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Province should expect feds to push cuts: Vardy
Animals unharmed as fire at hobby farm outside Badger gives owners a ...
Doug Plumb steps down at St. John's Edge head coach
Canadian Red Cross assists family after house fire in Peterview
Nunatsiavut adopts housing act
Port aux Basques Mariners retire Juan Strickland’s No. 9
Corner Brook may feature downtown street train for this coming tourism ...
Deer Lake Regional Search and Rescue makes two rescues
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UPDATED: Flowline connector recovery going according to plan: Husky
At last … Antimony mine to restart operations near Glenwood
Economist Mike Stolte facilitates tourism session in Corner Brook
Husky to begin repair work at South White Rose Extension Friday morning
GUEST COLUMN: Independent pharmacies at risk
Ottawa invests $3.7M in research projects at MUN
Oil-heated homes in Newfoundland and Labrador eligible for new rebates
Home owners reliant on oil heat can now apply for rebates through TakeCHARGE on new insulation and programmable thermostats. The province committed up to $1.54 million, while the federal government has committed to $512,000 over three years to ...
Quin-Sea Fisheries turning Grand Bank Harbour Authority shed into lobster pound
Grand Bank harvester Jason Matthews sees the benefits of setting up a lobster holding pound on the town’s waterfront. “The biggest problem up this way is trucking, and anybody who knows anything about lobsters, well, when you get them ...
Restart of Beaver Brook Antimony Mine near Glenwood announced
After months of speculation, the resurrection of the Beaver Brook Antimony Mine has been confirmed. Provincial government officials gathered in Glenwood on Friday, March 8, to share the news. Leading into the announcement, Premier ...
Nearly half of vehicles going through N.L. construction zones are speeding: report
A pilot project testing camera technologies of vehicle speeds in construction zones has found that close to half of the vehicles monitored were travelling higher than the construction zone speed limit. The pilot project was conducted during fall ...
Kraken Robotics receives $2.3 million from Ocean Infinity
St. John’s-based marine technology company Kraken Robotics announced Tuesday that it received $2.3 million from Ocean Infinity from the exercise of 5,760,000 warrants. The warrants were issued to Ocean Infinity – an offshore ocean ...
NLOWE to host International Women’s Day events across N.L.
The Newfoundland and Labrador Organization of Women Entrepreneurs (NLOWE) is hosting five International Women’s Day events across the province this week. The events began in Corner Brook on Wednesday, then continue in St. John’s, Happy ...
Growlers, Edge and Noia partner to support N.L.’s oil and gas industry
Two of the province’s professional sports organizations, the Newfoundland Growlers and the St. John’s Edge, have teamed up with Noia in support of the province’s offshore oil and gas industry. A promotional logo will be featured ...
Clarenville Chamber of Commerce honours local businesses at annual awards
Seven local business leaders were honoured last night, March 5, at the Clarenville and Area Chamber of Commerce annual general meeting and awards. This year’s Small Business of the Year Award went to Craig’s Locksmithing and Autoglass, ...
Newfoundland and Labrador construction industry gathers for annual conference
Professionals in the province’s construction industry are coming together this week to share ideas, address challenges and explore future opportunities in the industry. The Newfoundland and Labrador Construction Association (NLCA) annual ...
GUEST COLUMN: International Women’s Day 2019: Women are done waiting
By Mary Shortall March 8, International Women’s Day, is all about unity, celebration, reflection, advocacy and action. It is a time to honour the women and women’s organizations who have tirelessly fought for equality; to celebrate ...