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<strong>Ship Harbour will celebrate important world event</strong>
This plaque marks the secret meeting of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Placentia Bay just off the community of Ship Harbour in 1941.In August, led by the Atlantic Charter Foundation Inc., it will ...
Ball in Whitehorse for national meetings
“With an aging demographic and increasing health-care costs, increased available funding from the federal government is a high priority,” Ball said in a statement emailed to reporters. “I look forward to discussing this with other premiers and ...
Luck is on their side in Buchans
Although there were periods of rain, the temperatures were high and the sun was shining for most of the weekend. The five-day event began with a meet and greet for families during the afternoon at the James Hornell Boys and Girls Club (JHBGC). ...
Botwood Flying Boat Festival successful
With so many events it isn’t an easy feat to take it all in and not wonder just who and how do they get the festival go so well year after year. To refer to the newest councillor Murray Roberts, who chaired this event, it takes time and organization ...
Rebuilding the past of Gander airport
Because he grew up there, as Jack Pinsent walks the old town site of Gander, he can see hangars, schools and homes that once lined the streets. And with the completion of the Gander Airport Historical Society’s project, those who’ve never laid eyes ...
Clarenville RCMP make two impaired driving arrests within three-hour period
According to a press release issued this morning, police say — shortly after 7:45 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 3 — they responded to a complaint of an erratic driver in Musgravetown from a concerned motorist. Police arrested a 47 year-old man for impaired ...
Suspect faces raft of charges after reports he was riding ATV with shotgun
Police responded to a complaint of Burton being intoxicated, having assaulted another male and later seen in possession of a firearm. He was also reported to have been riding in the community on an all-terrain vehicle while holding a ...
Exposure to the Capital
“Science and Technology Youth Escapade” was the tile for the trip, co-funded by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada STEAM Ahead Program and NL Provincial Government Department of Business, Tourism, Culture and Rural Development. A bus window broken by ...
Marystown landlords dismayed office space wasn’t tendered publicly
Renovations presently underway on Marystown’s town hall are expected to take between six to eight months. Businesspeople Paula Dober and Bill Dober brought the issue up to council during this week’s meeting. They wondered why many landlords in ...
NCC calls on PM to apologize following residential school settlement
“We will support those still with us and will do what we can to walk with them on their journey of healing and reconciliation,” Russell said. “To help in this process, we ask that Prime Minister Trudeau offer an apology for Canada’s participation in ...