Sea Cucumbers creating jobs in St. Lawrence
Newfoundland neighbours’ land feud ends up in court
Bob Wakeham: The ghosts of Muskrat past
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ATV accident prompts emergency response in Beau Bois
Ocean Choice International charged with illegal fishing
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Conflict of interest claim made against Northern Arm mayor
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No answers five months after Skye Martin’s death: mother
Muskrat Falls symposium at Memorial University open to all
Questions for auditors wrap up at Muskrat Falls Inquiry
Shooting was self-defence, judge rules
Transphobic posters on Memorial University campus spark investigation
Completion of major infrastructure project on West Valley Road in Corner Brook not likely this year
Interim deal means western Newfoundland garbage will soon be shipped to Norris Arm
It is not a permanent fix, but at least garbage from the western region will soon finally be diverted to central Newfoundland. Western Regional Waste Management and Central Newfoundland Waste Management have reached an interim agreement that paves ...
Corner Brook police charged teenage boy and girl with confining, assaulting girl
Two Corner Brook youths have been charged with multiple offences in relation to an alleged assault on another young person. According to the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, police received a report Friday that a 12-year-old girl was allegedly ...
Driving without proper paperwork may be common practice: Cpl. Butler
The Bay St. George RCMP have charged yet another person for driving without the proper paperwork and impounded the vehicle the woman was driving. After conducting patrols in school zones in the Bay St. George area on Sept. 11 and impounding three ...
Joshua Cormier agrees to remand in custody to Nov. 6
Facing a slew of charges after being taken back into custody, Joshua Melvin Cormier of Flat Bay agreed to be remanded in custody when he appeared in Stephenville Provincial Court on Monday. As six weeks is set aside for a pre-sentence report on ...
Government outsources for ideas on economic diversity
The provincial government has hired consultant McKinsey and Co. for $1 million to look for ways to diversity the Newfoundland and Labrador economy. The contract, awarded on Sept. 19, will see the company look for ways to help the government focus ...
Nalcor confident in Muskrat Falls decision
Auditors with Grant Thornton told the Muskrat Falls Inquiry on Friday about “potential misstatements” by Nalcor Energy in considering Newfoundland and Labrador’s power options in the lead-up to the sanctioning of the Muskrat Falls ...
No charges following report of nude swimmer in Marystown
MARYSTOWN, N.L. - No charges are being laid after a man was seen allegedly skinny-dipping in the harbour near Canning Bridge in Marystown on Sunday, Sept. 23. A spokesperson with the RCMP’s B Division’s Media Relations confirmed in an ...
Newfoundland and Labrador government planning for possible mail strike
The provincial government says it’s monitoring the current labour situation at Canada Post and the potential effect any loss of mail service may have on residents. Canada Post has advised a disruption in mail delivery could begin on ...
‘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 ...