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The provincial government has been taking a different tack on a number of issues since the departure of Kathy Dunderdale.
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Last week, a bus driver in St. John's contacted the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary about vehicles illegally passing the bus.
The Corner Brook Royal Newfoundland Constabulary has recovered a quantity of what is believed to be stolen items from vehicles in the area.
DEER LAKE An arrest in western Newfoundland has the Royal Canadian Mounted Police warning local businesses to be cautious of fraudulent transactions.
Corner Brook businessman Frank Coleman has decided to enter the Tory leadership race in Newfoundland and Labrador, with two prominent would-be candidates making last-minute decisions to stay on the sidelines.
Buyer beware. It's as valuable in politics as it is in any other kind of sale. Tuesday, Municipal and Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Steve Kent was trotting out three years' of provincial money, some $200 million in infrastructure funding.
Lynn E. Cole was appointed to provincial court in Stephenville, effective March 6, while Mark T. Linehan was appointed to provincial court in St. John's, effective March 4. "Ms.
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is requesting the public's assistance in identifying men suspected of using fraudulent credit cards.
Involved in this scene from "The Way of the Cross" depicting The Crucifixion include, from left, Stewart MacNeil as Jesus, Dorothy Pike as one of the three women of Jerusalem, and Melvin McCann as Simon.
Corner Brook drivers are advised to use caution driving today as water levels rise and city streets are beginning to flood.
When firefighting services from Corner Brook and the Marine Institute's Safety and Emergency Response Training Centre in Stephenville arrived on scene the building had been completely destroyed.
The Sir Robert Bond is seen docked in Corner Brook on Wednesday. According to the CAI Nunatsiavut Marine website, the passenger ferry will depart for Blanc Sablon at 7:00 a.m. Thursday as scheduled.
Though it became endearing, and a tradition in itself, the rampaging-Celt approach missed-by a league and a half-the deeper wells of music on the Rock.
There are no immediate solutions, but Tuesday night's public meeting regarding the future of thea SPepsia SCentre offered a few firm first steps in the process.