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A new school year begins at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University in Corner Brook
Orientation at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University in Corner Brook, is in full swing with several activities taking place to help new students familiarize themselves with the campus, its surroundings and staff.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
What you can do to make 911 work
In mid-August, emergency dispatchers in Corner Brook made the news for not once, but twice, sending emergency crews to the wrong building.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Judge to decide on Humber Road tenant/landlord spat
Green was one of the eight tenants, including a restaurant, displaced from the property ran by Ma at 27 Humber Rd. last February after provincial inspectors shut the building down.
District representative comfortable with temporary junior high
The G.C. Rowe Junior High sign is replaced by a Corner Brook Intermediate one as junior high students prepare to go back to school.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Charges laid against two youth on Cossitt Place in Corner Brook
Two 14-year-old boys were arrested an charged with criminal offences at a residence on Cossitt Place late Thursday night.
Got a quarter? Give a quarter
In a place where joy is not a common emotion, there were plenty more smiles than usual at Western Memorial Regionala SHospital.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Bitter feud between Newfoundland neighbours has a disputed death...
Snippets of a bitter feud between Newfoundland neighbours were aired in a Corner Brook courtroom this week in a dispute that involved trespassing cats, an alleged death threat and a hard-of-hearing deputy sheriff.
Ottenheimer hopes to bring stability to party
John Ottenheimer is confident in both his ability to become the next leader of the Progressive Conservative party and ignite his team's chances in the next general election.
St. John's, Corner Brook centres to field all 911 calls
Municipal and Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dan Crummell says every landline and cellphone in the province will be charged a new fee to help pay for implementation of provincewide 911 service.
Plans still on track for basic 911 service by December
The provincial government said today it has determined the locations and boundaries of the Public Safety Answering Points for the expansion of Basic 911 service.
Hearts, heroes and Matthew Byrne on west coast this weekend
Matthew Byrne is shown in this undated photo. Byrne will be performing in Corner Brook and Rocky Harbour this weekend.
Trial to proceed on charges of impaired driving causing bodily harm
There is sufficient evidence to proceed with three charges in relation to alleged impaired driving causing bodily harm against Mark Jeffrey Thompson.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Because our results are rounded, a single vote may not seem to affect the percentages below.
Approaching wind and rain not coming from Tropical Storm Cristobal
Much of western Newfoundland is in for a windy and wet couple of days, beginning with rain showers moving into the region Wednesday afternoon.
An angler who visited Little Falls on the Upper Humber River recently feels it's time the provincial government spent a few dollars to repair the steps that take anglers down to one of the favourite pools on the river.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Limited clientele a factor in Corner Brook gallery closure: owner
Corner Brook may have a strong reputation for producing some great artists, but the limited opportunity to grow can make it tough to operate a gallery that showcases original works.
Privacy breach sentencing significant for general deterrence: Crown attorney
The conviction and sentencing of a former hospital clerk who inappropriately accessed patient records is signficant to deter any future breaches, according to Crown attorney Vikas Khaladkar.
Benoit's Cove man hurt in boat explosion
A man was treated for minor injuries following an explosion aboard a small fishing boat in the Bay of Islands Saturday morning.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
COLUMN: Ed Finn writes about a journalist's life on the left
"I have a reputation, deserved or not," he says, "of an inveterate punster. Most of my puns have been eye-rolling groaners," he admits, "but the occasional one has been funny and perhaps even witty."