Arrest count in Reidville home invasion now at four
Corner Brook Regional High confirms alleged computer system breach, but provides no ...
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Work to relocate Corner Brook skate park on hold until detailed plan ...
Former Corner Brook resident Joe Randell named Atlantic entrepreneur of the year
Roy’s Harvest legacy keeps on giving this weekend in Corner Brook
Labrador man charged with assault released on conditions
Hey Rosetta! calling it quits for now
Caribou disaster: A grandson remembers
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Deer Lake town council approves crematorium for Main Street funeral home
No one hurt in Corner Brook traffic accident on West Valley Road
Colin Wheeler facing new set of charges in Corner Brook court
Ricky Leslie Halfyard, charged in connection with a home invasion and robbery in Reidville, consents to remain in custody
Some Humber Arm South residents don’t like new location of mailboxes
Cape St. George man facing driving charges
Steady Brook mayor plans to revise joint council motion to raise concerns over regional governance
A proposed motion regarding regional governance was withdrawn before it was fully debated, but it does deem that the issue is not all that palatable with the Great Humber Joint Council. The council, which was meeting for the first time since ...
Insect damage to N.L. forests remains in check: scientists
Budworm, hemlock looper, balsam fir sawfly — all species the provincial and federal governments keep a close eye on here. The federal government recently released its annual “State of Canada’s Forests” report, showing ...
Comic Strippers coming to Newfoundland
The Comic Strippers are a male stripper troupe made up of four Canadian improvisational comedians, and they’re making their way to Newfoundland. “It’s a ridiculous show,” laughed one member, Ken Lawson. “It’s ...
Local digital Animation film being shown in Ireland
For the very first time, first-year Digital Animation students from College of the North Atlantic have work showcased at the Kerry Film Festival in Ireland with their short film “The Special.” In a prepared release from CNA, it said ...
Qalipu helping spread message of Moose Hide Campaign
As he looked around the room at some of his fellow staff members on Friday morning, Ralph Eldridge noted that some of them have young children and some have older children. “The world has changed so much since we grew up and I guess the ...
Dru Kennedy carves out photography business — with his wife Candace
It has been said, if you find a job you love, you’ll never work a day in your life. Corner Brook native Dru Kennedy has done just that. “Honestly, it doesn’t feel like work,” the 28-year-old said of owning his own ...
Andy Loder looking forward to joining other survivors at Corner Brook Relay for Life
Facing an uncertain future was a scary time for Andy Loder. But he’s always been a fighter and is more than thankful this difficult time is behind him. Now he can add survivor to his mantra. The 62-year-old resident of the Summerside ...
Eroded McIvers’ shoreline is evidence ‘something going on’
Not an oddity, perhaps, global coastlines everywhere are subject to constant erosion from the sea, but more intensely in recent decades. In Bay of Islands, the receding waterfront is plainly evident — and precarious. Basil Park is 56, old ...
Ned’s Trail becoming popular spot for outdoor enthusiasts
A trail, which follows the shoreline of Ned’s Pond in Stephenville, is getting lots of use now that more and more people are learning about it. Ned’s Pond was formerly the water supply for the town of Stephenville, but that all changed ...
Labrador residential school apology "the right thing to do," government says
When former Prime Minister Stephen Harper apologized for the legacy of Canada’s residential school system in 2008, survivors in Newfoundland and Labrador were left out in the cold. “I was very upset, I was very angry about it,” ...