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Burin Peninsula native recalls war-time service
Port aux Basques council still working on 2019 budget
Human gene editing not on Newfoundland and Labrador's near horizon
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Newcomers to Newfoundland enjoy special Christmas dinner
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Newfoundland and Labrador's fiscal future faces big risk
Frustrated suspect put on mute by St. John's judge
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Nunatsiavut calling for all harvesting of George River caribou to cease
Nunatsiavut cautiously optimistic about Nutrition North changes
Crown allowed to keep materials collected during investigation in Hillier-Penney case
Happy Valley-Goose Bay passes largest budget in town’s history
Clarenville RCMP trying to find pickup truck driver involved in collision with pedestrian
Anastasia Qupee honoured for commitment to human rights
Town of Port Blandford finances purchase of fire truck
PORT BLANDFORD, N.L. The Town of Port Blandford has approved the purchase of a 2005 American LaFrance fire truck for its volunteer fire department. “This truck is a great addition to our fire department” said Mayor Chad ...
Labrador West councils at odds over recreation funding
LABRADOR WEST, N.L. It’s been several weeks since the Wabush town council announced they are going to close the Mike Adams Recreation Complex in early January 2019. For several years the town said the cost of the centre is too big a ...
Labrador City $24.5 million budget passed
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. On Tuesday, Dec. 11, Labrador City Deputy Mayor Fabian Benoit presented the town’s budget for 2019. The budget passed by council is for $24.5 million, which is actually about $100,000 less than last year. As ...
No tax increases in Bay Roberts 2019 budget
BAY ROBERTS, N.L. There will be no tax increases across the board for Bay Roberts residents and business owners. Council unanimously approved its budget for 2019 at the Tuesday, Dec. 11 meeting, during which Deputy Mayor Walter Yetman presented ...
Whitbourne youth centre employee allegedly assaulted by inmate with broken pen
WHITBOURNE, N.L. An inmate at the Newfoundland and Labrador Youth Centre in Whitbourne is facing charges after allegedly attacking an employee at the facility with a broken pen. According to a RCMP release, police in Whitbourne received a call ...
Whitbourne RCMP arrest impaired driver from Grand Falls-Windsor
On Monday, Dec. 10 at approximately 11:30 a.m., Whitbourne RCMP received an anonymous tip of a man who was staggering as he was walking back to his vehicle and was thought to be impaired. Police attended and conducted a traffic stop on the ...
Remembering Arrow Air: First responders recall aviation disaster in Gander 33 years later
GANDER, N.L. Maurice Geange rides shotgun in a small car navigating the gravel road to the Silent Witness Memorial site just east of Gander. As the car bumps over snow covered potholes, his eyes are focused on the tree line to the right, ...
Town of Labrador City to reveal budget
The Town of Labrador City will be releasing its budget for 2019 at a public meeting to be held Tuesday, Dec. 11 at 1 p.m. A message from Mayor Wayne Button indicates council will not just deliver a budget speech, but that a strong part of the ...
Creating opportunities through funding investments for the Port de Grave Peninsula Heritage Society
The Port de Grave Peninsula Heritage Society is receiving funding to strengthen the area’s tourism sector and create new economic opportunities. The society will engage a consultant who will work with local businesses and community ...
RCMP remove impaired driver from the road in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
On Friday, Dec. 7 at approximately 7:30 p.m., Happy Valley-Goose Bay RCMP were patrolling the town checking for impaired drivers. Police conducted a traffic stop on a pickup truck and found a 21-year-old man to be impaired. He provided breath ...