Labrador West Pioneers: Tom Turnbull
Run for the hills coming up in Labrador West
Fire does substantial damage to home in Labrador City
Internet meltdown in Labrador West
Preliminary inquiry set to take place in Wabush in November in relation to ...
Annual garden harvest is upon us in Labrador West
Public Wi-Fi project launched in Labrador City
New ferries for Labrador
Gary Shaw: Preparing for the fall hunt
St. John's man, teens charged after alleged crime spree concludes with crash on Veterans Memorial Highway
Fog horn, lightkeepers still relevant in St. Anthony
Plaque in Blanc Sablon to commemorate missing kayaker
Twillingate RCMP bust driver going almost 70 km/h over speed limit
Springdale RCMP investigating side-by-side theft
Trial postponed for Lethbridge man charged with impaired driving causing death
Fire destroys fishing vessel in Witless Bay early Saturday morning
Fire destroyed a small fishing vessel in Witless Bay early Saturday morning. An official on scene told The Telegram that the fire was reported by fishermen from another vessel docked nearby. When firefighters from the Witless Bay volunteer fire ...
Multiple vehicles damaged in dramatic Friday night rollover in St. John's
A dramatic crash in downtown St. John’s Friday night saw an SUV slam into two parked cars and flip upside-down on Water Street. The collision happened at about 9 p.m. when the westbound SUV struck a parked car and drove it into a second ...
Province announces major financial investment in Placentia Bay aquaculture project
Premier Dwight Ball was on hand at a kick-off event for Grieg NL in Marystown Friday, Sept. 14. The Premier announced a financial commitment to the pr ...
Police investigating break and enter at Chance Cove business
CHANCE COVE, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA Cigarettes and lottery tickets were stolen during a break, enter and theft at a store in Chance Cove this week. The RCMP says I.J. Smith was broken into sometime between 9:30 p.m. on ...
DFO looking to construct breakwater in Mary’s Harbour
MARY’S HARBOUR, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA A project to construct a rubble mound breakwater in Mary’s Harbour has been registered with the provincial government for environmental assessment by the Department of ...
Bay Roberts has plans for historic railway station
BAY ROBERTS, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA Following the success of the new splash pad in Bay Roberts, the old railway station may be receiving a new makeover in the coming months. During a regular meeting of council in Bay ...
St. Anthony man charged with trafficking cannabis
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA A St. Anthony man is facing charges of possessing cannabis and cannabis derivatives for the purpose of trafficking. Geoffrey Byrne, 26, appeared in court this morning, Sept. 14. St. ...
Chief and five councillors re-elected in Sheshatshiu
SHESHATSHIU, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation held band council elections on Sept. 5. Just over 94 per cent of eligible voters in the community came out to vote. Most recent numbers show the ...
Grand Bank mayor says surf clam decision flawed from start
GRAND BANK, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA Grand Bank Mayor Rex Matthews said he was not surprised to learn that Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion had found former federal Fisheries minister Dominic Leblanc to be in conflict of interest ...
VIDEO: Nova Scotia cat survives apparent fall after aerial battle
LAWRENCETOWN, H.R.M, N.S. - Death may have been coming from above, but Skippy the barn cat had other plans. Skippy disappeared Aug. 26. Ten days later, he showed up back at the hobby farm of owners Blair and Kim Davis in Lawrencetown, Halifax ...