2 hrs ago | SouthCoastToday.com
3 hrs ago | CBC News
The president of the Steelworkers' Union local at IOC is calling for occupational health and safety inspectors to be stationed in Labrador.
6 hrs ago | The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod
As damage assessments continue, LCMS Disaster Response has approved an initial $100,000 emergency grant to the Synod's Oklahoma District to meet immediate tornado-relief needs.
9 hrs ago | MacLeans
Here at Maclean's, we appreciate the written word. And we appreciate you, the reader.
13 hrs ago | Bromsgrove Advertiser
Year eight pupils from St John's Middle School, in Watt Close, took part in the school's annual careers day yesterday, . The day is designed to help youngsters nearing the end of their time at the school, and looking ahead to high school and their GCSEs.
15 hrs ago | Edinburgh Evening News
HEALTH bosses are appealing to GPs to ride to their rescue and help avert a downgrade in accident and emergency services in the region.
19 hrs ago | Western Star
Gerry Byrne held a meeting at the Pepsi Centre Thursday, May 16, 2013 to talk about the Qalipu Mi'kmaq agreement.
The Canadian Coast Guard says it has had no reported sightings of the Russian cruise ship Lyubov Orlova since March 12.
A new settlement has been reached with the Catholic lay order, the Irish Christian Brothers, that affects some 160 victims of sexual abuse at the former Mount Cashel orphanage in St.
The Canadian Coast Guard is continuing to work on managing an oil leak from a sunken bulk carrier that ran aground and sank off Fogo Island and Change Island in Notre Dame Bay in 1985.
Lady poses for a picture her new owner recently had taken by a professional photographer.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The coast guard says it will lower weighted bulk bags to seal off an oil leak from a shipwreck off Newfoundland's east coast.
Jeanie Bungay of Paradise is the 26-year-old woman charged in connection with an armed robbery at a Conception Bay South convenience store Tuesday.
Gordon Bishop, 28, says he has had a long criminal life, but that the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary has crossed the line and is harassing him.
Work on the demolition on the Carbonear offal plant began this week after being left untouched for over a decade.