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St. John’s Farmers’ Market expands schedule to two days a week
New Regatta men's championship race trophy unveiled
Brian Jones: Cold War II is exactly what the world needs
Go Guide for Saturday, July 21-27: Community events in and around St. ...
Vehicles impounded under new Newfoundland and Labrador speed law
Building a new prison will not solve Newfoundland and Labrador's justice system ...
Disabled woman on Bell Island ferry slips, hits head
Man in court this morning after evening assault in St. John’s
Police investigating two armed robberies in St. John’s east end
St. John’s heat sees RNC respond to disturbances overnight
Young man arrested after vehicle vandalized on Frecker Drive
Assault with a weapon leads to man’s arrest in Mount Pearl
St. John’s traffic stop nets man who ignored vehicle regulations
Woman driving stolen vehicle arrested in St. John’s
St. John’s, N.L. — A 23-year-old woman was arrested Friday evening after the RNC stopped a vehicle that had been reported stolen in the area of Bonaventure Ave. The woman was arrested for theft of a motor vehicle and possession of ...
St. John’s woman pumped up and slimmed down for her first Tely 10
Before: at her heaviest three years ago, Kristina Squires tipped the scales at 266 pounds. Three years ago, Kristina Squires couldn’t walk to her car without gasping for breath. “I’d be drooling and everything!” ...
Facebook survey shows anglers don’t believe DFO salmon numbers, lifelong angler says
The majority of anglers who responded to a Facebook survey on Friday don’t believe salmon numbers are declining in rivers on the island part of the province as much as the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) science branch stated this ...
Philip Pynn facing more charges in New Brunswick
He was due to be released from prison in less than two weeks, but Philip Wayne Pynn — convicted in the 2011 shooting death of his friend — is facing more criminal charges. The 32-year-old from St. John’s has been charged with ...
Tely 10 gets a song
The Tely 10 has, for 91 years, inspired runners and those aspiring to run in the province to realize their goals. Outside the realm of athletics, it has served as the subject of paintings, and now, a song. It came to the attention of Bill Smith, a ...
Crossing the Tely 10 finish line in humidity
Saltwire Network meteorologist Cindy Day is forecasting high humidity and low wind for the Tely 10 on Sunday morning. Runners and walkers should prepare accordingly. Day predicts it will stay warm overnight on Saturday and be around 18 C when the ...
Protesters say energy poverty awaits many Newfoundlanders and Labradorians
Before the protest over power rate hikes ended outside the Public Utilities Board (PUB) offices in St. John’s on Friday, Keith Fillier encouraged people to write to their MHAs, and to the PUB, and suggested there will be another in-person ...
New Corner Brook bakery owner has had her hands in flour since she was a child
There’s a revival happening on Corner Brook’s West Street and Kayla Walsh is happy to be part of it as she gets set to open Sugar Street Bakery at number 86. With recent additions to the street like Bootleg Brew Co., The Galley and ...
Decision to close rivers to retention angling cause for concern for local retailers
Dominic Brennan can live with the reality that conservation must be a priority when it comes to protecting precious salmon stocks in the province. RELATED: 'Salmon numbers continue to drop in Newfoundland rivers' 'SPAWN and CORA ...
Corner Brook restaurant owner getting set to become a Canadian citizen
Nearly eight years ago Thy Nguyen left her home in Can Tho, Vietnam to move to Canada. RELATED: 'Vietnamese restaurant to move into Colemans building' She settled in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee ...