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Burlington's Malcolm Foster enjoys life with a great-great grandchild
Parasite and dental clinic major efforts during United for Kids Foundation's latest ...
Long Island man answered the lure of home
Long Island couple has been across the country, but there has only ...
Long Island’s only child has a bright future, says mom
Montreal native now leading Long Island town into the future
Pacquet honours veterans
Baie Verte fisherman says fall crab fishery experiment a success
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N.L. justice minister attending Conference of Ministers Responsible for Human Rights
Energy successfully exchanged between N.L. and N.S. across Emera’s Maritime Link
Call for more action to stop violence against women and girls in Newfoundland and Labrador
RCMP lay charges on National Impaired Driving Enforcement Day in N.L.
Moose-related accident near Badger this morning
Canada 150 Skating Day this Sunday
N.L. man says lottery win a ‘good omen’ after moving home
Bell Island native Leslie Byrne moved back to Newfoundland and Labrador in October from Ontario to be closer to his in-laws and now he’s the latest lottery winner. Byrne won $294,954, the second prize on the Nov. 25 Lotto 6/49 ...
N.L. to swear in lawyer believed to be its first openly gay Supreme Court judge
When Sandy MacDonald is sworn in as a Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court judge in St. John’s on Monday, he’ll make history. MacDonald is believed to be the province’s first openly gay Supreme Court justice. With a law ...
N.L. government begins multi-phased pre-budget consultation process
The provincial government is taking a multi-phased approach for public consultations in advance of the next budget. ...
Premier Dwight Ball’s poll numbers improving
Things are looking better in the last six months for Premier Dwight Ball and his Liberal Party, according to Corporate Research Associates (CRA). An opinion poll taken from Nov. 2-30 shows that the Liberals have 44 per cent support from ...
‘Babylon Mall’ was the reason I went into comedy: Mark Critch
Tommy Sexton would be “thrilled” with new video starring Critch, sister Mary Sexton says Mark Critch says he could never fill Tommy Sexton’s shoes — but it was a dream come true borrowing his sneakers. Related ...
'Babylon Mall' remade for charity
At the Mall, at the Avalon Mall, the administration wanted to mark the 50th anniversary as the largest shopping centre in the province with a tribute remake of “Babylon Mall.” The mall brought together some of the most talented ...
Release more details on marijuana supply, urges Newfoundland and Labrador's PC leader
Progressive Conservative Leader Paul Davis says the Liberals’ campaign commitment to transparency in government doesn’t seem to apply to the province’s plans on the supply of marijuana for legalization. “Production and ...
Newfoundland dialysis patients get good news
The province recently announced significant funding for treating people with kidney disease. The government will purchase 20 home hemodialysis machines over the next two years at a cost of approximately $600,000. In addition, Eastern Health is ...
N.L. government targets harassment in town councils
By David Maher The Telegram Harassment within municipal councils is one of the issues the provincial government seeks to address in upcoming updates to the Municipalities Act. On Wednesday, Municipal Affairs Minister Eddie Joyce announced ...
Premier ready to legislate for added Nalcor transparency
On the heels of a new ruling from the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner, Premier Dwight Ball said he’s ready to make legislative amendments to provide for added public disclosure of information on embedded contractors by Nalcor ...