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2 hrs ago | National Post
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.
7 hrs ago | The Compass
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.
11 hrs ago | CBC News
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.
13 hrs ago | Telegram
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.
17 hrs ago | Western Star
Matthew Byrne is shown in this undated photo. Byrne will be performing in Corner Brook and Rocky Harbour this weekend.
Because our results are rounded, a single vote may not seem to affect the percentages below.
Much of western Newfoundland is in for a windy and wet couple of days, beginning with rain showers moving into the region Wednesday afternoon.
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.
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.
"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."
Mike Power, chair of the Bowring Park Foundation, holds one of the two mute swans he owns and which he is donating to the Glynmill Inn Pond in Corner Brook.
Two men from Ontario accused this past spring with trying to extort a Corner Brook man have had the charges against them dismissed.
Child, Youth and Family Services Minister Sandy Collins, left, discusses issues raised by the province's advocate for children and youth at a press conference in Corner Brook Thursday.
Premier Tom Marshall says he doesn't believe the lawsuit launched by the current owners of Humber Valley Resort will taint his political legacy.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 10:38 pm
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