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Smell from Robin Hood Bay has east-end residents fed up again

Peter Whittle says he's fed up with the smell of the dump. The Robin Hood Bay landfill has long been a problem for residents...

Dog back in arms of owners after unplanned flight to Hamilton

The nightmare is over for a family of dog owners originally from Newfoundland and Labrador. Cooper the goldendoodle was supposed to be on a...

Municipalities warned of fines or jail time for not following wastewater...

The federal government introduced new wastewater regulations five years ago, but many municipalities still aren't complying. Now, they're getting letters from Ottawa threatening big...

Teacher stress turns into vicious circle with student stress, researcher says

A research from the University of British Columbia told the teachers union Wednesday that stressed out teachers create stressed out students. Dr. Eva Oberle...

Housing prices dropping in St. John’s metro area

Royal LePage says housing prices in the St. John's metro area are dropping. The Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation says this could be the...

St. John’s City Hall approves $29 million in capital spending

St. John's City Hall approved $29 million in capital spending on Monday. Finance chair Jonathan Galgay says the money will create jobs. NTV's Heather...

Union leaders worry what new newspaper chain owner will bring to...

There has been a major shakeup in newspaper ownership in the province. The Telegram, The Western Start and a large number of community newspapers...

City plans to tear up Signal Hill Road heading into tourism...

As tourism season kicks off, St. John's is preparing to shut down the road to one of the city's biggest tourist attractions. That's because...

Belvedere orphanage fire raises suspicions of police, city councillor

St. John's lost another heritage property last week when the former Belvedere Orphanage burned down. City councillor Sheilagh O'Leary says she and other advocates...

Two new government programs aim to help homeowners using electric heat

The government announced details Monday of two new programs that will help people make their homes more energy efficient. But the programs will only...