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Labrador woman filling in the gaps on Lydia Campbell’s family tree
Two Labrador women appointed to provincial advisory council
Pair arrested for robbery at business in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Fundraiser on Oct. 12 for Crann family in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Port aux Basques council argues for western region landfill
Newfoundland Writers’ Guild celebrates 50 years
Burin Peninsula moose hunting season in full swing
Teen arrested following Holyrood RCMP investigation into stolen vehicle
Burin Peninsula principal walks 50 kilometres to help end mental health stigma
Norwegian expedition vessel visits St. Anthony
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. Although she is not charting new waters like her 19th century namesake, there is still a spirit of exploration to the MS Fram. The Norwegian ship, which dropped anchor just outside St. Anthony Harbour Oct. 2, is not your ...
Music festival kicks off in Marystown
Rachel Cousins was among the performers highlighted during the Newfoundland Music Showcase ...
RCMP looking to ID women in investigation of theft from Carbonear Dominion
CARBONEAR, N.L. The Harbour Grace RCMP is asking for the public’s help in identifying two women who may have information about a theft from the Dominion grocery store in Carbonear. The incident occurred on June 1, 2018 at ...
Taking a risk off the shores of Cape Breton
GLACE BAY, N.S. — Jack Billard gazes off into the middle distance as he silently prods his memory for details of his closest brush with death. The 79-year-old retired fisherman, who spent more than six decades hauling lobsters, crabs, fish ...
Residential break and enters in Gander up to 19 since this summer
GANDER, N.L. – The RCMP in Gander have been investigating a rash of residential break-ins that began early this summer. According to a RCMP release issued Oct. 10, there have been 19 in all, the most recent occurring over the Thanksgiving ...
Marystown mother Aaliyah Ryan encouraging others to open up about mental health
Aaliyah Ryan doesn’t see negative events of her past as a roadblock, rather a stepping stone that’s led to today. ...
Trial of Salmon Cove man accused of aggravated assault against RCMP officer set to begin
HARBOUR GRACE, N.L. – A Salmon Cove man will go on trial for several criminal charges in Harbour Grace Provincial Court on Oct. 11. Harry Rose, 53, has been charged with assaulting a peace officer, unlawfully committing aggravated assault ...
2 men injured in single vehicle collision near Burgeo
BURGEO, N.L. – Two men were hospitalized after a single vehicle collision near Top Pond Brook around 12:30 a.m. on Oct. 9. Burgeo RCMP responded to the scene. A 28-year old man from Pasadena and a 30-year-old man from Burgeo were injured ...
St. Lunaire-Griquet man sentenced to four months house arrest for sex assault
A 50-year-old St. Lunaire-Griquet man has been sentenced to four months house arrest for sexual assault. Brad Burden, who was found guilty at trial, appeared in provincial court at St. Anthony Oct. 2 for a sentencing hearing. Crown Prosecutor ...
Scotiabank closure in Ramea will mean a day’s travel for in-person services
When Scotiabank closes its Ramea branch, residents and businesses will need to hop a ferry to Burgeo for any service that can’t be performed online. Krista Stewart, Scotiabank’s manager of Canadian banking communications, told The Gulf ...