|Police request assistance in locating missing autistic teen|Janeway Telethon raises almost $2.4 million|Bay Wheels Car Show brings in big crowd|NAPE teams up with Daffodil Place to cover costs for members|Province marks seniors month|Delta Airlines flight diverts to Stephenville because of intoxicated passenger|Seamus O’Regan calls Equinor’s timing of Bay du Nord announcement ‘sadistic’|Sierra Club of Canada says Bay du Nord needs to be cancelled outright|Federation of Labour calls for better conditions for early childhood educators|Governments pave way for completion of Team Gushue Highway|Government streamlines process for recruiting nurses from outside province|Recreational salmon angling season opens|39th annual Janeway Telethon kicks off Saturday|Police look for witnesses after teen assaulted at Torbay field party|Lynx Air to launch route to Montreal next week|Workers at Kenny’s Pond, Tiffany Village hold lunchtime demonstration|Woman dead following single-vehicle crash near Stoneville|Police find no threats after searching and clearing school in Terrenceville|Police arrest man for speeding and discover he was already banned from driving|Equinor confident Bay du Nord project will move forward despite delay|Flag raising ceremony held to mark beginning of Pride season in N.L.|Norris Point conference focuses on economic opportunities in rural communities|Hospitality NL pleased as Marine Atlantic delays looming fee hike|34-year-old man seriously injured in Shea Heights shooting|Nain RCMP arrest impaired driver following early morning crash|Firefighters train in central Newfoundland|World Energy GH2 acquires Port of Stephenville|Man sentenced to more than four years for impaired driving causing death|RNC lay charges for street racing in St. John’s|Equinor to speak to Bay du Nord delay at Energy NL conference|Alanis Morissette and The Lumineers to headline major concert in St. John’s this summer|Moose injured, put down, following a collision on Thorburn Road|Federal money announced for Come By Chance refinery|More details announced on amendments to Atlantic Accord|President of Iceland visits N.L.|Rio Tinto IOC expands with new office in downtown St. John’s|Preliminary inquiry into attempted murder underway|Asian heritage month marked in St. John’s|Living tribute made to donor of books about Exploits Island|Equinor postpones Bay du Nord project up to three years|Marine Atlantic delays fee hike|Newfoundland Rogues deliver big win to advance to second round of the playoffs|RCMP investigating theft at Royal Canadian Legion|Growlers eliminated from Kelly Cup playoffs|2023 salmon angling season opens June 1 on the island|Fire damages centre-city home, displaces residents|Ottawa introduces Atlantic Accord amendments to include wind power|Court appoints claims officer in Catholic church abuse case|Energy NL kicks off annual conference|Protestors call on MUN to restore Ode to Newfoundland at convocation ceremonies|Province long way from meeting goals in protected areas|Children’s author tells stories of Truth and Reconciliation|New PAL Airlines agreement could mean more routes coming soon|GoFundMe created for Mount Pearl Deputy Mayor Nicole Kieley|Police seize weapons after arresting Trinity Bay North man|Ferryland RCMP investigating fatal collision involving motorcycle and moose|Memorial University students to rally for Ode to Newfoundland; Royal Canadian Legion calls on MUN to ‘return to tradition’|World record attempt to cross Atlantic Ocean called off|Province announces changes to medical transportation for Labrador-Grenfell residents|Well wishes pour in for Mount Pearl deputy mayor after accident|Turning the Tide awards to recognize historic importance of Ocean Ranger inquiry|Meteorological conference discussing climate change in St. John’s|Renovations begin at nursing school in Grand Falls-Windsor|Georgia company promotes new compound for fighting fires|Police investigating shots fired in east end of St. John’s|N.L. sends water bombers to help fight Nova Scotia wildfires|World record attempt cut short as man tries to cross Atlantic in one-metre boat|Concerns raised about potential wildfires in central|Labrador MHA calls out Bloc Quebecois over map|New incentives announced for nurse practitioners|Province proceeds with consultation on 10 proposed protected areas|Mining industry recruiting students in central Newfoundland|Outer Ring Road to be closed on Sunday for cleanup|U.K. man sets sail from St. John’s Harbour, attempting to set record for smallest vessel to cross Atlantic|Updated: Single-vehicle crash closes portion of downtown road|Labrador Straits Academy places second at Underwater Robotics Competition|Ottawa delivering $3.5 million for province to combat guns and gang violence|In-patient beds left empty at Corner Brook hospital|Province looking to establish new mental health and addictions centre|Opposition parties say House of Assembly should sit longer|Black Lives Matter N.L holds annual ‘Coils, Curls and Conversation’ event|Residents of Deer Lake mark Islaview Day|McDonald Drive Junior High helps grant children’s wishes|NTV nominated for six RTDNA Awards for journalism excellence|No injuries reported following rainy-road collision|New trial ordered for man acquitted of fatal collision|Opposition calls for accountability for money spent on Carter Churchill case|Ottawa commits to upgrading Canadian Coast Guard fleet|Spring sitting of the House of Assembly comes to a close|Carl Dymond says sale of Stephenville Airport nearing completion|Fans remember Tina Turner’s performance in N.L.|RCMP investigating after $15,000 worth of property stolen from Carbonear Canadian Tire|Remembering a rock legend: A look back at Tina Turner’s iconic 1985 concert|Collision at notorious east-end intersection sends one to hospital|Government defends handling of cyber attack|Police still working to solve St. John’s homicide|Grand Falls-Windsor man sentenced in revenge porn case|Police issue more than 700 traffic violations over the long weekend|Indigenous artist profiles history of Beothuk women|Emergency Medical Services Week marked in N.L.|Sean McCann ‘The Shantyman’ coming back to where it all began|AG report outlines government missteps through Food Premises Inspection and Licensing|Privacy Commissioner finds province did not share information quickly enough during 2021 cyber attack|Fort Amherst Healthcare to officially open ‘The Neighbourhood’ – the first seniors’ day program of its kind in this province|School board spends hundreds of thousands of dollars in failed discrimination case|Union and processors moving forward after crab dispute ends|Amendments would see PUB consider environmental factors along with least-cost option|Province says Frank Roberts Junior High in good condition as protests continue for new school|Officials urge residents to be prepared as forest fire season continues|Conception Bay South to celebrate 50th anniversary this summer|Youth from across the country learning about threats to conservation in Gros Morne|Barricaded man arrested at residence in Irishtown|Province launches traffic camera pilot project to detect speeding motorists|Updated: Single-vehicle crash sends one to hospital, closes portion of ORR|Rear-end collision sends one person to hospital|Quick-thinking neighbour saves home from significant fire damage|Man and grandson escape house fire in Roddickton|Police conduct roadside checks during Victoria Day weekend|Update: Pedestrian seriously injured following single-vehicle crash|30-year-old man arrested after St. John’s bank robbery|FFAW ‘reluctantly’ signs offer to start crab fishery|Union relieved as tentative deal with WestJet avoids strike|Police drawing attention to number of fatalities triggered by illegal drugs|Gander Airport records poor financial performance for 2022|Campsites filling up for Victoria Day long weekend|Tors Cove man seeking kidney donor|RCMP plans heavy traffic enforcement presence over the May long weekend|WestJet averts strike, reaches tentative deal with pilots|More medical students commit to Newfoundland and Labrador|Crab harvesters take protest to White Rose construction site in Argentia|Mayor of Triton urges union, processors to come to resolution amid crab dispute|Parents and students rally for new school to replace Frank Roberts Junior High|Another child care report highlights accessibility issues in N.L.|MUN’s Faculty Association criticizes recent public relations spending by university|N.L. business receives funding to reach U.S. market|Longtime Indigenous advocate honoured by Memorial University|Ukrainian Consul visits N.L to help local community|Man arrested in Natuashish after violent disturbance|Police investigating disturbance involving youth in Mount Pearl|Residents protest livestock removal orders in Summerford|Still no deal in crab crisis as talks break off between FFAW, ASP|Harvester breaks ranks with FFAW and heads out to sea amid crab crisis|Advocate says more work needs to be done on International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia|Eddies Evening Forecast | May 17, 2023|MHA advocating for family physician in Trepassey|Dozens turn out for RCMP recruiting event|Newfoundland Pony Society asks Summerford council to reconsider livestock decision|Come From Away creators honoured by Memorial University|Annual Peace Officers’ Memorial Service recognizes officers who have been killed in the line of duty|MUN Faculty Association concerned about MUN’s autonomy in Ode to Newfoundland debate|On The Mark: N.L. volleyball wins big with a historic performance|City of St. John’s unveils new mural on Harvey Road|Province signs Memorandum of Understanding with Port of Rotterdam on green hydrogen opportunities|Bhangra dancer Gurdeep Pandher honoured by MUN|Residents of Summerford rallying support as town council cracks down on livestock within the community|Premier Furey intervenes in ongoing crab dispute|What’s with the occasional hazy skies lately?|Travel plans possibly up in the air for passengers as WestJet pilots issue 72-hour strike notice|Moose killed following collision; no serious injuries reported|Work continues on consolidating province’s ambulance services|Bursary results in 22 medical students working in N.L. after graduation|Marine Institute opens ‘The Launch’, named after Art May, in Holyrood|Marble Mountain hopes for busy ‘off-season’ with new attractions|All ‘Come From Away’ shows in Gander sold out|Ben Stiller supports fundraiser for women’s shelter while filming on Bonavista Peninsula|RCMP investigates ATM theft after stolen excavator used to break into Witless Bay business|Mask mandate ending at health care facilities|Police concerned about scams targeting seniors|Mothers needing more help as cost of living rises|Young people in central learn about living off the land|Shed destroyed by early-morning fire|Crab harvesters protest after another week with no resolution|Frank Roberts Junior High parents plan protest for new school|Corner Brook attempted murder case back before court|New fitness centre aims to keep older population fit and healthy|New frozen seafood shop opens at St. John’s International Airport|Route 73 near Tilton reopens after car fire|Police warn about e-mail scam after Royal Canadian Legion account hacked|Prime minister makes historic visit to Nain|Harbour Grace RCMP seeks public’s assistance in identifying two individuals suspected of cabin break and enter|FFAW, ASP accuse each other of spreading misinformation amid crab crisis|Kirk Keeping loses appeal to get public funding for private lawyer|Province still won’t say if it paid ransom after health care cyberattack|State of the art chemotherapy unit soon to be a reality thanks to large donation|Exhibition honouring memory of Canadian soldiers on tour across province|Excitement growing rapidly for Cain’s Quest 2024|Parents bring their babies to HOA to voice child care concerns|FFAW and ASP dispute each other on origins of final offer presented to crab harvesters|Former North West River RCMP officer charged with sexual assault|Return of Terra Nova FPSO delayed for foreseeable future|New report on child care shows N.L. has only a fraction of spaces needed|Province aims to reduce high number of missed health care appointments through electronic reminders|MHAs sing Ode to Newfoundland as MUN continues pause on song at convocation|Ontario man suspected of swindling thousands of dollars from St. John’s seniors denied bail|Dates announced for 2023 Salmon Festival|Preparations underway for 2023 Janeway Telethon|MUN continues pause on Ode to Newfoundland at convocation during consultations|Detours in downtown St. John’s change yet again|Experts calling for better detection and treatment after recent cases of drug smuggling in prisons|Province marks anniversary of first chartered flight of Ukrainian refugees arriving in N.L.