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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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Recent Work by Matt

Garson girls headed to national bowling championships

Garson girls headed to national bowling championships

Junior team heads to Quebec in May
A Night in Africa celebrates fifth anniversary this Saturday

A Night in Africa celebrates fifth anniversary this Saturday

Fundraiser event is critical to operation of Kenyan orphanage
Dragon boat festival organizers hopeful for a bounce back year

Dragon boat festival organizers hopeful for a bounce back year

Co-chair hopes to raise $100,000 for hospice
Lots of laughs at SiriusXM Top Comic Showcase

Lots of laughs at SiriusXM Top Comic Showcase

LOL Sudbury has just one more night of club shows
<b>Last truck out of Sudbury Hospital Services</b>

Last truck out of Sudbury Hospital Services

Laundry workers gather as last load of linens heads to HSN
Former Rainbow Board trustee returning to the table

Former Rainbow Board trustee returning to the table

Ruth Ward appointed as Tyler Campbell's replacement
<b>Growing the game:</b> Soccer camp looks to get more girls involved in the sport

Growing the game: Soccer camp looks to get more girls involved in the sport

Homegrown player and coach Dayna Corelli is running a free soccer development camp
<b>Over capacity forecast to cost hospital $7M in 2016-17</b>

Over capacity forecast to cost hospital $7M in 2016-17

Need to partner with the community 'has never been greater,' V-P says
Community unites for United Achievement Awards

Community unites for United Achievement Awards

United Way and Sudbury Wolves announce new Wolves United partnership
Sudbury addictions centre takes over former St. David School

Sudbury addictions centre takes over former St. David School

Monarch Recovery Services renovating former Donovan elementary school with an eye to a March opening