Corner Brook Traffic Cam
Red curtains rise again for Maxim Mazumdar
Western Star community calendar
Excavator being used in Blanche Brook upsets Stephenville man
Corner Brook Legion celebrates one of its own
Benoit’s Cove resident believes parents need to work together to address bullying ...
Benoit’s Cove resident killed in all-terrain accident on Logger School Road
York Harbour’s Timothy Sheppard sentenced to 3 months for fraud
Jesse Renouf dedicated to Bay St. George Special Olympics Torch Relay
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Canada Post looking to increase postage rates in 2019
Newfoundland Power rates are going up July 1
Provincial Child Death Review Committee makes series of recommendations to government following case reviews
Man who drove the wrong way on West Street in Corner Brook charged with impaired driving
Court grants injunction limiting activity of ironworkers protesting at Corner Brook hospital site
RNC seeking public's assistance in locating Sarah Reddy
Hillier Avenue amendments approved for development to move ahead in the area
Brad White, a landowner in the Hillier Avenue area of Stephenville, was ecstatic with a decision by the Stephenville town council to make amendments to allow development in the area. Council passed a number of amendments on Thursday at their ...
Pink Tree Day at Daffodil House in St. John's raises breast cancer awareness and money for research
A special pink-tree planting ceremony, on the first day of summer, was held Thursday in the Husky Energy Healing Garden at Daffodil House. Linda Ryan, the founder of Pink Days in Bloom and a breast cancer survivor, was at the event with her ...
Eastern Health employee-turned real estate agent to go on trial in St. John's in November
An Eastern Health employee-turned real estate agent will go to trial in the fall on charges of theft, fraud and forgery. Debbie McGrath, 51, appeared in provincial court Thursday morning, accused of stealing money from the Newfoundland and Labrador ...
Man who sexually assaulted, secretly videoed kids sentenced to seven years in jail by St. John's judge
“You’ll get what’s coming to you, you piece of s---!” a male relative of one of the children sexually assaulted by David Snow yelled at him from the gallery as he was being escorted out of a St. John’s courtroom Thursday ...
Legislation coming in 2019, equality for persons with disabilities in Newfoundland and Labrador is focus of ongoing efforts, minister says
Representatives from advocacy and community organizations were at the Confederation Building Thursday for a public update on the three-year provincial action plan for the inclusion of persons with disabilities. There were two panels of speakers, ...
Rabbittown Learners’ Program grads change their lives through education
Create. Laugh. Play. Love. Learn. Words to live by. Students in the Rabbittown Learners’ Program exact change in their lives by achieving their goals through education. “There is power, strength, knowledge and wisdom in ...
Land, water and farming implements blessed during ceremony at the Mercy Centre’s garden in St. John’s
With smiling faces and upraised hands, a host of new Canadians gathered Wednesday to give blessings to the land that will feed them and many others this fall when the crops are harvested. Organizers at the Mercy Centre of Ecology and Justice on ...
Should the government change the Newfoundland and Labrador Coat of Arms?
Premier Dwight Ball guaranteed a review of official symbols such as the provincial coat of arms last weekend, as had been promoted by Torngat Mountains MHA Randy Edmunds. The resolution was brought forward because the provincial coat of arms is ...
Former Labrador man facing sex offence charge in Halifax seeks bail hearing
HALIFAX, N.S. - A Halifax man considered a high risk to reoffend when he was released from prison in the past has asked for a bail hearing on his latest sex-related charges. Sem Paul Obed, 47, was apprehended by police June 1, a few hours after a ...
Fuel prices continue creep downward in Newfoundland
The Public Utilities Board maximum prices for all regulated petroleum products have again been adjusted downward this week. Gas is down 0.7 cents per litre (cpl) and diesel is down 0.3 cpl. Heating fuels are also down: furnace oil by 0.04 ...