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Colin Wheeler going to trial for allegedly threatening Crown prosecutor, Supreme Court justice in Corner Brook
Paradise man found guilty of stealing electricity
A St. John's judge turned up the heat on a Paradise man Thursday, finding him guilty of stealing electricity. "I'm satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt," Judge Mike Madden said following Christopher Todd Martin's trial at ...
Corner Brook women share their stories as they start Narcotics Anonymous group for women
Tanya McFadyen works with a lot of different women as the manager of Vesta Place, the Corner Brook Women's Centre second stage housing facility. She's not interested with pushing papers or programs on the people she works with. Instead she ...
Paradise couple latest from Newfoundland and Labrador to win the Set for Life top prize
Cindy and Albert Courtney of Paradise are the latest couple from Newfoundland and Labrador to win the Set for Life top prize. “I picked up a Set for Life ticket Friday night and there was one other ticket left in the tray, off in ...
Heavy rains, strong winds expected for Port aux Basques and parts of the Southwest Coast
Parts of Labrador may get snow ...
MUN full-time enrolments hold steady, international interest on the rise
Based on preliminary data acquired by the Association of Atlantic Universities (AAU), enrolment at Memorial University of Newfoundland is about on par with years past and the rest of Atlantic Canada. The number of full-time undergraduate students ...
Grenfell Campus hosting talk on malaria and the First World War
An upcoming talk at Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook is going to explore the effects of malaria after the First World War. Dr. Justin Fantauzzo, who is an assistant professor of history at Memorial University in St. John's, will look at ...
Las Vegas show Thunder From Down Under coming to St. John’s
One of the most popular male dance shows from Las Vegas will perform in St. John’s next Spring. Thunder From Down under, the Australian male dance group, are playing at the St. John’s Convention Centre on March 30. The 19-plus show ...
"Come From Away" headed to St. John’s stage
"Come From Away" is coming home. Thanks to a short gap between the Toronto production’s move from the Royal Alexandra Theatre to the Elgin Theatre in January, the production team is bringing the Tony Award-winning show to St. ...
Burin Peninsula moose hunting season in full swing
GRAND BANK, N.L. The 2018 moose hunting season on the Burin Peninsula opened Saturday, Oct. 6, with many hunters already enjoying success. On opening day, Troy Trimm of Grand Bank along with his father-in-law Clyde Butler bagged two fine bull ...
Port aux Basques proves a natural fit for Oceanic Releaf cannabis shop
Although cannabis will be available at retail outlets once legalization comes into effect on Oct. 17, southwest coast residents will have to wait a bit longer to purchase it locally. Taylor Giovannini of Oceanic Releaf says the date for the grand ...