Isle aux Morts senior appreciates how things have changed
T’Railway Provincial Park bed is hazardous say Codroy Valley residents
Sou’Wes Newfoundland Delta Waterfowl hosts third annual sportsman’s dinner
Mysterious plastic on Cape Ray beach is actually seagrass
Cheeto shaped like running man wins Glovertown woman $27,000
MusicNL announces 2018 awards nominees
2018 luminary service honours late committee member
N.L. premier blasts ‘doom and gloom’ attitude
West Coast Senior Hockey League going with shorter regular season this winter
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No charges following report of nude swimmer in Marystown
Out-of-gas driver full of booze: Grand Falls-Windsor RCMP
UPDATED: Marine Atlantic ferry helping sailboat in distress off Cape Breton
Newfoundland and Labrador government planning for possible mail strike
Fire at Fillatre’s Funeral Home in Happy Valley-Goose Bay deemed accidental
UPDATED: Missing man Gerald Anthony reported deceased
RNC seek help finding missing man Melvin Hillier
The public is being asked to assist the RNC in locating a man reported missing from his Torbay home Sunday morning. Melvin Hillier (54) was last seen leaving his home in Torbay at 11 a.m. Sunday morning. Reports have him possibly in the area of the ...
Cape Ray transfer station opens with no fanfare, little warning, and some headaches
When Western Regional Waste Management announced that its new transfer site near Cape Ray would begin operations as scheduled last Monday, Sept. 17, it caught even some members of the Port aux Basques Town Council off guard. Meanwhile area ...
‘We’ve got so many barriers’ N.L. rally participants say
“It is 2018, and how come our language isn’t recognized?” Andrea Boundridge, deaf co-chairperson of the Recognize ASL and LSQ rally, was passionate as she explained the importance of Saturday’s gathering at the ...
Annual NAFO meeting adopts measures for Greenland halibut, Flemish Cap cod
The 40th annual week-long meeting of the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization (NAFO) ended on Friday in Tallinn, Estonia, where there were a number of measures accepted by Canada and other NAFO member contracting parties aimed at improving the ...
Overnight motorcycle accident in St. John's sends man to hospital
One man was taken to hospital early Saturday morning following a motorcycle accident on the parking lot of an east-end hotel. An official on scene told the Telegram the man was found on the ground next to his overturned bike near the entrance of ...
Car crashes through Mount Pearl fence early Saturday morning
There were no injuries but a fence was heavily damaged just before 2:30 a.m. Saturday morning after a car crashed into a Mount Pearl back yard. An emergency official on scene told The Telegram that the female driver apparently swerved to avoid ...
Huge U.S. military plane makes emergency landing at St. John's airport early Saturday morning
A huge United States Air Force C-17A Globemaster made an emergency landing at St. John’s airport early Saturday morning. The St. John’s Regional fire department, Eastern Health paramedics and the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary were ...
N.L. prison protest coming to Confederation Building
When Samantha Piercey died at the women’s prison in Clarenville, family friend Patricia Day felt she had to do something. Day says she is good friends with Piercy’s mother, Lisa Piercey, who has understandably been going through a hard ...
Ask the Mayors: We asked area mayors about how the four-year term is going
Mayor Jim Parsons Corner Brook 1) Has your council done some positive things in the community during the past year? I’m proud we started down the road of developing our tourist sector with work around all-terrain vehicle tourism and ...
Auditors question ‘best option’ decision
A forensic audit team has determined Nalcor Energy made “potential misstatements” in examining the options for powering Newfoundland and Labrador, ahead of the decision to sanction the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project. The cost of ...