Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
Carbonear hospital evening clinic remains necessary as Eastern Health ...
Firefighters present award to Telegram photographer
The kids are alright: Gonzaga High School students onstage at LSPU Hall
Gettin' jibby with it at Jibfest 9
Witnesses at Muskrat Falls Inquiry explain reasons for on-site protests
Classroom damaged by fire at College of the North Atlantic's St. ...
Const. Joe Smyth found guilty of obstruction of justice
Crown wraps its case against Allan Potter
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Clarenville’s St. Jude Hotel rebranded as Quality Hotel
Newfoundland and Labrador's lawsuit vs. big tobacco still awaiting trial date
Clarenville Chamber of Commerce announces 2019 hall of fame inductees
Today is deadline to register for Clarenville’s business forum on cannabis
Stephenville businesses proud to be falling in line with downtown master plan
N.L. sharing in growing gig economy
Little Rapids couple looking for a buyer for their greenhouse business
Kim Thistle grew up in the greenhouse business. Her parents Sylvia and Don Thistle operated a greenhouse in Steady Brook, starting the year she was born. Thistle worked with her parents and later studied horticulture at the Nova Scotia ...
C-CORE inks $9.6-million satellite tech contact
C-CORE announced Tuesday it has signed a $9.6 million contract with Airbus Defence and Space to design and build satellite tech for the European Space Agency’s (ESA’s) Biomass Mission. The ESA had contracted Airbus Defence and Space to ...
Coast guard urges boat owners to register emergency beacons
Fishing boat owners and operators who haven’t yet registered their EPIRBs - emergency position-indicating radio beacons – are being asked to do so. It could save lives. A big issue for the Canadian Coast Guard is that vessels with ...
N.L. business communicators chapter wins international awards
The International Association of Business Communicators Newfoundland and Labrador (IABC NL) has been chosen the winner of the International Chapter of the Year Award. The award was recently presented in Long Beach, California, during the Chapter ...
Holyrood makes a big play in ocean technology sector
HOLYROOD, N.L. There’s a considerable asset in the harbour of Holyrood, and the town is doing what it can to make that asset a major component of its long-term prosperity. The Marine Institute’s Holyrood Marine Base, the site of the ...
Husky delays tow-out of West White Rose Concrete Gravity Structure
Husky Energy has announced it has pushed back the planned tow-out date for the West White Rose’s Concrete Gravity Structure (CGS). The CGS presently under construction in Argentia was to be towed out in 2021. Friday the company said that has ...
Opportunity lost as government bureaucracy delaying shipyard sale, Marystown mayor claims
MARYSTOWN, N.L. Marystown Mayor Sam Synard says he frustrated the provincial government has still not approved sale and lease agreements the town has in place for the former Marystown Shipyard. The length of time it’s taking to receive ...
Anaconda Mining and CNA collaborate on Baie Verte Peninsula gold project
Developing a means of obtaining gold from a streambed has been difficult. This undeveloped access to the gold deposit at Deer Cove on the Baie Verte Peninsula has been bandied about since 1986. A new partnership announced on Tuesday will change ...
Grow for Life wants government support similar to what cannabis industry gets
Because Grow for Life has an interest in helping provide food security for this province, Louis MacDonald says the food industry should be given similar support to what the cannabis industry has been given. He said the company, of which he is one ...
Developing a means of obtaining gold from a streambed has been difficult. This undeveloped access to the gold deposit at Deer Cove on the Baie Verte Peninsula has been bandied about since 1986. A new partnership announced on Tuesday will change all ...