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Update July 14/ 0912:45The provincial government is investing more than $7.5 million to improve transportation infrastructure in Charlotte County. The investments were highlighted today by...

Post date: July 14, 2009

Update July 14/09A man is lucky to be alive after hitting a utility pole yesterday afternoon. A man from the McAdam area was travelling north on highway 3 when he went off the road hitting a pole and...

Post date: July 14, 2009

Updated July 14/09 There will be an announcement today from Transportation Minister Denis Landry and Fisheries Minister Rick Doucet on the construction activity and infrastructure upgrades in...

Post date: July 14, 2009

Updated July13/09The Musquash Fire Department, River-Valley Ground Search and Rescue along with RCMP are combing an area near Musquash. This after the call went out about a missing person last night...

Post date: July 13, 2009

Updated July13/09Nobody hurt after a house went up in flames yesterday in Upper Mills. St Stephen fire department along with Oak bay and Calais were on the scene for roughly two hours. St Stephen...

Post date: July 13, 2009

Updated July13/09The Department of Transportation is closing the New River Station Bridge #2 in the Lepreau area starting tomorrow. The 31 year old structure is getting some repairs.The bridge is...

Post date: July 13, 2009

Repair work on the Mispec River Bridge is causing concern for the Conservation Council. It has reported to the Coast Guard and Environment Department that work crews on the bridge are sweeping...

Post date: July 12, 2009

The Bay of Fundy has cracked the top 77 in the global New 7 Wonders of Nature contest.The second phase of voting ended earlier this week narrowing down the original 440 locations down to 77. The next...

Post date: July 12, 2009

A business professor at the University of New Brunswick says the General Motors soap opera is about to begin.Barry Boothman tells us, GM has been able to emerge from bankruptcy protection much faster...

Post date: July 11, 2009

Business optimism among Canada's small business owners dipped last month despite hopeful signs earlier this year.The Canadian Federation of Independent Business shows decreases in provincial business...

Post date: July 11, 2009

Still new to the porfolio, Education Minister Roland Hache says he's easing his way into the position.Hache tells us, he spent a long time as Minister of the Environment, and is enjoying the...

Post date: July 11, 2009

Updated July 9/09A family In St John got quite a surpise last night while cooking when they saw a bear with its nose pressed up against their kitchen window.There have been several sightings of bears...

Post date: July 09, 2009

Updated July9/09Drivers heading into another summer weekend will be happy to hear this. The price of gasoline has dropped by nearly 3 cents a litre. The Energy and Utilities Board has set its maximum...

Post date: July 09, 2009

Updated July9/09The Health Department is confirming the first hospitalized case of the so called swine flu in the province. This is the seventh case of the H1N1 virus announced in two days.Deputy...

Post date: July 09, 2009

Updated July9/09There's a call to allow the killing of more moose in the province. The provincial wildlife federation wants the government to offer more tags for the three-day hunting season....

Post date: July 09, 2009

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