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Former Provincial and Federal politician and former Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland and Labrador, John Crosbie has died. He was 88. “We are heartbroken to share the news that John C. Crosbie has passed away,” his family says in a press release. “Our hearts, although broken, are also warmed and deeply touched by the overwhelming outpouring of support we have […]

The MerBy’s are heading back to the sea. Hasan Hai, President and founder of the Newfoundland and Labrador Beard and Moustache Club, says the calendar has been a huge labour of love, but thinks it’s time for a break in order to focus on other priorities. He notes that everyone involved with the production, distribution […]

The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) Corner Brook Region is seeking the assistance of the general public in locating missing child TONY AUSTIN GREENHAM (DOB: 2007-09-11). On Thursday, January 2, 2020 the RNC received a report of a parental-child abduction at approximately 12:25 pm. It has been reported that 12 year old TONY AUSTIN GREENHAM also [...]

Last year a ceramic statue of the baby Jesus was stolen from a nativity scene outside the Corpus Christi Church in St. John’s. Recently there was a second coming of Christ of sorts after the statue was mysteriously returned. “It’s an unexpected gift this year,” Father Joe Barton says. “It’s a sign of goodness in people’s […]

The Newfoundland and Labrador English School District proposed the closure of a number of schools in the province at a public meeting this past Saturday. The closures would come in to effect for the 2020 school year and will be voted on this coming March. Two of the schools are in the Bay-St-Georges area, St. […]

At just six years old, Emma Clarke is currently battling cancer the third time. According to a GoFundMe Page, Emma’s was admitted into the Janeway in February of 2018, and since then has had three surgeries and multiple rounds of chemotherapy. Keeping in good spirits despite the life of hardships, the little girl from Victoria, […]

Organizers of the Iceberg Alley Music Festival announced earlier this month that they were thinking about packing up their big, blue tent and moving from St. John’s to Mount Pearl. But plans have since changed it seems as St. John’s City Council announced last night that the multi-day concert will be staying put for the […]

A 90 year old man was victimized in an alleged road rage incident yesterday in Mount Pearl. According to a now viral Facebook post, the man was punched in the face by another male, said to be approximately 35 years old. Little information is available regarding the assaulter, and the elderly man’s family is asking […]

The City of Mount Pearl is proposing that the provincial government ban the use of studded tires. Mayor Dave Aker says they do more harm than good. “We’re spending more and more money on fixing the ruts,” he says. “The problem also with the ruts is that they cause us unsafe conditions, especially in the […]



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