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Liberals unveil ambitious fundraising targets for next two elections, but whither...

The provincial Liberals revealed ambitious fundraising targets at their AGM in Gander this weekend. The party aims to have $800,000 in the bank by...

Premier vows to lead Liberals to victory after passing leadership review

Premier Dwight Balled vowed Saturday night to lead the Liberals to victory in the 2019 provincial election. That was after he passed a leadership test...

Former NDP MHA George Murphy returns to Liberal fold as delegate

Former NDP MHA George Murphy returned to the Liberal fold at the party's AGM in Gander on Friday. Murphy represented St. John's East as a...

Dwight Ball’s pre-leadership review speech all about surviving to ‘Sunday morning’

Premier Dwight Ball told Liberal delegates Friday night they have the power to decide what the party will look like on Sunday morning. Ball faces...

Insurance Bureau proposes $5,000 cap on compensation for minor injuries

The Insurance Bureau of Canada is calling for a $5,000 cap on compensation for minor injuries in Newfoundland and Labrador. The first round of...

Premier invites Donald Trump to ‘Come From Away’ for rational discussion...

Premier Dwight Ball posted a letter on Twitter Wednesday inviting U.S. President Donald Trump to go see "Come From Away" on Broadway. Ball says he...

‘No benchmark’ for leadership review, premier says ahead of Liberal AGM

Premier Dwight Ball made another funding announcement Tuesday ahead of this weekend's leadership review at the Liberal AGM. Ball got 90 per cent last...

Vale to begin Voisey’s Bay expansion underground this year, premier announces

The Voisey's Bay mine is officially expanding underground. Premier Dwight Ball joined with Brazilian mining company Vale to make the announcement Monday. He was...

Ches Crosbie’s Tories take lead in latest CRA poll

The Progressive Conservatives under Ches Crosbie have taken the lead in the latest poll by Corporate Research Associates. Among decided voters, 42 per cent said...

‘Flimsy arguments’ delaying all-party committee on democratic reform, political science professor...

The provincial government is using "flimsy arguments" to justify delaying creating the all-party committee on democratic reform. That's according to MUN political science professor...