Stephanie Kinsella works with CBC's bureau in St. John's.
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'Two souls together': St. John's elderly couple fears separation in long-term care
While one elderly St. John's couple fears a possible separation in long-term care, another family nearby has already gone through this scenario. They ask for solutions, such as a policy similar to Nova Scotia's, which enables couples to stay together once they enter a provincial facility.
Mandatory masks for N.L. coming back at midnight tonight
The provincewide mask mandate is returning, just over five weeks after it was dropped. It means masks will need to be worn in schools for certain grades and in dozen of indoor spaces.
Alison Coffin loses seat, calls pandemic election 'dark day in our history'
NDP Leader Alison Coffin lost St. Johns East-Quidi Vidi to Liberal John Abbott by just 53 votes. "Our democratic sensibilities have been assailed amid a pandemic. We have the lowest voter turnout ever," she said, referencing a 48 per cent result.
Reunion in April? N.L. premier says Atlantic bubble could be back
Premier Andrew Furey will be part of a discussion Wednesday night along with premiers Blaine Higgs, Iain Rankin and Dennis King to talk about restarting the Atlantic bubble, which allows people to travel between the four provinces without self-isolating.
Human remains found in Belgium in 2016 identified as Newfoundland Regiment member
The remains of a member of the Newfoundland Regiment, discovered four years ago in Belgium, have been identified as Pte. John Lambert, who was 17 years old when he died in battle 103 years ago.
$75K donation gives Fluvarium some breathing room
The Fluvarium Foundation now has time to find more sponsorship, after the sale of a Mary Pratt painting and a donation from Elinor Gill Ratcliffe.
Paul Reynolds Centre pool closed again — this time because of mechanical issue
The pool shut down May 10, thanks to a problem with the air exchange.
Here are the results of the $1M N.L. economic diversification report
The wide-ranging report was worth the cost, insists Finance Minister Tom Osborne.
In a single week, just under $339M worth of Liberal pre-election announcements
It's raining promises, and spending.
It's almost official, as Dwight Ball narrows election window
PC Leader Ches Crosbie has his own theories why the premier wants an election sooner than later.