|MOU signed for hydrogen supply chain between N.L. and the Netherlands|Province signs proclamation to show support for N.L. Jewish community|DFO indefinitely postpones two planned offshore oil burn experiments|As government touts recruitment efforts, Nurses’ Union says more work needs to be done|Winter pays return visit to western Newfoundland|New York organization sets up special mailbox at Gander Town Hall in memory of 9/11|Kirk Keeping loses application to keep media out of appeal hearing|Nain woman charged with impaired driving after ATV strikes child on bicycle|Minister at a loss after crab fishery deal falls through|Harbour Breton residents protest ongoing health diversions|WHO declares end to global health emergency, but CMO says virus still a threat|Vacancies still on the rise as province reports recruiting more than 400 nurses last year|Federal Conservatives targeting Long Range Mountains|N.L. musicians take home 11 East Coast Music Awards|Ceremony held to commemorate the Battle of the Atlantic|Government House hosts ceremony to mark coronation|Two former Tory premiers attend Pierre Poilievre’s rally in Corner Brook|NDP holds townhall meeting on health care|Longtime fisheries advocate Gus Etchegary dies|Florists getting ready for Mother’s Day|Crab crisis continues as harvesters reject latest offer|Update: Driver charged following single-vehicle crash|New offer brings crab industry ‘closer to a solution,’ FFAW says|No injuries following early-evening collision|Red Dress Day commemorated in province|Opposition questions whether newly announced theatre for St. John’s is necessary|Pierre Poilievre wraps up two day trip to N.L. on west coast|Province releases what it heard from public on ‘squatter’s rights’|Municipalities NL hosts symposium in Gander|Salvation Army hosts new fundraiser to send kids to camp|Fire contained at east end St. John’s business|Lobster harvesters protest in Stephenville as processors refuse to buy|Police called to sea harvesters’ protest in Garnish|Fisheries minister asks FFAW to hold secret ballot vote on resuming crab fishery|Tentative deal reached for CRA employees|Fortis approaching emissions targets, AGM hears|Crown recommends five-month prison sentence in revenge porn case|Fast-moving pack ice to blame for large number of dead seals|Province plans new mid-sized theatre, declaring 2024 as ‘Year of the Arts’|40 forest fires recorded so far in 2023|Traffic rebounding at St. John’s International Airport. but will European flights return?|House debating amendments to MUN Act to allow faculty on Board of Regents|St. John’s Status of Women highlights need for more funding for mental health supports|RNC charges Phillip Pynn with drug trafficking after body cavity search|Opposition raising questions about delays, cost increases for HMP replacement|Two fully intact cellars discovered beneath Water Street in Carbonear|New SAR teams from Labrador begin training|Navy member from Port aux Basques talks about Hurricane Fiona recovery|Both sides dig in on crab dispute as accusations fly about threats and intimidation|CRA workers still on strike as negotiations continue|Corner Brook Board of Trade speaks out against Marine Atlantic fee hikes|Opposition raises more questions about public safety in Happy Valley-Goose Bay|Details still being worked out for twinning more sections of TCH|St. John’s death ruled a homicide, police say|Ottawa and province to twin two more sections of Trans-Canada Highway|Labour groups hold rally on International Workers’ Day|John Haggie says there could be teacher recruitment and retention plan by end of month|St. John’s unveils plans for new athletics facilities for Canada Summer Games|Gander baseball field getting grant from Blue Jays Cares Foundation|St. Lawrence demands answers on why Grieg Seafood pulled plug on local plans|Rick Mercer getting star on Canada’s Walk of Fame|Police release more information on suspicious death in downtown St. John’s|PSAC reaches tentative deal for 120,000 striking federal workers|Police investigating suspicious death in downtown St. John’s overnight|Ken McDonald says he’s willing to work with colleagues in Ottawa on Marine Atlantic cost hike|Long-term plan needed in education address staffing shortages, NLTA says|Association for New Canadians applauds doubling of yearly immigration spaces|Roadwork in Carbonear unearths mysterious structures|Province still tackling staffing shortages in emergency rooms across province|Community gardens growing in popularity on west coast|Crews extinguish minor fire at downtown restaurant|Multiple rallies held to mark Day 10 of PSAC strike|Day of Mourning held for workers who were injured, or lost their lives due to work|Ottawa funding new low-emission buses in St. John’s, Holyrood|Investor believes central Newfoundland has one of greatest gold discoveries in Canada|Company supports woman who defrauded two businesses|Dawson Mercer scores first career playoff goal|Royal Newfoundland Regiment hockey tournament has girls’ teams for first time|Marine Atlantic increasing fuel surcharge beginning in June|Province disappointed with increasing Marine Atlantic rates|Residents uneasy in Harbour Grace as homicide investigation continues|MUN Students’ Union holds town hall on post-secondary education issues|Federal tribunal rules in favour of Grand Falls-Windsor workers|MNL disappointed with province’s decision to reject regionalization recommendations|Cruise ship season expected to be busiest on record for Corner Brook docks|Chamber of Commerce in Gander holding first ever mining industry showcase|Province doubling yearly immigration spaces|Police seeking public’s help in Harbour Grace homicide investigation|MUN students petition House to make post secondary education more accessible|Province won’t move forward with recommendations from report on regionalization|CRA not extending tax deadline despite public sector strike|Case of Bay of Islands man charged with dangerous driving causing death sidetracked|Grieg Seafood denies contract flipping after union accusations|SEA-NL calls for auction system to set crab prices|Suspects identified in Harbour Grace homicide investigation, as police search for witnesses|29-year-old man arrested after shot fired in St. John’s Tuesday|Kirk Keeping’s murder trial delayed another year as Miawpukek First Nation awaits closure|Oldest teen charged in PWC attack released from custody again|Premier open to conversation about increasing MUN’s funding|Opposition calls for government intervention in crab price dispute|Tourism operators heading to west coast for conference on Indigenous history and culture|15 students heading to enrichment programs after receiving ‘Rise’ awards|Peter Pan & Wendy movie filmed partly in N.L. premieres in St. John’s|RCMP to provide update on Harbour Grace homicide investigation on Wednesday|Crab dispute continues as processors tell FFAW they are not budging|Striking federal workers ramping up action as negotiations continue|Tourism operators concerned inflation could keep potential travellers at home|Most flights resume at St. John’s International Airport after weekend delays|Adverse weather forces Newfoundland Growlers to delay playoff home games|Southern Shore Breakers win second straight Herder Memorial trophy|Clarenville Caribous lose Allan Cup final to Dundas Real McCoys|Fog and crosswinds delay flights at St. John’s International Airport|Province expands Come Home incentive for health care workers|MUNSU optimistic after meeting with premier about university funding|FFAW says solution needed soon for crab price dispute|Grandparent fraud scams on rise again, RNC warns|Motorcycle driver taken to hospital following Paradise crash|Driver avoids serious injury following single-vehicle crash|Federal public sector strike continues through Day 3|Residents face 7 per cent power rate hike this summer|Gaultois vote falls short of threshold to relocate|Clarenville Caribous reach Allan Cup final|FFAW calls for stricter regulation of processors after Grieg moves operations|Joint drug enforcement unit on west coast marks one year of operation|Grand Falls-Windsor revives Carnival Skate for 75th anniversary of Joe Byrne arena|Across the Province: Raise the Roof for Barry|Some service disruptions as federal public sector stretches through Day 2|Muskrat Falls critic says it’s too soon to call the project fully commissioned|Population growing in N.L. due to surge in immigration|Two St. John’s men charged with sexual assault opt not to apply for bail yet|St. John’s International Airport tackling challenges with long wait times for pre-board screening|Cannabis market in N.L. evolves since legalization|Single-vehicle rollover sends one to hospital|Douglas Snelgrove going to prison after losing appeal of sexual assault conviction|Almost 6,000 N.L. workers join federal public sector strike|Union activists showing support for local striking federal workers|Province paying $13 million to purchase schools in RC church bankruptcy settlement|Mount Pearl sits out as St. John’s, Paradise, C.B.S. join forces on economic development|High school students in Stephenville test out CNA heavy machinery|St. John’s moms form group to advocate for building child care capacity|Late-afternoon collision slows rush hour traffic|Police arrest fifth teenager in connection with Prince of Wales Collegiate attack|UPDATE: More than 150,000 federal public service workers going on strike|Lloyd Parrott holds formal launch for PC leadership campaign in Clarenville|Premier cautiously optimistic after N.L. Hydro declares Muskrat Falls commissioned|Widow of Spaniards’s Bay man killed in workplace accident speaks out about investigation|Lewisporte arena renamed for Mike Austin|N.L. makeup artist earns 2023 Canadian Screen Award|Two motorcycle riders suffer critical injuries after separate collisions|Human remains found in Harbour Grace last week ruled homicide|Hundreds of crab harvesters protest on steps of Confederation Building|COVID-19 vaccination clinics available across province for high-risk groups|Search and rescue crews warn about current risks of avalanches|Police issue safety warning after terrifying video of woman almost being swept out to sea|Marble Mountain closes for the season|Skiers and snowboarders enjoy final weekend of the season at Smokey Mountain Resort|Three of ‘Four Sisters’ heritage houses sold in downtown St. John’s|Province commits to Community Care Home upgrades|NDP leader weighs in on school staffing shortages|PC MHA concerned about housing demand in Central |Overnight fire in Mount Pearl causes extensive damage|Six people sent to hospital following chlorine leak at Delta Hotel|NDP calling on government to bolster provincial dental plan|Health Minister stresses Labrador won’t fall through cracks after regional health authorities merge|Opposition parties call for removal of barriers for women as province works towards pay equity|Taylor’s Flipper Truck returns to St. John’s harbourfront|Scott Crocker, former CEO of Autism Society, passes away|Province warns of Salmonella cases linked to snakes and rodents|Another victim comes forward in case of two men charges with sexual offences against boys|RCMP ask for public’s help as investigation continues into human remains found in Harbour Grace|New province-wide radio improves communication for first responders|Environmental groups want emergency protection from logging in Charlie’s Place near Glenwood|MHAs reflect on 98th anniversary of women getting right to vote in Newfoundland|Funding announced to help 137 communities upgrade public areas|Police confirm human remains in Harbour Grace found in burned out vehicle|Conception Bay North residents on edge after human remains found|Muskrat Falls project now considered commissioned, N.L. Hydro says|Staffing shortages could eventually lead to possible school closures, NLTA says|Federation of Labour calls for overhaul of province’s pay equity legislation|Storyteller, multi-media creator Chris Brookes passes away|Retired Gander pilot writes book about life as bush pilot|Province reports no new COVID deaths in previous two weeks|Police investigate human remains found in Harbour Grace|Two men charged with sexual offences against boys appear in court|FFAW to meet with labour minister as dispute continues over crab prices|MHA says Labrador should have its own regional health council|New MUN President outlines priorities for university|Gloves are off as Carbonear hosts boxing matches|Nascar Pinty’s Series returns to Eastbound International Speedway in June|Dispute over crab prices keeping boats off the water|Happy Valley-Goose Bay calls on province to step in after increase in serious crime|Opposition says MUN needs to focus on repairing its reputation|Testing of Labrador-Island Link went smoothly for second time, N.L. Hydro says|Local pharmacist embracing scope of practice expansion|Opposition questions government’s approach after health care related announcements|Provincial drama festival returns to Grand Falls-Windsor for first time since pandemic|Two St. John’s men charged following investigation into historic youth sexual assault case|Team Gushue takes silver second year in a row at world curling championships|Family displaced after fire in Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s|Mid-afternoon collision sends two to hospital|Team Gushue reaches gold medal final at Men’s World Curling Championships|Vianne Timmons out as president of Memorial University|FFAW says crab harvesters won’t fish after price-setting panel sides with processors|Child care operators say late payment for new wage grid causing financial stress|Carter Churchill’s family not satisfied with NLESD apology after discrimination ruling|Province releases new safe drinking water action plan|City of St. John’s releases dates for Downtown Pedestrian Mall|Downtown collisions send one person to hospital|English School District accepts human rights ruling of discrimination|Mining company pulling out of Baie Verte Peninsula|Chrystia Freeland tours nickel processing plant in Long Harbour|Province launches health care action web site|Opposition parties voice concerns about new health care action web site|Nurses’ Union looking for more details on enabling nurses to prescribe medications|Accused murderer in Corner Brook still in custody awaiting bail hearing|Province expands scope of practice for pharmacists|Province introduces new regulations for short-term rentals on sites like AirBnB|Chrystia Freeland calls N.L. an essential partner in Atlantic Loop|Province announces funding for statue of women’s rights leader Armine Nutting Gosling|Companies begin offering training on menopause in workplace|Deer Lake airport optimistic travel numbers will continue to climb|Grand Falls-Windsor fundraises to send Special Olympian to world games|New regulations allow registered nurses in N.L. to prescribe medications|Opposition parties say Budget 2023 doesn’t do enough to address gender-based violence|Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh talks dental care, names Mary Shortall special advisor while in St. John’s|Federal minister Gudie Hutchings highlights grocery rebate in federal budget|Tourism operators in Twillingate hope icebergs stick around to kickstart tourism season|Siobhan Coady highlights how provincial will impact Burin Peninsula|Liberal MPs fan out across province to promote federal budget|Minimum wage increases by 80 cents an hour|Local 10-digit dialing takes effect in N.L.