Soprano songstress brings Georgina Stirling tribute to Stirling’s hometown
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Twillingate and Crow Head come together to establish hiking trails network
Out and About: what's happening in central this week
’Jack of All Trades’ student wins prestigious scholarship
Province, DFO say no reduction in resources, just have not been publicizing ...
Gander man hopes to establish central location for his Newfoundland ponies
Personal memories of Swissair
N.L. couple issues warning over seven-year power bill saga
RCMP mischief investigation leads to more charges against Northern Peninsula man
NLESD adds courtesy stops for Marystown school children
First phase of Grand Bank’s redevelopment project stalled until next spring
GRAND BANK, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The first phase of the Grand Bank downtown and waterfront redevelopment project has been further delayed. It won’t start until next spring, at the earliest. The project initially ...
Carbonear audience meets Seniors’ Advocate for Newfoundland and Labrador
CARBONEAR, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The concerns and questions from plenty of seniors and retired people were heard this past week at Fong’s Restaurant in Carbonear. Dr. Suzanne Brake - the Seniors’ Advocate for ...
Targa driver thanks Marystown racer for assistance following car flip in Facebook post
Andrew Warren of Marystown was approximately three/four car lengths behind Kevin Chaulk and Kent Stanway, of 2IntentsRacing, ...
Happy Valley-Goose Bay couple found guilty of transporting marijuana
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA A man and a woman from Happy Valley-Goose Bay are scheduled to be sentenced in December for transporting just under eight pounds of marijuana from Labrador City to Happy ...
Channel-Port aux Basques RCMP investigating driver shown in dashcam video narrowly avoiding collision
The Channel-Port aux Basques RCMP are investigating a report of an erratic driver on the Trans-Canada Highway near South Branch. The incident occurred on the morning of Sept. 12, according to a RCMP release. Police located and stopped the ...
Discarded syringes found around Marystown in recent weeks
MARYSTOWN, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA Used syringes have been found in several locations around Marystown of late. Dennis Kelly, the town’s chief administrative officer, made councillors aware of the matter during ...
Man who crashed vehicle on Northern Peninsula charged with impaired driving
COOK’S HARBOUR, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA A 31-year-old man has a court date on Dec. 11 to answer to charges of impaired driving. Yesterday evening, Sept. 18, around 6:20 p.m., St. Anthony RCMP responded to a report there ...
Thirty-day demolition notice issued for former primary school
CLARENVILLE, N.L.—The Town of Clarenville has issued a 30-day demolition notice for the former primary school building on Pleasant Street. After consulting with the Newfoundland and Labrador School English School District (NLESD) and the ...
Update: Marystown man to appear in court; RCMP still investigating
Police arrested two men after items believed to be stolen were seized from a home in Marystown on Tuesday, Sept. 18. ...
Inuit groups host Celebrate Life event on Parliament Hill
OTTAWA, ONT. ONTARIO CANADA Mitch White of Nain was among a group of Inuit who gathered at Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Sept. 10 to recognize World Suicide Prevention Day. Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK) and National Inuit Youth Council ...