Funding to boost coding and technology in N.L. schools
Central Newfoundland fire departments show support for Humboldt
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Gander strip mall demolition stalled
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Gambo fitness program promotes health for people of all abilities
Gander and Area SPCA starts clearing land for construction
Residents of Eastport Peninsula dip into their wallets and the frigid water
St. John’s man gave police fake name, charged with public mischief
Newfoundland celebrities roast Town of Springdale for rejecting rainbow crosswalk
New charges, including attempted murder, laid following Bonavista incident
Environmental assessment filed for ATV trail near Town of Terra Nova
Clarenville hopes to secure Bailey bridge to allow traffic back on Shoal Harbour causeway
Port Blandford anti-clearcutting group denied meeting with tourism minister
Church camp beset by vandals in Loon Bay
Corner Brook Pulp and Paper cuts ties with South Brook harvesting contractor
SOUTH BROOK A week after learning Corner Brook Pulp and Paper was cutting its ties with his company, Milton Elliott says he is just starting to sleep again. The pain of the decision and anxiety over Arthur Fowlow Ltd. employees’ futures ...
Town of Grand Bank launches online campaign to support Arctic surf clam plan
GRAND BANK, NL – The Town of Grand Bank has taken to the internet to raise awareness of its dispute with the federal government over Arctic surf clams. The town recently hired a public relations firm based in Ottawa and has launched an ...
Woman allegedly robbed Grand Falls-Windsor convenience store with blood-filled syringe
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – A 28-year-old woman has been charged with armed robbery after a convenience store on Bond Street in Grand Falls-Windsor was held up on Wednesday, April 18. According to an RCMP news release, the woman was carrying a ...
UPDATE: Police safely locate Shearstown woman
Bay Roberts RCMP is advising the public that the woman reported missing Wednesday has been located and is safe. *** (Earlier story) SHEARSTOWN, NL – The public is being asked to assist in finding a missing woman from ...
Colinet’s Markland Road voted among top 10 worst in Atlantic Canada
Voting for the Canadian Automobile Association’s (CAA) annual campaign to identify the worst roads in Atlantic Canada is over and one road in Newfoundland and Labrador made the top 10. Markland Road in Colinet placed fourth in ...
Bay Roberts man arrested in Tilton for drug driving
TILTON, NL – A 26-year-old Bay Roberts man was arrested for impaired care or control of a motor vehicle by a drug in Tilton on Tuesday, April 17. The arrest was made after police attended the scene of a single motor vehicle collision and ...
Springdale council denies request for rainbow crosswalk from Indian River High's Gender Sexuality Alliance
SPRINGDALE, NL — Springdale council recently voted down a request from the Indian River High Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) to paint a rainbow crosswalk near the school. The request to put the crosswalk on the street between the school and ...
High winds overturn transport truck near Barr’d Harbour
PORT SAUNDERS, NL – Port Saunders RCMP are reporting a transport truck is presently partially blocking Route 430 just south of Barr’d Harbour on the Northern Peninsula. According to police, they responded to the scene shortly after 11 ...
RCMP investigating assault with a weapon, causing bodily harm after vehicle collision in Bonavista
BONAVISTA, N.L. — RCMP in Bonavista are investigating an assault with a weapon, and assault causing bodily harm after a vehicle collision in Bonavista on Monday night, April 16. According to a press release issued by RCMP, police responded ...
Green Bay snowmobilers attempt to free moose from snowbank near Leading Tickles
TRITON, NL - Tyson Winsor from Triton and Corrie Ryan from Roberts Arm had an unusual encounter during a skidoo trip April 7-8 -- they found a moose in a snowbank. “We were just out on a skidoo ride, with no plans of where we were ...