|White Hills ski resort wins $100,000 in nationwide contest|Marystown plans to implement bus service during closure of Canning Bridge|Conception Bay North figure skaters win gold|Sisters mark the end of Social Workers’ Month|Rovers called to rescue injured hiker|Some relief for crab harvesters with announced increase in quota|Seamus O’Regan says federal budget will bring cost-of-living relief to N.L.|Western Health working to address wait times for outpatient psychiatric care|Food service sector gets some help in federal budget, but advocate says more needed|Province starts implementing rate mitigation for Muskrat Falls|Team Gushue heading to World Men’s Curling Championship in Ottawa|39-year-old man faces charges after 38-year-old woman dies in crash on west coast|Gladney’s speaks out following contract suspensions of school bus routes by NLESD|Report on N.S. mass shooting in 2020 details long list of failures by RCMP|St. John’s lawyer hopes N.S. mass shooting report sparks change in handling of gender-based violence|Corner Brook police officer released from custody while lawyer appeals assault conviction|Rescue mission launched for dolphins trapped by sea ice in Dildo Harbour|Police presence in St. Mary’s as rumours circulate of planned harvester protest|St. Mary’s plans steps towards cleaning up former fish sauce plant|Province launches dementia-care action plan|Health care and rising cost of living top concern for seniors, advocate says|Smith’s Ambulance taking province and health authority to court after contract termination|N.L. Alliance deregisters as political party|Charge upgraded to murder after death in Corner Brook|Elderly couple reunited after being separated in different long-term care homes|Opposition raises concerns about Atlantic Loop in federal budget|Stephenville woman arrested Monday evening following stabbing|Tors Cove man found guilty of brutal assault in St. John’s|Crab protesters launch flotilla in St. John’s Harbour|Case set over for woman charged with claiming to be a nurse at Gander long-term care facility|Singer-songwriter Chris de Burgh returns for concert in St. John’s|Birthdays and Anniversaries: March 29th, 2023|Police issue arrest warrant for Bell Island man|Province reports no new COVID deaths in previous two weeks|Federal budget continues deficit spending to help pocket books and clean economy|Food First NL welcomes ‘Grocery Rebate’ in federal budget|St. John’s man charged with Toronto subway station murder|Province hopes to entice early childhood educators back into system with new wage grid|Premier releases more details on affordable housing plan in budget|Victims of abuse by Roman Catholic clergy move closer to compensation|Police seek person of interest in murder investigation|Corner Brook City Council meets for first time since councillor’s ejection|Jim Dinn wins NDP leadership by acclamation|Labrador woman shares struggles trying to get son into addictions treatment|Passengers facing backlogs after St. John’s airport fire|Premier announces new health clinic for Deer Lake|Province unveils bonuses for nurses and other workers in long-term care homes|RNC constable gets four months in prison for assaulting partner|Controversial Metrobus shelter destroyed in SUV collision|Deal finalized to move Bally Haly golf club to Clovelly|Kiwanis Festival returns to central Newfoundland with live performances|Province hosts job fair for Ukrainian immigrants in Corner Brook|St. John’s International Airport reopens terminal after fire|Metro area cleans up from spring snow storm|Education not a priority in provincial budget, says NLTA|Alan Doyle performs for U.S. President Joe Biden during state visit|Fire closes terminal at St. John’s International Airport until Sunday evening|Financial advisor warns province still vulnerable to changes in price of oil after budget|Nurses’ Union disappointed in lack of new money for nurses in provincial budget|Former nurses residence at Grace Hospital to be torn down this year|Municipalities see boost in operating grants in Budget 2023|Community leaders on west coast give provincial budget passing grade|Prince of Wales Collegiate holds appreciation event following traumatic attack|Hope for those facing homelessness in Grand Falls-Windsor|Event taking place Sunday to honour rock drummer Neil Peart|Your Community: Lots of spirit at 2023 4A Basketball tournament|No fee or tax increases in Budget 2023|Ambulance services to be integrated as province sets new record for health spending in Budget 2023|Critics say cost of living measures in Budget 2023 don’t go far enough|Not enough focus on education in Budget 2023, says NLTA|Youngest of four teens charged in connection with PWC attack denied bail|Closing arguments heard in St. John’s assault trial|Company with proposed wind energy project near Botwood signs MOU with Qalipu First Nation|DFO provides stock assessment for Northern Shrimp|Cain’s Quest Snowmobile Race to be held in 2024, rather than 2025 due to cancellation|Inspiring NL: Province’s fly-in, fly-out cardiac sees big success|Your Community: Wall climbing competition taking place at Wallnuts|Health Care main focus of Budget 2023|Protesting crab harvesters confront fisheries minister after ejection from chamber|Province announces $1.4 billion in roads spending and blended capitation for doctors ahead of Budget 2023|Nurses feeling shortchanged on bonuses|Information Commissioner has concerns with ‘Duty to Document’ bill|Court to decide whether MUN’s decision to reprimand protesting student was reasonable|High grocery prices prompt some central residents to return to family corner store shopping|DFO scientist shares concerns about impact of sea ice on marine mammals|Backstage Pass: New exhibit from artist Clifford George|Your Community: ‘Great Big Book Sale’ supports Canadian Federation of University Women|Police investigating vehicle crash into Bay Roberts pharmacy|Fire crews battle silo fire at Mount Pearl feed mill|Province announces $21 million for 10 new rebranded ‘Family Care Teams’|Privacy commissioner recuses himself from cyberattack investigation to avoid court delays|18-year-old suspect granted bail after attempted murder charge|Sentencing delayed for RNC officer convicted of assault|Gander still waiting for obstetrics service to come back|Woman shares story of frightening encounter with polar bear|NTV News nominated for four Atlantic Journalism Awards, including best newscast|Educating ourselves on World Down Syndrome Day|Newfoundland Growlers clinch playoff spot in quest for Kelly Cup|Your Community: XIA-3 blends music styles|Man charged with attempted murder after shooting in Torbay|Protesting crab harvesters call for changes to quotas|Signing bonus entices two new doctors for Bonavista|Corner Brook Legion member honoured with organization’s highest distinction|Your Community: White Rooster Theatre|Made Right Here: Michelle’s Fine Art|26-year-old man dies in ATV crash in Fox Cove|Health minister says recruitment efforts in Bonavista are paying off|NLMA welcomes $25,000 retention bonus for family doctors|Opposition parties highlight what they want to see in upcoming provincial budget|Labrador City takes home top prize at 40th anniversary Labrador Winter Games|Marystown YMCA offers aquatics mobility program|Sharing Our Cultures 2023 kicks off at The Rooms|Our Time: Kittiwake Dance Theatre goes to Narnia|One man seriously injured following firearms offence in Torbay|Collision involving limousine sends several to hospital|Bail hearings underway for teenagers suspected in brutal attack against PWC student|Man sentenced to more than five years for two home invasions|Waitlist for housing growing in central Newfoundland|Province launches ‘Phase 2’ review of its offshore oil and gas assets|Province offering family physicians $25,000 retention bonus|N.L. residents celebrate St. Patrick’s Day|Both Bowring Park swans die of suspected Avian flu|NLTA marks Education Week by bringing attention to ongoing teacher shortage|ACAP Humber Arm expanding presence with projects across province|Your Community: Master whisky blender visits N.L. for St. Patrick’s Day|Parents still having trouble accessing daycare despite prime minister’s announcement|Opposition calls government’s child care plan flawed|Prime minister and opposition leader visits make Clarenville ground zero for federal politics|Corner Brook man charged with attempted murder staying in custody for another week|Warm weather forces cancellation of Labrador Winter Games’ signature event|Quintal Cafe expanding to include bistro in Bonavista|Winnipeg man crossing country in tribute to Terry Fox|Ukrainian doctor brings her skills to province|Inspiring NL: Target founder enters Marketing Hall of Legends|Your Community: 5 Wing Goose Bay Archery Club|Metro area schools closed for day because of snow|Trudeau in Clarenville to announce province reaching $10-a-day child care goal|Bonavista residents take weekly health care protest to Confederation Building|Province to offer signing bonuses to attract new doctors to Bonavista|Kirk Keeping seeks public funding for private lawyer in murder trial|MUN to reimburse more than $3 million dollars to students for missed time during faculty strike|Backstage Pass: The Navigators begin province-wide tour|Province reports seven new COVID deaths in two weeks|Fourth teenager arrested for attempted murder following attack outside St. John’s high school|NLTA voices concerns about school safety after PWC attack|Province says Hive Ransomeware behind attack on health care systems in 2021|Protesters call for 24/7 emergency care to be restored in Whitbourne|Province plans for urgent care centre in St. John’s metro area|Residents told to stay away from sea ice on beaches|Gander residents want to hold government to promise on obstetrical unit|NAPE releases concepts for new prison based on experiences of correctional workers|Corner Brook city councillor ejected from public meeting after verbal exchange with mayor|International journalists covering tourism opportunities on west coast|Armed forces winter warfare training in Labrador, Part 2|The Navigators release new album, plan new tour|On The Mark: Pedal to the metal for N.L. teens at U.S. Winter Nationals|Third teenager arrested after attack outside St. John’s high school|Man dies in ATV crash in South Dildo|Second teenager charged after attack at Prince of Wales Collegiate|Miawpukek First Nation still waiting for justice four years after Chantel John’s death|Armed forces winter warfare training in Labrador, Part 1|Community rallies around teenage victim of violent attack|Made Right Here: Academy Canada students learn to grow crops in different environments|Your Community: Easter Seals holds annual ‘paper egg’ fundraising initiative|Qalipu First Nation cuts ties with cultural foundation|Province extends gas tax reduction for another year|Vianne Timmons takes leave of absence as MUN president while committee assesses claims of Indigenous heritage|Brad Gushue wins unprecedented fifth Brier championship as skip|Victims of Cougar helicopter crash remembered 14 years later|St. Mary’s still pushing for cleanup at former fish sauce plant|Corner Brook police seek public’s help in identifying drug traffickers|Bay Roberts keeping ATV route after pilot project|Special Olympian looking ahead to summer after winter games|NLC reports increase in cannabis sales|93-year-old radio station VOAR moving to bigger facility|Two N.L. acts win Juno Awards|Our Time: Sage Paul|Driver facing several charges after fleeing from police|Team Gushue steals way into Brier final|Teenager charged with attempted murder after attack outside Prince of Wales Collegiate|Corner Brook man appears in court on attempted murder charge|Murder trial for death of Chantal John could be delayed again|Provincial budget to be released March 23 ahead of federal budget March 28|Todd Russell says NunatuKavut’s rights must be addressed before any new agreements on Churchill River|Woman protests state of health care in Bonavista|Special Olympics begin in Grand Falls-Windsor|Screech rum to get new taste|Showcasing Ukrainian culture|Places to Go: Black Cat Pizzeria|Your Community: Nevaeh’s Night|Male youth in custody after violent assault outside Prince of Wales Collegiate|Evening collision sends one person to hospital|Victim was man’s mother in St. John’s manslaughter case|Province rolling out mobile unit pilot project for ambulance service on Southern Shore|Janeway Telethon launch held in Happy Valley-Goose Bay|Tennis NL president hopes facility upgrades will lead more to follow in her footsteps|All-female cardiac surgery team encourages more