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The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary says it has received several complaints of drivers passing stopped school buses on Commonwealth Avenue in Mount Pearl.
Every yoga class has a few downward dogs, but how about a cat stretch? We check out a class full of cuddly kittens.
"There is a lot of people that will need to be fed in the future and we see the seafood as some of the biggest farming opportunities that we have in our province," said the premier of Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is hoping to crack down on car thefts by setting up "bait vehicles" around the northeast Avalon.
A disturbing video has emerged showing young females from a school in Mount Pearl brawling, while a group of males record the violence on their phones and urge them on.
Two adults and three youths will all serve jail time for their roles in a Baie Verte home invasion in 2015.
A vote by St. John's City Council means a former fire hall in the downtown area has cleared another hurdle to becoming a coffee shop and microbrewery.
Despite speculation lawyer Ches Crosbie will run in the upcoming Mount Pearl byelection, he says he will not be offering.
New town and city councils will be voted in tonight as municipal elections take place across the province. Here's who to follow on Twitter for updates.
Paul Oram will be cancer free for five years in May. Instead of asking for a bike or a toy for a present, he challenged his father to make five wishes come true through the Children's Wish Foundation.
Another historic building in St. John's has been approved for demolition, after an alleged arson damaged the property last summer.
Jolyn Mason stood on top of Signal Hill and could feel her brother beside her in spirit. In years past, he stood there with her.
Newfoundland and Labrador's famous musical comedy trio will soon be ending the long tours that have defined their career.
St. John's mayor says online voting might be one way to address chronically low participation in the capital city's municipal election.
Tom Hickey, the president of Wedgwood Insurance, sent an email to clients, and it has a strongly-worded message: speed kills.
The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District is stopping short of an example set by Nova Scotia, which is cracking down on absenteeism.
One of the men accused in the death of teenager Hannah Thorne on a highway near New Harbour, Trinity Bay has pleaded guilty, while the case against a co-accused took a twist Monday.