Clarenville swears in new council
Liberal hopeful Pete Soucy discusses aquaculture project with Grieg NL officials
Hickman's Harbour fishers relieved DFO ditched new rule for herring fishery
N.L.’s moose hunters reminded to use firearms safely
Milton cidery and orchard project receives environmental approval
Huge turnout in Clarenville to honour Cpl. O’Keefe and first responders
Clarenville Memorial walk raises over $8K for mental health
Petition calls for end to N.L.’s 1.6-km busing rule
Where Once They Sailed: George Stringer among first NL casualties of Great ...
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Clarenville child luring trial delayed
Right whales may impact Marine Atlantic travel
‘Vital Signs’ looks at quality of life in NL communities
FISH-NL and FFAW still at odds over harvester numbers
Former Eastern Health employee sentenced for snooping in private files
Emergency personnel at Memorial Drive intersection
Janes chicken products distributed in N.L. recalled for possible salmonella contamination
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has issued a recall warning for two frozen raw breaded chicken products. ...
Pharmacists sound alarm about Newfoundland and Labrador flu season
The Pharmacists’ Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (PANL) says the province has limited patients’ options for flu shots this year and is worried about the potential impacts of low vaccination rates during an expected rough flu ...
Biologist says animal print from Northern Peninsula was from a bear, not a big wild cat
Provincial wildlife officials say a paw print a Northern Peninsula man suspected belonged to a large wild cat was more likely made by a bear. In an article published by The Western Star last Saturday, Greg Patey recounted his alleged encounter ...
Marystown Lions hosting fall district convention this weekend
The Marystown Lions Club will host the fall district convention this weekend. ...
Three candidates come forward for Come By Chance byelection
COME BY CHANCE, N.L. — After their previous nomination day, the Town of Come By Chance acclaimed their council when five individuals came forward. ...
Committee formed to identify ways to end violence against females
Justice and Public Safety Minister Andrew Parsons and Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women president Linda Ross will co-chair a committee aimed at finding ways to make Newfoundland and Labrador a safer place for women and girls. The ...
Fifth annual seniors information fair on Oct. 19
Random Age-Friendly Communities Board is hosting its fifth Annual Seniors’ Information Fair in Clarenville. ...
Three more seeking Liberal nomination for Bonavista-Burin-Trinity
While the nomination date has not yet been set, three more individuals have confirmed they are seeking the Bonavista-Burin-Trinity Liberal nomination. ...
FISH-NL to make announcement on certification application on Thursday
FISH-NL has called a news conference on Thursday relating to its application for certification before the province’s Labour Relations Board. ...
Canso man’s wallet lost at sea, turns up 4 years later
Capt. John Baker got a call from a friend a few nights ago saying that his wallet had been found. In the silence that filled the following moments Baker’s mind raced back to the night he lost his wallet. It was Dec. 22, 2013, and Baker ...