women to follow their footsteps|Grand Falls-Windsor ready to host Special Olympics|Inspiring NL: Driving the message home|Your Community: Peacock Primary Ukesters|Police investigate after 16-year-old-boy assaulted at Prince of Wales Collegiate|Two men arrested after potent narcotics stolen from pharmacy in Botwood|Man charged with attempted murder in Corner Brook|Driver escapes injury after car leaves road|All-female cardiac surgery team makes waves on International Women’s Day|Charges withdrawn against man accused of interfering with Outer Battery light|Influx of dogs causes financial strain for Happy Valley-Goose Bay SPCA|Liberals raise concerns about PC MHA’s absence from district to work in Alberta|Celebrating International Women’s Day|Tennis facilities to get upgrades ahead of Canada Summer Games|Backstage Pass: Beadwork Classes|Your Community: Mokami Status of Women Council|Man charged with manslaughter more than a year after woman’s death|Boat fire closes main road in Port de Grave|Labrador woman speaks out about mother’s death while waiting for cardiac care bed|Urgent care service to be added to Whitbourne health centre after persistent ER closures|Clock ticking down to Southern Shore losing only ambulance|MUN president Vianne Timmons releases statement on Indigenous identity|Canadian Forces conduct winter warfare training in Labrador|Cain’s Quest snowmobile race cancelled because of weather conditions|Grenfell students attend entrepreneurial expo|On the Mark: Gold medal figure skater returns home to hero’s welcome|Your Community: Labrador Winter Games|Police charge teacher with assaulting student in Blaketown|Premier rings bell at London Stock Exchange as province goes to Europe for borrowing|Nuclear medicine services temporarily close for improvements in Gander|Police execute search warrant in Come by Chance refinery explosion investigation|Bonavista searching for long-term affordable housing options |St. John’s and province point fingers over who can allow ride-sharing services|Team NL returns home from Canada Winter Games|‘For Ukraine With Love’: New Pasadena microbrewery brand aims to help Ukrainian refugees|Silver Linings: Quilts of Valour Canada looking for volunteers|Made Right Here: Stained glass art|Witless Bay women mark International Women’s Day with music video|Bride dies of cancer days after wedding at Health Sciences Centre|Town tells man to stop grooming trails in Paradise|Seniors advocate reacts to recent attack in long-term care home|Cain’s Quest snowmobile race returns to Labrador|Province promises new Canning Bridge for Marystown|Team NL finishes Canada Winter Games with four medals|Elizabeth Smart shares story of kidnapping|Our Time: Unique research project looks at uses of snail mucus|Ontario man charged with swindling seniors in ‘Grandparent Scam’|Innu Nation going to mediation with province in rate mitigation dispute|Eastern Health promises no changes to service levels with new ambulance provider in Whitbourne|Gander International Airport aims to recover from losing WestJet|Newfoundland Salt Company shares flavours of province|Dawson Mercer breaks another New Jersey Devils record|Team NL’s Maddox Glover wins gold in Special Olympics figure skating at Canada Winter Games|Qalipu First Nation hopes to broaden its business interests through N.L.|Places To Go: Fat biking in Pippy Park|Your Community: Last Comic Standing|Human rights ruling states NLESD discriminated against boy who is deaf|Big turnout at Bonavista rally to protest state of health care in the region|Elizabeth Smart shares traumatic abduction story at women’s leadership conference|Opposition weighs in on shocking attack at senior’s home in Carbonear|Province announces $225 million for roads plan|Court documents raising hope that Fluorspar Mine in St. Lawrence will be back in operation|Hospitality NL holding 40th annual convention in Gander|A Whale of a Tale: Irish humpback whale spotted off Newfoundland|Music NL celebrating International Women’s Day early this year|St. John’s Status of Women Council reviewing funding approval, hoping to keep Alcohol Management Program alive|Class-action lawsuit filed against two health authorities for mammogram image reviews|C.B.S. shooting suspect pleads not guilty to almost two dozen charges|Money announced to study electrifying Metrobus fleet|Federal Conservatives targeting Long Range Mountains|$4 million announced for struggling Gander Airport|Young hockey officials wear green armbands to deal with harassment|Backstage Pass: N.L. productions nominated for Canadian Screen Awards|Your Community: 2023 Downtown Burger Battle begins|TikTok App banned for use on all N.L. government-managed mobile devices|Province reports four new COVID deaths with 14 new hospitalizations in past two weeks|Brutal attack at a senior’s home in Carbonear has family calling for change|Corner Brook RCMP officer charged with drug possession for trafficking|Province assembles team to continue ‘high-level’ talks on Churchill Falls|Municipalities NL calls on province to increase funding for small towns trying to survive|Pamela Patten elected new president of Sea-NL|Special Olympians set to compete in provincial winter games next week|Nationwide contest could mean $100,000 for White Hills Ski and Snowboard resort|Dawson Mercer sets franchise record with New Jersey Devils|Your Community: Kinky Boots|39-year-old man dead after snowmobile crash near Trout River|Grand Falls-Windsor plans tributes in memory of Gordon Pinsent|Settlement in works for dozens of school properties in Catholic church sexual abuse case|Graham Veitch receives conditional sentence for assaulting three Waterford Hospital staff|FFAW calls on Ottawa to re-open Atlantic Mackerel Fishery this year|MUN Faculty Association relieved after deal ratified with university|Deer Lake airport looking for new routes after WestJet leaves|Ottawa invests nearly $2 million to prevent gun violence in St. John’s|HSC staff make Disney-themed wedding for couple as new wife battles cancer|Made Right Here: Cupboard Up|Man facing multiple charges following evening of crime|The life and times of Gordon Pinsent|Grand Falls-Windsor remembers cherished son Gordon Pinsent|Canada remembers Gordon Pinsent|Water bomber repairs took too long, Tories say|Bridges to Hope seeing big increase in first-time users|Row 4 Heart raises $140,000 for Health Care Foundation|Our Time: Development and Peace N.L.|Collision in east end sends two to hospital|N.L. acting legend Gordon Pinsent dies at age 92|N.L. and Quebec to continue ‘high level’ talks as Legault admits Churchill Falls became bad deal over time|New data shows 752 vacant registered nurses’ positions in N.L.|MUN faculty vote to ratify new four-year collective agreement with university|Province marks one year since Russian invasion of Ukraine|Eddie Joyce calls for government to do more for people waiting for heart procedures|Tech industry receives $27 million dollar investment from Ottawa|Efforts underway in Gander to ensure no one left in the cold|Team NL trampoline athletes finish 4th at Canada Winter Games|Province unveils plans for new Cardiovascular and Stroke Institute at HSC|Auditor General raises concerns about rate mitigation and possible fraud in unnamed town|Province unveils new fiscal framework for wind-hydrogen projects|Gander and Grand Falls-Windsor both keeping obstetrics units|Pierre Poilievre meets with local groups in Deer Lake|First gold medal for Team N.L. at Canada Winter Games|Brad Gushue calls for new curling facility in west end of St. John’s|Inspiring NL: Good news stories in health care|Your Community: Blind Ice Hockey hosts ‘Try It’ program|Police charge three men after fatal collision on Peacekeepers Way last summer|Police make arrest for multiple armed robberies in metro area|Negotiations or discussions? Either way, Furey and Legault to talk Churchill Falls|Opposition parties say they’ll watch Churchill Falls talks closely to ensure transparency|Bonavista residents take matters into their own hands to address area emergency room closures|Western Health Psychiatry discontinues letter sent to patients after mental health advocates call language insensitive|Federal Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre begins tour of N.L.|Central MHA hopes to see local benefits come from proposed wind energy project|Labrador hockey team wants chance to play for provincial senior hockey’s top prize|Your Community: Quilters bringing comfort to long-term care residents in Twillingate|Backstage Pass: New music and video project from Ian Foster|Summit on Human Trafficking held by Association for New Canadians|Legault wants to discuss other potential hydro projects in Labrador|Metro area schools, post-secondary institutes closed because of deteriorating weather|Quebec premier coming to N.L. to begin renegotiating Churchill Falls contract|Eugene Manning launches PC leadership campaign|Local organization shines light on youth sexual exploitation|NLMA supports Atlantic provinces physician registry|More than 100 people displaced in Corner Brook following apartment building fire|Abigale Latoszek named 2023 Janeway Champion Child|Deadline to submit bids for wind energy projects approaching|Local start-up company raises $2.7 million round|On The Mark: Team NL hopes to get on winning track at Scotties Tournament of Hearts|Your Community: Pancake breakfast to fight homelessness|Single-vehicle crash sends two people to hospital|Atlantic premiers announce new registry to share doctors across region|CNA introducing two new programs for emerging wind-energy sector|Security measures added to two city parks to deter vandalism|Team NL arrives 2023 Canada Winter Games|FFAW calling for streamlined process for harvesters applying for Hurricane Fiona relief|Department of Transportation picks up piano on the side of Outer Ring Road|Carbonear Winter Carnival in full swing|Made Right Here: FiberLilly Quilt Shop|Your Community: Nominations open for St. John’s Applause Awards|Our Time: ‘Christmas Classic’ brings hockey players together for good cause|All NLESD busing services restored|Hundreds protest repeated emergency department closures in Whitbourne|Robert Belbin charged with second-degree murder for death of Seamus Secord|Clothing store owner calls for more police protection after thefts|Marystown residents voice concerns about closure of Canning Bridge|Leif the Lucky ends COVID hibernation as Corner Brook Winter Carnvial returns|Grand Falls-Windsor embarking on $20-million tourism plan|Dump truck overturns in late-night crash|Police make arrest in St. John’s homicide investigation|Narrowed roadway causes downtown traffic jam|Residents plan rally after repeated closures of ER in Whitbourne|Premier confident equipment breakdowns won’t jeopardize efforts to privatize Marble Mountain|Inquiry into Innu children in care wraps up first week of hearings|Encouragement from party supporters changed Jim Dinn’s mind to run for NDP leadership|Writer, educator and activist Helen Fogwill Porter dies at 92|Ukrainian mom brings her love of baking to N.L.|Your Community: Team N.L. departs for Canada Winter Games|Rabbits perish in early-morning shed fire|Jim Dinn launches campaign for NDP leadership|Fisheries union and processors agree to work together for sake of crab sector|Elizabeth Penashue gives emotional testimony at inquiry on Innu in child protection system|Trades N.L. opens offices to help Indigenous people pursuing careers|Service held to remember victims of Ocean Ranger|Health diversions taking toll on fire departments, New-Wes-Valley mayor says|Students share views on returning to class after Memorial University faculty strike|Your Community: Enjoying the snow in Pippy Park|Classes resume at MUN as faculty prepare to vote on tentative deal|Remembering the Ocean Ranger 41 years later|Innu elders tell inquiry how church and government stripped their Indigenous identities|Jim Dinn to make announcement after NDP opens leadership nominations|New group takes over helicopter rescue services in metro region|Charles Pender hired as new manager for Qalipu First Nation|Skiers welcome return of winter in central Newfoundland|NDP hopes to learn trial dates next month in court challenge of 2021 election|Backstage Pass: Battery Cafe|Your Community: Logo Unveiled for 2025 Canada Summer Games|Province reports six COVID deaths with 21 hospitalizations in previous two weeks|Schools remain closed as winter storm hits east coast for second day|Day full of cancellations and closures as winter storm hits province|Province hopes to see health care money by budget day as premiers accept federal offer|St. John’s sees economic and population growth in recent review|St. John’s enacting evening security at Bowring and Bannerman parks after vandalism|Graydon Pelley steps down as leader of NL Alliance|NLESD restores more school bus routes in metro area|No role for Ottawa in upcoming Churchill Falls renegotiation, Seamus O’Regan says|On the Mark: Hudson White heading to Illinois State University to play Division I college baseball|Holy Heart Choir spreads love through song on Valentine’s Day|Your Community: Therapeutic Recreation Month|Schools closed in metro-area as winter storm hits eastern Newfoundland|MUN students heading back to class on Wednesday|Several schools on the Avalon remain without bus service|Inquiry for Innu in child protection system begins after years of delays|Premier Furey meets with federal ministers on health care agreements|Gander fires back at Grand Falls-Windsor over obstetric services|Nurses’ union hopes new health funding will be used for retention initiatives|Bell Island fire department, town council raise alarm about poor ambulance services|Preliminary inquiry begins for alleged C.B.S. shooter Matthew Fowler|Local fundraiser leaves participants with permanent symbol for important cause|Celebration marks 10-year anniversary for Ronald McDonald House in N.L.