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2 hrs ago | Western Star
It will take an enterprising approach to provide a jolt to the western Newfoundland economy, so the Greater Corner Brook Board of Trade is going to get bolder.
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7 hrs ago | Nanaimo Daily News
The Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre in Halifax says a cargo ship has run aground off the southwest coast of Newfoundland Maj.
9 hrs ago | CBC News
Carson Tulk was ordered to stay at least 50 metres away from any inland waters for five years after he was convicted for netting salmon.
13 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post
Dana Bradley's body was arranged in burial fashion by her killer in an area of alder bushes and trees off an old dirt road, away from the eyes of the city on a cold and quiet December evening many years ago.
This is one of the photos Kirill has posted on his website from his visit to Allure on George Street.
Veronique Hivon, Quebec Minister for Social Services and Youth Protection, responds to reporters' questions in February over legislation she introduced on the right to die in dignity.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The race for a new Progressive Conservative leader in Newfoundland and Labrador will be run by caucus outsiders.
St. John's city council member Danny Breen will run for the PC Party in the district of Virginia Waters, hoping to fill the seat that former premier Kathy Dunderdale held.
Statoil has settled on the rig for use in completing a planned multi-well drilling campaign .
The budding film-makers from St John's Primary in Wallingford, Chalgrove Primary, The Treehouse School in Cholsey and South Stoke Primary, were premiering their own movies.
Thy Nguyen, owner of the Pho Vietnam restaurant in Corner Brook got a new home for her business on Caribou Road after being forced to leave her old location on Humber Road.
A woman charged in the first-degree murder of a Harbour Round man in Grand Falls-Windsor last year has been granted bail.
The Salvation Army is pleased St. John's city council rejected a committee recommendation to designate two of its buildings as heritage properties.
A cabin in Gallants was completely destroyed by fire early today and a truck parked near it was extensively damaged.
David Ryan, 54, has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the 2005 death of Richard Brace, ending a court saga that started when a marathon drinking party at a Carbonear house took a violent turn.
Lawyer Bob Buckingham speaks to his client David Ryan in Newfoundland Supreme Court this morning.