NAPE president ponders St. John's Board of Trade boycott
Karl Wells: ‘Healthy meals for busy families on the run’
C.B.S. tattoo artist Ken Power has no apologies for being an online ...
Russell Wangersky: Power struggle
Newfoundlander’s Dragon’s Den appearance delayed one week due to scheduling error
St. John's ECHL bid strikes partnership with Toronto Maple Leafs: sources
Pam Frampton: Muskrat Falls — the great divide
Newfoundland-born man’s 25-year search for birth mother ends at her funeral
'Democracy Cookbook' — The Excerpts
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RNC nab two drivers owing more than $16,000 each in fines
RCMP issues warning snowmobilers to exercise caution travelling on St. Anthony Harbour
E. C. Boone Ltd. donating billboard space for RNC messages, initiatives, alerts
Women’s March Canada plans Saturday event in St. John’s, North West River
Car chase leads to arrest in Goulds
Anne Norris cries as judge reads murder charge to potential jurors
‘We both just knew we had to do something,’ woman says after Pouch Cove dog rescue
St. John's, N.L. — A leisurely ride on their ATV in Pouch Cove on a sunny Saturday afternoon turned into a dramatic animal rescue for Melissa French and her fiancé, Shane Richards. “Looking back on it now, it’s hard to ...
Nunatsiavut government alleges historic caribou agreement betrayed
Nunatsiavut Government President Johannes Lampe says recent actions by the Innu Nation could spell the end for the George River Caribou Herd unless the provincial government steps in. “This past October, leaders of the Ungava Peninsula ...
‘Oui, merci’: Service NL website adds more French content
The provincial government has expanded content on the Service NL website for residents of Newfoundland and Labrador for whom French is their first language. The forms required to apply for driver’s abstracts, marriage certificates and death ...
RCMP officer injured in altercation with man near Deer Lake
DEER LAKE A member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s Traffic Services West was injured during an altercation with man following a traffic stop on Friday. The officer stopped a vehicle for speeding at approximately 3:30 p.m. in the ...
Disruptive New York passenger released after time served
GANDER, NL – After 10 days in lockup and a brief appearance in Gander provincial court Monday morning, Leki Loshi is a free man. The 24-year-old Bronx, New York man pleaded guilty to becoming unruly on a Swiss air flight, causing ...
Developing Anne Norris admits to beating Marcel Reardon to death with hammer
Anne Norris has admitted to causing Marcel Reardon's death by hitting him repeatedly in the head with a hammer. She admits to then placing his body under an outdoor stairwell at Harbour View Apartments on Brazil Street in St. ...
‘Smoke is smoke’, NL tobacco group reminds as marijuana legalization nears
The legalization of marijuana in Canada later this year will be another avenue for exposure to secondhand smoke, the Newfoundland and Labrador Alliance for the Control of Tobacco (ACT) is cautioning. During National Non-Smoking Week 2018, Jan. ...
That Dam Project: ‘A day of reckoning to come’
When The Telegram contacted some recognizable voices in the Muskrat Falls debates to talk about the political state of affairs in Newfoundland and Labrador, there was little in the way of partisan shots. Instead, a universal call came for a new ...
Justin Wrathall back in court in March to face robbery charges
Justin Ralph Wrathall, a Stephenville man charged in connection with an armed robbery on Jan. 3, 2017, has once again been released from custody. The armed robbery took place at the Ultramar Gas Bar on Main Street in Stephenville and during the ...
N.L. lawyer files class-action lawsuit against controversial obituary website
A lawyer in St. John’s is launching a class-action suit against a website that collects obituaries and reposts them. If successful, about a million Canadians could be a part of the class-action. The statement of claim, which has not been ...