Woman returns from vacation to property crumbling into Humber River
Corner Brook Traffic Cam
Man released without charges from Stephenville High threat incident
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English school board looking to correct deficiencies in process
March and demonstration in Ottawa on Qalipu enrolment planned for Feb. 24
COLUMN: Grenfell creating classes in the community
Deer Lake man changing lawyers
West coast rabbit hunters fined for using illegal snares
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Touring Anaconda Mining operation on Baie Verte Peninsula
Newfoundland and Labrador small business among least polite in Canada: study
Environmental assessment legislation lacks clarity: Noia
St. Anthony Seafoods becomes seven-month operation for first time in its history
Carbonear gives final approval to amendments accommodating hotel proposal
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Baie Verte council inquiring about status of Irving properties
BAIE VERTE, NL — A couple of pieces of prime real estate in Baie Verte were once home to towering oil tanks and other related infrastructure, but these days, they stand out for their barren state. The Irving-owned properties on Water Street ...
Springdale looking for industrial land
SPRINGDALE, NL — If Springdale is going to continue to grow from an industrial standpoint, it needs to acquire land for development, according to its mayor. Dave Edison expects the town will need land for future businesses development, ...
Leaders react to Grenfell Co-Op closure
ST. ANTHONY, NL – Political leaders are expressing sadness at the announcement the Grenfell Co-Op will be closing after 105 years in business. For St. Anthony mayor and chamber of commerce president Desmond McDonald, his biggest concern is ...
Wheels on the home go round and round
After getting two college diplomas, 24-year-old Chelsea Pettipas is dreaming of buying her own custom-built home – and she has it all figured out. Dozens of sketches show exactly where her bedroom, kitchen, dining area, bathroom and laundry ...
Baie Verte Co-Op going strong, reports president
BAIE VERTE, NL — The bottom line for the Baie Verte Consumers Co-operative is strong, according to the president of its board of directors, who is happy with the store’s position. Oliver Penney’s comments come in the ...
Corner Brook's Street Meats goes 'into the woods'
D.J. Pike has taken his Street Meats food vending business off the streets of Corner Brook and to the nearby snowmobile trails. Pike began selling grub at the Shiver Shack, a warm-up shelter on Loggers School Road, a coupe of weeks ago and plans ...
More environmental work needed for Crémaillère Harbour development near St. Anthony
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Great Northern Port Inc. has been informed an environmental preview report (EPR) will be required for its project to develop a marine offshore base at Crémaillère Harbour just south of St. Anthony. An ...
N.L. government aiming to increase food self-sufficiency with agriculture pilot project
REIDVILLE, NL – A new pilot project has been announced that will allow new and existing farmers interested in growing fruit and vegetables for commercial sale to lease Crown land that has already been prepared for that purpose. The property, ...
Things appear quiet at former Baie Verte asbestos mine site
BAIE VERTE, NL — There doesn’t seem to be much to get excited about locally in the wake of recent federal discussions on asbestos. In the Jan. 18 edition of the Nor’wester, Baie Verte Mayor Brandon Philpott wondered if an ...
Passing the stress test
There’s a lot of excitement that comes with buying your first home. There can also be a lot of stress, most of which stems from dealing with banks or other lenders as your try to nail down a mortgage. As of Jan. 1, that process just became a ...