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Elections NB has recorded a significant jump in the number of voters who turned out to cast ballots in the upcoming New Brunswick provincial election.Chief electoral officer Mike Quinn says more than...

A group which advocates for poverty reduction has asked New Brunswick's five political parties what their positions are on various issues affecting the poor.The Common Front for Social Justice...

Provincial NDP leader Dominic Cardy is promising to introduce a strong pay equity law if he becomes premier on September 22.Cardy says, within four years, he would introduce legislation that would...

Police identifying the victim of a fatal highway crash over the weekend as 58-year-old Randall Bruce Matthews of Fredericton.Matthews was killed after the moped he was driving collided with a car on...

A 74 year old man hurt after flipping his ATV in Kingston will be ok.Sgt. Mark McKinnon of the Hampton RCMP tells us the man was doing some yardwork near a retaining wall and when the gravel gave way...

Students attending UNB or NBCC in Saint John can vote at school this week.The pilot program debuted at 6 locations during the 2010 vote including the Tucker Park campus.Chief Electoral Officer Mike...

The city is continuing to make progress on the future development of Partridge Island with $5,000 more dollars going toward developing that plan.,Originally drafted in 2004, it would include Harbour...

Ted Flemming, who's running for the Conservatives in Rothesay, says the Liberals can make all the claims they want about their spending plans being balanced out by increased government revenue....

One of the oldest homes in Rothesay was saved from going up in smoke thanks to a neighbour who saw smoke billowing from the basement area of 48 Gondola Point Road.The fire was actually under the...

RCMP and firefighters are attempting to rescue a man who flipped over an 12 foot embankment on Ashwood Lane in Kingston.He ended up in the Kingston Creek.There is no word on the man's condition.

Innovation was the focus of a campaign stop for Progressive Conservative leader David Alward in Moncton today.If elected next week, Alward has announced he would invest an additional $18-million in...

Blind riders of city transit in Saint John are hoping to "right a wrong" by filing complaints with the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission about a decision to rescind their free access to...

 Crews responding to a two vehicle collision on the lower West side. It occurred a short time ago at Market Place and King Street West.

In Saint John, schoolbus # 502 is running 90 minutes late this morning.

Adrian Peterson, already facing felony charges in Texas for child abuse and now a Houston TV station is reporting he was accused in a separate incident involving another son who was 4 years old. The...

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