Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
Remembering former Nunatsiavut Government representative Trudy ...
Best of the West: Rahel Porter
Liberals move to earlier water and wastewater tendering
Labrador West Pioneers: Gordon and Stella Avery
Labrador West Steelworkers spread Christmas cheer with donations
Missing markers on White Wolf trail in Labrador West a safety concern
Quebec Investigations Bureau looking into two deaths in Fermont
Labrador West Pioneer: Ken Pafford
Hidden camera catches Conception Bay South home care worker stealing from elderly client
Port au Choix man to be sentenced in March for charges related to 2017 ATV accident
Port au Choix man convicted in ATV accident
Memorial University establishes Tommy Ricketts Award
RNC searching for wanted man Chad Quilty
Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Association commends OCYA for chronic absenteeism report
Hughes Brook councillor didn’t get his Christmas wish
Bruce Lidstone didn’t get the one thing he wanted for Christmas. In a letter published in the Dec. 22 edition of The Western Star the Hughes Brook councillor asked that Santa to arrange for two more councillors for the town. The town has ...
New Newfoundland and Labrador chief medical examiner may be announced soon: province
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The Department of Justice and Public Safety says it’s still trying to secure a new chief medical examiner. In a statement to The Telegram, the department said it hopes to conclude the process in the near future, when ...
St. John’s man headed to trial on child pornography charge
A St. John’s man accused of distributing child pornography has been committed to stand trial. Nathaniel Joseph Somerton’s preliminary inquiry began last May and took place over six days between then and Tuesday. A provincial court ...
Contracting company fined $60,000 for workplace accident in St. John's
Thomas Grace wore a black T-shirt bearing orange lettering to court Tuesday. "Hard case," it read, and Grace said he had chosen it for its double entendre. To some, he may be seen as a hard case or a squeaky wheel, he explained. He ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Opposition leader files ethics complaint against Newfoundland and Labrador premier
Opposition Leader Ches Crosbie says he’s not undermining his own Code of Conduct complaint against Premier Dwight Ball by making his complaint public from the outset. One of the primary critiques of the investigative process surrounding ...
Driver in fatal crash in St. John's gets jail time
Judge James Walsh didn't hold back nor sugarcoat his words Tuesday morning as he sentenced a teenage girl in connection with the car crash that killed her best friend last April. Calling her a "study in conflict," Walsh said the girl ...
Corner Brook court advises Randy Biggin to get a lawyer after setting dates for preliminary inquiry into armed robbery
Randy Biggin is being given one more chance to get a lawyer to represent him on armed robbery charges. Biggin, 25, was arrested a short time after the Ultramar gas station on Mount Bernard Avenue in Corner Brook was held up at knifepoint and cash ...
Youth sentenced in Alyssa Power death in St. John’s
The youth responsible for the death of Alyssa Power got an 18-month sentence in a St. John’s room Tuesday, minus the nine months time served. The girl previously pleaded guilty to charges of dangerous driving causing death, dangerous ...
School updates: All schools in Central and Avalon regions delayed or closed today due to winter weather
The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District is continuing to update school delays or closures on their website: https://www.nlesd.ca/schools/statusreport/index.jsp for Tuesday, Jan. 15. All schools in the Central and ...
Thirty-year-old St. John’s woman excited to finally be adopted by foster family
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - It has been three weeks since Jessica King eagerly sat by the Christmas tree with her boyfriend in their St. John’s home on Christmas Day morning to open gifts. But she’s still on Cloud 9 after receiving the ...