Bay Roberts woman pays it forward with wedding dress
SPCA animals in Gander and Grand Falls-Windsor waiting for loving homes
Going the extra mile
Twillingate Unscripted Festival takes to the beach
Pam Frampton: Islamophobia, made right here
We can all make a difference
Betty Clarke looking forward to leading Lewisporte Town Council
A final resting place for Gerald Squires
Russell Wangersky: No excuses
Cape Breton Post
RCMP looking for missing Clarenville man last seen in Arnold’s Cove
Facts laid out in events leading up to Hannah Thorne's death
Pete Soucy confirms ‘bold step’ decision to seek Liberal nomination in Bonavista-Burin-Trinity
Man charged with using firearm to hold woman against her will
Gould consents to remain in custody until September
George Murphy looks into his crystal barrel and sees a drop in fuel prices
Man arrested for being unlawfully in Trout River home
During the early morning hours the Rocky Harbour RCMP received a complaint of a person being unlawfully in a home in Trout River Police responded and arrested the man. He’s been charged with being unlawfully in a dwelling, breach of ...
Motorbike seized from suspended driver
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary stopped the 58-year-old male driver for operating without a helmet around 5 p.m. on Mogridge Street.The RNC said it was determined that the operator was suspended from driving, had no insurance and the bike was ...
Union boss says N.L. government hasn’t asked for a meeting on contract talks
Dornan was brought in by the government along with law firm McInnes Cooper to help with public sector contract negotiations back in April, and on Wednesday, the Department of Finance confirmed that she is no longer in the picture. “As of the end of ...
Newfoundland artist Dawn Baker releases first adult colouring book; new children’s book
She recently released her first adult colouring book, “Colouring Newfoundland and Labrador.” It was a labour of love that took Baker over four months to complete. “I drew every picture by hand and worked on it seven days a week, from before Christmas ...
Seeking solutions for unemployed Clarenville shrimp plant workers
Clarenville Mayor Frazer Russell.Russell told The Packet there is a need for the town to meet with representatives from the provincial government and fish plant management to discuss the current situation for local workers. “Obviously, we are ...
Iconic Twillingate venue helps community embrace cultural tourism
Operated by the North East Church Heritage Association Inc., the Centre, which is the former South Side United Church building, provides a venue for the performing arts, cultural events and visitor experiences in Twillingate, one of the most visited ...
Early start to the tourism season
“From what I can gather, we have seen our bookings more than double for June. Last year, we got off to a gradual start and it built towards July but, this year, it’s been busy from the first day or June right to the last,” Wayne Hallett said. Hallett ...
Accused murderer makes court appearance
Chesley (CJ) Lucas is led into provincial court in St. John's Thursday. Lucas is the fourth man charged in the connection with the murder of Steven Miller, who was found dead in a C.B.S. driveway last week.Lucas, who was arrested in Halifax Tuesday ...
<strong>Greg Mercer officially named chief of staff for premier</strong>
Dwight BallMercer has moved into the role from his previous position of senior strategist effective immediately. There had been speculation even before previous chief of staff, longtime Liberal Kelvin Parsons left the position in July that Mercer — ...
Bay L’Argent man facing child porn charges
According to a news release from the RCMP, the charges were laid following a search of a residence in Bay L’Argent last week. The Integrated Child Exploitation branch of the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit started an investigation into ...