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Getting ready for wastewater treatment
Woman charged with hit-and-run in Long Pond, Conception Bay South
Traditional trio from North River is a family affair on all fronts
Les Ms. hosting event at the Bella Vista tonight, with Lori Cooper Band
New web-series from Jonathan Torrens offers financial advice for ...
EDITORIAL: Speed demons abound on Newfoundland and Labrador highways
St. Anthony man arrested for break and enters
Irving to build two more Arctic patrol ships in Halifax
Ottawa to offer ice compensation to iced-in fishermen in N.L., Quebec
Clarenville RCMP charge two drivers traveling together for driving at excessive speeds
SmartICE honoured with innovation award
Workers want answers on future of Black Duck Cove plant
One day after the Black Duck Cove fish plant burnt to the ground, distraught workers packed a local fire hall looking for answers. The meeting came less than 24 hours after the May 15 fire destroyed the Gulf Shrimp Ltd. building. The fire puts ...
Reid family concerned about hospital wait times as Bide Arm mother takes sick
Mariam Reid of Bide-Arm (Roddickton-Bide Arm) has had to wait over a month for a procedure to remove gallstones. Her son, Morris, is concerned the wait has taken a toll on the 92-year-old’s health. For over a month, Mariam has suffered ...
Labrador City raises prospect of amalgamation
The town of Labrador City is going to hold a plebiscite in September on amalgamation with the town of Wabush. Council voted unanimously on May 14 to move forward with the vote, citing results of recent public consultation sessions and a 2017 ...
NL VOTES: Dempster elected for third term in Cartwright-L’Anse au Clair
It’s rare to see Cartwright-L’Anse au Clair any colour but red. And that didn’t change in 2019. Lisa Dempster, the Liberal incumbent, was re-elected as the district’s MHA on Thursday evening, receiving 67 per cent of the ...
NL VOTES: Trimper holds Lake Melville district for the Liberals
Taking down signs and enjoying a few days off are Perry Trimper’s plans for the long weekend. Trimper just won his second term as Liberal MHA for Lake Melville and said it’s a great feeling. “An election, a political campaign is ...
NL VOTES: Terra Nova turns blue
It seemed to start out well, but by the end of Thursday night Liberal incumbent Colin Holloway was conceding defeat to PC Lloyd Parrott. At the Clarenville Inn, where Holloway’s supporters were gathered to watch the results, the room was ...
NL VOTES: Andrew Parsons wins handily for Liberals on South West Coast
Applause for each district declared a win for the Liberals drowned out the chatter at Andrew Parsons’ campaign office on Thursday night. The large crowd also cheered when Eddie Joyce reclaimed his seat as an independent after his ousting ...
NL VOTES: Great Northern Peninsula stays Red
Christopher Mitchelmore is staying put as MHA of St. Barbe – L’Anse aux Meadows. The Liberal incumbent, who hails from Green Island Cove, was re-elected Thursday evening picking up nearly 60 per cent of the vote. Mitchelmore told ...
Company will help Black Duck Cove employees
Employees who may have feared they are out of work following a fire at a shrimp processing facility in Black Duck Cove on Wednesday night, May 15, won’t have to worry, according to the company that owns the facility. Gulf Shrimp Ltd. issued ...
Ask questions, speak up, seniors’ advocate says
The Newfoundland and Labrador Seniors’ Advocate wants people of the province to ask questions and offer suggestions on ways to improve their lives. Dr. Suzanne Brake is the province’s first seniors’ advocate, and was guest ...