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Corner Brook Royals blanked by Port aux Basques Mariners, rebound to ...
Operation: Rudolph targets impaired, distracted and dangerous driving
Crown, defence differ on sentencing for man involved in St. John's armed standoff
Appeal of complaints against judge denied
Witnesses describe seeing crash victim thrown into the air
C.B.S. residents, businesses hope new RNC detachment will help reduce crime in the town
Human rights advocates recognized
Founding meeting Tuesday to establish group aimed at addressing various issues within Gros Morne National Park
K-9 unit catches suspected impaired driver who fled car in Mount Pearl
A suspected impaired driver was caught in metro by the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary's K-9 unit after abandoning his car Saturday night, police said in the overnight report early Sunday morning. The incident happened between 9-9:30 p.m. ...
Families in St. John's and area host international students
When you are nearly 7,000 kilometres from home, it can be difficult to travel home for the holiday season. People long to see their family and friends and enjoy all the festivities that go along with those gatherings. And for some — like ...
Telegram photographer gets international award
Telegram photographer Keith Gosse has been awarded second place in the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Media Awards news photography category. His winning entry, “Orphanage Fire,” shows two St. John’s Regional ...
Candlelighters Association of Newfoundland and Labrador continues to support families requiring help at Christmas
Many hardships abound for people of Newfoundland and Labrador during the holiday season. Those include families of sick children who will spend their holidays dealing with the trials and tribulations of cancer. The Candlelighters Association of ...
Lawyers ask about Muskrat Falls oversight, responsibility
The public hearings for the first phase of the Muskrat Falls Inquiry will continue on Monday with testimony from former Nalcor Energy president and CEO Ed Martin. Former premier Kathy Dunderdale will testify the following week, as the last witness ...
Neville acquittal stirs emotions on both sides
Steven Neville blew out the long breath he had been holding as he sat, for the first time since his trial began three months ago, in the prisoner's dock and not in the seat next to his lawyers and heard himself declared not guilty. He broke ...
New liqour store opens in Murphy Square Dominion location
The Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation has closed its location in the Corner Brook Plaza and opened a new satellite Murphy Square location in Dominion. The liquor store takes up a space that was formerly used as a floral department. ...
Former Corner Brook RNC officer says presumptive coverage for PTSD is a step in the right direction
Dean Peckford was lucky his doctor made notes each time he went to her after something happened at work. RELATED: 'Workplaces need to do more: RNC officer' So, when the now retired Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer was ...
Steady Brook resident wins Tommy Sexton award
Robyn Huxter of Steady Brook has been named this year’s winner of the Tommy Sexton Triple Threat Award, presented to a fourth–year theatre student at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University in memory of one of the founding members of the ...
Lenny Tiller wins leadership award
Lenny Tiller shared a laugh with his presenter of the Stephanie Cormier Chaisson Memorial Leadership Award, Brenda Dennis of the Bay St. George Status of Women Council following a big hug during a National Day of Remembrance and Action on ...