|Made Right Here: Province’s largest producer of freeze dried candies|Update released for suspended metro-area school bus routes with subcontractor found for Mount Pearl and Paradise schools|Memorial University restarting classes Wednesday after tentative deal in faculty strike|School bus service suspended at 20 metro-area schools because of safety concerns|Tentative deal reached in Memorial University faculty strike|Family speaks out after married couple separated in long-term care system|Teacher Krysta Grimes found not guilty of sexual exploitation|Grand Falls-Windsor mayor skeptical of plans for virtual health care|Important bridge connecting Marystown closed indefinitely|Inquiry on Innu children in care to begin hearings Monday|Snowmobile races coming to Corner Brook this weekend|Andrew Parsons seeking fee reductions for Marine Atlantic|Your Community: Black History Month|Places to Go: IndiaGate|Jamestown residents face multiple firearms charges|Former N.L. teacher charged with sexual offences involving children in New Brunswick |Province launches review of long-term, personal care facilities |Radiation therapy program ‘at risk of crumbling,’ says Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists|Public meeting on health care held in Grand Falls-Windsor|Students gather outside MUN president’s office to share strike concerns|MUN Grenfell faculty brace for lengthy stalemate as strike drags on|First Voice releases 10-year plan for truth and reconciliation|EverWind Fuels CEO in Marystown to discuss future potential $8-billion wind project|Inspiring NL: 100-year-old Max Kirby walks almost a mile everyday|Opposition raising concerns about cost overruns for cost-of-living cheques|Your Community: Eddie Sheerr talks about forecasting the weather|Suspicious death in St. John’s now ruled a homicide|Man in critical condition after being struck by two vehicles while walking in Tors Cove|69-year-old man dead after being struck by school bus in Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s|St. John’s neighbourhood left shaken as police investigate death of 22-year-old man|Federal health care deal to bring extra $100 million annually for N.L.|Devil in the details for federal health care funding, opposition parties say|University and faculty association continue talks as strike reaches Day 9|Province signs memorandum of understanding with Nunavut|Search and rescue officials issue warnings about ice conditions|Community rallies to find family’s treasured items in Hurricane Fiona rubble|Interest grows for wind farms on Burin Peninsula|Your Community: 10 Years of Ronald McDonald House|St. Paul’s school in Gander evacuated as precaution during increased police presence|Police investigating suspicious death of 22-year-old man in St. John’s|Police respond to serious incident in centre of St. John’s|Furey calls Ottawa’s offer of $46 billion in new health spending good for Canadians|Contract talks restart to try to end Memorial University faculty strike|Social work students face uncertainty amid MUN faculty strike|Grand Falls-Windsor holding public meeting about future of obstetric care in central Newfoundland|Bus shelter about-face shines light on homelessness in St. John’s|Local group takes over federal hotel program for Ukrainian refugees after rooms left vacant for months|What your family needs to know on Safer Internet Day|On the Mark: Alex Newhook finds scoring touch for Colorado Avalanche|Your Community: Get Messy N.L.|Made Right Here: Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory|Canada’s premiers set to meet prime minister about health care funding|Metrobus reverses decision on removing bus shelters near Gathering Place|N.L. Hydro gets ready for more Labrador link testing after hitting record peak|Province receives report from expert panel on end of Churchill Falls contract in 2041|Activists call for end to no-fault evictions in government-run housing|Bonavista looks at temporary freeze on AirBnB applications|Springdale farmer calls for more government support of hydroponics|Your Community: High School Short Film Festival|Man arrested in Grand Falls-Windsor standoff charged after Peterview home invasion|MUNFA returning to negotiating table with university after one week on strike|Inspiring NL: Community gives back to business owner fighting cancer|Labrador battles winter blizzard, frigid temperatures|Politicians weigh in on Metrobus decision to remove bus shelter near The Gathering Place|Condolences pour in after death of actor Kevin Noble|MHA and Bonavista mayor call on province to change local hospital designation to ‘category A’|Central Health announces new doctor coming to Fogo Island in April|Labrador Health Centre home to province’s fourth breast screening site|Clarenville woman celebrates 103rd birthday|Our Time: MUN student helps to address period poverty in N.L.|NL Hydro hits record-breaking day of electricity consumption|Town of Labrador City prepares warming centre as major storm hits the Big Land|Major storm on way in Northern Labrador, cold snap across province|Hundreds rally to support striking MUNFA members in St. John’s and Corner Brook|Nurses’ union calls university’s action on nursing students unfair|Labrador City man gets five and a half years for shooting death|George Street United Church celebrates 150th anniversary|Places to Go: Arrow Addiction in Clarenville|Your Community: Paramedic helps deliver baby in back of ambulance|Police warn of whiteout conditions on TCH|Police locate missing teenage boy in St. John’s|Man taken into custody after incident in Grand Falls-Windsor|Labrador MHA calls on government to hire co-ordinator for sexual assault nurse examiners|Memorial University resuming nursing clinical rotations despite ongoing faculty strike|Court rejects injunction to stop land swap between St. John’s golf courses|Striking faculty in Corner Brook expect long job action|Local MHA hoping for City of St. John’s co-operation in Outer Battery lights dispute |Historic house in Grand Falls-Windsor awarded heritage designation |Ukrainian refugees in St. John’s express their love of homeland through music|Province expands offerings for bivalent COVID-19 vaccinations|Private ambulance workers going to Labour Relations Board to get essential services agreement|MUN holds town hall for employees who must cross picket line|Registered Nurses’ Union and student nurses join MUNFA members on picket line|Tories call for emergency debate in House to give MUNFA representation on Board of Regents|Gander and Grand Falls-Windsor lobbying to keep their obstetrical units|Chief of Qalipu First Nation takes on new role with National Assembly of First Nations |Opposition calling for more updates on health care cyberattack |Trial dates for three murder cases set in Supreme Court |Province reports seven COVID deaths with 14 hospitalizations in previous two weeks|MUNFA says support is growing for their cause after Day 2 on picket line|MUN faculty strike could affect province’s health care system, nursing students say|Premier says he’s open to amending legislation for faculty representation on Board of Regents|Education Minister John Haggie takes time off to deal with health concern|Province says 25 patients have benefited from ‘fly-in, fly-out’ cardiac catheterization|Goulds man sentenced to five years behind bars for 2020 fatal drunk driving crash|Funding announced for projects aimed at tackling gender violence in Indigenous communities|Your Community: Mural unveiled at St. John’s International Airport|Police investigate after car strikes tow truck and flips over near Tilton|Police investigate armed robberies on Northeast Avalon|MUN faculty hit picket line in first day of strike action|MUN Students’ Union shows support for faculty as strike action begins|Opposition says government missing in action on faculty strike|Hockey NL announces return of Herder championship series|RNC receiving more complaints about traffic safety around school buses|Your Community: Clarenville to hold tourism-related engagement session|Environmental group developing marine plan for Gros Morne National Park|Made Right Here: New bakery in Harbour Grace|Faculty strike begins at Memorial University|MUN faculty likely to strike at midnight as negotiations reach impasse|Southern Avalon communities fear they will soon be left without ambulance services|Province marks solemn anniversary of Quebec mosque attack|‘Go Getters’ host outreach workshop for youth on the Burin Peninsula|Our Time: Designing Athletic Gear|MUN faculty members prepare for job action as talks with administration reach impasse|Truck drivers feeling pinch as price of diesel spikes|High cost of home heating fuel especially tough on seniors|Controversial lights turned off in Outer Battery|Clock ticking down to strike deadline at Memorial University|Bethany Downer visits former school to talk about aerospace industry|Graham Veitch awaits sentencing for assaulting Waterford Hospital staff|Provincial government looking at ‘Just Transition’ legislation, minister says|West coast chef prepares for national culinary competition|Town of Conception Bay South opens new public library|Places to Go: Sharon Snow visits Natural Vibe Wellness Market|UPDATE: Missing snowmobilers found safe in Labrador|Two people dead after head-on collision on Trans-Canada Highway near Goobies|Price of diesel, home heating fuels soar overnight|Police charge 31-year old man with three arsons in St. John’s|Memorial University under fire for event at Fogo Island Inn as deadline looms for faculty strike|Tory MHA concerned with Botwood losing another family doctor|Province expands Come Home Year incentives for health care professionals|Government studying expansion of Trans-Labrador Highway|Corner Brook Winter Carnival celebrates 50 years|Food First NL unveils new mission for future|Local church opens arms to family from Ukraine|Inspiring NL: All-male crew of nurses draws social media attention|Your Community: Merging art & tech at Eastern Edge|Arson suspect sought following early-evening fire|Lisa Driscoll released from custody after appearing in court on charges of impersonating nurse|Federation of Labour wants broader discussion about labour laws after ambulance strike|Appeal hearing begins for Grand Falls-Windsor workers denied EI while locked out|Travelling Orthopaedic Team makes first surgical trip to Northern Peninsula|Mental health advocates speak out against stigma|Deer Lake Airport sees signs of bounce back from COVID pandemic|Backstage Pass: Jason Benoit leads way with ECMA nominations|Woman charged after crashing vehicle, boarding school bus and assaulting students|The Beluga has landed: Unusual cargo aircraft makes refuelling stop in St. John’s|Collision sends at least two to hospital|Private ambulance workers back on job after essential services bill signed into law|No regrets from NDP for delaying debate, as Jim Dinn says government should have acted sooner|Sheilagh O’Leary presents petition to St. John’s City Council on Outer Battery lights|Outdoor enthusiasts hope for return of winter weather|Mild winter has snowmobilers heading for higher ground|N.L. artists do well in ECMA nominations|Your Community: Canada Winter Games Rally|RNC arrests Lisa Driscoll, charges her with fraud involving falsified nursing credentials|House of Assembly passes bill to make private ambulances essential services|Trip on Maritime Link interrupts power for 31,000 customers, N.L. Hydro says|Employer rejects partial return to work as House debates essential worker legislation for private ambulances|Striking ambulance workers shift picket line to steps of Confederation Building|Another ambulance company offers to take over services affected by strike|MUN Faculty Association and university back at negotiating table|Preliminary inquiry begins for Sheldon Hibbs’ murder charge|Botwood woman sentenced to prison time for MCP fraud|Initiative to reduce food waste brings fresh food to local food banks|Silver Linings: Submissions welcome for ‘Valentines for Vets’|Made Right Here: Fabulous Gifts and Home Decor|Your Community: Single Parents Association launches new employment program|MHAs returning to House early to debate making private ambulances essential|Avalon cleans up after snow storm dumps more than 50 cm on some areas|Negotiations set to resume Monday after MUN Faculty Association gets strike mandate|Province looking for man who left mess behind in former fish sauce plant in St. Mary’s|Our Time: Snow Library helps people access snow sports equipment|Salvation Army opens warming centre in C.B.S. amid storm-related power outages|Province pulls plows off some Avalon highways because of whiteouts and zero visibility|House of Assembly to hold emergency debate Monday on private ambulance strike|Search and rescue operation launched for missing man on west coast, ATV found over cliff|Winter storm triggers closures for some Eastern Health services|Police investigate multiple reports of arson in St. John’s|Public meeting held in St. Mary’s as town grapples with revelations of toxic mess|Premier not committing to Churchill Falls negotiations just yet|N.L. Hydro launches investigation into why equipment on Labrador link keeps failing|32-year-old man arrested for trespassing, property damage in Outer Battery incident|Local biologist says bright lights have consequences for birds, as Outer Battery issue continues|Request