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Sunday, November 10, 2013

Police Aim For Arrest In Oland Case By End Of The Year

It's the most high-profile unsolved mystery in Saint John's history.

Police say they hope to have an arrest in the murder of Richard Oland, by the end of the year.

 Police Cheif Bill Reid tells CHSJ News says he's sticking to what he said all along. "I'm still confident as I was, when I said that we will have an arrest by the end of the year."

Reid says he's never seen so much media scrutiny surrounding sealed search warrants in his entire career. He says, whether the public wanted more information about the case or not, they've certainly got it.

Royal Canadian Legions Receiving Tax Cut


 The Alward government has announced a tax cut for Royal Canadian Legions in New Brunswick.

 The province is re-classifying the property tax reduction for Legions, from a 90 per cent reduction to a 100 per cent.

The initiative is expected to affect 11,000 members of the Royal Canadian Legions Command. Across the province, 55 Legions will directly benefit from the tax cut.

Smoke Detector Heard By Neighbour Helped Save A Home

What could have been a house fire, turning out to be minor problem thanks to a neighbour hearing a smoke detector.

KV fire was dispatched to Queensbury Dr. in Quispamsis this morning. The smoke was caused by an unintended pot on the stove, taking fire firefighters about an hour to clear up.

Saint John - Digby Ferry Back In Service At 4

The Princess of Acadia will be back in service today at 4 pm, on it's run from Digby to Saint John.

The ferry touched ground after an electrical problem near the Nova Scotia terminal, on Thursday.

In June, Saint John MP Rodney Weston and Tourism Minister Trevor Holder were part of a splashy announcement on board the vessel, saying that the Federal government is starting to look for a replacement for the boat. It was built back in 1971.