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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

Artists show off their skills at Sudbury's first Art Battle

Artists show off their skills at Sudbury's first Art Battle

First ever Sudbury Art Battle a fun-filled event
Sears "lost its way" says Cambrian business prof

Sears "lost its way" says Cambrian business prof

Store's liquidation will cost 12,000 people their jobs across Canada
Injuries piling up as collision count continues to rise on Sudbury roads

Injuries piling up as collision count continues to rise on Sudbury roads

Seven collisions, three involving pedestrians, since Wednesday afternoon
Three years in the making: New look Hyundai dealership unveiled

Three years in the making: New look Hyundai dealership unveiled

Sudbury Hyundai celebrates with gala event
Owner of alleged vicious dogs attacks witness testimony in closing argument

Owner of alleged vicious dogs attacks witness testimony in closing argument

Decision in case against two dogs accused of killing a neighbour's dog expected Dec. 13
Oct. 7 marked the fourth anniversary of unsolved murder of Sherri-Lynn McEwan

Oct. 7 marked the fourth anniversary of unsolved murder of Sherri-Lynn McEwan

OPP asking the public for assistance in 2013 murder of Sheri-Lynn McEwan
Tragic anniversary: Remembering Const. Joe MacDonald 24 years after his murder

Tragic anniversary: Remembering Const. Joe MacDonald 24 years after his murder

The man who investigated the killing, former police chief Alex McCauley, says the murder hit the city 'like a hammer'
Tragic anniversary: Remembering Const. Joe MacDonald 24 years after his murder

Tragic anniversary: Remembering Const. Joe MacDonald 24 years after his murder

The man who investigated the killing, former police chief Alex McCauley, says the murder hit the city 'like a hammer'
Game on! Northern Game Expo returns for third year

Game on! Northern Game Expo returns for third year

40 vendors and 60 tables of all things video games and moreĀ 
Million Dollar Bus arrives in Sudbury

Million Dollar Bus arrives in Sudbury

Ryan Lancaster is raising money for community projects across Canada