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Celebrating 53 years of firefighting in Peterview
Stitching in the Love - Grand Falls-Windsor quilters make blankets for Humboldt
25th annual Exploits Regional Chamber of Commerce Trade Show in the books
Western Health's new CEO says there are solutions to be had for the challenges it faces
Dillon Bourgeois has sentencing hearing for 2015 robbery of Corner Brook gas station delayed
Const. Paula Strowbridge of Springdale named 2018 Police Officer of the Year
Discovery program in Labrador West teaches youth outdoor skills
Labrador Institute holds Family Fun Day
Provincial government approves feasibility study to look at possibility of Sunnyside boundaries including Bull Arm site
Man charged with allegedly trafficking cocaine and marijuana in Sheshatshiu
SHESHATSHIU, NL – Frederick Joseph Osmond is facing a number of drug-related charges following a police search of a residence in Sheshatshiu on May 20. According to the RCMP, Osmond, 49, was allegedly trafficking cocaine and marijuana. ...
Heather Brown named Labrador-Grenfell Health’s new CEO
Heather Brown is the new chief executive officer of Labrador-Grenfell Health. Heather Brown Her appointment was announced in a news release from the Department of Health and Community Services today, May 24. Brown, currently the ...
Legislative change proposed to beef up Muskrat Falls inquiry security
A request to government from the Commission of Inquiry Respecting the Muskrat Falls Project has prompted a change to the province’s Court Security Act. Amendments to the Act went through committee debate in the House of Assembly this week. ...
Six out of 10 N.L. residents lack confidence bullying, harassment at House of Assembly will be dealt with appropriately: CRA poll
It seems the majority of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians lack the confidence that bullying and harassment in the province’s House of Assembly will be appropriately addressed by government. A Corporate Research Associates Inc. telephone poll ...
Motorists warned to watch out for caribou on Northern Peninsula roads
NORTHERN PENINSULA, NL – The provincial government is cautioning drivers to keep an eye out for caribou on the Northern Peninsula. The Department of Fisheries and Land Resources has issued an advisory asking motorists to exercise caution in ...
Tourism operators on Great Northern Peninsula having trouble finding summer students
NORTHERN PENINSULA, N.L. — For some tourist avenues of the Great Northern Peninsula, hiring summer students is a growing struggle. Iris Decker of Ship Cove often had little trouble hiring a student to guide visitors and tourists at the ...
Bay Roberts man receiving St. John Ambulance award for saving grandson’s life
ST. JOHN’S, NL – A Bay Roberts man is receiving an award for saving his grandson’s life. According to a news release from St. John Ambulance, Clarence Russell performed back blows on the boy, 11, who was choking. The ...
Award for man who helped save unconscious woman during Grand Falls-Windsor snowstorm
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Mike Perry is one of eight Newfoundlanders and Labradorians being recognized for acts of bravery by the St. John Ambulance today, May 24. According to a news release from the organization, Perry, teaming up with ...
UPDATED: Central Newfoundland hit with May 24 snow, burying previous record from 1965
Spring storm no surprise to Gander residents GANDER, N.L. – With each throw of the shovel, Natasha Ram couldn’t help but wonder what happened to spring. As she cleared the driveway on May 24, her daughter Selena Barnes was enjoying ...
Spring thaw exposes continuing littering problems at Baie Verte junction
BAIE VERTE, NL - The annual eyesore that is litter near the Baie Verte junction has again been exposed with the warm weather and snow melt. While the majority of the issue is with litter, sometimes larger items such as bags of garbage are ...