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N.L. crab fishers taken aback by DFO's latest details on crab data
From street hockey in Herring Neck to a gold medal in Bermuda
Sobeys stores halt sale of romaine lettuce
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. John's has a new archbishop
CINDY'S SNAPSHOT: Edna Rockwell, Antigonish, N.S.
RECIPE: Maple Bourbon Cider Mule
WEATHER U: Cold can be beautiful!
St. John's singer/songwriter not giving up on dream
The Central Voice
The road to Gull Island
Newfoundland and Labrador cabinet minister denies distracted driving
Long time in the making: Aging Research Centre established at Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook
Medical officer of heath Dr. Janice Fitzgerald hopes people concerned about disinfection byproducts make informed decisions
Amalgamation feasibility has opponent in West Bay
Corner Brook man appealing stop-work order before fighting it at trial
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 ...
Corner Brook’s budget raises residential property tax, plans to hire tourism officer
A small tax hike was probably inevitable, but the results of a citizens’ survey may have made it a little easier for Coun. Bernd Staeben to break that news Monday evening. Staeben delivered the City of Corner Brook’s 2019 budget during ...
Things Ed Martin addressed in his first day on the stand at the Muskrat Falls Inquiry
Things were tense with former Nalcor Energy president and CEO Ed Martin during his first day on the stand at the Muskrat Falls Inquiry in St. John’s. Martin slowed the pace of questioning at times and clashed with inquiry co-counsel Kate ...
Can’t speak to limits, Ed Martin tells Muskrat Falls Inquiry
Former Nalcor Energy president and CEO Ed Martin doesn’t recall communicating directly with the provincial government on exactly what kind of cost overrun the province could handle on the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project. “But when ...
Traffic flows over new Main Street bridge in Corner Brook
The driver of this van was happy to be the first to drive across the new Main Street bridge in Corner Brook on Monday afternoon. The main thoroughfare connecting the west and east sides of the city had been closed since September as work on ...
Car going 130 km/h at time of St. John's crash
At the time Morgan Pardy was ejected from her ex-boyfriend's Honda Civic on a snowy day in March 2017, it was travelling 130 km/h, accident investigators determined. The trial of Joshua Steele-Young, 23, continued in Newfoundland and Labrador ...
No tax increases for Conception Bay South
The Town of Conception Bay South’s 2019 municipal budget features no tax increases for residents or businesses in the community. C.B.S. Deputy Mayor Richard Murphy presented the budget on Monday evening, which council members passed ...
Justin Jennings' lawyer Averill Baker wants charges dropped, witness charged instead
Justin Jennings' new lawyer made her first appearance on his case in an angry state Monday, asking the Crown to drop all charges and charge its main witness instead. "In terms of credibility of witnesses, this is shocking," Averill ...
Gambo woman’s condition improving; still a long road to recovery
Kim Brentnall is finally doing better. Her bedsores have been healing and her family is working at lining up physiotherapy to restore movement in her body. The 53-year-old Gambo woman was admitted to James Paton Memorial Regional Health Centre in ...
Liberal nominations open for Topsail-Paradise by-election
The province’s Liberal party has opened nominations for the Topsail-Paradise by-election. The nomination window closes at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 15. Thursday is also the cutoff date for those seeking to become members of the party. In ...