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Man sent to hospital after being struck by pickup in Paradise Wednesday morning
One man was taken to hospital after he was struck by a pickup in Paradise Wednesday morning. The incident happened in the parking lot of a commercial business on Bremigens Boulevard in Paradise just after 9 a.m. The man was treated on scene for ...
Cape St. George wants residents to give up their garbage boxes and use community ones instead
While a lot of municipalities are moving away from residential use of garbage boxes, Cape St. George is doing the opposite and putting in community garbage boxes. “It’s a novel approach,” said Peter Fenwick, mayor of the small ...
Man charged with arson following fires in Fortune, Newfoundland
Terrence Connors has been charged with two counts of arson in connection with a pair of fires in Fortune on Sunday, Feb. 28. The 37-year-old, who appeared before a judge by teleconference on Monday, is also facing a break and enter charge and ...
Health-care worker in St. Anthony tests positive for COVID-19
Contacts of a health-care worker at the Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital in St. Anthony who tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday have all been identified and are quarantining. The Labrador-Grenfell Health Authority issued a press release on ...
Officials monitoring alleged illegal caribou hunt in Labrador
Late last week reports began circulating on social media alleging a group of hunters from Quebec had travelled to southern Labrador to hunt caribou, believed to be the threatened Joir River herd, a small group of the Mealy Mountain herd that is the ...
Goulds family grateful to community, first responders after barn fire devastation
The outpouring of support for Woodland Farm in Goulds on the night of a devastating Feb. 22 barn fire and since then has helped a tough situation. Michelle Dinn said Monday she wanted to extend a thank you to everyone who helped on behalf of her ...
Portugal Cove-St. Philip's man acquitted of animal cruelty charges in St. John's court
A Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s man charged with animal cruelty offences against four beagles was acquitted Monday, with the judge determining he hadn’t wilfully caused them harm. Robert Picco, 49, was found not guilty of eight charges of ...
MUN student who attempted murder on Signal Hill in St. John's appears in court on sexual assault charge
A man sentenced last December for attempting to murder his friend on Signal Hill was back before the court Monday on charges that include sexual assault. The man, whose name is protected by a publication ban in relation to the attempted murder ...
St. John's and Avalon Peninsula child-care services can operate at half capacity
The province’s Department of Education said Monday that effective immediately — in consultation with the chief medical officer of health — regulated child-care services on the Avalon Peninsula are permitted to operate at up to 50 ...
Fortune man caused power outage, endangered lives by ripping wires from substation, Supreme court hears
Brandon Boland’s testimony was imaginative, fanciful and creative, a Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court judge said last week — what it wasn’t, however, was convincing. “I do not believe Mr. Boland,” Justice ...