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Newfoundland and Labrador Housing cuts 14 management jobs
The Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation (NLHC) is cutting 14 management positions it announced Thursday. NLHC says this allows them to be more efficient in managing the day-to-day operations and will result in a $1.4 million savings for ...
Snow in the forecast for central Newfoundland today
Central Newfoundland is forecast to receive for some snow for today. Environment Canada issued a special weather statement Wednesday evening for the region. It included Terra Nova, Gander and vicinity, Bonavista North, Bay of Exploits, Grand ...
Baie Verte faced with multi-million dollar sewage treatment challenge
BAIE VERTE, NL — When it comes to addressing its sewage outfall problem, the Town of Baie Verte is up a certain type of creek without a paddle, according to its mayor. Brandon Philpott says the town is faced with the challenge of complying ...
Leading Tickles fights school closure
LEADING TICKLES, NL – While final word on whether their school will stay open will come after Feb. 3, parents in Leading Tickles have made their case for its importance. “There were things last night that ...
Man gets house arrest for biting Corner Brook corrections officer
A Corner Brook man who bit a corrections officer in December 2016 has been sentenced to a four-month conditional sentence. William (Billy) Woolridge, 44, was being processed by corrections officers at the Corner Brook lockup when the incident ...
Newfoundland man charged with 20 sex crimes against children pleads not guilty
Less than a month ago, convicted child sex offender Chris Snow sat in the dock in Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court Room No. 4 in St. John’s and wept as the judge sent him to prison for 10 years. Monday morning, Chris Snow’s son, ...
Eastern Health warning of mumps increase in eastern Newfoundland
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Residents in eastern Newfoundland are being advised to protect themselves after an increase in cases of parotitis and mumps. According to Eastern Health, there have been 19 cases of parotitis reported by physicians in ...
DFO rep says agenda for meetings to be determined by fishers
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL — There’s nothing to restrict fishers from talking about issues they have regarding fisheries management, rules and regulations at upcoming meetings scheduled by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO). DFO ...
Corner Brook declares state of emergency because of flooding
Corner Brook Mayor Jim Parsons has declared a state of emergency in the city. Parsons made the declaration late Saturday afternoon as city and provincial government crews deal with heavy rainfall and snow melting, infrastructure damage, and an ...
Labrador Straits family unhappy with how mother was discharged from St. Anthony hospital
FORTEAU, NL. – A Labrador Straits family are questioning why better services weren’t provided to send their ill 88-year-old mother from St. Anthony hospital back home to Forteau. On Dec. 7, Evelyn Saulter suffered a heart attack and ...