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Labrador man gets four years for sexual assault
A 29-year-old Labrador man was sentenced to four years in jail after attacking and sexually assaulting his girlfriend’s sister. The sentence was handed down by Justice Frances Knickle in Happy Valley-Goose Bay Supreme court on Aug. ...
Catalina man sentenced in assault case, attempted murder charges dropped
Tyler Hicks of Catalina was initially charged with attempted murder following an incident in Bonavista last year, but those charges were dropped, and this week he was sentenced on four remaining charges, including assault with a weapon. Police ...
Stolen purse turns up after nearly 40 years hiding in Halifax
Now, where’d my purse go? That was a question Liz Campbell got an answer to nearly four decades after her purse was stolen. The answer? Tucked away in the ceiling tiles in the women’s washroom. On Dec. 1, 1980, Campbell went to ...
Great white sharks no strangers to Cape Breton
For the past few weeks, four great white sharks tagged and tracked by Ocearch have been hanging around the southern tip of Nova Scotia, with another especially close to Cape Breton. As recently as Aug. 11, a great white named Brunswick has been ...
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna gives taste of coming election campaign to P.E.I. Liberal audience
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna gave supporters in P.E.I. a taste of some key themes from the coming federal Liberal election campaign Wednesday, drawing a contrast with the Conservatives on climate change and attacking Ontario Premier Doug ...
Men who saved Summerside driver from sinking car say they're just happy to have helped
When his heart finally stopped pounding and the adrenaline coursing through his body tapered off – it dawned on him how easily it could have all gone wrong. Brian Levesque was sitting alone in his car, dripping wet and exhausted. He knew he ...
Passenger faces multiple charges after flight diverted to Happy Valley-Goose Bay
A passenger on an American Airlines flight is in custody in Happy Valley-Goose Bay following an alleged incident on a flight. Edward John A. Myhill of London, England, is scheduled to appear in Provincial Court in Happy Valley-Goose Bay today, ...
Nunatsiavut Government says '...time bomb is ticking'
Despite assurances of a local MHA, the Nunatsiavut Government is criticizing the provincial government for not taking more mitigation measures, to deal with issues surrounding the Muskrat Falls reservoir. Lake Melville MHA Perry Trimper believes ...
Icebergs ‘on par’ this season in NL
While it wasn’t the highest number ever recorded, there are enough icebergs off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador in 2019 to make visitors, and tourism operators alike, happy. Derm Hickey, owner of Bonavista Puffin and Whale Tours in ...
Canadian military bans face tattoos
The Canadian Armed Forces has inked a new policy on tattoos. The new directive, released Tuesday, prohibits any tattoos on the face or the scalp and restricts them from displaying any connection with criminal activity, nudity, or promoting or ...