Mother's Day: Life as two moms
N.L. mother says, ‘My daughter did not want to die’
Mother's Day: Always a mother
Mother's Day: Special time together
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Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Provincial girls baseball tryouts slated for this weekend
Corner Brook minor hockey president Jackie Simms believes timing of meeting a ...
Dillon Bourgeois has sentencing hearing for 2015 robbery of Corner Brook gas ...
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St. Lawrence native wants to start cannabis grow-op in Burin
Canada Border Services office to remain in Fortune
Online fundraiser set up for Marystown woman battling cancer
Fortune woman charged for allegedly stealing funds from United Towns Minor Hockey Association
Bat problems in N.L.? There’s now a hotline for that
Burin Peninsula Second World War veteran passes away at 98
Dillon Bourgeois has sentencing hearing for 2015 robbery of Corner Brook gas station delayed
Dillon Bourgeois has had his sentencing hearing for the 2015 robbery of a gas station in Corner Brook delayed. Bourgeois appeared in the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador in the city via videoconference on Thursday morning, at which time ...
Start of hurricane season in the North Atlantic approaching
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in the United States is predicting hurricane activity in the North Atlantic Ocean to be near normal or above normal this year. The agency released its hurricane seasonal outlook today, May 24, ...
Bucket stolen from backhoe in St. Lawrence
ST. LAWRENCE, NL – A Burin Peninsula businessman is offering a reward for information about the theft of the digging bucket from a backhoe. According to a post on his Facebook page, Mike Mallay, owner of Mallay’s Industrial Services ...
Legislative change proposed to beef up Muskrat Falls inquiry security
A request to government from the Commission of Inquiry Respecting the Muskrat Falls Project has prompted a change to the province’s Court Security Act. Amendments to the Act went through committee debate in the House of Assembly this week. ...
Six out of 10 N.L. residents lack confidence bullying, harassment at House of Assembly will be dealt with appropriately: CRA poll
It seems the majority of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians lack the confidence that bullying and harassment in the province’s House of Assembly will be appropriately addressed by government. A Corporate Research Associates Inc. telephone poll ...
All fuel prices up across Newfoundland with exception of propane
The Public Utilities Board is increasing the maximum price for gas this week to 1.6 cents per litre (cpl). Diesel will increase by up to 1.8 cpl; furnace oil heating fuel is up by 1.45 cpl and stove is up by 1.45 cpl. Propane prices will ...
Crown calls no evidence in assault case against Corner Brook man
The second of three men charged in connection with the alleged assault of a man in Lark Harbour in November 2017 has had the charge against him dismissed. Richard Todd MacRae, 47, of Corner Brook had been scheduled to go on trial for assault ...
Stephenville council tendering garbage collection, leasing backhoe
The Town of Stephenville and other municipalities in the area could possibly be getting out of the garbage collection business. That’s if a private entity comes in with a good enough tender. Coun. Mark Felix, chair of the town’s ...
Newfoundland and Labrador students with disabilities need guarantee: NDP
NDP MHA Lorraine Michael wants Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Al Hawkins to commit to having something in writing, in school board policy, to protect children with disabilities from being kept out of school in a misuse of new ...
Cannabis legislation will get time it needs: N.L. Liberals
Cabinet ministers stood in the House of Assembly Wednesday afternoon, one after another giving notice of motion, announcing their plans to introduce and debate four separate pieces of legislation — three being amendments and one a new act ...