Go Guide — What's happening in the St. John's area
Rural, urban mail carriers rally for pay equity outside Supreme Court in ...
Go Guide for March 24
Andrea Stack: A month of momentum — let's keep it rolling
'Almost Baymous' sells out three-day run
Caribous defeat Flyers, to play for Herder Memorial Trophy
Police investigating Friday shed fire in St. John's
Victoria band Driftwood Cross captures feeling of Newfoundlanders leaving home with new ...
Drunk drivers, infractions, vehicle seizures keep police busy
Premier, minister announce plans for forestry, mining, and community sectors
Tensions high at meeting with salmon fishermen in Grand Falls-Windsor
Seeking a viable fishery in Twillingate
MUN's Dr. Doug House recognized by Public Policy Forum
Town of Springdale apologizes for road conditions
Bail hearing for man charged with threat against Clarenville school rescheduled for March 29
Peru takes ex-president's passport amid corruption probe
LIMA, Peru — A Peruvian judge on Saturday barred recently resigned President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski from leaving the South American nation for 18 months while he's investigated for money laundering. The ruling came a day after congress accepted ...
New Brunswick man reaches halfway point of 3,000-kilometre dog sled trek
A musher and his 12 Alaskan huskies have reached the halfway point of their 3,000-kilometre dog sled trek from Manitoba to his home province of New Brunswick. Justin Allen left Churchill, Man., on January 22 and ...
Liberals establish road map for talks to legislate a right to housing
OTTAWA — The federal government is offering the first initial hints of how it plans to go about creating a new right to housing, raising more questions about just how far the Trudeau Liberals plan to go with the idea. The ...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to exonerate Tsilhqot'in warriors hanged in 1860s
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to formally exonerate six First Nations war chiefs more than 150 years after they were hanged by British Columbia's colonial government following a deadly confrontation with a crew of white road ...
Funeral service set today for slain Ajax, Ont., woman and her two children
TORONTO — A funeral service is underway in Toronto for a mother and her two children killed east of the city earlier this month. Krassimira Pejcinovski and her 15-year-old son Roy Pejcinovski were found dead in their home in Ajax, Ont., on ...
Indian court jails powerful politician for embezzling funds
PATNA, India — A powerful Indian politician was sentenced Saturday to 14 years in prison for embezzling 37 million rupees ($570,000) from a state government's treasury while he was the state's top elected official. Lalu Prasad Yadav was convicted of ...
Thousands expected to leave second pocket in Syria's Ghouta
BEIRUT — Some 7,000 members of a rebel group and their relatives were preparing to leave eastern Ghouta to opposition-held areas north of the country Saturday as part of an agreement to evacuate the second of three pockets held by opposition fighters ...
UK watchdog assessing evidence from Cambridge Analytica raid
LONDON — Britain's information regulator says it is assessing evidence gathered from a raid on the office of data firm Cambridge Analytica, carried out as part of an investigation into alleged misuse of personal information by political campaigns and ...
Egypt Interior Ministry says explosion in Alexandria kills 1
CAIRO — A bomb placed under a nearby car exploded Saturday in the coastal city of Alexandria as the city security chief's convoy passed by, killing at least one policeman and wounding four others, the Interior Ministry said. Local media reports said ...
Stocks tumble on trade fears; S&P has worst week in 2 years
NEW YORK — Stocks around the world plunged Friday as investors feared that a trade conflict between the U.S. and China, the biggest economies in the world, would escalate. A second day of big losses pushed U.S. stocks to their worst week in two ...