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Former Sheshatshiu chief facing charges
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. A former chief of the Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation has been charged in relation to an alleged illegal gaming house the RCMP shut down in the community on Sept. 28. According to court documents obtained by The ...
Carbonear family upset with local food bank
CARBONEAR, N.L. A regular client of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Food Bank in Carbonear cannot believe it is declining her family’s request for a Christmas hamper. But according to a spokesperson for the food bank, that’s not the ...
Family questioning process at St. Anthony hospital
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. A Labrador woman is wondering why her 86-year-old mother couldn’t have been allowed stay in her room at the hospital in St. Anthony for a few extra hours on the day she was scheduled to fly back home to Forteau. Ethel ...
Holyrood council narrowly votes to approve controversial access road
HOLYROOD, N.L. Following a lengthy back-and-forth exchange between the mayor and a councillor, Holyrood town council gave its approval to a mineral access road near Big Triangle Pond that’s been in the works for over five years. The ...
Over $4.4 million being invested in ice management system in Arnold’s Cove geared at maintaining quality cod
A multi-million dollar investment is being made in a world class ice management system at Icewater Seafoods in Arnold’s Cove. Icewater will contribute 25 per cent or $1,224,350 of the total project cost of $4,454,000. The Atlantic Fisheries ...
Sheshatshiu man charged with trafficking cocaine
SHESHATSHIU, N.L. — Paul Joseph Jack from Sheshatshiu is facing drug and Criminal Code charges following an initiation of an investigation into cocaine trafficking by the RCMP on Nov. 27. According to a RCMP release, Sheshatshiu RCMP were ...
RCMP looking for information on motorcycle stolen near Butterpot Park
BUTTERPOT PARK, N.L. The Holyrood RCMP is investigating the theft of a motorcycle from the Trans-Canada Highway near Butterpot Park. According to a RCMP release, the theft was reported on Sunday, Dec. 2. At approximately 7 p.m., the driver was ...
Hawke’s Bay thrilled, Roddickton-Bide Arm and St. Anthony mayors disappointed with pellet plant announcement
It was a good news announcement for Hawke’s Bay on Thursday, Nov. 29. That community on the Great Northern Peninsula (GNP) has been chosen as the site for construction of a plant to manufacture wood pellets. The announcement came just six ...
Town of Bonavista approves municipal budget after public consultation
BONAVISTA, N.L. The Town of Bonavista has approved their annual municipal operating budget after holding a public consultation in November with local residents. Bonavista Mayor John Norman told The Packet he was pleased with the turnout and ...
Roddickton still part of AEG’s business plan for Northern Peninsula
Richard Spinks says Roddickton and St. Anthony are still part of the game plan for the Active Energy Group’s (AEG) business plan on the Great Northern Peninsula. Spinks is managing director for Timberlands International Ltd., a subsidiary of ...