention in St. John's in September, and vote on their new leader.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 08:38 am
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