Updated on April 14, 2014 - Bay d’Espoir work could take two years to complete
Updated at 10:56 - Protests against cuts to the northern inshore shrimp fishery continued in Grand Falls-Windsor on Tuesday as those impacted attempt to get their message across to the federal government loud and clear..
Updated at 13:51 - Fisheries Minister Keith Hutchings announced today that an all-party committee will be doing consultations in the province and then ultimately heading to Ottawa to demand changes to shrimp quota cuts..
Updated at 14:08 - The Clarenville Caribous have won their first of two round robin games at the Allan Cup. With the 5-2 victory over the Kenora Thistles, Clarenville have put themselves in a position to finish first in their division with a win over the Brantford....
Updated at 09:48 - The partnership has been dubbed the Julienne Lake Alliance, with the Department of Natural Resources announcing this morning discussions are underway with the alliance on the potential development of a mining project at the province’s Julienne Lake....
Updated at 13:53 - Telegram columnist and news editor Russell Wangersky is among the finalists for the 2014 Newfoundland and Labrador Book Awards..Photo
Updated on April 14, 2014 - “The deep roots never doubt spring will come.” - Marty Rubin.
Updated at 10:55 - Do you know an outstanding citizen or youth living in Grand Falls-Windsor? Someone who goes above and beyond the call of duty to benefit their community, asking nothing in return? If the answer is yes, the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor would like you to....
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