Kate Letterick is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick.
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Some voting-rule changes as 2 byelection campaigns in Miramichi get underway
Voters in Miramichi Bay-Neguac and Southwest Miramichi-Bay du Vin are heading to the polls June 20 to fill two vacant seats.
New arrival at Magnetic Hill Zoo brings primate family unit up to four
Magnetic Hill Zoo is asking the public for help naming a white-handed gibbon born in February. The baby boy joins parents K'nook and Rudee and brother Lek, who is two.
Port Elgin students enjoy the fruits of their labour from winterized greenhouse
Students at Port Elgin Regional School are tasting the fruits of their labour, as they enjoy a bounty of produce they grew in a winterized greenhouse.
Fredericton bids to host curling's Tournament of Hearts in 2024
The Cty of Fredericton is officially vying to host the Scotties Tournament of Hearts curling event in 2024.
Fredericton encourages citizens to give lawn mowers the month of May off
The city of Fredericton joins other New Brunswick communities taking part in the "No-Mow May" initiative, to help provide food for pollinators.
Former parishioners pay emotional last visit to N.B. church set for demolition
Former parishioners take emotional last tour of Dieppe's Notre-Dame-de-Lorette church before it comes down to make way for an apartment building.
Police investigating fatal shooting of 18-year-old in Moncton
Police are investigating the shooting death of an 18-year-old in Moncton's north end. It happened just after 6 a.m. Monday.
Vaccination rates slow down in New Brunswick as COVID-19 cases remain high
The New Brunswick Pharmacists' Association is seeing the demand for COVID-19 vaccinations continue to slow down.
Dieppe takes fresh new approach to dog-poop problem
The city of Dieppe is trying to educate people about the environmental problems caused by uncollected dog waste along trails in the community.
COVID-19 guidelines will remain in place in nursing homes and special care facilities
New Brunswick may be lifting COVID-19 restrictions on Monday. But that won't be the case for nursing homes and special care facilities. The province says the homes will continue to follow COVID-19 guidelines provided by Public Health.