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With what are being described as "more seasonal temperatures" forecast into the weekend, Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro has ended its special request for power conservation.
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People in Newfoundland and the St. John's metro area will experience a cooler-than-usual spring for at least a little while, but temperatures should be near-normal for the vast majority of the season.
Standard time returns to daylight saving time Sunday, March 9 at 2 a.m. and people are asked to turn their clocks ahead one hour at that time.
Herman Boyd Randell, left, talks to defence lawyer Sandi MacKinnon, right, and an unidentified person accompanying Randell at his appearance in the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador in Corner Brook Thursday morning.
This is the next major event as part of the Lancaster Guardian and The Visitor appeal to raise A 500,000 to preserve St John's Hospice for future generations.
Oceans Ltd., a company which has established itself as a business providing a variety of service for offshore workers, from marine weather forecasting to creating 3-D profiles of icebergs, has moved into a new area of research which could enhance our medical well-being.
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer was taken to hospital after their police car was struck by a vehicle running a red light at a St. John's intersection.
SSgt. Doug Day talks to media about a campaign to raise awareness about thefts from vehicles.
Shoppers, visitors and workers can use the nearby Vineyard Street, Priory Street, Britannia and Napier Road car parks, which offer all day parking for 50p.
This photo was taken by an eyewitness in December after Bradley Bartlett had an altercation with police while leaving a Christmas party from Dooley's on Topsail Road.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - One of Newfoundland and Labrador's main electric utilities is thanking its customers for conserving power this morning as the province copes with another cold snap.
Michaela Underwood, head at Great Marsden St John's CofE Primary, Nelson, was described as having 'hit the ground running'.
The quick response time to a call about a fire on Winter Ave. in St. John's helped prevent a fire from spreading.
A snowmobile racer in the Cain's Quest race in Labrador has been airlifted for treatment after a collision Tuesday morning.
The trial for accused murderer David Ryan didn't go ahead as scheduled on Tuesday.