Iceberg watch in Fleur de Lys
Baie Verte man facing kidnapping charges in Alberta
Baie Verte’s Wilma Hennebury has donated 30 quilts to Ronald McDonald House
Julie Coombs of Springdale receives High School Volunteer Award
Springdale's Mikayla Tuck recognized for leadership and contributions to school and community
Celebrating Canada Day in Baie Verte
Springdale celebrates Canada Day
Former high school a good fit for Baie Verte community centre: consultant
New Beaver Scout Colony coming to Baie Verte this September
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Town warning boaters to be aware of barely submerged logs known as deadheads in Deer Lake and the Humber River
Mount Pearl man charged with arson in St John's building site fire
Petition launched to push people’s buttons on N.L. power rate concerns
Lots are now ready for homes in new Nature’s Path Estates development in Hughes Brook
Corner Brook man pleads guilty to luring, sexually assaulting child
Water seems to be receding a little, but still few answers to Bottomless Pond’s flooding issue
RCMP impound vehicle of suspected impaired driver in St. Anthony
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. – The RCMP is thanking the public for reporting a suspected impaired driver in St. Anthony. According to a RCMP release, police were contacted at approximately 8 p.m. on July 1 about a vehicle coming into the town that was ...
Archaeology team set to study pre-contact Inuit winter village
OKAK ISLANDS, N.L. — For more than 300 years, Kivalekh was an Inuit winter village in the Okak Islands, located approximately 100 kilometres north of Nain. “As at the winter village of Uivakh on the mainland just north of Okak, ...
Labrador West RNC have a busy July 4
LABRADOR WEST, N.L. — July 4 was a busy day for the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) in Labrador West. On Wednesday, July 4, police responded to a complaint of uttering threats at a residence in Wabush. Police say a woman allegedly ...
Polar bear removed from Makkovik
MAKKOVIK, N.L. – Residents of Makkovik are being reminded of the potential presence of polar bears at this time of year. According to a release from the Department of Fisheries and Land Resources, one of the animals was removed from the area ...
Geese shut down swimming at Marystown’s Landing Place Pond
MARYSTOWN, N.L. – Waterfowl are running afoul of people looking to cool down with a swim in the Marystown area. According to a post of the Town of Marystown’s Facebook today, July 6, an environmental health officer is testing the water ...
Tractor windshield shot out in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. – An incident of mischief involving a shot-out front windshield of a tractor is among the cases currently under investigation by the RCMP in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. According to police, the tractor was located on ...
Additional charges for Carter’s Cove man involved in June 24 crash in Chanceport
TWILLINGATE, N.L. – More charges have been filed against Colton Legge, 20, in relation to a motor vehicle collision in Chanceport last month. According to a Twillingate RCMP release, Legge was arrested by police on July 3 and has been ...
More Nalcor Energy staff make the Newfoundland and Labrador sunshine list
The 2017 government compensation disclosure data, released last week, reveals new detail on executive compensation, bonus pay and overtime costs at Nalcor Energy. The level of pay at the corporation has been a point of contention — ...
Barricaded man arrested without incident in Stephenville Crossing on Wednesday
A man who barricaded himself inside a Stephenville Crossing home on Wednesday afternoon has been released on an undertaking. Members of the Bay St. George RCMP are continuing their investigation into the incident that occurred on Wednesday on ...
Newfoundland explorer gains world recognition
The explorer in Latonia Hartery emerged at an early age while growing up in Bay d’Espoir on the province’s south coast. It developed among the scenic forested hills, the calm inner bay waters and once-rich salmon runs that attracted ...