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Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan is the night desk reporter at Sudbury.com. He is a graduate of Humber College's Journalism program. Matt spent time as a reporter in Thompson, Man., as well as Airdrie, Alta., before moving to Sudbury. Follow him on Twitter @mdurnan. He can be reached by email at mdurnan@sudbury.com.

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<updated>Are you ready, Nickel City?</updated> Up Here 5 is up and running

Are you ready, Nickel City? Up Here 5 is up and running

The weirdest and wackiest three-day festival in the North ends Sunday
Committee unanimously rejects EcoLife owner's bid to get his business license back

Committee unanimously rejects EcoLife owner's bid to get his business license back

Dave Murray didn't even show up to listen to his angry former clients tell their stories
New minister, new day: Concerned autism parents air grievances to Lisa McLeod's replacement

New minister, new day: Concerned autism parents air grievances to Lisa McLeod's replacement

New autism program slated to roll out by April 2020 but parents still looking for answers
Drug shortage won't impact patients receiving treatment, Sudbury cancer centre says

Drug shortage won't impact patients receiving treatment, Sudbury cancer centre says

Chance of drug shortage affecting patient in the middle of treatment is 'basically zero'
Drug shortage won't impact patients receiving treatment, cancer centre says

Drug shortage won't impact patients receiving treatment, cancer centre says

Chance of drug shortage affecting patient in the middle of treatment is 'basically zero'
EcoLife owner's matters moving forward slowly

EcoLife owner's matters moving forward slowly

Theft charges progressing, while fraud charges remain at a standstill
Contractor facing fraud, theft charges still fighting to get business license back

Contractor facing fraud, theft charges still fighting to get business license back

Hearing committee meeting scheduled for Aug. 14 as Dave Murray looks to appeal city's decision to revoke his license
20 loved ones lost: Hannah Tooktoo's cross-Canada ride and the Indigenous suicide crisis

20 loved ones lost: Hannah Tooktoo's cross-Canada ride and the Indigenous suicide crisis

She stopped at Shkagamik-Kwe Health Centre on Thursday to talk mental health and more
The kinkiest convention ever to come to Nickel City is Aug. 17

The kinkiest convention ever to come to Nickel City is Aug. 17

The Midnight at Dawn Expo hits the Sudbury Event Centre and the Asylum later this month
Thirty HSN patients in unconventional beds as hospital battles capacity issues

Thirty HSN patients in unconventional beds as hospital battles capacity issues

Health Sciences North's ALC numbers well above average for summer months