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Kennebecasis officer accused of 3 more breaches of Police Act for alleged 'retaliation'

A senior officer with the Kennebecasis Regional Police Force who is already facing an 81-count complaint under the Police Act is accused of three more offences for allegedly retaliating against the original complainant, a female civilian employee he supervised.

N.B. Police Commission denies negligence in conduct investigation of ex-deputy chief

The New Brunswick Police Commission and its former executive director deny any wrongdoing in how they handled a conduct complaint against the former deputy chief of the Saint John Police Force in connection with Dennis Oland's murder trial.

Oland family offers reward for info to help solve Richard Oland's murder

Dennis Oland's family has renewed its offer of a reward for information that might help find the real killer of his father, multimillionaire Richard Oland.

Crown will not appeal Dennis Oland's murder acquittal in 2011 death of father

Public Prosecution Services will not appeal Dennis Oland's second-degree murder acquittal in the 2011 bludgeoning death of his father, multimillionaire Richard Oland, in Saint John.

'Righting a wrong': 1st Canadian-born black lawyer named to Order of New Brunswick

Abraham Beverley Walker was the first Canadian-born black lawyer, but the Saint John area native has been all but forgotten by history, says a local amateur historian.

Residential customers could see their Enbridge Gas bill drop by 7%

Enbridge Gas has applied to the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board to increase the customer charge and distribution rate for its residential customers next year.

State funeral to be held Thursday for Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau

A state funeral for New Brunswick Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau will be held Thursday in Robertville, government officials confirmed on Tuesday.

Legionnaires' disease outbreak in greater Moncton reaches 9, could grow

The number of legionnaires' disease cases in the greater Moncton area reached nine on Friday, and the outbreak could grow as Public Health officials continue to investigate the source of the legionella bacteria, says the province's deputy chief medical officer of health.

Lieutenant-governor remembered as 'trailblazer' after death from cancer

New Brunswick Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau is being fondly remembered as an inspirational "trailblazer" and passionate advocate, who championed the need for "new sense of pride" in the province.

Legionnaires' disease outbreak declared in greater Moncton with 7 confirmed cases

There is an outbreak of legionnaires' disease in the greater Moncton area, with seven confirmed cases of the severe pneumonia in the past month, according to the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health.

Appeal of Dennis Oland's 2nd-degree murder acquittal unlikely, say veteran lawyers

Two veteran defence lawyers say it's unlikely New Brunswick prosecutors will appeal Dennis Oland's acquittal of second-degree murder in the 2011 bludgeoning death of his father, multimillionaire Richard.

Province issues blue-green algae advisory for St. John River

The New Brunswick government has issued a blue-green algae advisory for a 100-kilometre stretch of the St. John River between Fredericton and Woodstock.
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101 lost snow crab traps, 9 km of rope removed from gulf to protect right whales

Federal fishery officers and Canadian Coast Guard crews have removed 101 lost snow crab traps and more than nine kilometres of associated rope from the Gulf of St. Lawrence as part of ongoing efforts to protect endangered North Atlantic right whales.

Police watchdog may skip review of Oland homicide investigation

The New Brunswick Police Commission may not proceed with a professional conduct review of the Saint John Police Force's handling of the Richard Oland homicide investigation. And a review of the force's involvement in the jury selection process for Dennis Oland's murder retrial will not proceed.

Dennis Oland murder retrial cost New Brunswick taxpayers $930K

Dennis Oland's murder retrial cost New Brunswick taxpayers nearly $930,000 so far, figures obtained by CBC News reveal.