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From the city council chambers
Qalipu enrolment file prompting 'Black Friday' protest in Corner Brook this week
Grant boosts Qalipu vision for renewed ParticiPark trail in Corner Brook
Heatherton man facing impaired driving, firearm- and cannabis-related charges
Heatherton driver with burnt-out headlight facing numerous charges
Money stolen during break-in in Corner Brook
Parents scramble to find child care, activities after Max Athletics fire forces cancellation of programs
Jennifer Toope was getting her seven-year-old son, Ryder, ready for school at 7 a.m. Thursday when she checked social media and saw she had been tagged in a post. It was The Telegram’s Facebook page, which had posted coverage by photographer ...
Fifth-largest cruise ship in the world coming to Corner Brook Friday
The City of Corner Brook is hosting a festival to help welcome the largest cruise ship to ever visit Corner Brook. The MCS Meraviglia, which is due to visit the city Friday, is actually the fifth-largest cruise ship in the world. It has a ...
Red is certainly one of the colours of fall and it is quite prevalent on the bogs on both sides of Roxon Way (Route 490) on the Stephenville side of Indian Head. Here, a knoll on one of the bogs makes a beautiful fall scene with mountains, including ...
Danny Conway will chair Southwest Coast Joint Council
Danny Conway said he is currently waiting to meet with (Peter) Fenwick to discuss his new position. ...
Secondary roads amongst those in latest brush-cutting program for western Newfoundland
More than 400 hectares of brush along provincial highways will be cleared this fall to increase highway safety. The Department of Transportation and Works is spending about $2 million for brush clearing this year, according to a prepared release ...
Neighbours breathing easier after stinky house demolished in Stephenville
Cyril and Trudy White of King Street in Stephenville were breathing a sigh of relief last Thursday as a stinky house next door was being demolished by an excavator. More than 80 cats had been removed from the house after three visits by ...
Reported theft from vehicle launches fraud investigation in Corner Brook
The police in Corner Brook are urging residents to remember to always lock their car doors and to never leave valuables in an unattended vehicle. There has been a rash of vehicle break-ins throughout the city recently, including more reported in ...
Corner Brook RNC warns of continues thefts from vehicles
Following a string of thefts from unlocked vehicles in Corner Brook early Monday morning, the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is reminding the general public to secure their vehicles and leave nothing valuable unattended inside. In one theft, ...
RCMP investigators looking for witnesses to fatal crash in Corner Brook
The RCMP is looking to talk to anyone who may have seen the vehicle involved in a fatal collision in Corner Brook this past Friday night in the moments leading up to the accident. The accident happened shortly after a Royal Newfoundland ...
New Roman Catholic bishop named for Diocese of Corner Brook and Labrador
Rev. Bart van Roijen, a priest of the Diocese of Nelson, B.C., has ben appinted the new bishop for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Corner Brook and Labrador. The diocese announced the appointment, which was made by Pope Francis, in a news release ...