Burin Peninsula MHAs defend effort on Arctic surf clam quota
Premier says N.L. wants meeting with feds about surf clams
Grieg sets date for Placentia Bay aquaculture project public information session
Fisheries Minister Gerry Byrne denied access to DFO Science meeting on salmon
Marystown ecstatic over Kaetlyn Osmond’s medal finish
Bantam and pee wee AAA provincial championships this weekend
N.L.’s female hockey champions to be decided this weekend
Charges piling up for Grand Bank man after police add several more
Be familiar with MCP coverage before travelling, N.L government advises
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Police seize cocaine, cash and firearm from Grand Falls-Windsor home
St. Anthony applies for funding to get rid of abandoned Baffin Sound
UPDATE: Cheers sound as trapped dolphins freed from Heart's Delight harbour
Gander man sentenced to 3 1/2 years for child sex crime
Dolphins remain trapped by ice in Heart’s Delight
Crown appeals verdict in Anne Norris case
Police dog tracks and locates injured man in woods near Botwood
PETERVIEW, NL – The Grand Falls-Windsor RCMP and Police Dog Service located an injured man in the Peterview area, just south of Botwood, on Monday, March 19. The man, 28, ran into the woods and was believed to have a knife, according to a ...
Nain boy being treated for tuberculosis dies in hospital
A 14-year-old boy from Nain died late Sunday night after being treated for tuberculosis (TB). Richard Pamak, ordinary member for Nain in the Nunatsiavut assembly, said an autopsy will be performed to confirm if the child’s death was ...
Cooke Aquaculture harvesting salmon at ISA-infected farm: report
An industry magazine reported Friday that Cooke Aquaculture is harvesting salmon at the farm near six open-pen cages near the community of Gaultois after the provincial government found infectious salmon anemia (ISA). The company runs six open-pen ...
‘We are on this,’ says MP Gudie Hutchings on U.S. tariffs
Gudie Hutchings is the MP for Long Range Mountains — the federal riding which includes the Corner Brook pulp and paper mill — and said the response to new tariffs slapped onto the mill’s products by the U.S. Department of Commerce ...
Bail hearing for man charged with threat against Clarenville school rescheduled for March 29
The bail hearing for a man charged with uttering a threat against Riverside Elementary earlier this week has been rescheduled until March 29. ...
Man sentenced to 44 months for Clarenville stabbing
Michael Norman, 44, was sentenced to 44 months’ incarceration for the violent stabbing of another man in Clarenville on April 30, 2016. ...
Home destroyed by fire this morning in Port Saunders
PORT SAUNDERS, NL – There were no injuries as a result of a house fire in Port Saunders this morning, March 15, but the structure was a “total loss,” according to a release from the RCMP. Police said they responded to the call ...
Judge says Rocky Harbour man will live with the consequences of his actions for the rest of his life
CORNER BROOK The events of Aug. 13, 2016 had major life altering consequences for many people, that Justice Brian Furey said there is no going back from. Furey made the comments in the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador in Corner Brook ...
Emotional, financial harm to be part of N.L. family violence act
The Liberal government is proposing a legislative change in support of victims of family violence in Newfoundland and Labrador. Bill 1, to amend the Family Violence Protection Act, is adding emotional, psychological and financial harm to the ...
Western Newfoundland man who once warned public of income tax scam sentenced on scam of his own
In April 2016, Raymond Mahoney of Stephenville took to the media to warn the public of an income tax-related scam. He contacted the Western Star and provided the newspaper with an audio recording of a phone scammer alleging to be a representative ...