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
Caribous take 3-1 series lead in comeback win over Flyers
Caribous beat Flyers to take 2-1 CWSHL finals lead
'Dragons' Den' auditions in St. John’s Saturday drew entrepreneurs from near and ...
Elderly N.L. women targeted in phone scam
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‘We are on this,’ says MP Gudie Hutchings on U.S. tariffs
Bail hearing for man charged with threat against Clarenville school rescheduled for March 29
Man sentenced to 44 months for Clarenville stabbing
Home destroyed by fire this morning in Port Saunders
Judge says Rocky Harbour man will live with the consequences of his actions for the rest of his life
Emotional, financial harm to be part of N.L. family violence act
Defendant gives St. John's judge the finger
Justin Jordan’s appearance in provincial court Wednesday morning was brief, lasting no more than 10 minutes. By the end, he had given the judge the middle finger, demanded that she not tell him what to do, had a number of sudden shouting ...
Second bail hearing Friday for man charged with threatening Clarenville school
Wheaton, 45, was charged with failure to comply with condition of undertaking or recognizance. ...
Lewisporte’s new clinic needs doctors
LEWISPORTE, NL – After seven years of strenuous work, Lewisporte’s new clinic is ready for operation. But it is still missing one vital element – doctors. Concerned Citizens’ Committee chairman Walter Dawe says the ...
Police receive report of 3 polar bears near St. Anthony
ST. ANTHONY, NL – With another day comes yet another report of polar bears in the province. This time the RCMP in St. Anthony say they were advised three polar bears were spotted on the ice not far from an area known as Fishing Point. The ...
Upgrades planned for Great Northern Peninsula roads
GREAT NORTHERN PENINSULA, NL – One of Canada’s worst roads is expected to be paved this year. Route 434 – the Conche highway – is one of the roads slated for funding for paving in 2018-19 under the Department of ...
Federal government investing funds for HIV prevention in Labrador
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, NL – The Labrador Friendship Centre is receiving $375,176 over three years from the HIV and Hepatitis C Community Action Fund. Labrador MP Yvonne Jones announced the funding on behalf of Health Minister Ginette ...
Man charged with threatening Clarenville school back in custody after bail release
CLARENVILLE, N.L. — After being released on bail yesterday, Gordon Wheaton — who has been charged with uttering threats, via email, to cause death or bodily harm to staff and students of Riverside Elementary — is back in custody ...
Man charged with making threat against Clarenville school released on bail
Gordon Cecil Wheaton was charged with uttering threats, via email, to cause death or bodily harm to staff and students of Riverside Elementary. ...
N.L. Throne Speech features changes to Public Health Act, new Waterford Hospital
The throne speech by Lt.-Gov. Frank Fagan at the House of Assembly Tuesday points to a difficult budget ahead for the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. “Quite simply, we must continue to do better with less and build on the work that ...
Twillingate RCMP charge man after receiving tip about impaired driver
TWILLINGATE, NL – A 48-year-old man had his vehicle impounded for 30 days after Twillingate RCMP were tipped off about a potentially impaired driver in Crow Head early this morning, March 13. The man was arrested and is facing charges ...