Long Island’s only child has a bright future, says mom
Youth to receive free admission to Parks Canada places beginning next year
Conception Bay North auctioneers discuss the art of selling
Research pays off in getting holiday deals
Parent accuses C.B.N. Skating Club of discriminating against daughter
EDITORIAL: Cannabis conundrum - where will smoking pot actually be allowed?
The Comic King of Bonavista Bay
‘Vital Signs’ looks at quality of life in NL communities
Drone video shows SS Kyle falling apart after 50 years aground
Cape Breton Post
Liberals win Bonavista-Burin-Trinity
ARNNL’s Education and Research Trust awards scholarships and bursaries
Voters heading to the polls for Bonavista-Burin-Trinity byelection today
Name for Carbonear long-term care facility honours local soldier
N.L. justice minister attending Conference of Ministers Responsible for Human Rights
Energy successfully exchanged between N.L. and N.S. across Emera’s Maritime Link
Canada 150 Skating Day this Sunday
Communities across the country are celebrating the conclusion of the Canada 150 year this Sunday, Dec. 10, with a massive nationwide skating party. More than 300 communities in all are taking part in Canada 150 Skating Day, including many in ...
Accused in Bay Roberts armed robbery fit to stand trial
HARBOUR GRACE, NL — A South River man accused of committing an armed robbery at a Bay Roberts gas station has been deemed fit to stand trial. Evan Blake Tipple, 28, faces a single-count charge of unlawfully committing robbery in relation to ...
No dime bag: N.L. does deal for marijuana supply
The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador has signed a deal to lock in a supply of cannabis and cannabis products from Canadian company Canopy Growth, ahead of the legalization of marijuana for recreational use in July 2018. The deal announced ...
Telegram to host Facebook Live event with Santa this Saturday
The Telegram will have a special guest live on our Facebook page Saturday at 4:15 p.m. on www.facebook.com/StJohnsTelegram/ Join Santa Claus as he takes a break from his packed schedule for an interview with reporter Barb Sweet. To ask him ...
Susan Rose awarded N.L. 2017 Human Rights Award
Former educator and LGTBQ2S advocate Susan Rose has been awarded the Newfoundland and Labrador Human Rights Commission’s (NLHRC) 2017 Human Rights Award. Lt.-Gov. Frank Fagan and his wife Patricia Fagan presented the award in a ceremony at ...
N.L. man says lottery win a ‘good omen’ after moving home
Bell Island native Leslie Byrne moved back to Newfoundland and Labrador in October from Ontario to be closer to his in-laws and now he’s the latest lottery winner. Byrne won $294,954, the second prize on the Nov. 25 Lotto 6/49 ...
N.L. to swear in lawyer believed to be its first openly gay Supreme Court judge
When Sandy MacDonald is sworn in as a Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court judge in St. John’s on Monday, he’ll make history. MacDonald is believed to be the province’s first openly gay Supreme Court justice. With a law ...
N.L. premier refers lobbying controversy for formal review
Premier Dwight Ball said a conflict of interest committee is being asked to review chief of staff Greg Mercer’s transition from private lobbyist to key Liberal government staff member. The move comes in response to a CBC News story Thursday ...
N.L. government begins multi-phased pre-budget consultation process
The provincial government is taking a multi-phased approach for public consultations in advance of the next budget. ...
Carbonear man charged with assault against teen girl
CARBONEAR, NL — A 19-year-old male from Carbonear is set to appear in court following an incident at a local house party. According to Greg Hicks, staff sergeant for the Harbour Grace RCMP, a call was made early in the morning of Saturday, ...