Police investigating break and enter at Canada Post in Marystown
Santa spreads Christmas spirit in Marystown
Marystown council makes moves to ensure openness and transparency
Emotional night at Remembering Her event in Marystown
Rats continue to pester Marystown residents
Targa returning to Marystown
Public buildings in St. Lawrence test high for radon
Clearwater debuts new vessel for catching Arctic surf clams off N.L and ...
Fortune wharf upgrades must accommodate new St-Pierre-et-Miquelon ferries
Cape Breton Post
Newfoundland and Labrador's nurses in ‘uncertain environment,’ union says
Gerry Byrne says government will soon announce plan to decrease hunting pressure on moose
Winter storm watch in effect for eastern Newfoundland this Saturday
John Hickey left a mark on Labrador, colleagues say
Happy Valley-Goose Bay mayor John Hickey passes away
Pat Quinlan dies at 88
Vital change in Newfoundland and Labrador birth certificates
Transgender activist Gemma Hickey of St. John’s and their lawyer, Brittany Whalen, went to the province’s Vital Statistics Division in Mount Pearl on Thursday. Earlier, they were at Supreme Court to inform the presiding judge of ...
Cortney Lake’s family raises Christmas tree in her memory; hopes to draw attention to violence against women
By Juanita Mercer The Telegram Some say that finding a dime means a deceased loved one is looking out for you. “We found a dime under the tree,” said Donna Walsh, Cortney Lake’s aunt. “For anyone that’s a bit ...
DFO says changes at St. John’s facility a result of disconcerting spring protests
If Richard Gillett happens in the future to revisit the hill where he camped out for an 11-day hunger strike last spring near the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) building in St. John’s, he may not recognize it. And he probably ...
Early learning and child care bilateral agreement to be announced on Friday
ST. JOHN’S - The provincial and federal governments are set to announce details of the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Early Learning and Child Care Bilateral Agreement on Friday afternoon. Premier Dwight Ball will be joined by provincial ...
Around the Grand Bank council table
GRAND BANK, NL – Grand Bank council met on Monday, Dec. 11. Getting ready for review The provincial government is planning to complete its first review of the Municipalities Act in 30 years. Mayor Rex Matthews says there are a lot of ...
Support for rented private residences being taxed split down the middle in NL
In a recent poll, about half of Newfoundland and Labrador residents indicated support for rented private residences being taxed and regulated in the same manner as other paid accommodations in the province. The information was gathered in a ...
Town of Burin approves budget 2018
BURIN, NL—The Town of Burin has approved a budget of $2,641,333 for the 2018 calendar year. ...
Grieg Aquaculture project in court amid protests
Protesters on both sides of an aquaculture project proposed for Placentia Bay are outside the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal in St. John's today (Thursday). Inside the courthouse, a panel of judges is hearing an ...
DFO looking at fines instead of charges for minor fishing offences
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) is seeking the public’s views on plans to expand the use of tickets for minor fishing infractions. ...
Botwood’s Chase the Ace prize keeps growing
Ed Lanon of Bishop’s Falls was the latest person to get a chance to find the ace but he failed to pull it from the six-card deck last night, Dec. 13. ...