Access to health care services was the main issue northerners raised in a recent survey by the North East Local Health Integration Network. File photo.

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Wednesday will be mainly sunny with increasing cloudiness in the evening. The high for the day will be 4 C, and the low 0 C.
Sunshine to carry you over the hump
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Sudbury Mayor Brian Bigger, right, signed a proclamation Tuesday declaring the week of May 1 Hospice Palliative Care Week. Léo Therrien, Maison Vale Hospice's executive director, left, and Bill Bray, RBC's vice-president of  commercial financial services for the Northern Lakes region, to his right, accepted the proclamation, along with the company's mascot, Leo the Lion. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
RBC Hike for Hospice aims to raise $155K
Mar 31, 2015
Miss Universe Canada Pageant contestant Jessie Must — a third-year Laurentian University student — is raising funds for the pageant's charity of choice, Operation Smile. A gala fundraising dinner for the charity takes place April 10 at the Caruso Club. Supplied photo.
Pageant contestant raising funds for kids' surgeries
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Henri Giroux holds his over-sized envelope he was delivering to Nipissing-Timiskaming MP Jay Aspin's North Bay office. The heatlh-care rally took place at noon on Wednesday in front of the constituency office. Photo by Chris Dawson.
Union fights for better health care in the North
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Three men were arrested March 28 after police seized $40,000 in drugs. File photo.
Police seize $40K in illegal drugs, three face charges
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The parking lot at the Minnow Lake Dog Park will set the scene for a closed-set filming, which will limit the parking at the dog park. File photo.
Filming limits parking at Minnow Lake Dog Park
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Vale millwright Paul Rochette, 36, was killed on April 6, 2014, after a workplace incident in the company's Copper Cliff Smelter. File photo.
Copper Cliff Smelter had poor safety culture: Steelworkers
Mar 31, 2015
Sudbury's Future Shop closed March 28. Cambrian College professor Brian Vendramin said it's a sign of a soft retail market. File photo.
Future Shop closure reflects changing retail landscape
Mar 31, 2015
Greater Sudbury Police is looking for a man who stabbed another man during a fight March 30. File photo.
Police seek stabbing suspect
Mar 31, 2015
Jessica Grenier speaks to students at a pep rally at Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School on Tuesday. Grenier's son has recieved ongoing care at NEO Kids. The Score for NEO Kids hockey tournament takes place May 2. Photo by Mallika Viegas.
Pep rally kicks off Score for NEO Kids
Mar 31, 2015
Greater Sudbury Police is looking for help from the public in locating possible witness information about a March 30 motor vehicle collision on Municipal Road 80.
Police seek witnesses of Hanmer collision
Mar 31, 2015
 In 2013, Autism Ontario began participating in flag-raising ceremonies that occurred in more than 300 Ontario communities and raised more 500 flags in support of autism awareness. Supplied photo.
Sudbury to celebrate World Autism Awareness Day
Mar 31, 2015

Local

Paul Lefebvre gives his victory speech after winning the Sudbury federal Liberal nomination March 28. Photo by Heidi Ulrichsen.
Access to health care services was the main issue northerners raised in a recent survey by the North East Local Health Integration Network. File photo.
Access the biggest health-care issue for Northerners
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Henri Giroux holds his over-sized envelope he was delivering to Nipissing-Timiskaming MP Jay Aspin's North Bay office. The heatlh-care rally took place at noon on Wednesday in front of the constituency office. Photo by Chris Dawson.
Union fights for better health care in the North
9 hours ago

Police

A 51-year-old man was charged with blowing over 80 and having care and control after he was found intoxicated while sitting in his vehicle in the Centennial Arena parking lot in Hanmer March 28. Supplied photo.
Greater Sudbury Police is looking for a man who stabbed another man during a fight March 30. File photo.
Police seek stabbing suspect
Mar 31, 2015
Greater Sudbury Police is looking for help from the public in locating possible witness information about a March 30 motor vehicle collision on Municipal Road 80.
Police seek witnesses of Hanmer collision
Mar 31, 2015

Lifestyle

The Star Keeper is staged at TNO at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. April 11. Supplied photo.
Prank responsibly and Happy April Fool's Day. Screenshot
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April 1 is right around the corner, so here are some easy, kid friendly ways to have a laugh with your little ones.
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Mar 30, 2015

Sports

Hanmer native Tyson Trosckinski, a catcher, signed a National Letter of Intent earlier this year with Dakota County Technical College in Rosemount, Minnesota. File photo.
Hanmer native Tyson Trosckinski, a catcher, signed a National Letter of Intent earlier this year with Dakota County Technical College in Rosemount, Minnesota. File photo.
Tyson Trosckinski catching for NJCAA's Blue Knights
Mar 30, 2015
The Northern Chill 15U Girls placed fifth in the Bugarski Cup Championship Central tournament in King City late last month. Supplied photo.
Northern Chill settles for fifth in Bugarski Cup tourney
Mar 29, 2015