for proposals issued to develop former Trinity Loop Amusement Park property|Newfoundland Rogues take on Raleigh Firebirds in season opener|New ‘family time park’ coming soon to Ronald McDonald House|Police confirm one man died on Bell Island after fight|Police search for missing teenager Lawrence Morgan|More than 100 rural ambulance workers walk off the job|St. Mary’s Mayor calls on government to address toxic mess in abandoned plant|MUN faculty, university to resume talks next week after strike vote|MUN students react to looming faculty strike|Damage assessment still underway in Port aux Basques following Hurricane Fiona|Death of former hockey star Todd Gillingham caused by heart failure|Local doctor says health care privatization unlikely in Newfoundland and Labrador|Quebec and N.L. eyeing future of Churchill Falls as problems persist with Labrador link|Safety inspections ongoing to determine future of 64-year-old bridge in Marystown|Winter Special Olympics organizers hope for more snow in Grand Falls-Windsor|Your Community: NSO and Kittiwake Dance join forces|Police searching for wanted man Wallace Hiscock|Police search for missing man Brandon Saunders|811 HealthLine restored, province says|Elementary school in Witless Bay closed after overnight vandalism|MUN Faculty Association votes in favour of strike|MUN Students’ Union stands with faculty during strike vote|Tony Wakeham picks up leadership endorsements from Tory caucus|NAPE calls on Furey government to oppose privatization of health care|Medical diversions causing stress to Labrador residents, says Mayor|NLTA launches campaign to highlight teacher vacancies, lack of substitute teachers in schools|PUB launches first phase of gas pricing review with consultation process|‘We should not be abandoning the public health care system to make a private system,’ Tony Wakeham says|Construction underway on multi-million-dollar expansion to Deer Lake arena|Local volunteers seek solution to personal fireworks in Grand Falls-Windsor|Backstage Pass: Paul Pope among Canadian Academy’s 2023 Special Award Honourees|Your Community: ‘Solastalgia’ coming up at the LSPU Hall|72-year-old man dead after head-on collision on Veterans Memorial Highway|Province reports two new COVID deaths, 25 new hospitalizations in first two weeks of 2023|Tony Wakeham launches second bid for PC leadership|MUN faculty members to hold strike vote Wednesday|Community food helpline closing due to limited funding and rising cost of living|Court case begins over long-standing dispute about Qalipu membership|Mild weather has snowmobile season off to slow start|Tensions in the Outer Battery continue to escalate with more lights added|On The Mark: Newfoundland Rogues begin new season this weekend|Your Community: Meals On Wheels seeking volunteers|Tony Wakeham set to announce ‘political future’ ahead of PC leadership convention|Outer Battery protesters demand action on nuisance lighting as City Council votes down motion|Closing arguments wrap up in sexual exploitation trial with verdict expected next month|David Brazil not running for PC party leadership|Hockey community mourns the death of Todd Gillingham|Paul Lane calls for more independent candidates as David Brazil looks at closer ties with federal Conservatives|Deer Lake retires Darren Langdon’s jersey|Winterton latest community to receive cell phone coverage|Silver Linings: Feel good stories on ‘Blue Monday’ 2023|Made Right Here: Western Steel Works|Your Community: Award winning actor performs hit one-man show as fundraiser|Dozens of schools closed across island due to freezing rain|Freezing rain causes power outages in central and western Newfoundland|Water warning issued for some Harbour Grace residents|Uproar in Outer Battery as historic twine loft damaged by chainsaw|Restaurants Canada seeks extension to offload single-use plastics|Real estate market could level off in 2023|Firefighters save recreational building from significant damage|RNC officer found guilty of assault suspended without pay|Complainant testifies at former teacher’s sexual exploitation trial|Two fish harvesters to launch legal challenge against FFAW election|Opposition calls for investigation into premier’s trip to John Risley’s fishing lodge|NLMA once again putting a push on family doctor recruitment|West coast cross-country ski club flourishing|Newfoundland Rogues sign Ron Artest III ahead of 2022-23 season|Places to Go: Young Studios in Joe Batt’s Arm|Changes starting Monday during construction at Health Sciences Centre emergency department|Police say 40-year-old man who died in Campbellton fire responsible for crimes|RCMP investigating sudden death on Bell Island|Premier argues recruiting reaping benefits as NLMA flags growing population without family doctor|Nurses’ union says province should fix problems at home before recruiting in Ireland|Complainant seeks to testify via CCTV at Krysta Grimes’ trial|City of St. John’s not stepping in to solve Outer Battery lighting controversy|MP Clifford Small wants discussions between Canada, Japan on state of crab markets|Tips from two mortgage brokers on navigating housing market|Teen’s dream comes true as colour commentator for Newfoundland Growlers|Your Community: Annual Mount Pearl Frosty Festival kicks off|Rural paramedics begin strike with work-to-rule campaign|Political leaders hope for quick resolution to paramedic strike action |Allied health professionals call for better recruitment and retention|RNC officer in Corner Brook convicted of assault|Trial begins for teacher accused of having sexual contact with student |Companies have until Monday to make offer on idled St. Lawrence Fluorspar Mine|Mental Health Advocates concerned about redirection of walk-in services at Waterford Hospital |Backstage Pass: Two longtime friends and fellow musicians collaborate on new album|Our Time: ‘Roboboat’ Competition|First winter storm on Avalon causes many closures|Temporary warming shelters should be available to those experiencing homelessness, says advocate|Province looking at reducing timeframe to establish squatters’ rights on Crown land|Gander mayor speaks out against continued diversion of obstetric services to Grand Falls-Windsor|5 Wing Goose Bay hosting German and Austrian armies for annual training|Downtown Safety Coalition urges members to report incidents after presentation from RNC|On The Mark: Dawson Mercer’s big Christmas gift|Metro-area schools closed ahead of snow storm|Late-evening collision sends three to hospital|One man arrested and released after death in Campbellton|Avalon Peninsula bracing for first major winter snow storm|Province announces recruitment mission for health care workers in Ireland|MUNFA to hold membership meeting tomorrow to discuss possible strike action|Tourism Minister Steve Crocker taking time off following emergency surgery|First responders in Marystown kept busy with high volume of emergency calls|Silver Linings: Tree chipping for charity|Your Community: Digital Library offered at public libraries across the province|Moose-vehicle collision on TCH sends one to hospital|First major snowfall for Avalon this winter expected Tuesday|Police concerned some cannabis users not taking impaired driving seriously enough|Financial advisor discusses post-Christmas spending hangover|Ukrainian community observes Orthodox Christmas at Basilica|RCMP investigates vehicle crash, home invasion, arson and sudden death in Campbellton|Missing teenager in St. John’s located|Road reopens in Campbellton as police investigation continues|Mount Pearl’s Zach Dean joins elite group of world junior hockey champs in N.L.|The Fables pleasantly surprised to hear ‘Heave Away’ as Team Canada’s goal song|Province starting to see a decline in reported flu cases, Dr. Janice Fitzgerald says|NLMA signs agreement for shared agenda on family medicine|Police continue investigation into home invasion in Grand Falls-Windsor this week|MUN preparing for how potential faculty strike could impact winter semester|Local and provincial partnerships needed for Corner Brook mill to weather economic storm, Kruger says|Zach Dean carries on junior hockey tradition of ‘Botwood Bullet’ grandfather|Winners employees busy restocking after massive purchase empties shelves|Your Community: Tech NL marks National Technology Day|Highly transmissible COVID subvariant XBB.1.5 confirmed in N.L.|Greg Pretty elected new president of FFAW|Hibernia pleads not guilty to charges laid in oil spill incident|Grand Falls-Windsor man awaiting sentencing after crime spree in 2021|New Centre for Research and Innovation opens in Corner Brook |Canada one win away from 20th gold medal at the World Junior Hockey Championship|Your Community: Student-driven career fair at Holy Spirit High|Police investigating home invasion involving a machete in Grand Falls-Windsor|Beaver Brook antimony mine suspending operations, throwing dozens out of work|Bell Island resident voices concerns about continued emergency room closures|Health Minister says province’s efforts to recruit health care professionals paying off|Tories raise more concerns about Liberal favouritism with Health Sciences Centre ER contract|One candidate disqualified as FFAW prepares to elect new president|Eddie Joyce returns from Christmas spent volunteering in Africa|Buddy Wasisname’s Kevin Blackmore reflects on decades-long career|Backstage Pass: Ukrainian New Year celebration on the horizon|Your Community: Light Walk ongoing in Conception Bay South|Province reports four COVID deaths over two weeks, with 24.1 per cent ‘up-to-date’ on vaccinations|Police release more details on Dunville shooting, attempted murder charges|Strike looms for paramedics in rural Newfoundland|MUN Faculty Association to make decision on strike vote next week|New leader of NL Federation of Labour looks ahead to 2023|Pouch Cove couple proud new parents of N.L.’s first-born baby of 2023|Stephenville mayor predicts biggest economic boom in 80 years for town|Town of Conception Bay South celebrates 50th anniversary|Music NL taking steps to address safety concerns of musicians when leaving events|On The Mark: Canada moves to semifinals at World Junior Hockey Championships|Your Community: How to discard your real Christmas tree|Evening collision sends several to hospital|Mother and child taken to hospital after being struck by vehicle|Well-known offender Philip Pynn back behind bars|MADD reminding everyone drive sober as New Year’s Eve approaches|What’s your 2023 New Year’s resolution?|Stay tuned for popular ‘Community Crawl’ as NTV counts down to 2023|From lifting the ban on onshore wind farms, to new jobs in tech, Andrew Parsons reflects on 2022|St. John’s Mayor Danny Breen discusses what’s in store for the capital city in 2023|Businesses react to tax increase in Grand Falls-Windsor|Bishop’s Falls town council tables balanced budget with no change to mil rate|Your Community: Choir shares traditional Ukrainian Christmas carols|Randy Druken, wrongfully convicted of murder, dies at age 57|Police tightlipped about investigation after arrests in Corner Brook area|From health care to housing, Jim Dinn looks back at 2022|Gudie Hutchings reflects on highs and lows of 2022|Ukrainian blogger shares experiences in N.L.|Nurses’ union looks back at tough year for health care in 2022|Plans in the works to boost tourism in Grand Falls-Windsor|Newfoundland Growlers’ Zach O’Brien named to 2023 ECHL All-Star Classic|Members of ‘Buddy Wasisname and the Other Fellers’ appointed to Order of Canada|Inspiring NL: Message in a Bottle|Bay Roberts RCMP investigating fire at former Lions Club in Shearstown|Happy Valley-Goose Bay adopting new electric bus system|David Brazil to make final decision on PC leadership mid-January|Pilley’s Island rallies around one of their own by building new home|Grand Falls-Windsor has new guidelines for New Year’s Eve fireworks|Opening delayed at Marble Mountain|Backstage Pass: Remembering prominent artists lost in 2022|Your Community: Personal Fireworks|Hopedale RCMP arrest impaired driver and seize liquor being sold from residence|Two men charged with attempted murder after Christmas Eve police operation in Dunville|Lark Harbour mops up from weekend flood damage|‘I wish nothing more than to be able to have a quick solution to the health care system,’ Premier Andrew Furey says in year-end interview|Medical diversions creating second health crisis for northern communities, Lela Evans says|NAPE president expects recruitment and retention to remain an issue in 2023|Managing and understanding grief during a difficult time of year|Canada falls flat in World Juniors opener, but unveils ‘Heave Away’ by The Fables as new goal song|On the Mark: A Stanley Cup and Olympic bronze, recapping a successful year in N.L. sports|Two males arrested after police operation in Dunville|Mechanical issue prevents Marine Atlantic ferry from docking in Port aux Basques|Cold and flu medicine shortage has pharmacists warning public of health risks|Long-standing lawsuits stemming from House of Assembly misconduct allegations dismissed|Mental health struggles can increase at Christmas|Shoppers rush to get last-minute Christmas gifts|Woman who impersonated nurse also served time in prison|Truck with rescue dogs from Manitoba forced to turn back|No injuries after fire destroys boat yard building in Springdale|Families concerned after learning woman impersonating nurse worked at Lakeside Homes|Advocate for passenger rights shocked by number of cancelled flights|Strike looms for rural paramedics|Local pharmacies reporting shortage of over-the-counter cold medications|It started with a horse and sleigh: Avalon Taxi celebrating 100 years in business|Inspiring NL: Local business kicks off second annual ‘Give Winter the Boot’ campaign|Newfoundland woman named CTV’s Cross Country Cake-Off champion|Industrial building on fire in Springdale|Passengers finding alternate ways to get home for Christmas after flight cancellations|Opposition calls on premier to find solution for stranded travellers|Some tax increases announced in Conception Bay South budget|Some community groups see funding cuts in Grand Falls-Windsor budget|Almost all cost-of-living relief cheques sent out, Siobhan Coady says|Remembering the CLB fire 30 years later|Eastern Health offering more flu vaccine clinics|Backstage Pass: Tibb’s Eve celebrations with Donnie Dumphy|Your Community: Labrador woman makes Christmas a little brighter for dads|Central Health releases advisory on woman impersonating registered nurse|Province reports six COVID deaths with 19 in hospital, two in ICU|Flight cancellations leave passengers with no way home in time for Christmas|More Marine Atlantic delays expected leading into the holiday season|Funding announced for mining exploration in N.L.