An early onset of snowfall this year has forced the City of St. John’s to implement its on-street winter parking ban a few weeks ahead of schedule. The ban will officially go into effect at 12:30 am Thursday, December 13th and will effect streets outside the downtown area daily from 12:30 am – 7:30 am. […]

Over the weekend the RNC responded to a report of a possible impaired driver in Mount Pearl. After the vehicle was located, they noticed the driver had already fled. With the help of K-9 officer, a 28 year old male driver was tracked found a short distance away and was charged with impaired driving, failing the […]

“At just four weeks old and weighing seven pounds, a little girl named Hollie Parsons is fighting for her life. […] On December 4th, what every parents worst nightmare could be became reality when Hollie arrived at the Janeway in St. John’s to receive medical treatment. After her condition deteriorated she was airlifted to the […]

Request a song this morning during OZFM’s Jigs and Reels to qualify to WIN this week’s JIGS AND REELS PRIZE PACK!  Here’s what’s inside: Flanker Press Books: Christmas in The Harbour, by Victoria Barbour; The Most Perfect Gift, by Ida Linehan Young AND  Being Mary Ro, by Hubert Furey CDs: Bud Davidge’s, A Christmas Gift of Freedom AND Dave […]

The re-opening of the Team Gushue Highway was scheduled to happen today, but Mother Nature had other plans. According to Transportation & Works NL, weather conditions over the weekend prevented crews from finishing the line painting on the road. Motorists are advised that progress has been made on the remaining work left to complete the […]

WestJet has announced they will be discontinuing their direct flight from St. John’s to Dublin, Ireland. “We understand this is disappointing news for the community and  Newfoundland and Labrador overall and we are sorry we are unable to continue this flying in 2019,” said a representative for the airline. “This decision was not taken lightly, however, […]

For the sixth straight week in a row, driver’s will pay a little less at the pump. The price of gas is down two and a half cents a litre, while diesel saw a drop of 3.9 cents a litre. Furnace oil decreased by 3.13 cents and stove oil is down by 3.41 cents. Propane […]

The City of St. John’s has announced they’ll be implementing “Timed Free Parking Zones” as a temporary solution in areas where parking meters are missing or broken. The decision is in response to the heavily criticized plan to ticket drivers who park in front of broken meters. The planned zones and their free parking duration […]

The Newfoundland and Labrador College of Veterinarians has passed a resolution that will see vets in this province no longer perform surgeries that will result in declawed cats. President of the Newfoundland and Labrador Veterinary Medical Association, Dr. Margaret Brown-Bury, says, “The decision by the NLCOV membership supports the national and international trend to discontinue […]

The Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation is the latest retailer to scrap plastic bags in an attempt to be more environmentally friendly. As of November 1st, consumers can either bring their own reusable into the store (NLC also sells it’s own reusable bags) or opt for a brown paper bag, which are still free. In […]



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