Daniel MacEachern is a St. John's-based reporter and producer with CBC News. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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'Christmas miracle': Zimbabwe student's lost passport, visas found
Leonard Mawora made a public plea for help to find his passport after he accidentally left it in a bag he returned to a store. On Saturday night, that help arrived.
He thought he was a candidate for the Marijuana Party. He was wrong
When Holyrood beekeeper Brendan Quinlan started getting calls from the press, he figured his candidacy for the Marijuana Party in the Avalon riding was official.
With finances 'dire,' MusicNL scaling back operations, awards week
The interim chair of Newfoundland and Labrador's leading music trade association says its debt could send the non-profit organization into bankruptcy.
Growlers owner to make announcement Tuesday on 'the future of the team'
With the ECHL champions yet to come to a lease agreement at its current home — Mile One Centre in St. John's — Dean MacDonald has confirmed he'll make a statement soon.
Number of people who can't pay their bills growing fastest in N.L.
The director of Credit Counselling Services N.L. says "credit is the crack cocaine of the majority of Canadians" and things are going to get worse.
No paycheque, no problem: This volunteer group's goal is to get out there — and give back
A new volunteer group is calling itself the Go Getters, and they're tackling everything from litter to food drives.
Exuberant NDP celebrates 'new era' as it holds St. John's seats, and wins back Labrador West
Polls raised the possibility of the NDP being booted from the House of Assembly entirely. Instead, they gained a seat — and could hold the balance of power in a minority government.
Post-debate poll gives edge to PCs with just over a week to go
But most respondents to the Abacus Data poll say they think Dwight Ball and the Liberals will win at the ballot box.
No more mailed reminders equals more convictions for N.L. drivers
After the province stopped sending renewal notices in May 2018, convictions for expired registrations spiked.
On social media, minister's strategy is Mitchelmore, not Mitchel-less
Minister in a sou'wester? Been there, tweeted that.