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3 hrs ago | Nanaimo Daily News
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Newfoundland and Labrador's premier says his office has resolved a complaint that the education minister bullied the leader of the province's Federation of School Councils.
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5 hrs ago | CBC News
A man walking his dog on the Mundy Pond trail made a disturbing discovery when he spotted used syringes lining the shore.
9 hrs ago | Malvern Gazette
CHILDREN aged between four and 11 can design their own Easter cards and munch on chocolate treats at St John's Library this Thursday.
13 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The head of Newfoundland and Labrador's Crown energy company says costs for the $7.7-billion Muskrat Falls hydro project are going up and first power may be delayed.
16 hrs ago | Telegram
An investigation continues into an early morning fire on Duckworth Street in downtown St. John's.
17 hrs ago | Nor'Wester
While the provincial government is backing shrimp fishermen, the federal government remains firm on its latest quota decisions.
19 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire
Parking problems have lead Marlborough Town Council to object to St John's A 1.19 million sixth form centre.
21 hrs ago | CBC News
A fire broke out early Tuesday morning at a two-storey law office on Duckworth Street in downtown St. John's.
A man suspected of hitting and killing his girlfriend while driving drunk in Airport Heights last fall in St. John's will likely be pleading guilty.
A local construction company will receive close to $1 million from the provincial government without even having to drive a nail.
Charlie Ward, 54, was walking past Keith's Diner on this section of Main Road in Goulds around 11 p.m. on April 11, when he was struck by a vehicle travelling in the same direction.
William Conway, the man accused of causing his girlfriend's death with a motor vehicle last October, is expected to plead guilty in the case.
There is not a chance of hearing a line like that anywhere else in the world but Newfoundland.
From the moment he first walked onto a stage when he was five years old, Jacob Bradbury said he was hooked.
The Society of United Fishermen Hall in Heart's Content is so packed Friday night that it's tough to move.
The City of John's would like to use the Scouts Canada building on Terra Nova Road, as it's between two other city-owned properties.
A 24-year-old man will be appearing in court today in connection with what police describe as a robbery with violence in Mount Pearl.