Brush fire brought under control play

Brush fire brought under control Video

Updated at 15:24 - St. John's Regional Fire Department was called to the scene of a brush fire at East White Hills Road, behind the Country Ribbon building, Monday afternoon. The...

Salmon poacher gets jail time, fine

Salmon poacher gets jail time, fine

Updated at 14:26 - A St. Georges man who wouldn’t stay away from poaching salmon despite being told not to go near inland waters by the court, is now spending time in jail.

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Mental Health Week gets underway

Updated at 11:23 - With the stroke of a pen, Health Minister Steve Kent and members of the Newfoundland and Labrador division of the Canadian Mental...

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Archaic thinking on sex report

Updated at 03:33 - I found the premier’s comments on how the release of a report on sexual exploitation could endanger sex workers both puzzling and archaic..

Wilful ignorance

Updated at 03:33 - What is so absolutely, crushingly disappointing is that this province’s politicians — of all political stripes — were told it was...

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Cheers & Jeers

Updated at 03:33 - Cheers: to wild turnarounds. Pundits are keeping a close eye on what may turn out to be an unthinkable outcome in Tuesday’s...

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Local football group scores touchdown

Updated at 03:33 - The first annual Football Newfoundland and Labrador clinic has been termed a “success” by president and technical director Brian Hughes..

Marlins were tops at Spring Splash

Updated at 03:33 - The Mount Pearl Marlins took the top team award at the St. John’s Legends’ Hickman’s Spring Splash swim meet at the Aquarena over...

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Recipes offer tidbits of history

Updated at 13:32 - A 60-year-old soup recipe leaflet appeared at the bottom of a carton some time ago when I returned from an in-home auction here in St. John’s. Hidden under books of considerably greater stature, this leaflet was dog-eared, telling me it had been....

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New mining sector fees while exploration already in decline

Updated on April 30, 2015 - Mineral exploration is in steep decline in Newfoundland and Labrador, and now everyone in the mining sector — from individual prospectors to producing companies — will have to pay new fees tied to their work..

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