Hadeel Ibrahim

Hadeel Ibrahim is a CBC reporter based in Saint John. She can be reached at hadeel.ibrahim@cbc.ca

Latest from Hadeel Ibrahim

Proposed Saint John seniors' home raises concerns, developer promises to listen

The City of Saint John is wrestling with competing desires: economic development versus some residents’ desire to keep their rural environment.

Expelled Saint John councillor says he's been in Mexico for mental health reasons

Sean Casey missed four Saint John council meetings because he's been travelling abroad since early January, and he says he did it for mental health reasons.

Saint John won't pay ransom to hackers, city manager says

The City of Saint John has no plans to pay hackers a ransom after its network was attacked three months ago.

Saint John councillor removed from office for missing too many meetings

Saint John Coun. Sean Casey will no longer be representing Millidgeville and the surrounding areas after he missed too many meetings.

Saint John council looks to increase parking ticket fines

The City of Saint John is hoping to get more money out of parking violators through fine increases.

DNA-expert judge who presided over first Oland trial has died

Justice John (Jack) Walsh, a leading legal expert in DNA who presided over the first Dennis Oland trial, has died.

Maritime Bus gets federal, provincial money to keep northern routes going

Northern Maritime Bus routes will keep operating for at least another year.

Rodney Levi's family wants coroner's inquest to include Mi'kmaq and their traditions

Rodney Levi’s mother says hearing that the Crown will not lay charges against the officer who killed her son was like losing him all over again.

Oland's estranged wife appeals court decision revealing her domestic violence allegations

Lisa Andrik-Oland is appealing a judge's decision to lift a publication ban on a domestic violence complaint she made against her estranged husband, Dennis Oland.

Saint John working to have ride-sharing bylaw by next year

Saint John city council plans to have a ride-sharing regulation bylaw ready by the end of this year to implement next year.