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Paradise native has found her voice
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Dumping snow in St. John’s harbour violates federal law, but ...
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‘Master keys’ possible link to St. John's region backhoe break-ins
Const. Joe Smyth exaggerated facts, Crown prosecutor says
Smyth’s mental state may have led to error on duty, psychologist says
RNC Const. Joe Smyth says he wasn’t out to get motorcyclist
Hello Fresh, Chefs Plate meal kits recalled
Torbay man’s complaint about road upheld
Video wins the day in Paradise
PHOTO: Snow clearing in Corner Brook stays within federal environmental regulations
While the City of St. John’s says it can’t afford to not break federal environmental laws forbidding the dumping of snow removed from street-clearing operations into its harbour, the City of Corner Brook says it does not deposit snow ...
Facebook post by Stephenville man on eyelashes in takeout bag gets lots of attention
After posting on Facebook about an incident in which he found fake eyelashes in a meal from Mary Brown’s in Stephenville on Friday, Ben Dunphy says he’s now satisfied with apologies made. He said in the post, that evening he went to ...
Victim describes bloody assault
As Philip Butler's trial for an alleged home invasion got underway Wednesday, his lawyer implied that Butler's brother - whom Butler is accused of murdering a month later - had been involved as well. The alleged incident happened in April ...
Second alleged heavy equipment bank robber released from jail
The second of two men charged with breaking into a bank with the use of heavy equipment has been released from custody on bail. Cory Quilty, 41, was freed after a bail hearing Wednesday morning and will make his next court appearance Feb. 28, the ...
Mike Ince says The Gathering Place is the reason he pulls himself out of bed in the morning
Looking into Mike Ince’s eyes while he tells you about his life, you have no trouble seeing into his struggle. The tough childhood, living on the cold streets of Toronto, incarceration, and addictions to drugs and alcohol. The deaths of ...
Industry ponders rate mitigation options
Major industry players are showing their nerves as the question of rate mitigation continues at the Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities (PUB). A letter was delivered to the PUB on Jan. 18 outlining the concerns of Corner Brook Pulp and ...
Sentencing for pot trafficking postponed
A man convicted of a marijuana trafficking charge last March will wait some more to learn his sentence, as the court adjusts to changes brought on by the legalization of the drug. Stephen Parsley was due to be sentenced in provincial court in St. ...
Newfoundland man convicted of 1994 murder in B.C. granted bail
Newfoundlander Wade Skiffington was granted bail Wednesday in Vancouver, B.C., in the 1994 murder of his common-law wife, Wanda Martin, but her parents say it doesn’t mean anything for what they believe is his guilt. “We are obviously ...
UPDATED: Supreme Court dismisses FFAW-Unifor appeal of FISH-NL union status
The province’s Supreme Court has dismissed the Fish, Food and Allied Workers-Unifor (FFAW-Unifor) appeal of the Federation of Independent Sea Harvesters of Newfoundland and Labrador’s (FISH-NL) status as a properly constituted ...
RCMP, RNC issue warnings about counterfeit $100 bill
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary and Whitbourne RCMP both issued warnings Wednesday about counterfeit $100 bills. The RNC’s economic crime unit issued a public advisory regarding counterfeit Canadian and United States of America $100 ...