56 min ago | The Globe and Mail
The Canadian Coast Guard says it has had no reported sightings of the Russian cruise ship Lyubov Orlova since March 12.
4 hrs ago | The Compass
A new settlement has been reached with the Catholic lay order, the Irish Christian Brothers, that affects some 160 victims of sexual abuse at the former Mount Cashel orphanage in St.
7 hrs ago | The Compass
The Canadian Coast Guard is continuing to work on managing an oil leak from a sunken bulk carrier that ran aground and sank off Fogo Island and Change Island in Notre Dame Bay in 1985.
8 hrs ago | The Labradorian
Lady poses for a picture her new owner recently had taken by a professional photographer.
8 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The coast guard says it will lower weighted bulk bags to seal off an oil leak from a shipwreck off Newfoundland's east coast.
12 hrs ago | Telegram
Jeanie Bungay of Paradise is the 26-year-old woman charged in connection with an armed robbery at a Conception Bay South convenience store Tuesday.
13 hrs ago | CBC News
Gordon Bishop, 28, says he has had a long criminal life, but that the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary has crossed the line and is harassing him.
Work on the demolition on the Carbonear offal plant began this week after being left untouched for over a decade.
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary have arrested and charged a 50-year-old male resident of Corner Brook for assault, in addition to charges for failing to comply with a court order.
The crew of a fishing vessel is safe after being forced to abandon ship this morning off the coast of Newfoundland.
This vessel, Ocean Negotiator, ran into trouble on Tuesday 42 nautical miles northeast of St.
The Multi-Materials Stewardship Board will be partnering with volunteer fire departments in rural communities across the province, as well as the City of Corner Brook and the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, to provide people a convenient way to properly dispose of household hazardous waste.
THE Rev Andy McMullon has survived war zones and supported a congregation through the dark days of a national miners' strike.
A St John's Wood headteacher spent nearly 7,000 of her school's money on her 50th birthday celebrations, a Department for Education report has found.
And while the Crown tried to appeal that decision in the case of Christopher Vladislov Sawicki, its attempts were shot down last week by the province's top judge, who denied the application for more time to file it.