|Province establishes Northeast Avalon Health Care Infrastructure committee|Suspect in firearms incident in C.B.S pleads not guilty to multiple criminal charges|Arrest made after violent assault in centre city of St. John’s|Town of Deer Lake installs ‘wind phone’ to help residents deal with loss of loved ones|On The Mark: Big start for NL Growlers|Heavenly Creatures holds annual Pet Food & Donation Drive|Former Rona building to become site of province’s new tech innovation centre|Environment Minister returns from COP15 convention on biodiversity|Central food bank receives record-breaking donation|Health care challenges for Labrador unacceptable, Jim Dinn says|Eastern Health closing all drive thru COVID-19 testing sites|Your Community: Waterwerks holds annual diaper drive|Woman dead following Grand Bank house fire|One hospitalized following two incidents in which pedestrians were struck|NDP MHA Lela Evans raises concerns about health diversions in Labrador|Tom Osborne responds to concerns about health care workers being mandated to work over holidays|Province to provide more information to Hurricane Fiona victims|Local advocates call on government to spread holiday cheer in more inclusive way|Winterton couple building model Christmas village for over 50 years|Happy Valley-Goose Bay mayor calls fatal plane crash devastating for community|Province reporting highest number of influenza cases in almost a decade|Recruiting and retaining health care workers health minister’s top priority for New Year|Event held to recognize women in trades in the province|12-year-old cancer survivor gives back to Ronald McDonald House|Senior Hockey returning to west coast in the new year|Your Community: Paddle Newfoundland and Labrador fills canoe with toys for Salvation Army|Sheshatshiu man charged with attempted murder|One woman dead, another injured after vehicle-pedestrian collision in Spaniard’s Bay|52-year-old Swiss man dies after plane crash in Labrador|Police not disclosing if recent shootings in Conception Bay South are linked|Central Newfoundland worried about obstetric services under one health authority|More work needed to achieve food self-sufficiency, agriculture minister says|Red Cross closing temporary office in Port Aux Basques dedicated Hurricane Fiona relief|MUN developing plan to minimize disruptions from potential faculty strike|Design concept for new ‘Come Home’ mural unveiled at The Rooms|Inspiring NL: Advocates for deaf education honoured with Human Rights Award|Your Community: Bannerman Park skating loop opens for the season|Request for wellness check upgraded to missing person case for St. John’s woman|Police investigate shots fired at residence in Conception Bay South|Police locate missing teenager in St. John’s|Two people airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after plane crash near Happy Valley-Goose Bay airport|Province launches Crown land call for bids for wind energy projects|Medical researchers concerned about low uptake for COVID booster shots|NAPE president concerned with staff shortages leading into holiday season|Restructuring at City of Mount Pearl could lead to three redundancies|Qalipu Chief believes new designation by Assembly of First Nations will give representation for regional issues|Downtown business owner concerned about proposed changes for pedestrian mall|Christmas comes early for recipient of 19th annual car giveaway at Collision Clinic|Holy Heart Chamber Choir spreading Christmas cheer with annual Carolgrams|Deep Bight man faces firearms charges after barricading himself inside house|Province reports six COVID deaths with 11 in hospital, four in ICU|RCMP confirm plane crash near Happy Valley-Goose Bay airport|Local immigration advocate stuck outside country after running into own immigration troubles|SIRT-NL lays assault charges against now retired RCMP officer|Mount Pearl City Council increasing taxes in 2023 budget|Ron Ellsworth warns about future of sports at Mary Brown’s Centre unless ticket sales rise|Justin Jennings denied bail after firearm incident in C.B.S.|Marble Mountain management optimistic about season starting before New Year|Family calls on public to give priceless gift of donating blood this holiday season|Memorial held to mark 80th anniversary of Knights of Columbus Hostel Fire|Local veterinary hospital brings first ever pet MRI to province|Police locate missing woman in St. John’s|Three sent to hospital after moose is struck by three vehicles|No mil rate changes, some fee increases in St. John’s Budget|Mount Pearl fires CUPE local president after lengthy strike|Town of Gander holds line in municipal budget|Bruce Chaulk’s term ends as chief electoral officer|Pierre Poilievre wants to expand seal hunt in N.L.|First Voice and Assembly of First Nations host First Peoples Policy Forum|NL West SPCA opens new shelter after years of planning|Atlantic Pursuit towed to recycling yard in Nova Scotia after 16 years tied up in Grand Bank|Silver Linings: NTV/OZFM Dream Tree receives record-breaking number of gifts|Your Community: Academy Canada hosts bake sale for campus food bank|Police locate missing teenager in St. John’s|Missing man in Deer Lake safely located|Lawyer waiting for word on total payout for victims of abuse by Catholic clergy|Opposition parties take aim at cost of 811 health line|Corner Brook planning for wastewater treatment facility, mayor says|Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre promises to axe carbon tax, protect hunters from Bill C-21 during N.L. visit|Province mourns death of Second World War veteran John Pinhorn|Newfoundland Growlers unveil new mascot, Buddy the Puffin Jr.|Christmas tradition continues with NTV Teddy Toss|St. John’s mayor says more work needed on maintaining heritage homes after Bryn Mawr fire|Province says 96 per cent-of-cost of living relief cheques have been sent in the mail|Country Ribbon gets government funding for new technology|Demand for services at the Gathering Place continues to grow during the holiday season|25th annual NTV Teddy Toss taking place on Saturday|Places to Go: Hickeys Greenhouses in Kelligrews in the Christmas spirit|Newfoundland getting own regional chief with Assembly of First Nations|Heritage building destroyed by overnight fire|Updated: One sent to hospital following pair of crashes Wednesday evening|Health minister defends cost of contract to operate province’s 811 Health Line|No charges laid after investigation into inappropriate photos taken of man in long-term care|Lawyer Bob Buckingham not surprised by AG’s findings on offender rehab process|Hunters concerned about proposed amendment to federal gun-control law|Association provides tips on how to cope with Christmas blues|Update on cyberattack shows more than 31,000 people need to be contacted|‘Celebrate the Season 2022 with Shanneyganock’ raises funds for Easter Seals|Inspiring NL: Daffodil Place highlights importance of giving back during the holiday season|Missing Deer Lake teenager located|Dr. Fitzgerald urges parents to get kids vaccinated against flu amid rise in pediatric illnesses|Auditor General finds Justice Department not doing enough to rehabilitate offenders from 2017-2019|Province unveils new long-term tourism strategy|NLMA wants explanation for higher costs of 811 health line|Vigil held at MUN to mark L’École Polytechnique anniversary|Two women facing fraud charges in central Newfoundland|Justin Jennings arrested in connection with firearms incident in Upper Gullies|Backstage Pass: ‘The Missus Downstairs’ season two getting lots of laughs|Your Community: ‘The House of Wooden Santas’ now on display at The Rooms|Your Community: Donations pouring in for the NTV/OZFM Salvation Army Dream Tree|Province reports one COVID death with 15 in hospital, five in ICU|Vigil honours victims of École Polytechnique shooting|Families prepare to reunite as province welcomes fourth chartered flight from Ukraine|Kilbride residents denied compensation for damage caused by post-tropical storm Earl|No change in mil rate in Corner Brook budget|Eastern Health says fewer than five routine surgeries have been cancelled so far at Janeway|New tool announced for ground search and rescue teams|Corner Brook store owner creates program to help newcomers transition into new homes|On the Mark: Alex Newhook and Dawson Mercer reach 100-game milestones in NHL|Police take man into custody after firearm incident in Conception Bay South|Woman shares struggles getting care for child as Janeway deals with overflowing emergency room|Transportation minister assess breakwater damage in Trepassey|Province launches review of statutory offices of the House after ongoing drama|Groups form coalition to deal with downtown violence|Opposition calls on government to address confusion over Crown lands|Police investigate vehicle theft in Mount Pearl|NDP say cost-of-living relief cheques not reaching most vulnerable |University Senate to discuss decision to drop Ode to Newfoundland from convocation ceremonies|Thousands turn out for Downtown St. John’s Christmas Parade|Canada takes silver at softball world championships|Collision in Mount Pearl results in no injuries|Students protest funding cuts and tuition hikes as MUN president releases annual report|MUN Faculty Association says negotiations with university at an impasse|FFAW executive endorses Greg Pretty for next union president|Conservative MP Clifford Small says government needs to do more to fight inflation|Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announces new new multi-million dollar projects|Thousands of pounds of fishing gear recovered in wake of post-tropical storm Fiona|Police arrest wanted man Craig Lynch after alleged assault on officer|Festival of Music and Lights taking place at Bowring Park on Saturday|Places to Go: Christmas in the Air|Downtown St. John’s Christmas Parade scheduled for Sunday|Some surgeries and appointments to be cancelled at Janeway because of increased ER visits|Pedestrian suffers reported minor injuries after being struck on busy downtown road|Union calling for action after six Respiratory Therapists resign from Eastern Health|Premier touts Liberal government’s accomplishments at annual fundraising dinner|Town of Paradise’s 2023 budget sees increased residential taxes|New study launched on World Aids Day will see free testing for HIV, hepatitis C and syphilis at local pharmacies|Qalipu Band reaches tentative agreement on military and RCMP members|Clutch hit leads Canada to win at World Softball Championship|Soccer fans take in Team Canada’s final game at World Cup in Qatar|New poll released by Narrative Research shows satisfaction with Furey’s government has improved|RCMP continue to investigate commercial shed break-ins in Grand Falls-Windsor|Anna’s Story: Using Ukrainian food to bridge cultures|Missing 13-year-old Amber Courtney found safe|Glenwood man dies in early morning house fire|Police search for wanted man Craig Lynch|Keith Sullivan stepping down as FFAW president|Police locate missing 13-year-old girl in St. John’s|Pedestrian struck, taken to hospital, following mid-afternoon collision|Jennifer Hillier-Penney’s disappearance remains unsolved six years later|Stephenville mayor defends free flight on John Risley’s private jet|Federation of Labour calls on province to address financial losses suffered by injured workers|Premier meets former U.K. prime minister Tony Blair at Confederation Building|Assembly of First Nations outlines details of UN declaration on rights of Indigenous peoples|Province mourns death of 100-year-old war veteran|How N.L. Hydro is preparing for winter months|Survey shows St. John’s residents less satisfied with city programs and services|Backstage Pass: Local youth theatre group staging Christmas show|10-digit dialing for local calls coming to Newfoundland and Labrador next April|Province reports five new COVID deaths with 19 in hospital, six in ICU|Vital Signs report explores climate change impacts in Newfoundland and Labrador|City of St. John’s launches new public EV charging stations|Cross-country skiers hitting the trails earlier than normal in central Newfoundland|Canadian Mental Health Association highlights resources for seasonal affective disorder|Team Canada remains undefeated at world softball championship|On the Mark: One of province’s top golfers, Ethan Efford, chasing his dream|Your Community: Local artists come together to support MUN food bank|Man charged with assault and attempting to disarm Harbour Grace RCMP officer|TCH reopens one lane east of Birchy Narrows after three