Updated on December 27, 2014 - It’s been a tough year for Paul Byrne and his family, but their arrival home to Newfoundland is giving them new hope.
Updated at 13:46 - Three Newfoundlanders have been named as members of the Order of Canada..
Updated on December 27, 2014 - One thing you can say about John Crosbie — even if he did play a role in the breakup of Fishery Products International, and even if he is a fierce defender of political patronage — is that he fought for this province at the federal cabinet table..
19:56 - SAANICH, - A dog has mauled a 16-day-old baby girl in the southern Vancouver Island community of Saanich, B.C..
Updated on December 27, 2014 - Josh Morrissey chooses his words carefully, preferring the politically correct, stock answer. It’s out of his hands... There’s nothing he can do about it... etc. etc.But really, what else would you expect him to say, that he doesn’t want to be back in....
Updated on December 27, 2014 - The year 2014 has been a remarkable one for the local restaurant industry..Photo
Updated on December 26, 2014 - Sony’s online PlayStation store and Microsoft’s Xbox site suffered disruptions to users on Christmas Day in the latest possible cyber-attacks on the companies..
Updated on December 24, 2014 - The seal hunt controversy crossed over from a natural resource topic to an arts-related story on more than one occasion over the past year, making The Telegram’s list of top arts stories for 2014 in some form five times..Photo
Updated at 20:02 - The Eating Disorder Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador recently received a $3,000 donation from Valero (Ultramar).Here Valero representative Keith Lee (right) presents the donation cheque to foundation executive director Paul Thomey. The Eating....
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