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Province lowers gas tax by four cents a litre

The price of gasoline went down four cents a litre Friday thanks to another cut in the provincial gas tax.  

70-year-old man sentenced to house arrest for forgery

James Drummond, 70, was sentenced to House arrest Thursday after pleading guilty to two charges of forgery.  

Gospel singer Matt Maher nominated for Grammy

"Come From Away" isn't the only Newfoundland connection to the Grammy's. Gospel singer Matt Maher is also up for an award.

Topsail Elementary parents get warning about van occupants luring student

Letters were sent home to parents and guardians from Topsail Elementary this week. Police are investigating after passengers in a blue Dodge Caravan tried...

No injuries after fire rips through Paradise house

There were no injuries in a fire that destroy a 40-year-old home in Paradise Wednesday morning.  

‘From this apology comes strength’, Seamus O’Regan says to LGBTQ2 community

Liberal cabinet minister Seamus O'Regan spoke passionately and fought back tears as he spoke in Ottawa Tuesday after an historic apology by Prime Minister...

‘Come From Away’ nominated for best musical theatre album Grammy

The Tony Award winning musical "Come From Away" has been nominated for another kind of trophy. This time it's up for a Grammy for...

Robbery charges dropped against Raymond Stacey

Robbery charges have been dropped against 26-year-old Raymond Stacey, who had previously been acquitted of murder in 2016.  

Drifting bulk carrier returns to Argentia after engine failure

A bulk carrier called the MV Baby Leeyn, formerly the MV Jana, docked in Argentia Monday after engine failure left it adrift off Cape...

Government still committed to other public inquiries, justice minister says

The Liberal government is still committed holding inquiries into the death of Burton Winters and Humber Valley Paving, Justice Minister Andrew Parsons said this...