Saturday Nov 30
Kashayla-Mahri McDonald, 8, overcomes ADHD, now an author
Kashayla-Mahri McDonald will launch her book, The Ginormous Strawberry, at the Daily Grind Cafe in Grand Falls-Windsor on Sunday.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Mill can begin drawing on loan: Dunderdale
Premier Kathy Dunderdale says Corner Brook is moving forward "with confidence and strength" as the hub of the province's forestry industry.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Newfoundland father and son die in Alberta crash
People in Grand Falls-Windsor are mourning the loss of a father and son who were killed in Alberta last Friday.
Joint council advocating improvements to Millertown Road
BURGEO On behalf of the South West Coast Joint Council, chairman Peter Fenwick has expressed concern about the deteriorating state of a road that connects the Burgeo highway to Millertown.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Deer Lake RCMP detachment switching to auto attendant phone system
DEER LAKE The Royal Canadian Mounted Police detachment in Deer Lake will have a new auto attendant phone system installed on Dec. 3. The system is being installed to ensure emergency and high-priority calls are answered first by the RCMP Operational Communications Centre .
Free LED Christmas lights for isolated communities
Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro wants all to be calm and all to be bright in the province's isolated, diesel-powered communities this holiday season, offering free sets of LED lights in exchange for strings of incandescent bulbs.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Arrest made in Grand Falls-Windsor armed robbery
RCMP in Grand Falls-Windsor arrested and charged a 43-year-old man in connection to an armed robbery on Friday.
Reserve soldiers get realistic combat training experience
Pte. Adam Pope of 2nd Battalion of The Royal Newfoundland Regiment pauses during a fighting patrol while participating in "Exercise Sand Bag" during a weekend training event in the Deer Lake area.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Blustery storm sweeps into Newfoundland
High winds and snow teamed up to close schools and knock out power in parts of Newfoundland Wednesday morning, as a storm disrupted ferries and other parts of daily life.
MHA - Shints pellet plant company coming to central
Liberal MHA Eddie Joyce seems to know about something going on with the Abitibi mill in Grand Falls-Windsor, but he could not get a clear answer in the House of Assembly.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
EU memo says N.L. fish will help European processors
The European Union says it wants to do more with Newfoundland and Labrador fish than just eat it - it wants to use it to help fuel its seafood processing industry.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
N.L.'s newest power assets covered by regulatory exemption
Under a new provincial government order, the Public Utilities Board will not be granted oversight powers for anything to do with hydroelectric assets at four locations, including those associated with the former Abitibi paper mill in central Newfoundland.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
RCMP officer says there are biker gangs in western Newfoundland
According to Supt. Paula SDowden, the group is the only one of the major motorcycle gangs known to be immersed in organized crime that currently exists in the western Newfoundland city.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Hawkins assumes VP position for Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador
He's already mayor of Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland and Labrador's director on the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, a member of Nalcor's board of directors, and provincial president of the Alzheimer's Society - now Al Hawkins can add another title to that list.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Salmon Fest nets $180,000 for Grand Falls-Windsor
After four months, the numbers for the 2013 Exploits Valley Salmon Festival are finally in, and the bottom line suggests it was a great year for the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Amelia Curran, Ennis score at MusicNL awards in Gander
Curran won female artist of the year for her album Spectators, songwriter of the year for her song Years and folk-roots artist of the year.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
Stolen mini-excavator found in woods near Clarenville
A piece of machinery that was reported stolen from a business in Grand Falls-Windsor last week has been recovered.
Sat Nov 09, 2013
Cardiac patients to benefit from new equipment
Central Health has acquired a highly-specialized piece of equipment that cools the body temperature of a cardiac patient.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
Information on OHS cases not easily accessible
A charge laid against a company or supervisor under the Occupational Health and Safetya S Act is not the final step in preventing future accidents.