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Five people displaced following St. John's house fire Tuesday night
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St. John’s council expanding sidewalk snowclearing
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Newfoundland and Labrador man dies in crash in eastern Cape Breton
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Hypervigilance is vital in wake of MCP breach, says privacy commissioner
Hypervigilance is vital, privacy commissioner says in wake of MCP breach
Bell ringing tradition resumes at Wesley United Church
Newfoundland and Labrador group developing resources for men who want to put violence in the past
Trimper, Reid vying to be Speaker of N.L. House of Assembly
Former Speaker and cabinet minister Perry Trimper is seeking another stint in as Speaker, while MHA Scott Reid is taking another swing at the job. Trimper was first elected speaker in 2017, following the resignation of Cathy Bennett as Finance ...
Ball, Legault talk mining, fixed link and Gull Island
Premier Dwight Ball and Quebec Premier Francois Legault had an unannounced meeting on Halloween, which Ball says helped work on areas of mutual interest between the provinces. Ball says no new agreements were signed as a part of his meeting with ...
Corner Brook judge acquits woman in case of impaired driving and prescription drugs
A west coast woman charged with operating a vehicle while impaired by drug has been acquitted — she was prescribed the cocktail of meds and had been declared fit by her doctor to drive. “(The accused) knowingly consumed the drugs that ...
Police search for Lewisporte gas-and-dash culprit
RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in finding the man believed to be responsible for a gas and dash at the Orange Store on Main Street last month. In the afternoon of Sept. 18, officers responded to a complaint of a man who pumped ...
Former U.S. President Barack Obama to appear at Mile One in St. John’s
The St. John’s Board of Trade announced Thursday “A Conversation with President Barack Obama” will come to Mile One in St. John’s. The appearance takes place 7 p.m Nov. 12. Pre-sale for Board of Trade members starts at 9 ...
Gudie Hutchings keeps Long Range Mountains for Federal Liberals
Gudie Hutchings is headed back to Ottawa as the Liberal MP for the Long Range Mountains and she’s hopeful that the people of the country will recognize the work her party has done over the last four years and give them the opportunity to ...
Thirteen-year-old Flower's Cove ATV driver, his parents facing charges
A 13-year-old boy is facing charges after he reportedly drove an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) recklessly and refused to stop for police. According to Flowers Cove RCMP, officers spotted ATVs driving recklessly on the highway near Savage Cove on ...
Residents in province being warned about phone scams
The justice department and police in this province are warning the public about a few fraudulent phone scams circulating recently. One of the scams offers jury duty exemptions, while the Both ask for the person’s social insurance ...
Gulf News Community Calendar Oct.6- Nov2
To list an event email: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line Community Calendar or phone 695-3671 and ask for Charlene. Deadline is Monday ...
Who's on the ballot in your riding in Newfoundland and Labrador?
Election day is Monday, Oct. 21 and we have you covered with details on all the candidates across Newfoundland and Labrador. Click on your riding below to see a profile of the ...