Kate Letterick is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick.
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Moncton's Centennial Park to get a makeover, citizens invited to share ideas
Parts of Centennial Park in Moncton are about to get an update, and the city wants to hear from the people who use it.
A Fredericton High class ring makes it back to its owner, 25 years after it was lost
A Miscou Island woman is glad a 25 year old mystery is solved. She was finally able to reconnect a lost class ring with its owner.
Keeping sisterly bonds tight during a COVID-19 Christmas
Freda Colpitts of Moncton, 86, gets a sister-filled surprise to brighten her holiday spirits.
Bouctouche walkers aim to reach Vancouver, without leaving the town
The town of Bouctouche has come up with a way to help relieve the stress caused by the pandemic, while promoting exercise.
Proposed class-action lawsuit involving former Moncton nurse back in court
Lawyers in a proposed class-action lawsuit involving former Moncton nurse Nicole Ruest held a conference call in Court of Queen's Bench Friday to plan next steps.
Bail hearing delayed again for man accused of attacking Moncton bartender
A bail hearing for a man accused of aggravated assault after a Moncton bartender was beaten up was delayed Wednesday for a second day in a row.
Christmas charities scramble to forge new fundraising paths
Many Christmas charities have had to come up with a new way of fundraising because of COVID-19.
Codiac RCMP investigating incident involving injured man
Codiac RCMP say they're investigating after finding an injured man at a gas station Wednesday morning.
Busking Riverview schoolboy uses his musical talent to help others
Johnny Beach, 8, has used his fiddle to raise hundreds of dollars for charitable organizations.
City of Moncton asks people not to cut branches for holiday decor
The city of Moncton is asking people not to treat local parks like holiday decoration stores, following incidents where people cut branches off trees to take home.