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'It's crazy for sure': Drivers ignore Bayside Drive school area

On any given week day transports, delivery vehicles and all manner of motorists buzz along Saint John's five-lane Bayside Drive, often averaging 55 to 60 kilometres an hour through a school zone.

Environment minister threatens stop-work order for scrap recycler

New Brunswick Environment Minister Jeff Carr says he's prepared to slap a cease-work order on Saint John's American Iron and Metal if he has to.

Noisy scrap metal plant in violation of approval permit, says Saint John mayor

Saint John Mayor Don Darling says American Iron and Metal is violating its provincial operating license at its scrap recycling business on the city's waterfront.

Fundy LSDs asked to share arena costs for surrounding area

A plan to better distribute ice rink costs among taxpayers in the greater Saint John area is approaching its deciding moments.

Province awaits report on fix for Reversing Falls Bridge

Saint John's century-old Reversing Falls Bridge will remain off-limits to heavy trucks into at least early 2019.

Jury finds Norton man not guilty in sex assault case

A Jury in Saint John has found a 24-year-old Norton man not guilty of sexual assault in a case hinging on the issue of consent.

Saint John jury to hear judge's charge in sex assault case today

A jury in Saint John will be asked today to decide whether a young man and woman had consensual sex when they got together at a Sussex home in August of last year

Fundy lobster fishermen lose bid to set traps early

An appeal by Bay of Fundy Lobster fishermen to set their traps Monday instead of Tuesday has been rejected by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans.

Residents fear for wetlands, watercourses after reviewing Irving gypsum mine proposal

People in the Upham area are poring over environmental impact assessments documents released this week on a gypsum mine proposal for the rural community.

Irving pollution fine will not go to Irving non-profit

Lawyers for the Crown and defence have backed away from a controversial joint recommendation in a pollution case involving Irving Pulp and Paper.