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Pasadena firefighters extinguish building blaze that released toxic smoke
West Side Monarchs capture 2018 Corner Brook Men's Soccer League's Kick-Off Cup
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Quebec man faces liquor and tobacco charges in N.L.
Human remains found near Bay D’Espoir Highway
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Nalcor split announced with crude details
N.L. municipalities well versed in harassment, bullying
Trial postponed for man accused of making threat against Clarenville school
Break and enter at Alteen’s Jewellers in Grand Falls-Windsor
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – Police are on the hunt for a suspect who broke into Alteen’s Jewellers in Grand Falls-Windsor this morning, May 18, and made off with jewellery and watches. According to a news release from the RCMP, the ...
Vandals attack Lewisporte fire department training facility
LEWISPORTE, N.L – Police are investigating a blaze that Lewisporte Fire Rescue claims was set deliberately. “The vehicles were in a training site, where the gate on the road was locked,” said Lewisporte fire Chief Rob Fudge. ...
Veteran raises concern after being denied services at Burgeo health care centre
Greg Janes said he was “dumbfounded, flabbergasted and disappointed” when he was denied medical attention at the Calder Health Care Center in Burgeo Friday, May 12. He says the doctor refused him service because Janes’ service ...
Parents in Baie Verte upset over pending implementation of 1.6-kilometre busing policy
BAIE VERTE, N.L. — Students in the new town site and South Shore Drive areas of Baie Verte have been bused to Copper Ridge Academy since it opened seven years ago, but that is expected to change in September. However, opposition is mounting ...
Runaway barge supplied Arctic before drifting from Labrador to Ireland
A barge lost last fall off the east coast of Labrador and found off the coast of Ireland this week was used to transport food and other supplies to the Arctic by a Quebec shipping firm. The Malik 1 was on the deck of a ship owned by Groupe ...
Community rallied to help find Mary Margaret, a St. John’s boy’s special dog, after she was lost for 10 days
ST. JOHN's, N.L. - It was a tough 10 days. When anyone from the family dynamic is missing, it’s stressful for all involved. When the protagonist of the story is an 11-year-old boy with Asperger’s syndrome, for whom his missing ...
‘Rivalry’ between Gander and Grand Falls-Windsor hampers health care in central Newfoundland: report
An external review into Central Health has found that the major hospitals in Gander and Grand Falls-Windsor need to find a way to get along for better health care in Central Newfoundland. Dr. Peter Vaughn, a former health executive from Nova ...
Two men charged in St. John's with conspiracy to murder Hells Angels associate
Two men accused of conspiring to murder an alleged Hells Angels affiliate were escorted past media cameras into provincial court in St. John’s Thursday afternoon. Dustin Etheridge, 26, and John Squires, 34, were arrested in the centre of St. ...
HMP’s ‘complete inadequacy’ leads to harsh words from St. John's judge and reduced jail term for Newfoundland man
The “complete inadequacy” of Her Majesty’s Penitentiary (HMP) led a provincial court judge to release an inmate from custody Thursday after reducing his sentence due to conditions he has suffered behind bars over the past ...
Woman says persistent issues at St. Anthony seniors cottage needs to be dealt with
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. – A St. Anthony woman is worried that issues at a seniors cottage are upsetting residents and possibly attracting rodents. Cathy Campbell says a tenant at the McConnell Complex in St. Anthony is engaging in unruly ...