Ariana Kelland is a reporter with the CBC Newfoundland and Labrador bureau in St. John's.
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With closest grocery store 55 km away, this community is embracing food sustainability
No fresh food? A small community on the south coast is tackling it one vegetable at a time.
Ches Crosbie is not talking — neither is Dwight Ball. But this MHA is back to work
The day after a historic election, here's what some politicians are doing.
High stakes and key political battlegrounds: These are the races to watch
The NDP hopes its leader can enter the legislature while incumbents prepare for stiff competition.
NDP pushes promises for women — without specifics on spending — as election nears
Flanked by candidates, NDP Leader Alison Coffin makes wide-ranging promises involving women but is mum on where the money will come from.
'Go right ahead,' says Dwight Ball after Dale Kirby requests investigation into ticket controversy
Ousted Liberal minister Dale Kirby is requesting a formal investigation into the conduct of Dwight Ball and a number of MHAs who attended Kaetlyn Osmond's skating show last year, according to a letter obtained by CBC News.
How a Liberal candidate was born on the 'bright blue sea'
A Mother's Day story from the election campaign trail.
Police alerted after unwanted guest attends Hasan Hai's Liberal HQ
"There's a lot of big problems I want to tackle this province and I won't let that stop me," Hasan Hai says.
PC hopeful skirts questions on values after fellow Labrador candidate axed
Derick Sharron, a Pentecostal pastor, says he would fight for everyone in his district.
PC Bill Matthews 'rises again,' insists he will take Burin-Grand Bank
Meanwhile, the incumbent Liberal candidate Carol Anne Haley is confident in getting re-elected as she touts district accomplishments.
Liberal campaign's $5M arts funding commitment draws mixed reaction
The Liberal Party is promising to meet the demands of artists who campaigned to increase funding leading up to Budget 2019.
Liberals hope to pick up seat with premier's assistant on Newfoundland's south coast
Red campaign signs in Seal Cove largely turn to blue signs in Pool's Cove, as the PCs and Liberals battle it out for the district.
Beer truck accident highlights need for rural cell coverage
The Liberal Party has promised to improve cell phone service on the highway, where coverage is spotty, if they are re-elected.
Just 2 candidates square off in Harbour Grace-Port de Grave rematch
Pam Parsons and Glenn Littlejohn have sat in the legislature before, giving voters the chance to base their decision on the candidates' political records.
PC candidate loses dozens of election signs to vandals
Is it time to do away with election signs?
There are 3 sets of siblings running in the Newfoundland and Labrador election
The Crosbies, the Dinns and the Osbornes make three … but not all siblings are running for the same party.