Malone Mullin is a reporter in St. John's. She previously worked at CBC Toronto and CBC Vancouver.
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Father of 21-year-old student who fell into sea at Flatrock recounts harrowing tragedy
Supul Jayasinghe, a Memorial University student and aspiring doctor, slipped off a rocky outcrop Wednesday evening while walking his dog and was carried into the open water, his father says.
Cheap homes and coastal views might draw remote workers to N.L. — but will it keep them?
Newfoundland and Labrador is riding a COVID-induced remote working wave with a new ad campaign targeting condo-dwellers across Canada. But one economist says flashy marketing alone probably won't cut it.
3 new travel-related COVID-19 cases reported in N.L., 1 day after Atlantic leaders pop bubble
The four Atlantic provinces aren't opening their borders to each other yet, the premiers' council announced Tuesday night, citing the desire to gain control over localized outbreaks.
NDP leader's court challenge demands election results be tossed out
Alison Coffin and a St. John's voter filed a joint application against the electoral chief Monday, asking the Supreme Court to void last month's results and order a new election. The challenge claims the agency repeatedly broke the law in its handling of the voting process.
Liberals claim slim majority in Newfoundland and Labrador, as voters tap Furey to lead
The Liberal Party has the people’s approval to form the next government of Newfoundland and Labrador, winning 22 of 40 seats after 10 weeks of electoral tumult.
This N.L. teen wanted to cheer up a retirement home. So she wrote letters — 124 of them
Allison Young, 13, didn't want any of the residents to feel left out of her kindness project, so got busy writing.
'People need to know': These women say anti-Asian racism hasn't spared diaspora in N.L.
Last week's shooting in Atlanta left eight dead, including six Asian-American women. It's only added to the grief and anxiety felt by the Asian community in the province.
The N.L. real estate market is red-hot — and nobody seems to know why
Low mortgage rates? Expats moving home? These are some theories that could explain why housing sales have hit a 10-year high, despite the province's bleak economic outlook.
Lockdown loosens in N.L., as province reports no new cases for first time in 5 weeks
The Avalon Peninsula will relax some public health restrictions after almost a month in lockdown, Newfoundland and Labrador's chief medical officer of health said Wednesday.
COVID-19 case reported in St. Anthony hospital, as provincial caseload declines
As the Northern Peninsula enters Alert Level 4, the regional health authority says it has detected one case of the illness among its staff.