Bouzane family stands strong 10 years after death of their son in ...
Springdale police investigating fatal highway accident
Another capital works funding application from Baie Verte rejected by province
Baie Verte citizens gather to honour veterans on Remembrance Day
Springdale woman with cerebral palsy gets to work through care2ride program
Firefighters get training in Springdale
Council transparency not always so clear throughout Newfoundland and Labrador
No barriers standing in the way for Pacquet's female fire chief
Springdale man finds way to give back through Extra Life gaming marathon
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Ambulance company demands apology from Holyrood man
Newfoundland and Labrador premier says he’s running again in 2019
Meadows man pleads guilty to extortion
Centreville-Wareham-Trinity brings municipal habitat stewardship agreements to 40
N.L. celebrates 20 years of oil production from Hibernia
N.L. high school grads awarded over $200K in provincial scholarships
Prescription monitoring flagged by N.L. privacy commissioner
Newfoundland and Labrador Information and Privacy Commissioner Donovan Molloy has publicly stated his concerns with draft legislation that would allow for a new prescription drug monitoring program. The Office of the Information and Privacy ...
N.L. drivers could see community service for big unpaid fines
It’s shocking when the stories make the news — people in trouble with the law owing tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid fines. From outstanding parking tickets, speeding tickets, uninsured vehicles or fines ...
IGA and The Rooms making Grenfell records from St. Anthony accessible online
ST. ANTHONY, NL – The International Grenfell Association (IGA) is working with The Rooms in St. John’s to preserve more of the original records of Dr. Wilfred Grenfell and make them more accessible. About a year and a half ...
Liberals move to create N.L. SIRT
The Liberal government is introducing legislation to create a Serious Incident Response Team (SIRT) in Newfoundland and Labrador. If passed as is, the act will establish an investigative team — independent of the Royal Newfoundland ...
CNA’s annual Business Case Competition set to begin at Grand Falls-Windsor campus
It’ll be all business at College of the North Atlantic’s (CNA) Grand Falls-Windsor campus for the next three days. ...
Gas and propane down a tad; fuel oil nudges up
Drivers going to the pumps today will find gasoline is down 0.3 cents per litre, while diesel is going up by a cent. Fuel oils for stoves and furnaces have increased slightly — under a cent a litre. Propane is down by a ...
Parsons says Newfoundland’s marijuana strategy coming — soon
Justice Minister Andrew Parsons is asking for just a little bit of patience before the province unveils his plans for marijuana legalization. Parsons was asked about the issue by Opposition Leader Paul Davis in the House of Assembly Thursday, but ...
Child and Youth Advocate office launches two investigations, review
ST. JOHN’S, NL – The Office of the Child and Youth Advocate announced two investigations and a review are underway involving matters that fall under its jurisdiction. One of the investigations is looking into the Department of ...
Miscommunication creates confusion at Grand Falls-Windsor Cancer Centre
Eastern Health is responding after two appointments were unnecessarily postponed at the Grand Falls-Windsor Cancer Centre on Tuesday. ...
N.L. government recognizing National Bullying Awareness Week
The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador is observing National Bullying Awareness Week from Nov. 12-18. ...