Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
Newfoundland and Labrador 2018 Christmas Lights map
Burin Peninsula native recalls war-time service
Vaccination program will prevent whooping cough in pregnant women
GARY SHAW: The Big Land blanket, caribou moss
Derm Flynn appointed as chair of Multi-Materials Stewardship board
Smyth’s mental state may have led to error on duty, psychologist says
Belle Isle ferry two months ahead of schedule
FORUM: Helping grow business on the west coast
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Hello Fresh, Chefs Plate meal kits recalled
Movement afoot to develop former CBC building on Corner Brook’s east side
Teen arrested after threats made toward Corner Brook school
No serious flooding in Stephenville from mild winter weather
Alleged heavy equipment bank robbers seek bail
One of the two men accused of breaking into a St. John's bank with the use of heavy equipment has been released from jail, while the other will be back in court Wednesday for a bail hearing. Jamie Kennedy, 40, was released from custody on bail ...
St. John's knife attack lands man six years in prison
To say Taylor King and his family have been profoundly affected by Brandon Coady's actions one February night two years ago would be an understatement, a Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court judge said Monday. Coady, now 24, had consumed ...
UPDATED: Finally coming home: Scotland to return remains of Beothuks
CONNE RIVER, N.L. - It has been a journey that has lasted for nearly two centuries. Now, that journey is approaching its end as the National Museum of Scotland has agreed to return the remains of Beothuks Nonosabasut and Demasduit closer to ...
Crime and time in Newfoundland and Labrador: Here’s how courts arrive at sentences for offenders
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - “You’d get more of a punishment if you poached a moose!” It’s an oft-expressed response from the public when it comes to the sentences given to offenders in our provincial and supreme courts, ...
Paradise native has found her voice
Leanne Osmond was enjoying a successful career as a young journalist in the radio broadcast industry. In just a few years of living in Fort McMurray, the Paradise native had made her way from receptionist, all the way to the morning show host. But ...
Use of heavy equipment in crime not new in Newfoundland
It had been getting so in the St. John’s area that every back-hoe, front-end loader, excavator or other piece of heavy equipment rumbling through the streets in the overnight hours was eyed with suspicion. Four break-ins in a week — ...
St. John's convict housed in Nova Scotia, banned from living in certain location by parole board
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Convicted killer Philip Pynn is living in a halfway house in Nova Scotia because his original release destination was "not workable due to victim concerns," parole board documents indicate. Pynn, 32, was given ...
STEVE BARTLETT: Pam Frampton makes Telegram history
Larry Harvey had an incredible story and I was anxious about getting it right. Originally from Carmanville, N.L., Harvey spent a lot of time in Nashville in the early 1950s and became a musical contemporary of Elvis Presley and Johnny ...
Dumping snow in St. John’s harbour violates federal law, but alternatives are too costly, city councillor says
The sight of city trucks lined up to dump tons of snow into St. John’s harbour is usually a welcome one for residents. After all, following huge snowfalls like the ones the capital city has seen in recent weeks, most people are just glad to ...
Leo Knox was war veteran and St. John's first fire prevention officer
When Leo Knox set out for the Remembrance Day ceremony at the National War Memorial in St. John’s last Nov. 11, he was gravely ill, but as he was known to do through life, he put his own troubles aside to honour his comrades. “He put ...