Province let court case drop

Province let court case drop

Updated at 09:38 - The province won’t pursue legal action against a contractor that was “unjustly enriched”, the government says.

Glassy Beach could disappear

Glassy Beach could disappear

Updated at 05:02 - A determined former teacher is spearheading a campaign to save a popular Springdale visitor destination

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ATIPPA review hearings wrap up

Updated at 03:32 - All that’s left now is for the review committee to write a report and make recommendations to fix the province’s access to...

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Transparency challenged

Updated at 03:33 - Colour blindness is an interesting concept: everyone is exposed to the same wavelengths of light and, in most people, the cones in the back of each eye perceive a full range of those wavelengths, so that people “see” the same colours..

Is boyish charm enough? Probably not

Updated at 03:32 - Seamus O’Regan burst on to the Newfoundland and Labrador political scene with gusto in a carefully staged “well here I am at last”...

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Kicked in the face again

Updated at 03:32 - The government of Newfoundland and Labrador, with our tax dollars, funded the new expansion to the cancer clinic. A Quebec company...

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Flex your mussels

Updated at 03:33 - Alain Bosse has been cooking mussels for more than 30 years in his restaurants and wants to spread the love to home cooks who might be neophytes and to longtime fans who are seeking new ways to serve the tasty molluscs..

We’ve got the early blues

Updated at 03:32 - These blues are no reason to be sad. They are sweet and juicy and early, and give us every reason to celebrate the last few weeks...

Move over, Merlot

Updated at 03:32 - Fancy some Furmint? How about a nice glass of Grillo? If you’ve never heard of either, chances are you will. Wine lists are getting...

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Still space at Fortis Place

Updated at 08:27 - It’s still under construction, undergoing floor-by-floor “fit-ups,” but Fortis Place is nearly ready for tenants.

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Community Heroes: Rotarians help Shriners to help children

Updated on August 18, 2014 - The Lionpacers Group of the St. John’s Rotary Club recently presented a $1,000 cheque the Mazol Shriners. The funds will be used exclusively by the Shriners to help cover the costs of transportation to send children to either the Shriners Hospital in....

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