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 2009-06-0907:23:02 Two men from St Stephen  are facing charges in connection with the death of a dog last month. R-C-M-P say the two are facing charges of animal cruelty after a large dog was left...

Post date: June 09, 2009

  2009-06-0907:22:13Two students are exciting about a project taking shape at Fundy High School in St. George. With the assistance of staff from NB Power and District 10, two grade 12 students   are...

Post date: June 09, 2009

  Canada's Chocolate town had plenty to smile about today after the re-opening of the Chocolate museum in St Stephen. Dignitaries were on hand to cut the ribbon for the new addition of chocolate...

Post date: June 08, 2009

  A man was arrested after  RCMP responded to a fire at a storage building in the Woodward’s Cove area of Grand Manan.  The storage building was destroyed by the blaze. A 46 year old man from Grand...

Post date: June 08, 2009

     An email scam involving Bell Aliant is still popping up in some people's email inbox. The e-mail refers to the company doing an upgrade to the web-mail and requiring your address and pass-word...

Post date: June 08, 2009

  2009-06-0807:22:55Charlotte county residents will be happy to hear this story.Construction is beginning immediately on a new series of towers to provide wireless high speed internet to rural areas...

Post date: June 08, 2009

 2009-06-0807:22:02The official re-opening of the expanded Chocolate Museum will take place  this morning in St. Stephen. Finance Minister Victor Boudreau, Mayor Jed Percell, David Ganong,  and a...

Post date: June 08, 2009

2009-06-0710:15:09This province is boasting the smallest unemployment rate increase in the country last month as compared to the same month last year.This is being attributed by the strong labour...

Post date: June 07, 2009

2009-06-0710:14:09M-P Rodney Weston says the University of New Brunswick Saint John is going to be getting some funding next week.Weston says the feds are investing $8 million dollars into expanding...

Post date: June 07, 2009

2009-06-0710:14:38The Coalition for Pay Equity is holding an open forum to discuss recent changes to pay equity for provincial employees.President Huberte Gautreau tells Tide News, this is something...

Post date: June 07, 2009

2009-06-0608:14:24Looking for something to do today, all admission fees at provincial parks will be waived to celebrate Tourism Week.Tourism and Parks Minister Stuart Jamieson says all New...

Post date: June 06, 2009

2009-06-0608:15:14One Rothesay Man is thanking his lucky stars after walking away from a serious truck crash last night on the MacKay Highway.  Ben Scholten lost control of his truck while trying to...

Post date: June 06, 2009

2009-06-0608:15:54A spokesperson for Ambulance NB says there was a bit of confusion at a highway accident near exit 137 last night because dispatch in Moncton only received a call for one accident--...

Post date: June 06, 2009

 2009-06-04After picking up strength for most of last month, the dollar has gone into a bit of a slump. It dropped 2.3 cents on Wednesday, and is down almost a-fifth of-a-cent in Thursday's after-...

Post date: June 04, 2009

  2009-06-04The first week of June and already another increase for the price of gasoline. The Energy and Utilities Board Board has released it's weekly price schedule showing the maximum for a litre...

Post date: June 04, 2009

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