tractor-trailers collide|Situation critical as Iris Kirby House at capacity|Group working to establish homeless shelter for men in Deer Lake|Breakwater in Trepassey damaged once again due to storm surge|Local fans look ahead to Canada’s final World Cup match|Rescue officials caution snowmobilers amid winter weather|Annual Mummers Festival begins with ‘Ugly Stick’ workshop|Association for New Canadians hosting toy drive for newcomers’ children|Your Community: How 211 NL can be used as a tool for newcomers|NDP MHA says says Labrador West facing labour and service crunch|Investigation continues into Trevor Hamlyn’s remains|Ukrainians gather at Basilica to observe Holodomor|Canada eliminated, but fans celebrate country’s first ever World Cup goal|Information session held on occupational disease claims at Marystown Shipyard|Two sent to hospital following night-time collisions|Cost-of-living cheques being sent to people who have died, Paul Lane says|New 40-unit affordable housing complex coming to Pleasantville|Flag raising marks start of 16 days of activism against gender-based violence|Grand Falls-Windsor shed bandits get more than they bargained for|RNC gives tips on avoiding thefts and online scams during holidays|World Antimicrobial Awareness Week draws attention to misuse of antibiotics|English School District CEO Tony Stack retiring at the end of January|Places to Go: Get ready for the holidays with Rise and Shine Nursery|North Pole Christmas Fair 2022 taking place at Jack Byrne Arena this weekend|Testing on Labrador-Island Link causes widespread power outages, delays commissioning|Immigration minister calls on Ottawa to double province’s immigration spaces for 2023|Brandon Noftall sentenced to five and a half years behind bars for stabbing stepfather to death|Labradorian in Qatar shares experience of watching Canada play at World Cup|College of Registered Nurses says province could see nurses from India licensed for work by spring|Ukrainian refugees share their love of home and song|Canada Post suspends mail delivery in Corner Brook as weather triggers multiple TCH collisions|Missing girl Madison Jerrett located|Moose-vehicle collision sends two to hospital, kills moose|Public exams cancelled for 2022-23 school year|Video of school bus slipping on icy roads raising safety concerns|Jessica McCormick elected new president of N.L. Federation of Labour|N.L. soccer fans gather to watch Canada’s return to World Cup|Department of Health arrives in India to establish recruitment desk for nurses|Impact of Colorado Springs shooting being felt by local Pride community|Backstage Pass: Rachel Cousins reflects on career, MusicNL awards|Province reports three COVID deaths with 17 in hospital, five in ICU|Federal government imposing carbon tax backstop on N.L. next July|Community groups hold forum to mark National Housing Day|More than 200 Federation of Labour members rally in downtown St. John’s|Many organizations feeling the need for donations as December approaches|On The Mark: N.L. softball players chase World Cup gold|Your Community: 14th annual Mummers Festival returns to Bowring Park Dec. 10|Rescued snowmobiler dies in hospital|Police intercept 2.7 million contraband cigarettes in traffic stop at Port aux Basques ferry terminal|NLTA renews calls for plan to recruit and retain teachers|Mary Shortall signs off as president of NL Federation of Labour|Psychiatrists deem woman accused of Atlantic Place stabbing fit to stand trial|Public Accounts Committee asks for plan from NL Hydro on AG recommendations|Roman Catholic Church property sales process almost complete, says archbishop|Two women make history as officials in St. John’s Junior Hockey League|‘Race 2 Dinner NL’ hopes to encourage honest conversations about race over a shared meal|Silver Linings: ‘Circle of Life’ program brings together seniors and babies|Food banks under pressure with food prices at 41-year high|Rally held in support of Ukrainians|Renowned psychiatrist Dr. Nizar Ladha dies at age 80|MHAs Paul and Jim Dinn remember brother on World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims |Gemma Hickey speaks about importance of Transgender Day of Remembrance|Local tech company Mysa recognized on Deloitte’s Fast 50 list|First Light kicks off 10th Spirit Song Festival|Daffodil Place Healing Garden hosts special fundraiser|Goulds home destroyed by fire|Two pedestrians sent to hospital following separate collisions|First Light St. John’s Friendship Centre receives $10 million dollars in funding to expand resources|Province calling on Ottawa to strengthen search and rescue services in Labrador|Premier defends against criticism over contract awarded to renovate HSC Emergency Department|St. John’s man sentenced to three years behind bars|MUN Grenfell campus offering more virtual class options for students|Canadian actor Art Hindle in St. John’s starring in TV series ‘Surreal Estate’|Places To Go: Christmas House opens for holiday season|Viktoriia’s Story: One woman’s journey from Ukraine to Newfoundland and Labrador|Corner Brook Status of Women Council finds majority of sexual assault survivors don’t feel supported by criminal justice system|Citizens’ Representative refuses to apologize to Chief Electoral Officer Bruce Chaulk|New track and field facilities announced for 2025 Canada Summer Games in St. John’s|42-year-old man charged with trying to force food into 17-year-old girl’s mouth|Hibernia marks 25 years of production|Environment Minister Bernard Davis takes part in world climate change conference|Inspiring NL: ‘The Last Dance’ final year for Keith Keating Memorial Tournament|Police investigate after firearms stolen from Natural Resources building on Burin Peninsula|Olivia Taylor crowned Miss Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador|Auditor General finds Nalcor executives were paid hundreds of thousands more than government peers|Province awards contract to expand emergency department at Health Sciences Centre|Province unveils compensation details to residents who lost their homes to Hurricane Fiona|Fourth charter flight planned for Ukrainian refugees|Ceremony held to remember victims of road collisions|Backstage Pass: ‘Merry & Bright’ Christmas concert|Your Community: Merry Makers Market|Province reports three COVID deaths with 13 in hospital, three in ICU|Nurses protest working conditions in Corner Brook|Marine Atlantic awards contract for new administrative building in Port aux Basques|Tom Osborne reflects on record-setting tenure as MHA|On the Mark: Kaetlyn Osmond returning to N.L. for Stars on Ice|Your Community: Spirit of Philanthropy Awards|Public Health to mail two boxes of COVID rapid tests to each household in province|Fire causes serious damage to downtown apartment|Update coming from chief medical officer as other provinces recommend masking indoors|Province stepping up recruitment of nurse practitioners|Winter arrives in central Newfoundland|‘Operation Annie’ aims to bring more rescue dogs from Winnipeg to N.L.|Our Time: Local company raises awareness about gut health|Police find no evidence of foul play in Port aux Basques sudden death|Maritime Link issue causes brief, ‘widely dispersed’ power outages: N.L. Hydro|Multiple crashes keep crews busy and send two to hospital|Port Aux Basques deals with more flooding after heavy weekend rainfall|Doctor from St. John’s makes medical history in Ottawa|Former Nain boarding school to be demolished Monday|Christmas House reopens after brief shutdown by City of St. John’s|Coca-Cola Holiday Caravan visits Bay Roberts|Local hip hop artists hold event at The Gathering Place|Collisions cause significant damage, but result in no injuries|Crowds return to Remembrance Day ceremony at National War Memorial in St. John’s|Remembrance Day ceremony takes place at new monument in Deer Lake|Remembrance Day service held on Bell Island|The story of Private John Lambert of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment|Beaconsfield Junior High students mark Remembrance Day|‘The 18’: A Come Home Year Concert of Remembrance held at Basilica|Places to Go: Arbour Restaurant in Bay Bulls|Mariia’s Journey: Ukrainian refugee finds new life in Newfoundland and Labrador|Energy Minister explains why land excluded from wind energy proposals|C.B.S. shooting suspect plans to plead not guilty|Divided views on effectiveness of Seal Summit|Province working with two unions representing health care workers on recruitment plan|City of St. John’s shuts down seasonal business ‘Christmas House’|Free concert ‘The 18’ premieres at Basilica on Remembrance Day|Part II: Does social media really get the message out?|Inspiring NL: Young boy keeping his community clean|Your Community: Fog Fest Horror Film Fest taking place at LSPU Hall|Labrador MP Yvonne Jones taking leave of absence following reoccurrence of breast cancer|Police investigate stray rifle round shot through home in Isle aux Morts|NAPE sounding alarm on shortage of radiation therapists|Province increasing capacity for orthopaedic surgeries in St. Anthony, Carbonear|Federal fisheries minister promises action on science on final day of seal summit in St. John’s|ACOA Minister holds roundtable talks in western Newfoundland|Part I: Does social media really get the message out?|Seamus O’Regan highlights measures in fall economic statement|St. John’s man charged in connection with two violent home invasions granted bail|Backstage Pass: ‘Young Folk At The Hall’ taking place in Marystown this weekend|Your Community: Airport and Autism Society join forces to ease travel fears|Province reports nine new COVID deaths with 18 in hospital, four in ICU|Lewisporte child stuck with pin after biting into Halloween chocolate bar|Gold coin found on south coast of Newfoundland may be oldest English coin ever found in Canada|Truck drivers feeling impact of massive spike in diesel prices|Report filed against Citizens’ Representative on allegations of ‘gross mismanagement’|David Brazil back in House of Assembly after near-fatal heart attack|Seal Summit kicks off in St. John’s|Central business hit by vandals over the weekend|Brothers who lost their lives in World War II honoured with memorial|Questions raised over new map of potential areas for wind development|West coast church to be converted to Airbnb|On The Mark: Brad Gushue and Team Canada claim Pan Continental men’s curling title|Your Community: Newfoundland Floral Design sets up shop in downtown St. John’s|Across the Province: The St. John’s Players present ‘The Comedy Company’|Tories raise more questions about premier’s connections to Brendan Paddick|Grand Falls-Windsor couple frustrated with new garbage regulations|Captain Canada comic book artist Danny Bulanadi passes away at 76|Province attending United Nations Climate Change Conference in Egypt|Defence seeks to have woman found not criminally responsible for stabbing RNC officer|Silver Linings: ‘King and Queen’s’ concert coming to Holy Heart Theatre|One man dead, another seriously injured after stolen ATV crashes in Mobile|Your Community: City of St. John’s hosts events for National Child Day|Kitchen fire injures resident, causes significant damage to west-end home|Food banks face rising pressures with more demand and fewer donations|Fundraiser to be held in memory of Trevor Hamlyn|Team Gushue wins Pan Continental Curling Championship|College of Nurses discusses role in recruiting|OZFM hosts radiothon for Make a Wish Canada|Happy Valley-Goose Bay residents protest for more public safety measures|Ottawa’s fall economic update includes money for Hurricane Fiona-related requests|Chief Medical Officer encouraging residents to double up on flu shot and COVID-19 booster|C.B.S. shooting suspect Matthew Fowler denied bail|Province announces new women in resource advisory council|Fire safety tips ahead of Guy Fawkes night|Places to Go: Always in Vogue celebrating 60 years in business|Your Community: Outer Cove senior hockey returns|Osborne apologizes for not sharing legislation on merging health authorities with privacy commissioner|Province sending recruitment team to India to address nursing shortage|Transportation Safety Board investigating collision between two Bell Island ferries|Douglas Snelgrove back in court for appeal of sexual assault conviction|Justice Minister apologizes to survivors of abuse in youth secure custody|Corner Brook sees record number of cruise ships in 2022|Annual Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador convention taking place in Gander this weekend|Inspiring NL: Community comes together to ensure young boy wasn’t left out of Halloween|Your Community: Sock It! For Sick Kids coming up on November 18th|Pedestrian taken to hospital following collision on Topsail Road|Police seek help identifying person who shot at Kenmount Terrace residence|Privacy commissioner, opposition parties slam rushed legislation on merging health authorities|MUN students protest first tuition hike in over 20 years|West coast students join protest against tuition hikes|Province provides more details on newly announced hospital|Backstage Pass: Rawlins Cross|Exploits MHA sounds alarm on new long-term care facility not running at full capacity|Province assesses Bell Island ferries following collision|The Ode to Newfoundland from the We Stand on Guard Again Benefit Concert|We Stand on Guard Again raises $2 million for Hurricane Fiona relief|Missing berry-picker from Chapel Arm found dead|Province reports two new deaths from COVID-19|Human remains found in Paradise identified as missing man Trevor Hamlyn|Young cyclist taken to hospital after being struck by car|Another home 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