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Notorious section of T.C.H. near Butter Pot Park sees fifteenth motor-vehicle incident in just two weeks
There were no injuries but a transport truck had to be towed from heavy snow Friday night after it went off the Trans-Canada Highway near Butter Pot Park. The truck was travelling through a notorious section of highway between the park and the ...
Note To Readers: Telegram print edition delayed today
Due to delays throughout The Telegram distribution network, delivery of The Telegram print edition may be delayed in areas throughout St. John’s and surrounding area. Full digital access is available on ...
Firefighters battle serious house fire in downtown St. John's Friday morning
Firefighters were called to a serious structure fire in St. John’s at about 4:30 Friday morning. Platoon chief Roger Hounsell said when the St. John’s Regional Fire Department arrived on scene, personnel found heavy smoke coming from ...
Newfoundlanders' response to blizzard inspires Toronto company to make big food bank donation
Inspired by the way people in St. John's and neighbouring communities picked themselves up and helped each other following last month's massive blizzard, a Toronto company decided to pitch in and lend support with a big monetary food bank ...
The late NL archivist Larry Dohey to be honoured with heritage award
The TelegramThe Newfoundland and Labrador Historical Society Heritage Award for 2020 will be awarded posthumously to the late Larry Dohey, it was announced Thursday.Dohey, a well-known archivist and researcher, and director of programming and public ...
Newfoundland and Labrador consumer advocate calls for all-party committee on electricity rates
David MaherThe TelegramConsumer Advocate Dennis Browne is calling on the government to establish an all-party committee to examine how electricity rates are set in Newfoundland and Labrador. Browne says it’s time for politicians to work together to ...
Toronto man faces charges of sexual assault against Badger child in the 1990s
Anthony Hageman, who is currently living in Toronto, is charged with four counts of sexual-related offences alleged to have occurred against a child in Badger in the 1990s, the RCMP in Grand Falls-Windsor announced Thursday, Hageman, also known as ...
Auditor General highlights concerns within Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation
A report release today by the province’s auditor general found that Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation did not manage the procurement and sale of specialty wines in an effective manner and in compliance with legislation. The report ...
Child sex offender loses appeal
The TelegramThe Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal has denied the appeal of a convicted child sex offender, saying his trial judge made no mistake in interpreting the child’s testimony.Bradley Joseph Sullivan had asked the court to quash his ...
St. John’s mayor says January blizzard ‘most expensive storm' city's had
Cleanup of the Jan. 17 blizzard came with a massive financial cost to the city. St. John’s budgets about $17.5 million annually for snowclearing, expecting an average of 350 centimetres of snow for the entire fiscal year from January to ...