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Man pulled over in St. John’s charged with drunk driving
Three men in St. John’s court Saturday morning on unrelated incidents
Owner escapes unharmed from fire that destroys house in Port au Port East
Corner Brook native Brad Gallant leads charge to remove offensive Indigenous imagery from Mississauga facilities
Qalipu, federal government met in Corner Brook this week to start talks regarding denied membership applicants
Steele-Young trial to continue in new year
Small Trudeau protest outside Corner Brook's city hall on Saturday
Around 10 people showed up outside Corner Brook’s city hall Saturday to support a midday protest against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s governance. Organizer Joe Park said he and others who came out to join the rally are concerned ...
Marystown firefighters respond to fire at Kiewit facility
Members of the Marystown Volunteer Fire Department responded to a report of a fire at the Kiewit Offshore Cow Head facility in Spanish Room ...
Four-vehicle crash in St. John's sends one to hospital Saturday night
A four-vehicle crash at a notorious St. John’s intersection has sent one person to hospital Saturday night. The collision occurred at the intersection of Allandale Road and the Prince Philip Parkway just after 7 p.m. and left four vehicles ...
Smoke forces brief evacuation of Mount Pearl apartment building Saturday night
An incident at an apartment building in Mount Pearl Saturday night forced the evacuation, albeit reluctantly, of the complex. Residents had called 911 to report smoke in the building but an official on scene told the Telegram that residents never ...
More than 40 mummers run around Quidi Vidi Lake on Saturday
Hark, what’s the noise out by the…lake? More than 40 people dressed as mummers – wearing pillow cases over their heads and bras over their shirts – ran along the slushy, snow-covered trail around Quidi Vidi Lake on ...
Concerns raised over Mundy Pond swan waddling on ice
The Telegram received concerned reports about a female swan waddling on icy Mundy Pond Saturday morning. One reader emailed a video of the swan, and said she was concerned the swan was still at the pond because it’s nearly entirely frozen ...
Man in St. John's court facing charges including forcible confinement, vehicle theft
St. John’s, N.L. — Reports of an intoxicated man shortly before 11 p.m. Friday resulted in his arrest in connection with a more serious series of incidents that occurred earlier including forcible confinement and vehicle theft. When ...
Human gene editing not on Newfoundland and Labrador's near horizon
Scientists around the world are alarmed after a Chinese scientist announced last month he’d created the world’s first gene-edited babies. He Jiankui’s claims have shocked scientists in this province, too – and it’s ...
Newcomers to Newfoundland enjoy special Christmas dinner
As much as the snow and cold weather was new to many of the about 150 newcomers to Canada who took in the Association for New Canadians Christmas dinner in St. John’s Thursday, so is the idea and Canadian traditions of Christmas. The ...
Woman charged with drug-impaired driving after Mount Pearl accident
Mount Pearl, N.L. — The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary responded to a call of a single vehicle collision in Mount Pearl around 8:30 a.m. Friday in which a car had been driven off the road into a snowbank. After investigation a ...