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Calls were about animals crying, barking and pacing back and forth, trying to stay warm in extreme cold, says Beagle Paws.
Gemma Hickey is skeptical of the closed-door meeting between Pope Francis and more than 100 bishops, but is hopeful some good comes from it.
A new report reflects disenchantment among academia, government and industry, who told the consultants the situation was "beyond absurd," "extremely frustrating" and "dysfunctional and inefficient."
Newfoundland and Labrador has a problem with antibiotics, and a team at Eastern Health is fighting back.
Stacey pleaded guilty in December to assault with a weapon, stealing two cars and breaching a court order.
Al Potter had plans to open his own motorcycle club in central Newfoundland, with six solid members who were serious about following the rules and paying their dues — something he said some members of the Vikings often failed to do.
A summit for Labrador Inuit business operators is aiming to help entrepreneurs find opportunity in up-and-coming industries.
A forensic audit into the construction phase has fuelled a barrage of criticism against Newfoundland and Labrador’s energy corporation.
The book, The Mammoth Bakeapple, follows a Beothuk family as they try to pick the biggest berry in the bog.
Local artist Sailor Danny and St. John's Edge star Carl English created a one-of-a-kind shoe to auction off in support of the province's Special Olympic Games.
He carefully took off his pea coat, laying it on a chair next to the witness box, where he'd take the stand against Al Potter.
The Public Utilities Board recommending renegotiating the terms of the Muskrat Falls loan with Ottawa as part of a strategy to keep power rates from doubling in the next few years.