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
CINDY DAY: False dawn - true beauty
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Bonne Bay fishermen fined $1,000
Western Health Community Partnership Engagement sessions being held
Corner Brook man facing more charges
Date changed on preliminary inquiry into charge of dangerous driving
Inherent value in Muskrat Falls Inquiry: historian
Deer Lake requesting delay to start of new waste collection system
The Sort-It Western waste management program is slated for implementation in Deer Lake next month, but it will be longer than that if the town has its way. The program was kicked off in the Corner Brook, Humber Valley, Pasadena and St. ...
Town of Deer Lake honours veterans in naming of industrial park
Deer Lake’s new industrial park has a new name and an accompanying theme for naming its streets. Earlier this week, town council agreed to call the area the Veterans Memorial Industrial Park in honour of all those who have offered their ...
Discarded syringes found around Marystown in recent weeks
MARYSTOWN, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA Used syringes have been found in several locations around Marystown of late. Dennis Kelly, the town’s chief administrative officer, made councillors aware of the matter during ...
Work underway to breathe new life into one of Twillingate’s oldest buildings
Restoration efforts are underway to preserve one of the oldest commercial buildings of Twillingate Island. Deborah Bourden and Wilma Hartmann purchased the historic Victoria Hall, sometimes referred to as the Society of United Fishermen (SUF) ...
Public servants, their salaries must be released, Court of Appeal rules
St. John's, N.L. — The province’s top court has ruled that the names of public servants and their salaries must be made available. In a two-to-one decision, released late Monday, the Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal ...
Applications being accepted for Miss Achievement NL scholarship program
St. John’s, NL – Applications are being accepted for the 2018-19 Miss Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador Scholarship Program. From Nov. 16-18, women ages 13-18 from around the province will gather in the capital city for the ...
Man who crashed vehicle on Northern Peninsula charged with impaired driving
COOK’S HARBOUR, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA A 31-year-old man has a court date on Dec. 11 to answer to charges of impaired driving. Yesterday evening, Sept. 18, around 6:20 p.m., St. Anthony RCMP responded to a report there ...
Thirty-day demolition notice issued for former primary school
CLARENVILLE, N.L.—The Town of Clarenville has issued a 30-day demolition notice for the former primary school building on Pleasant Street. After consulting with the Newfoundland and Labrador School English School District (NLESD) and the ...
Newfoundland couple wins $1 million on new Atlantic Lottery scratch ticket
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA Atlantic Lottery will celebrate another big scratch ticket payout in Newfoundland on Thursday, Sept. 20. A cheque for $1 million will be presented to a couple from the ...
UPDATED WITH VIDEO: Prince of Wales Collegiate in St. John's in secure mode after bear spray attack
Prince of Wales Collegiate in St. John's was in secure mode this morning as there are reports of a bear spray attack and students being sent to hospital. Some students and parents say students gathered outside at recess to watch a ...