Russell Wangersky: No excuses
Legendary nightlife spot changing with the times
N.L. man gets life sentence for murder in Ontario
Hey Rosetta! calling it quits for now
Caribou disaster: A grandson remembers
Hundreds of speeding, aggressive N.L. drivers ticketed
Opening up the conversation on local media in N.L.
RCMP looking for missing Clarenville man last seen in Arnold’s Cove
Bonavista MHA Neil King new caucus chair for N.L.’s Liberals
Cape Breton Post
Federal government announces $14.6 million in funding for small craft harbours
Grand Bank woman left with severe burns from fat fire
Twillingate-Lewisporte MHA defends pension changes
New NL Supreme Court justices in Grand Bank, Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Playful polar bear makes a visit to Wesleyville
Never dare a polar bear
RCMP enforce Natuashish booze ban, seize alcohol
The RCMP seized 11 bottles of alcohol from three women at the airport in Happy Valley-Goose Bay Tuesday who were headed to Natuashish. Sale, purchase and possession of alcohol has been banned in Natuashish since 2008. The booze was found during a ...
MNL happy with capital funding changes
Karen Oldford, president of MNL, said in the current fiscal reality, the province has to leverage all the federal funding that’s available and this formula allows them to do that. “They found a way to match dollars and not leave any federal dollars ...
RCMP warn of Fentanyl on Burin Pen; no Clarenville cases reported yet
In a news release on Feb. 28, RCMP warned the public against what they call a “growing concern” on the Burin Peninsula — the presence of Fentanyl in the area. Media Relations Officer Cpl. Trevor ...
Bonavista concerned about new cost-sharing system affecting roads
Under the old cost-share system, road projects were funded at 80-20 per cent province-to-municipality split, regardless of municipality population. Under the new system, road projects funding is split between provincial and municipalities at an even ...
Public being asked for opinions on NL roads and bridges
Feedback is welcomed online, at www.roads.gov.nl.ca/multiyear_roads_plan.htm. That website will be open to comments until Nov. 21. As part of the process, participants will be asked to identify their region, route name and number and the ...
Bus operators give ultimatum to government
Dave Callahan, president of the group told The Telegram he'll be in St. John's on Sunday for an emergency meeting with bus operators. "In the name of God we don't want to park the buses," Callahan said. He said the group will give notice to ...
Responses from federal regulators on Muskrat Falls
If given approval (and, if not, what happens remains unclear), the partially flooded area would be drained next year, bringing everyone back to the question of methylmercury release and whether or not topsoil will be removed from the 41-kilometre ...
Prayers answered - missing guide found alive and well
Hilliard's daughter Rachel took to Facebook to share the news. The reaction by many is in power of prayer and the search has ended with happy news for friends and family members. Hilliard's daughter Rachel took to Facebook to share the news. ...
Group of protesters heading back to Muskrat Falls
A meeting was held in Happy Valley Goose Bay on November 1, which invited Land Protectors, walkers and Labradorians to discuss the recent agreement between indigenous governments and the province over the flooding issue. Kirk Lethbridge, one of the ...
Arctic Prowler safe after taking on water
The Arctic Prowler, a small fishing vessel, was taking on water. When the department arrived just after 10 a.m. this morning, the boat was tipped on its starboard side. Five members put on personal floatation devices (PFDs) and breathing apparatuses ...