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Carbonear hospital evening clinic remains necessary as Eastern Health tackles physician recruitment
The evening clinic at Carbonear General Hospital handled 7,098 appointments while operating for little over nine months in 2018 — the clinic started in late March. Eastern Health’s evening clinic at Carbonear General Hospital ...
Trudeau sidesteps Muskrat Falls concerns
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had nothing specific to say Friday about Muskrat Falls, rate mitigation or the ongoing Atlantic Accord negotiations at a news conference in St. John’s. “We will continue to work with the Government of ...
Making the best of winter with outdoor skating rink in Robinsons
Kerri Dolomount loves having an ice rink right in her hometown where she can bring her kids to have a skate. The teacher and mother of three takes the children to the community skating rink in Robinsons whenever the weather co-operates. Having ...
Corner Brook Winter Carnival song brings back memories for man who helped tweak the original version
It may have faded off into his distant memory, but Wayne Rogers still remembers well Dr. Noel Murphy’s passion for “The Carnival Song.” Murphy was Corner Brook’s mayor back in the late 1970s when he told Rogers, who was ...
Bay of Islands MHA Eddie Joyce has a special place in his heart for Ugandan orphans he is helping to educate
Eddie Joyce is a colourful political character who is hardly ever reluctant to publicly express what’s on his mind. Eddie Joyce of Corner Brook and his newest best friend, four-year-old Jeremiah, who instantly became attached to the ...
Eastern Health expects new recruits will benefit internal medicine at Carbonear hospital
Eastern Health has help on the way for Carbonear General Hospital as it manages a gap in the availability of internal medicine physicians on weekends. In an emailed statement to The Compass, the regional health authority confirmed it has not had ...
Bay Roberts RCMP investigating overnight home invasion
Bay Roberts RCMP is investigating an overnight home invasion in the Conception Bay North community. According to a news release, the incident was reported in the early hours of Friday, Feb. 22. Police said unlawful entry was gained while the ...
Bishop's Falls mayor and MHA hope to see repairs to popular and historic bridge
As its condition continues to worsen, Mayor Bryan King would like to see some needed repairs to the trestle bridge in Bishop’s Falls. “The condition of the trestle is deteriorating quite badly. There’s a number of holes and broken ...
Beaver Brook in good standing with the province, still no confirmation of a restart
There’s still no indication on whether or not the Beaver Brook Antimony Mine, near Glenwood, will reopen, but work is taking place should that indeed happen. Speculation about a possible restart had been growing since the company posted an ...
Central harvesters dig in on state of groundfish
Given the plentiful signs and successful catch rates, Herring Neck harvester Eldred Woodford says the reduction in last year’s cod quota was unnecessary. “The fish was never so thick around here, not in my 40 years. I don’t say ...