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Corner Brook gets OK to keep civic centre open
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Deer Lake restaurant safe robber pleads guilty to break, entry
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'I had made it pretty clear I had committed murder and we were moving a dead body'
Auditor walks through construction report
Coady wants rate mitigation plan revealed before election
Sex offender lists are private in Canada, but should they be?
Nalcor Energy aware of limits in geotechnical information
Off-duty Corner Brook firefighter Simon Knight was able to offer help at highway accident scene
Consultation efforts not good enough, Chief Jean-Charles Piétacho says
In the corner of a stage, in a large auditorium in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, two speakers of the Innu language – albeit different dialects – struggled to communicate the full frustrations of Chief Jean-Charles Piétacho of the Conseil ...
St. John's city council vote allows waiving of parking requirements downtown
The City of St. John’s council voted Monday evening to allow sitting councils authority to waive parking requirements for new developments in downtown St. John’s. This change brings the downtown regulation in line with the rest of the ...
Cowan Heights residents consider Neighbourhood Watch in response to crime
St. John’s Coun. Jamie Korab says many people in the Cowan Heights area are concerned about perceived increases in crime and are working toward implementing the city’s Neighbourhood Watch program. “There’s a lot of chatter, ...
Small shrimp biomass increase off Newfoundland's northeast coast
The latest news about the state of the northern shrimp stock in key Shrimp Fishing Area 6 off the province’s northeast coast is a bit more uplifting this year than about the same time last year. Last year the news was grim — this year, ...
Public Utilities Board has lots of questions for Nalcor
As the Muskrat Falls Inquiry looks to answer how the project got to this point, the Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities (PUB) is angling to find out some key details of the current state of Nalcor Energy. The PUB has submitted 74 questions ...
Auditor dives deep on Muskrat Falls project overruns
Daily hearings of the Muskrat Falls Inquiry began again Monday at the Lawrence O’Brien Arts Centre in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. In opening comments, inquiry co-counsel Barry Learmonth said more than five million documents have been archived ...
Nalcor knew about risk report: auditor
Grant Thornton has reviewed the cost increases and overruns during construction of the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project, but the auditor has also reported on what happened to an evaluation by SNC-Lavalin in 2013 that warned of risks and ...
Potter agreed to help undercover police move dead body, court hears
In most situations, the police use of a major crime investigative technique — also known as a Mr. Big operation — can take weeks or months, with officers working to establish a rapport with their suspect and developing a situation of ...
Auditor highlights early commitments to Muskrat Falls project
The team tasked with building the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project watched their identified contingency evaporate within four months of the project’s green light. While sanctioning in late 2012 came with a choir and much to-do, and ...
‘Come From Away’ shows raise funds for Community Food Sharing Association
Steffi D., a cast member of the popular musical “Come From Away” in Toronto, was in St. John’s Monday to present a cheque for $85,733.65 to the Community Food Sharing Association. The money was raised at the January concerts of ...