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2 hrs ago | CBC News
Public transit riders in Fredericton who are about to lose their routes have started a campaign to try and get city council to reverse the decision.
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6 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald
The New Brunswick legislature will resume next Tuesday for a special one-day session to enact changes to pensions for retirees from the now-defunct Fraser Papers in Edmundston.
11 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
Noah Barthe, left, and Connor Barthe pose in this undated photo posted on the Facebook page of Mandy Trecartin.
11 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
This is a Wednesday, April 16, 2014 file photo of Britain's Prince George's as his hand is held by New Zealand Governor General Jerry Mateparae as he leaves with his parents Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge on a plane bound for Sydney, Australia from Wellington, New Zealand.
14 hrs ago | FarmingUK
Countryside Classroom, a sector-wide collaboration, will promote learning both in the natural environment and in the classroom as it announces the development of a brand new online educational resource for anyone involved in the education of pupils across the curriculum.
15 hrs ago | CBC News
Craft beer entrepreneur Mitch Biggar is meeting with New Brunswick Liquor Corp. today in an effort to overturn a new rule he says will kill his Florenceville-Bristol business, the Railcar Brewing Company.
16 hrs ago | CBC News
Fire broke out at the Nackawic municipal building where the fire hall is located at about 7:30 a.m. Monday after someone drove a vehicle into the fire hall.
19 hrs ago | Mid Devon Star
BATHED in glorious July sunshine, the inaugural Somersault Festival saw nearly 15,000 people flock to Castle Hill in North Devon for the most chilled out event in the festival calendar.
20 hrs ago | CBC News
The Kennebecasis Watershed Restoration Committee is working to rebuild and restore areas in the Sussex region that were damaged by spring flooding and post-tropical storm Arthur.
A vehicle makes its rounds through Prince Albert on Monday to encourage people to vote in the Kraft Celebration Tour.
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WestJet announced the first Maritime destination for its regional service Encore on Monday, offering non-stop service between Toronto and Fredericton, New Brunswick starting April 15, 2015.
A Red Head resident says Saint John city council has denied his application to subdivide his land because it is making way for industrial projects, such as the proposed Energy East pipeline.
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.
Annika Barnes, left, organized the "Bully Walk" over the weekend that was intended to raise awareness about the positive aspects of pit bulls.
Nackawic's municipal building, which includes its fire hall, was damaged on Monday morning in a fire.
A weekend house fire in the Village of Petitcodiac has left two people homeless and damaged a local hardware store.
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May is offering to co-operate with the NDP and the Liberals when it comes to running candidates in the next federal election.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 11:07 pm
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