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A guilty plea from 57-year old Gregory Whelan in court today. He is charged with armed robbery after the Bank of Nova Scotia was robbed on Main Street North Wednesday. Whelan walked up to a teller,...

Post date: October 02, 2009

By the end of the month, the new youth home for at risk teenagers in Quispamsis will have it's first resident. The home at 186 Vincent Road has been a fire-ball of controversy since it was unveiled...

Post date: October 02, 2009

With a month now in the books.....the over $220 million dollar upgrade at the Irving Oil Refinery is moving along. Spokes-person Valerie Pike tells CHSJ News, no major problems or headaches at this...

Post date: October 02, 2009

With another Moose Hunting Season behind us, just how many people around the Province bagged a swamp donkey this year? The Department of Natural Resources tells CHSJ News, preliminary figures show...

Post date: October 02, 2009

(Airport CEO Bernie Leblanc - file photo)With word that landing fees and terminal charges are being cut by 10 per cent at Pearson International, what does that mean for the Saint John Airport....

Post date: October 02, 2009

Now that the Harper Government has survived another confidence vote, can we expect the election talk to go away? No according to a political scientist at UNB Saint John. Don Desserud tells CHSJ News...

Post date: October 02, 2009

It appears a pair of injunctions isn't stopping Provincial Labourer's from getting their message across. Protestors are back on the street this morning at the corner of Union and St. Patrick as work...

Post date: October 02, 2009

In business news this morning -- four Saint John companies are sitting in the top 101 Atlantic Canadian companies ranked by regional business publication "Progress" magazine. The magazine teamed up...

Post date: October 02, 2009

A 29-year old man from Nova Scotia is locked up and waiting to see a judge later today. City Police tell us he was picked up after several businesses in East Saint John were broken into. A couple...

Post date: October 02, 2009

24 non-profit groups and social agencies are hoping to increase their volunteer numbers in a recruitment drive at Brunswick Square.Bathurst MLA Brian Kenny says we have to make sure the volunteer...

Post date: October 01, 2009

(Back wall of Imperial Theater under construction - photo courtesy of Imperial Theater)The Imperial Theater's Keep It Live Campaign has almost reached it's goal -- with $2.3 million in the bank, the...

Post date: October 01, 2009

The seasonal flu campaign kicks off today and Provincial Health Officials are encouraging everyone to get the shot. Preperations continue to be rolled out to ward off influenza. In the past week,...

Post date: October 01, 2009

Good news for drivers heading into the first weekend of October. The price of gasoline has taken another tumble--this time by nearly four cents a litre. The Energy and Utilities Board has released...

Post date: October 01, 2009

(MP Greg Thompson--File Photo)With all the speculation about another election this fall, South West MP Greg Thompson tells CHSJ news it makes no sense to have an election when we just had one less...

Post date: October 01, 2009

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