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  • Stats show class cap working

    School enrolment numbers suggest the provincial government's plan to cap class sizes has been mostly successful. Grade 1 to 5 class sizes are ...

  • Growing concerns

    The City of St. John's has refused a request to remove a highly poisonous plant from a secluded area, which residents say is popular with ...

  • Risky business

    Most all-terrain vehicle (ATV) users are getting the message about safety, but a minority are still engaging in risky riding, according to ...

  • Cash for contacts

    Two young women from this province are heading to Malaysia and China on a trade and development mission this summer - if they can find the money. ...

  • Another boost for ferry services

    Federal Transportation Minister Rob Merrifield announced millions for Marine Atlantic Monday, bringing the federal government's commitment to ...

  • Fewer students on the books

    As school enrolment continues to decline in Newfoundland and Labrador, a group seeking to evaluate teacher allocation says it's having difficulty ...

  • A salute to their courage

    Aside from Canada Day, July 1 has another meaning for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians. Thursday marked the 94th anniversary of the grisly First ...

  • Power failure at Hibernia

    The Hibernia oil platform's power failed Wednesday at around 1:40 a.m. as routine maintenance was being performed on one of the main power ...

  • 'Yeah, I'm bitter'

    New safety regulations and the public tendering process are creating a rough ride for school bus companies, operators say. "A public tender ...

  • 'I must have done something to deserve this'

    The stories hit you in the pit of the stomach. An ill elderly woman who trusted a relative to make her purchases recovers to find that her ...