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St. Anthony byelection to be held on Oct 24
St. Anthony residents get to cast ballots twice this month. Three days after the federal election on Oct. 21, they will have to choose a new member of council from five contenders. Voting day for the municipal by-election is Oct. 24. To get ...
Contract awarded to install cell towers in Raleigh and St. Lunaire-Griquet
RALEIGH/ST. LUNAIRE-GRIQUET, N.L. — St. Anthony Basin Resources Inc (SABRI) is hopeful a project to expand cellular service across the tip of the Northern Peninsula will be complete by the end of the year. On Oct. 8, the organization, who is ...
New location for Grand Bay post office receiving mostly positive reviews
JOAN CHAISSON SPECIAL TO THE GULF NEWS GRAND BAY WEST, N.L. — The Grand Bay East post office is forwarding its mail to a new address. For at least 50 years, the Grand Bay East post office has operated in the community, including 30 ...
Flag Person injured by irate driver, charges laid: RCMP
A driver in Carbonear has been charged after allegedly intentionally hitting a flag person in a construction zone. Harbour Grace RCMP said officers and an ambulance responded to the incident about 10:20 a.m. Tuesday. The report was that there had ...
Port aux Basques welcomes Ontario fundraisers with screeching-in ceremony
JOAN CHAISSON SPECIAL TO THE GULF NEWS When Walter Reich and his team arrived in Port aux Basques Sept. 24, he was greeted in true Newfoundland style: A breakfast feast and a screening-in ceremony. Reich is travelling across Canada to ...
Former Port Aux Basques resident says expanded highway, island removal could boost economy
Recently the federal and provincial government asked for suggestions to improve the economy and Rod Keeping has a couple. Keeping, who now lives in the St. John’s area but is originally from Port Aux Basques, had two ideas: Removing ...
RCMP investigating string of Gander commercial break-ins
Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers are investigating a series of commercial break and enters that occurred in Gander recently. The first three occurred sometime overnight between Oct. 10 and 11 at Peyton's Flowers, Breath Well Respiratory ...
Heatherton man facing impaired driving, firearm- and cannabis-related charges
A 58-year-old man from Heatherton on the province's west coast is facing a number of charges following a traffic safety stop by Bay St. George RCMP last Friday night. After officers stopped the vehicle with a burnt-out headlight, they ...
Atlantic Canada universities see hike in international students
Enrolment at universities in Atlantic Canada is up, largely due to an increase in international students, says a recent report. Full-time visa student enrolment increased by 20 per cent, bringing the total to 19,037 students, as Atlantic ...
Complaint letter prompts debate on inclusive education in Newfoundland and Labrador
Reaction to a Telegram story about inclusive education sparked a social media debate over the weekend. The story revealed a parent’s complaint to the provincial government, as she insisted that elementary school children are too ...