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3 hrs ago | CBC News
A Rothesay police officer used reasonable force when he shot and killed a local man while responding to a domestic dispute last winter, an RCMP investigation has concluded.
7 hrs ago | South Wales Argus
THE Prince of Wales will bring together world leaders and local people at an event to showcase the best of Wales at a reception on the first evening of the 2014 Nato Summit, it has been confirmed in the past few minutes.
11 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News
Kenn Ethcoates and Tim McCandless of the Sussex, New Brunswick-based Commercial Tent company work on setting up the tent that will house the Penobscot Stage during the 2014 American Folk Festival in Bangor.
Nigeria's Asisat Oshoala and Uchechi Sunday both scored twice against New Zealand in wet conditions in Moncton on Sunday to send the Super Falconets into the FIFA U20 Women's World Cup semi-finals.
RCMP say they found an injured woman in the back of a man's van in Dieppe on Tuesday afternoon.
The new Communications Security Establishment Canada complex is pictured in Ottawa on October 15, 2013.
A look at where the major parties stand on some of the issues that will be front and centre in New Brunswick's election campaign: Forestry: The governing Progressive Conservatives announced in March that the forestry industry would be allowed to harvest an additional 660,000 cubic metres of softwood per year, a 20 per cent hike from existing ... (more)
Early years: Alward was born in Massachusetts but was raised in New Brunswick, going to high school in Nackawic, west of Fredericton.
David Alward is counting on voters to back his plan to develop New Brunswick's natural resources as a path to prosperity when the Progressive Conservatives make their case for a second term in office when the province's election campaign officially begins Thursday.
The provincial government will contribute up to $23.85 million toward construction of a new Moncton downtown entertainment centre, which will include a concert venue, meeting space and an NHL-size rink.
The UCI says the 5,000-seater arena at Saint Quentin en Yvelines near Paris will stage the event from Feb. 18-22.
A large section of HMS Prince of Wales has been loaded out of its dock hall in Portsmouth ready for delivery to Rosyth for final assembly of the second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier to begin.
Paul Jorgensen, the executive director of the New Brunswick Trails Council, would like to see the City of Miramichi and the province partner with his group, as well as ATV and snowmobile groups, to reopen the Morrissy Bridge as a trail.
Master painter Alex Colville is remembered for his ability to immortalize the seemingly mundane moments of everyday life, often with tense and haunting undertones.
Citizen Daniel Goudreau talking to Moncton city council about his concerns over hauling treated hydro-fracking water from Nova Scotia to Dieppe for disposal.
A drill rig owned by Enid, Okla.-based Continental Resources Inc. aims for oil from the Bakken Shale via a process called fracking.
Ambulance New Brunswick says paramedics from across the province are expected to attend the private service for William Mallock at the Grand Manan Community School.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 12:03 pm
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