Stage set for Coastal Gold takeover

Stage set for Coastal Gold takeover

Updated at 15:15 - A proposed takeover of junior miner Coastal Gold is poised to breathe new life into work towards a restart of the Hope Brook gold mine, after a drop in prices and sudden pull-back in the market put the breaks on the idea in early 2014.

ATIPP review delivered to government

Updated at 16:23 - The access to information review committee has completed its work and submitted a report to government with 90 recommendations to improve the province’s access to...

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Bye, bye Henry Goodrich

Updated at 11:34 - Oil companies active offshore Newfoundland and Labrador are bidding farewell to the drill rig Henry Goodrich..

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Robber gets 3 1/2 years in jail

Updated at 10:58 - A 28-year-old St. John’s man who held up a gas station last year has been given a 3 1/2-year jail term.

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Arbitrary milestones

Updated at 10:22 - Birthdays are milestones, especially when you’re young and every one seems to spell something new. Every new year is a new door opened, a new threshold crossed on the way to independence and individuality..

Forecasting the budget

Updated at 03:34 - Predictions are dangerous things — budget predictions even more so. But here are a few.

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Cheers & Jeers

Updated at 03:34 - Cheers: to moving at the speed of government. There was a minor news event last week, with the province was enacting legislation...

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Putting the pedal to the medals

Updated at 03:32 - Prince George, B.C. — At the end of the 2015 Canada Winter Games, Team Newfoundland and Labrador was tied for ninth place with Nova Scotia in the medal standings, with four over two weeks of competition..

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Hellebuyck a confidence-builder

Updated at 03:02 - Connor Hellebuyck still has ways to go before he contends for full-time National Hockey League employment, let alone being...

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20 Questions for Chris Evans

Updated at 03:32 - Chris Evans first gave a haircut in his parents’ backyard at the age of 15. His punk and skater friends wanted mohawks and bad clipper cuts, so that’s what he gave them..

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Big claim, small reward

Updated at 03:32 - I saw an ad recently on the evening news that really grabbed my attention. It was professionally produced with some cool animation,...

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N.L. manufacturers jumping hurdles: businessman

Updated on February 27, 2015 - Over the next three weeks, Berg Water will arrive at trade shows in Toronto, London and Shanghai. President Tony Kenny will offer a taste to potential customers, telling them what can be offered from his operation in Newfoundland and Labrador..

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Kraken released on TSX Venture Exchange

Updated on February 27, 2015 - St. John’s — Kraken Sonar Inc. of Conception Bay South (TSXVENTURE: PNG) started trading today on the TSX Venture Exchange, the...

Shrimp fisherman given hefty fine

Updated on February 26, 2015 - Rodney Baggs of Twillingate was fined $4,000 for failing to fully complete a fishing log on a daily basis during last year’s shrimp...

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Two guys, two musical styles, one tour

Updated on March 01, 2015 - By the time a song makes it to a CD, it has had quite a life, full of rewrites and rearranges, mixing and remixing. It may look nothing like it did when it was first conceived, something that often happens in a bare bones kind of way, solo with a....

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The art of generosity

Updated on February 27, 2015 - Edwin Procunier’s passion for the arts might be considered a work of art in itself.

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Cancer Society introduces fund-raising dream team

Updated on February 26, 2015 - Al Pelley of the Canadian Cancer Society of Newfoundland and Labrador announces the members of 2015 Relay for Life Team. The members are Jason Sharpe, of Steers Insurance, Jim Organ, executive director of the Heavy Civil Association of Newfoundland....

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