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How do you improve morale among workers cooped up on a ship for 30 days?Dr. Arla Day of Saint Mary's University says that was challenge facing Secunda Marine a few years ago.She says they were...

Post date: October 02, 2014

Citing the loss of a major contract earlier this year,   Moosehead Breweries announcing it will be laying off about 70 unionized workers next June.The workers were informed this morning....

Post date: October 02, 2014

The New Brunswick Federation of Labour is calling for a national public inquiry into the epidemic of missing and murdered aboriginal women in Canada.Research from the Sisters in Spirit group shows...

Post date: October 02, 2014

Real grass versus artificial turf has become controversial in the soccer world as FIFA officials visit Moncton Stadium ahead of next year's Women's World Cup.A group of elite female soccer...

Post date: October 02, 2014

Moosehead Breweries is laying off nearly half of its production employees next year.About 70 workers will be effected and were informed of this today.The reason given is the result of a loss of major...

Post date: October 02, 2014

Looking to get inked?  The Hub City Tattoo Expo is the place to go.It's the second year for the Expo that features tattoo artists from right across Atlantic Canada.Co-organizer Brad Dawe...

Post date: October 02, 2014

There are stacks and stacks of boxes filled with ballots from the provincial election that will have to be counted by hand as recounts are underway for Saint John East and Saint John Harbour....

Post date: October 02, 2014

A woman charged with the attempted murder of her newborn son, will stand trial.The decision was made by a Judge in a Moncton courtroom this morning.Thirty-one year old Christine Margaret Wood will be...

Post date: October 02, 2014

Three adults have been temporarily displaced from their Dieppe home after a kitchen fire.The fire broke out in a unit in a duplex at 541 Centrale Street at around noon yesterday.Dieppe Fire Chief...

Post date: October 02, 2014

The Canadian Red Cross has assisted several tenants who were forced out of their rooming house at 118 Lewisville Road.Eleven people were told to leave after the building was condemned due to safety...

Post date: October 02, 2014

The judge will decide today whether or not the Baby Taylor case will go to trial.Final arguments in the preliminary hearing were presented eariler this week.  A Judge will determine today...

Post date: October 02, 2014

Canadian Tire is expanding a recall of a product sold exclusively at their stores.All Cuisinart Electric Smoker units are being pulled due to safety concerns that gas may build up within the unit...

Post date: October 02, 2014

The federal public works department has determined 74 surplus military homes in Moncton's Acadia Park neighbourhood will be sold.A spokesperson says a plan for a homeless project involving four...

Post date: October 02, 2014

Gas prices are climbing.Regular self serve prices are up this morning by 3.6 cents a litre, after the Energy and  Utilities board made its price adjustment at midnight.Most stations in Moncton...

Post date: October 02, 2014

Recounts resulting from the provincial election begin Thursday morning.The tightest race was in Saint John East where Liberal Gary Keating beat Conservative Glen Savoie by 8 votes.Savoie tells us...

Post date: October 01, 2014

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