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Growing number of St. John's seniors falling victim to renovictions, says housing advocate
Doug Pawson says one of the troubling trends he's seeing is the number of seniors booted from their rental units, only to find the same units posted at higher prices shortly after.
Hydrogen plant proponent looks to plug in to N.L. Hydro grid
A company looking to build hundreds of wind turbines to power a hydrogen and ammonia factory on Newfoundland's west coast is hoping to plug into the province's grid and draw up to 155 megawatts of electricity.
N.L. loses 911, other emergency phone lines for 3.5 hours overnight
RCMP in Newfoundland and Labrador say phone service has been restored for police detachments and the province’s 911 service.
Separated by thousands of kilometres, these pen pals finally met — at a wedding in Hawaii
Joy Loveys of Carbonear started writing to Hisako Suzuki of Ashikaga, Japan, in 1981 when they were both in junior high school. They stayed in touch throughout all of life's big moments. In September, they finally met in person.
This 4-year-old loves garbage trucks. So the waste company offered her a private tour
Wednesday — her street's garbage day — is Clarah Palaca's favourite day of the week.
People are sleeping in tents across from Confederation Building. Here's why
Lorraine Obed pleads guilty to manslaughter in 2021 St. John's stabbing
Barista on a bike: This Corner Brook man uses pedal power to brew up a mobile café
Here & Now | 'Tent city' hits Confederation Hill | Guilty plea to manslaughter
Port au Port wind project needs full federal assessment, not 'Dinky Toy' provincial one, says critic
This is Kathak dance — fast footwork and hoop skirts contribute to its beauty
N.L. boosting funding for home-care agencies to improve quality of care
The doggy doors at Labrador's SPCA will stay open thanks to $45K donation
Feeling the squeeze on Metrobus? The city says there's no quick fix for crowding problems
N.L. processors dumped 5 times as much crab in 2023 as they did last year
Governments must make money more accessible to meet housing demand, says Municipalities N.L. president
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