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Fundraiser launched for woman paralyzed in accident

A GoFundMe campaign has been launched online for a woman who was paralyzed in a single-vehicle rollover on Pitts Memorial Drive.

D-J Composites employees still locked out after three months

Almost 40 employees with D-J Composites in Gander are still on the picket line during a three-month lockout. There is still no sign of...

Five companies show interest in building Corner Brook long-term care home

A major new medical complex for Corner Brook moved one step closer to reality Friday when the provincial government released details of its search...

Premier grilled on what he knew about Emera’s stake in Labrador...

Premier Dwight Ball faced more questions Thursday about how a Nova Scotia company ended up owning most of the Labrador transmission link. The NDP...

New Patient Safety Act addresses recommendations from Cameron Inquiry

The House of Assembly began debating a new Patient Safety Act on Tuesday. Bill 70 will ensure patients are properly notified when there is...

Protest breaks out on courthouse steps against sexual assault verdict

About 50 protesters gathered on the courthouse steps Friday night after an RNC officer was found not guilty of sexual assault. Cst. Douglas Snelgrove was...

No verdict after first day of deliberations in RNC officer’s sexual...

Day 1 of deliberations ended Thursday evening with no verdict in the Douglas Snelgrove sexual assault trial. Justice Valerie Marshall instructed the jury on...

Iron Ore Company approves Wabush 3 project in Labrador West

The Iron Ore Company of Canada will proceed with the Wabush 3 project, the company announced in a news release on Thursday. Wabush 3 is a...

N.L. only province in recession this year, Conference Board predicts

Newfoundland and Labrador will be the only province in recession in 2017, the Conference Board of Canada reported on Thursday. "The Newfoundland and Labrador economy...

Man in custody after 28-hour standoff ends in McIvers

A standoff in McIvers came to an end Wednesday after 28 hours. A 32-year-old man was taken into custody. He will appear in provincial court...