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Grand Bank taxpayers to contribute more towards waste disposal next year
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Car going 130 km/h at time of crash
No tax increases for Conception Bay South
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 ...
Budget 2019: St. Anthony mill rates down, service fees up
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. St. Anthony rate payers will see a decrease in the mill rate used to assess municipal taxes, but will start paying separately for garbage collection. At its regular meeting Nov. 27, council passed its $2.9 million 2019 budget, ...
RCMP remove impaired driver from the road in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
On Friday, Dec. 7 at approximately 7:30 p.m., Happy Valley-Goose Bay RCMP were patrolling the town checking for impaired drivers. Police conducted a traffic stop on a pickup truck and found a 21-year-old man to be impaired. He provided breath ...
Budget 2019: St. Anthony eyes water upgrades, new fire hall
There was only one item on the agenda for last week’s regular town council meeting, but it was the big one. St. Anthony council unanimously adopted its $2.9 million 2019 budget Nov. 27. In presenting the numbers, Coun. Darl Scott ...
Numerous northern towns have elevated levels of disinfection byproducts in drinking water
NORTHERN PENINSULA, SOUTHERN LABRADOR, N.L. Recent comments by Newfoundland and Labrador’s minister of Municipal Affairs and Environment suggest dozens of the province’s communities, including 20 on the Northern Peninsula and in ...
Despite it being an island and largely reliant on transport trucks for goods, this province is less favorable when it comes to accommodating drivers, believe two members of Newfoundland Trucker Group. Darlene Frye-Brennan and Adam Leyte, who runs ...
Terminal diagnoses dealt with on website
As a normal 22-year-old University of New Brunswick student in 2008, Matt Ralph’s life suddenly changed one day while he was taking a nap. He had a seizure and woke up surrounded by paramedics preparing him to be taken to hospital. Tests ...
St. John’s woman giving kidney to husband for Christmas
Carolann Harris has the perfect gift for her husband this Christmas: her kidney. After years of fighting a rare autoimmune disease, Chris, 33, and Carolann, 34, are just months away from travelling to Halifax for the transplant. But it’s ...
Asbestos dust prolongs Gander-based 103 Search and Rescue stay in St. John’s
GANDER, N.L. The 103 Search and Rescue squadron, based in Gander, continues to operate out of St. John’s, as its technicians await the removal of settled asbestos dust at their home-base hangar. On Nov. 2, two Cormorant helicopters and ...