Damaged kayak found near Forteau; boater missing
Volunteers sought for MusicNL Week 2018
RCMP warns increased presence of outlaw motorcycle gang members expected in central ...
Clarenville Public Library awarded $10,000 grant
Editorial: Too close to home
Friday deadline to submit Grants to Youth Organizations applications
Chain fast to raise awareness of Muskrat Falls project spreads across country
Blame those pesky birds
Talking with Tourists: Still not a Newfoundlander
N.L. government thaws iceberg tax
PUB reduces gas prices across Newfoundland and Labrador; heating fuel prices up
Pair of Quebec cyclists cross Canada for prostate cancer research
WestJet dropping its Deer Lake-Halifax service
Nalcor agrees to keep Northern Peninsula transmission line access road open during summer months
Deer Lake grandmother says service animal legislation and regulations need to be clarified
Emergency hours not changing at Baie Verte facility: Central Health
BAIE VERTE, N.L. – There are no changes planned to the emergency department hours at the Baie Verte Peninsula Health Care Centre, according to Central Health. The health authority released a statement today, Aug. 15, saying it felt compelled ...
Acclaimed artist Mary Pratt dead at 83
Acclaimed artist and arts advocate Mary Pratt has died. Surrounded by her family at her home in St. John’s, Pratt was 83 when she died on Tuesday. Born Mary Frances West in Fredericton, N.B., on March 15, 1935, Pratt would go on to be ...
Tax relief is N.L. finance minister’s hope, but not a given
Finance Minister Tom Osborne says Newfoundland and Labrador will, first and foremost, continue to work towards financial stability under the Liberal government. Asked about a VOCM online news article from Aug. 12 — headlined, “Province ...
Rebuilding of substation may have contributed to power outages in Corner Brook area Monday
When the power went out in parts of Corner Brook for the second time Monday, all Manda Bennett thought about was the situation she would be in if she lost her electricity. The Corner Brook woman lives on the city’s west side and was ...
Crown and defence differ on setting trial dates in Corner Brook sexual assault case
The Supreme Court of Canada Jordan decision with regards to the right of an accused to a tried within a reasonable time is something a Corner Brook judge said everyone has to be mindful of. “Jordan is in all of our faces,” Judge ...
Charges from Benoit’s Cove video store robbery withdrawn
The Crown has withdrawn the charges against a Bay of Island’s man that stemmed from a robbery at Evoy’s Video in Benoit’s Cove in January. Ronald Smith had been charged with robbery with violence, forcible confinement and ...
Fredericton shootings hit close to home with fellow police officers everywhere, including Corner Brook
A common reaction to tragedy— that awful things don’t usually happen in quiet places — surely has to be exhausted by now. The senseless killing of four people, including two police officers, in Fredericton, N.B., last week was ...
DFO Minister ‘misspoke’ on surf clam go-ahead
Federal Fisheries Minister Jonathan Wilkinson says he can’t disclose the reason for reversing an arctic surf clam licence award due to commercial confidentiality. On Friday, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) announced a ...
Contracts awarded for pilot project monitoring construction zone speeds
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Technology to monitor the speed of vehicles in construction zones will be in place within the next few weeks. In a release Tuesday, Aug. 14, the Department of Transportation and Works announced three contracts, ...
N.L.-based class action suit certified against obituary website Afterlife
St. John’s lawyer Erin Best is spearheading a class action lawsuit against obituary website Afterlife. The class action lawsuit against obituary website Afterlife is certified and could be clewed up by Christmas. Earlier this ...