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Democratic reform on menu in Newfoundland and Labrador
Clarenville Salvation Army broken into Monday night
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Shoal Harbour couple grateful for community support
One lane now open after accident closes TCH at Adeytown
Police are advising the public to avoid the Adeytown area on the Trans Canada Highway. ...
UPDATE:One woman dead following two-vehicle collision on T.C.H near Adeytown
A twenty-four-year-old woman has died as the result of a two-vehicle collision on the Trans-Canada highway near Adeytown Friday night say the RCMP. She was the lone occupant of a westbound vehicle that collided with a vehicle travelling in the ...
Resolution to change cost-sharing ratio for roadwork on table at Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador AGM
CORNER BROOK, NL — Churence Rogers believes changes to the provincial capital works funding program earlier this year were paved with good intentions, but left things a little bumpy for towns throughout the province. The mayor of ...
ARCHIVAL MOMENTS: Colcannon Night — A Lost Newfoundland Tradition
By Larry Dohey Long before Trick or Treating or Halloween got established in Newfoundland, in many communities the night of October 31 was referred to as Colcannon (also Cauld Cannon) Night. On what is now All Hallows’ Eve or ...
Steve Kent apparently transgresses access to information rules that he championed two years ago
Steve Kent seems to have transgressed the rules outlined in the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act (ATIPPA), which he championed in the House of Assembly. As chief administrative officer (CAO) of the City of Mount Pearl, Kent ...
Labrador residential school apology "the right thing to do," government says
When former Prime Minister Stephen Harper apologized for the legacy of Canada’s residential school system in 2008, survivors in Newfoundland and Labrador were left out in the cold. “I was very upset, I was very angry about it,” ...
Examining the Baffin Sound
This story originally published July 6, 2015 St. Anthony Port Authority is continuing to push forward with its quest to have the Baffin Sound removed from its wharf. For the past number of years the 80-foot vessel has been tied to the wharf on ...
Federal government announces $14.6 million in funding for small craft harbours
The projects are as follows: · Bay de Verde - Completion of the reconstruction of the breakwater on the north side of the harbour and continuation of a multi-year project to reconstruct the main wharves adjacent to the ...
Grand Bank woman left with severe burns from fat fire
Although she is now home and on the mend Christy Butt said she still has burns that have not healed, and that she may be left with some scarring.Christy Butt received second and third degree burns to 39 per cent of her body when she set out to cook a ...
Twillingate-Lewisporte MHA defends pension changes
Bennett posted some details of the Liberals proposed changes to MHA pension plans in response to criticism on social media from a constituent. The provincial government announced its intentions regarding MHA pensions in March as previously reported ...