Rats continue to pester Marystown residents
Targa returning to Marystown
Public buildings in St. Lawrence test high for radon
Marystown school choir takes part in Sobeys’ sing-a-long contest
Hannah Thorne’s mother applauds new changes to N.L’s Highway Traffic Act
Clearwater debuts new vessel for catching Arctic surf clams off N.L and ...
Fortune wharf upgrades must accommodate new St-Pierre-et-Miquelon ferries
Lawn med student hopes to attract physicians to region
Lord’s Cove’s hidden gem
Cape Breton Post
Province spends $2.2M to remove brush from N.L. roads
Fraudsters sending false e-transfer emails claiming to be from the CRA
Catching up with Marystown council
Eclectic panel discusses how to get the most out of Muskrat Falls inquiry
N.L. participating in e-mental health demonstration project
FISH-NL supporters blaming DFO closure of Fortune Bay cod fishery on FFAW
ARNNL’s Education and Research Trust awards scholarships and bursaries
The Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (ARNNL) Education and Research Trust awarded over $60,000 in scholarships and bursaries last week. Two awards ceremonies were held – one in St. John’s on Friday, Dec. 8, ...
Police investigating break and enter at Canada Post in Marystown
RCMP are investigating a break, enter and theft at the Canada Post building in Marystown ...
Voters heading to the polls for Bonavista-Burin-Trinity byelection today
It’s byelection day in the federal riding of Bonavista-Burin-Trinity. ...
N.L. justice minister attending Conference of Ministers Responsible for Human Rights
OTTAWA – Newfoundland and Labrador Justice and Public Safety Minister Andrew Parsons is in Ottawa today for the Federal, Provincial and Territorial Conference of Ministers responsible for Human Rights. It is the first time in 29 years that ...
Energy successfully exchanged between N.L. and N.S. across Emera’s Maritime Link
The Maritime Link is just a few weeks away from entering commercial operation. ...
Call for more action to stop violence against women and girls in Newfoundland and Labrador
By David Maher The Telegram One in two women above the age of 15 years old will experience some form of violence in their lives. Indigenous women are five times more likely to be killed from violence than non-indigenous women. About 100 ...
RCMP lay charges on National Impaired Driving Enforcement Day in N.L.
The RCMP in Newfoundland and Labrador charged 12 drivers with impaired-related offences on Dec. 2 as part of National Impaired Driving Enforcement Day. Six of those were charged with alcohol impairment, six received roadside suspensions for ...
FISH-NL questions byelection candidates on fishery issues
The Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters of Newfoundland and Labrador (FISH-NL) has released answers that federal candidates in the upcoming federal byelection in the district of Bonavista-Burin-Trinity gave to questions concerning the ...
Vandals strike water tank in Burin
BURIN, NL — Council approved a motion to install a security camera and fencing at the site of the town’s water holding tank in the area of Big Pond. The public works committee brought the recommendation to council following a recent ...
Canada 150 Skating Day this Sunday
Communities across the country are celebrating the conclusion of the Canada 150 year this Sunday, Dec. 10, with a massive nationwide skating party. More than 300 communities in all are taking part in Canada 150 Skating Day, including many in ...