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Reid got to do things her own way, and used the money to pay for a meet-and-greet and sit down dinner for people in Change Islands.
A Paradise man who continues to drive impaired despite jail time and getting injured in a serious accident has skipped out on his sentencing.
Nalcor Energy has begun energizing 1,600 kilometres of new transmission lines and other assets, and is warning people to be careful.
Jeff Dunlap says he enjoyed his time in St. John's and wanted to stay, but the personal and professional benefits of the new job were too good to pass up.
A group representing city council and the business owners of downtown St. John's met Thursday to discuss an increase in panhandling on city streets.
It's changing the way patients receive treatment while also solving some of the biggest health-care problems, like long wait times and doctor recruitment.
Loretta Myles returned to Newfoundland a week ago for her sister's funeral. In that time, wildfire has swept eastern Manitoba.
A huge Lamb's Rum mural has been approved for the side of a downtown St. John's bar — not that the rum company needed any help in cornering the market.
Power, known as Muffy, leaves behind more than a century of memories after passing away Tuesday in Corner Brook.
With only weeks left until recreational cannabis is legalized in Canada, this province has a lot left to sort out - while getting a lot of heat for its decisions so far.
Weeks after cutting eight acute care beds at the hospital in St. Anthony, health officials were discussing how to handle an overflow of patients there.
A homeowner in the west end of St. John's discovered about a dozen pieces of pricey artwork missing this month.
Mona Rossiter and other Signal Hill residents are petitioning against the the building, saying it is essentially a hotel.
DeeAnn Fitzpatrick, who is originally from Bell Island, N.L., says she was subjected to a decade of workplace abuse while working in Scotland.
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