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RNC charge woman with weapons offence after takedown on Golf Avenue in St. John's
Conception Bay South senior faced long wait for travel insurance claim
Bikers pay tribute to deceased motorcyclist in St. John's
No new COVID-19 cases in Newfoundland and Labrador on Sunday
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Saturday sees no new COVID-19 cases in Newfoundland and Labrador
Botwood man wins appeal of sexual abuse convictions
Tara Bradbury The Telegram email@example.com @tara_bradbury A Botwood man convicted in 2017 of sexually abusing a child more than 40 years ago has won his appeal, with two of three appeal judges agreeing the jury did not have ...
WERAC conservation plan released after 25 years
David Maher The Telegram firstname.lastname@example.org @DavidMaherNL An environmental protection plan 25 years in the making has been released, with public commentary invited until June 22. The plan, released by the Wilderness and ...
Double bubbles can now expand in Newfoundland and Labrador
Peter Jackson Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Newfoundland and Labrador’s chief medical officer of health said Friday up to six more people are now allowed to join up with existing bubbles or double bubbles. The extra people do ...
Signal Hill, Cape Spear open; obey the directions, says Parks Canada
Barb Sweet The Telegram Friday morning the sun was bright, the day promising the warmest of the season so far, and foot and bike traffic on Signal Hill was picking up. The hill was quiet, with no traffic except authorized vehicles. But it ...
First Muskrat Falls payment of $200 million due in December
David Maher The Telegram email@example.com @DavidMaherNL A $200-million question remains unanswered for Newfoundland and Labrador as the first payment for the Muskrat Falls project is due on Dec. 1. Earlier this week, Nalcor ...
What went wrong? Questions arise over police handling of nine-year-old information in Nova Scotia mass shooter case
A Colchester County councillor says he has lost all faith in the RCMP brass following the latest revelation of a warning issued in 2011 about the gunman who recently went on a killing rampage in Nova Scotia that was never properly followed ...
Analysts says snap federal election unlikely as Liberals ride wave of popularity
As the federal government continues to engage in unprecedented levels of spending to deal with challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faced questions this week about whether or not Canadians should be able to pick ...
Newfoundland and Labrador's double bubbles can expand immediately
Newfoundland and Labrador's chief medical officer of health says up to six more people are allowed to join with existing double bubbles. The extra people do not need to be from the same household, but decisions cannot be changed once ...
Obey the directions when Signal Hill, Cape Spear open, says Parks Canada
Friday morning the sun was bright, the day promising 22 C temperatures and foot and bike traffic on Signal Hill was picking up. The hill was quiet with no vehicular traffic except for authorized vehicles. Parks Canada’s eastern ...
Probe into leaked video relating to fatal crash finds no criminal conduct
The Telegram An independent investigation into the leaking of a video provided to the RNC, in relation to a fatal motor vehicle collision, has concluded there was no criminal conduct. Mike King, director of the Serious Incident Response Team, ...