N.L. youth organizations invited to apply for provincial funding
Two Clarenville area singers in National Youth Choir
Claire Spurrell awarded International President’s Leo Leadership medal
New town Chief Administrative Officer for Labrador City
Labrador West float plane dock brings opportunities and benefits
Allegedly impaired woman crashes vehicle in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
First Clarenville Children’s Wish Foundation motorcycle run a success
Happy Valley-Goose Bay RCMP charge youth in vehicle theft
DFO donates helicopter to CNA’s Gander campus
UPDATE: Conservation officers say Elliston polar bear appears to have gone ‘back out on the ice’
Simms in favour of reduced retention salmon angling over catch and release for N.L.
Polar bear spotted in Elliston
Port Blandford committee gets near-unanimous support from community regarding clearcutting protests
Nearly a hundred new affordable housing units announced for Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court judge sentences man for sexually assaulting stepdaughter
A 44-year-old man has been sentenced to six years in prison for committing sex-related offences against his teenage stepdaughter over a three-year period. The sentence was handed down by Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador Justice Vikas ...
Winterbrook woman surprised by close encounter with juvenile black bear outside her home
WINTERBROOK, N.L. - For one Winterbrook woman, Friday, July 13 started out with an unwelcomed visitor. When she heard a noise outside her home, Lisa Skeffington looked out her living room window to discover a juvenile black bear tearing up a bag ...
‘We can’t get by on just the bare minimum’: Twillingate plant workers hope government funding will prove beneficial during economic downturn
TWILLINGATE, CARTER’S COVE AND HAPPY ADVENTURE, N.L. – The announced funding for plant workers impacted by cuts to shrimp, crab and cod is needed in both the Twillingate and Comfort Cove-Newstead area. Following the shutdown of the ...
SPECIAL REPORT: No federal cash for HMP
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — When this province was flush with cash, a new prison wasn’t a must-have, and now with the money all spent, there’s not even a ballpark guess as to when there will be a new one. “I absolutely ...
Mayor Rose wants Atlantic Pilotage Association representatives to return to Stephenville
Mayor Tom Rose is hoping another meeting with representatives of the Atlantic Pilotage Association can be arranged by Gudie Hutchings, MP for Long Range Mountains. He was disappointed that at a recent meeting arranged at the Port of Stephenville, ...
West Street development deferred as council seeks more information
The Stephenville town council has deferred a request from Gerard Pomeroy for outline planning permission to construct a four-plex apartment building at 89 West St. Deputy Mayor Susan Fowlow, chair of the Stephenville town council’s traffic ...
Newfoundland and Labrador on their bucket list
When Duncan Bradford-Wilson, of Saskatoon, was asked by his parents where he wanted to go for a high school graduation trip, they were surprised to find that the answer was Newfoundland and Labrador. “I didn’t know all that much about ...
Weather alert issued for parts of Newfoundland
Environment Canada is advising the public to monitor weather alerts and forecasts in a special statement issued this morning. The statement says a series of disturbances brought by a warm, tropical air mass approaching Newfoundland from the south ...
LETTER: Her Majesty's Penitentiary — ‘This house of Hell’
Over the years, a pattern has developed for Her Majesty’s Penitentiary (formerly His Majesty’s Penitentiary) where complaints are made about conditions at the site and the ability to deliver modern rehabilitation programming, with ...
Telegram Special Report explores past, present and future of HMP
If you isolate the original three-storey stone building on the grounds of Her Majesty’s Penitentiary in St. John’s today and compare it in black and white to an archived image closer to the time it was first opened in 1859, the ...